The need for a brilliant branded buoyancy device must have struck a chord, because we still get emails in response, months later, admitting to similar near-misses and ordering floating key-ring savers just in case there’s a next time.
It seems that we’re not the only ones with a clumsy streak. Everyone is afflicted with hapless butterfingers when it comes to liquids, and we hear regular tales of things dropped overboard, coffee spilt on keyboards and rain-soaked damage.
So by way of public service here are a couple more ideas that might help turn the tide of this maladroit and destructive aquatic epidemic. Imagine the gratitude and relief that your logo will inspire on these essentials for the blunderingly accident-prone.
Helpfully, one of our suppliers has even done some short and wonderfully dry videos showing – in case you can’t imagine – how these useful gizmos actually work.
Dry bags. Bags that keep things dry. Any questions?
The saving grace of a sticky bottom.
A travel cup with, not only a proper water/coffee/tea tight sealed lid, but also a sucker on the bottom. Look at her – she can’t even push it over using all of her might. You know your clients will love you forever if you give them these calamity preventers in the fetching colour of your choice.
Speaking of liquids and bottoms, don’t forget the ultra-smart solution that some very bright scientists came up with to counter their problem of damp bums – rain-proof saddle covers. Forget the plastic shopping bag, these seat-savers are the cyclist’s best friend.