03. 18. 2007
Endo Magnetic Clip -- clip anything to your refrigerator
It's interesting to see what people clip onto the front of their refrigerators (sometimes, I've discovered, quite private notes -- oops). I'm not very sentimental, at least not in my use of appliances as a display board, so I don't generally have family photos or cute drawings made by my friends' children on my fridge. But a refrigerator door is an ideal place to attach things that you can't forget, since most people open their refrigerators at least a dozen times a day. Most of the things I want to remember, though, exceed the weight limit of even the biggest magnet I own (for instance, that bag of DVDs I keep forgetting to return, my dry-cleaning, someone's wallet that was left at my house).
The Endo Magnet Clip, "the one-piece all-purpose silicone magnet with springy clipping action," holds a full pound of stuff, so as the photo suggests, can hold a shoe, an iPod, a package, anything within this weight limit. The Endo is a "solid mass of neodymium, silicone and steel," with no springs or coils or internal moving parts. It comes in yellow, white, red or green in packs of 3 for $9.99 or a jumbo pack of 25 for $74.99 (but what would you do with 25 of these?).