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I'm always happy when my review assignments include a traditional favorite - Strap Perfect. When Strap Perfect came onto the scene in circa 2008, it was one of those products that was so simple it was genius. Almost too simple. It made us wonder: "Why can't a paperclip do the same?" In fact if you go reviewing the only real question you get when you look for Strap Perfect review is why a paperclip wouldn't do the same job.
According to StrapPerfect.com, Strap Perfect claims the following features:
- Get A Beautiful Instant Boost To Your Silhouette
- Custom Fit That Flatters You in Any Outfit
- Wear Under Dresses, Sweaters, Blouses or T-Shirts
- Give Your Cleavage A Firm, Youthful Lift
As one of the staff members pointed out, you also do n't have to worry about that stuffing issue if you have one of those more intimate nights out.
But, what have the natives said?
Order Process: Given the fact the product has been around near 3 years at the time of this review, we were surprised at what little we found regarding the order process. So far, it's relatively clean. We found one Complaint but it didn't seem to get much traction (nobody commented and agreed) so we're not even linking to it.
Product Performance: The question isn't whether or not Strap Perfect works. The question usually is, as mentioned before, " why not use a paperclip? "
Our crack staff mulled this question over. Here's what we thought: though a paperclip would work, especially in the short term, the Strap Perfect offers a softer, smoother surface for the straps to rest on. Using a paper clip when the straps are extra tight runs the risk of pinching and hurting the strap's fabric.
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