Price: $10 - set of three stringers, 2 for 1. $6.99 S&H - for each package. Free - 12-pack of replacement drawstrings.
Ez Stringer made it's way onto PitchMen Season 2, Episode 4, "New Guns in Town." Though there isn't a gun in the episode, there were a lot of inventors at the Anthony Sullivan-hosted pitch-a-thon at the Home & Housewares show in Chicago. One of the inventors was Noelle (spelling?) Ross. She was invited by DJ Kennedy to attend. When she gave her pitch to the panel of Sully, Kennedy & TELEBrands CEO AJ Khubani, the panel was split. Kennedy Loved it. Sully was on the fence but saw potential. AJ didn't think the appeal was wide enough. They turned her down.
But according to the episode, Sully couldn't get the little string product out of his head, so he called Mrs. Ross down to Tampa Bay to Sullivan Productions to talk further. After debating and testing, Sully rolled the dice on the project. Now we're reviewing it.
What Sully eventually realized (according to the show) was the the product paid for itself the moment it one of the EZ Stringers was used. Mrs. Ross pointed out that with the stringer, people would be able to color coordinate their draw strings with their outfit (like shoelaces). Sully liked her presence (and look) so much he had her pitch the product initially.
According to EZStringer.com, EZ Stringer is the "fastest, easiest way to replace any drawstring guaranteed!"
The tagline: "Why replace it when you can re-lace it?"
EZ Stringer also comes with a 30-day money back guarantee (I"m guessing that doesn't include shipping).
Complaints? What Complaints? We no need no stinkin' complaints...
Well, actually, we joke because we couldn't find any as of yet. The simple products are always the best because there isn't much that can go wrong with them.
The only thing about them is that they take a little practice.
Now, when I finally can fit back into my old hoodies, I can put the strings back in them.
Let us know. We'd like to hear it!
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