Friday, September 16, 2016


Okay, so I know you must know somebody who wears a suit to work every day or shirts with collars I want to tell you about CLEVERFIT is the world’s first precision fit adjustable collar stay. Its unique patented design provides an innovative solution to end decades of frustration. CLEVERFIT quick size and capabilities illuminates the need for keeping up with multiple sets of fixed might stays. Engineering crafted in stainless steel, the CLEVERFIT collar stay provides a superior alternative to plastic collar stays which can deform, warp and even break with use. The way it works is put in the power of just ability at the user’s fingertips simply hold in one hand and applied light directional pressure between the thumb in forefingers to extend or retract. CLEVERFIT’s Universal size in feature offers two modes of use to ensure the proper fit for everyday wear, as well as an extra firm and capability for more demanding occasions. The two modes are Collar support mode and collar stabilizer mode.
My Opinion: I found these very easy to use and adjust accordingly to the length you wanted it I do like that it comes in its own carrying case and comes as a set of four that is ergonomic and custom. I found it easier to take out then retract back in.

The CLEVERFIT Story Inventing and developing The CLEVERFIT Adjustable Collar Stay was one of the most amazing and challenging journeys of my life. As an engineer and entrepreneur, I’ve always dreamed of creating innovative ideas that help simplify everyday tasks, save us time and make our experiences more rewarding. For me, the CLEVERFIT “Aha Moment” happened on an early morning several years ago, when reaching for my stack of assorted fixed size stays, I inadvertently scattered them on the closet floor. While crawling around collecting them, I thought, “Wow there has to be a better way to get a proper looking shirt collar, than wasting time searching through this cluttered pile of inferior tiny plastic strips every day.”
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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