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Clamp Anything from Grocery Bags to Computer Cables with FishClip™ #giveaway

All around the house we have bags that have been opened and need to be closed.  Twist ties are flimsy, paper wrapped wire that is time consuming to twist closed and re-twist the opposite way to open.

Now with FishClip™ you can quickly close and secure any grocery bag to keep the contents fresh and spill-proof.


Other bag clips can seal bags that do not need to be twisted closed.  The FishClip™ can seal bags that are folded & twisted closed and can cinch around the bag easily with only 1 hand!


Simply pull the fins back to create the desired tightness and push the button for easy release.  Because FishClip™ uses a “grab and squeeze” mechanism and not a spring, FishClip™ can get a tighter seal on bags keeping food fresh longer!  The FishClip™ also has a magnetic back so that they an be stored anywhere – from your dishwasher or fridge front for easy access, to your file cabinet at work.

Not only can FishClip™ be used to close chips, coffee, frozen food bags and more, they can also be used to secure wrapped up cables, lunch bags or just to decorate your dishes or table.

FishClip™ was designed by Joel, who has a 14 year background in toys – which is evident in this colorful, playful design.  Your kids will love using FishClip™ too!


3 lucky US Mommy Moment readers will WIN 2 packages of 3 FishClip™ (pictured below)

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Tuesday 3rd of December 2013

nice!! one of the many tips very usable in managing computer cables. my blog is about it.

Penny B W

Sunday 5th of August 2012

I would use the clips for clipping bags shut such as chips, cotton balls, etc.


Friday 3rd of August 2012

I hate mixing up my drinks with other people...I would definately use it on cups!!!

Happy Chinadoll

Monday 23rd of July 2012

chip bags


Friday 20th of July 2012

I think I would clamp bags (cereal/chips etc)