Instructions: Wrap the band around desired item and secure the button at one end into one of three holes. Secure end with loop. Two or more bands may be joined to create longer strap. After wearing clothing, flip the loop from + to - to indicate the clothing is no longer clean
Each band features a loop to secure the end and mark with +/- sign to indicate clean/soiled clothing
Silicone material is UV, heat, and cold resistant and will not snag clothing
Great for general organizing such as packing clothing, organizing cords, and closing chip bags
Please note: This is not a toy, the small loop may be a choking hazard. Do not over stretch
Made in China
Six reusable silicone organization bands: two 9", two 12", and two 15"
Organize, wrap, and corral with packing bands that can help out with many jobs. This set of durable and stretchy silicone bands comes with two of each different size. The bands can be linked to work together, or secure one to itself—there’s no metal parts to cause any scratches or snags. A band fits the bill for tasks like keeping clothes tidy in luggage (there’s even indicators for clean and dirty laundry), sealing open bags in the pantry and more.
Mom-and-son team Martha Spelman and Pete Evenson DIY-ed their own packing band solution by using rubber bands to keep clothes neatly rolled and organized on trips. When they forgot the rubber bands en route to Hawaii, they decided they could make a better, more durable version to keep luggage in check and to do many other jobs, too.
Packbands are made of slightly-stretchy and flexible silicone, so they can adapt to the task at hand—make that, many tasks. Corralling cords, sealing up open chip bags, wrapping up a yoga mat, and organizing clothes are just a few of the ways Packbands can help keep your stuff in check. A plus and minus stamp on the band is a handy way to keep track of dirty and clean clothes when you’re traveling, and a loop secures the band or lets you connect a few together to wrap around larger items. From trips to staying organized around the house, the uses for Packbands are (almost) endless.