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Tiedown, the Alternative to Tie Tacks and Tie Bars


List Price: $4.99
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  • 100% post consumer recycled plastic
  • Keeps your neckwear flush with your shirt, and out of your way.
  • The Tiedown is the classy yet invisible solution to your necktie problems.
  • Made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic
  • The affordable and elegant, eco-friendly solution.
  • Perfect. Simple. Discreet. And best of all CHEAP!

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Product Description

Are you tired of your necktie falling into your food when you lean over a table? Have you ever gotten toothpaste on your tie when brushing your teeth before running out the door? How about constantly adjusting your necktie to keep it in place on a windy day, or in an attempt to hide that unruly tie tail? Ever look down and discover that your tie has wandered away from the center of your shirt? Fix it with the Tiedown, a simple solution for your necktie fashion foibles. The Tiedown will save you from all the stains and inconvenience of everyday life without leaving holes in an expensive necktie (like tie pins do), or flashing a lot of corny/gaudy metal as some tie bars do. The Tiedown is the classy yet invisible solution to your necktie problems. Made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic, the Tiedown will fit any shirt's buttons and strap down your beautiful tie through the horizontal brand label on the back, hiding your tie tail, centering your tie and sharpening your look. It's simple and easy to use, just follow the pictures below. So, how does it work? First tie your necktie, then take a look at where the horizontal label on the back of your tie lies against the front of your shirt. 99.9% of the time the tie tag is between two of the buttons on the front of your shirt. Fasten the Tiedown between those same two buttons, start by putting the top button through the button hole on the Tiedown, then thread the Tiedown through the horizontal tie-tag on the back of your tie. Finish by fastening the bottom button hole of the Tiedown onto the lower button on the front of your shirt. Now your necktie is securely held flush against the front of your shirt. No more drooping into your soup when you stand to greet a colleague across the table, or flapping over your shoulder on a windy day. No more straying from the centerline. Perfect. Simple. Discreet. And best of all CHEAP! Ordering 4 or more? Choose from our ValuePacks and save on shipping! http://bit.ly/4pCADD

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,889 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Probably great if you are active and have a job that requires a tie.
    Jeffrey Easley
    I would give 5 stars with the material were a little stronger, but for 2 bucks it seems to be disposable after few uses.
    Douglas W. Decampos
    This is a very simple trick to keep your tie in place without the use of a tie stays.
    Pixelshader

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Siddharth Lakhkar on March 25, 2006
    I love these tie downs. I use them everyday and feel lost without them. They're very strong. My one has lasted me for 5 months. Thanks.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By T. E. Carr on January 26, 2008
    These tiedowns work great, are completely invisible when worn, and are just fantastic. One great thing about them is that you can unbutton your top button and loosen your tie a bit, say after work, and the nature of the tiedown lets the tie loosen without binding as it would with a tie tack. The plastic ones are fairly indestructible and last forever.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. Lefever on January 13, 2008
    I gave these tiedowns to my husband for Christmas and he has been wearing them everyday since. I will admit that they are very expensive for a piece of plastic with slits in it but we really do like the product! I think the company should charge less for shipping....it just comes attached to a piece of paper in a regular envelope.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eclecticism on January 21, 2012
    This product is working fine for me. No bunching, invisible, has yet to come undone. I really wonder if it will last long before tearing, though. I bent it slightly the first time I took it off. It's definitely worth a flyer, especially if you buy it from the site instead of through Amazon. Through [...], the cost of shipping is $1.88; through Amazon it was over $3. So, order through the site, treat it gently, and hope for the best. The product came to me quickly and the site's online shopping tool worked well.

    ***Update. I stand by my four-star review. My first Tiedown tore just the other day, giving the product a two-month lifespan. I think I was a bit rough on it, as it took me a few days to get the feel of taking it off gently. And I was sufficiently pleased with the product that I ordered a three-pack a couple of weeks before my first Tiedown went to the great beyond. The only other thing I'll mention that I haven't seen in reviews so far is this: If the short end of your tie does not reach the tie's loop, Tiedown will not work well. In other words, the tie must go through the loop so that Tiedown can secure it. That could be an issue if you are on the verge of needing a long tie so that the wider end descends to the belt buckle, like it should. I am a tall person and I need a long tie. I have several regular ties, though. When I wear them, it is touch and go whether I can use Tiedown that day.
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    21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Asad Abidi on May 20, 2007
    Yes, this is a tasteful replacement for a tie clip. But ultimately it is only a cleverly designed piece of plastic, that I received in the mail taped to a sheet of paper. There is no reason that it should be sent as certified mail; I had to make a special trip to the post office to pick it up. Ordinary first-class mailing will do, and is good reason that the distributor should lower the presently disproportionate shipping price.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scottie on April 5, 2014
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    The Tie down works well the product itself is a good idea.
    I received it quickly shipping cost more than I spent on the tie down.
    I thought I would receive more than one, but I didn't.
    Would I buy this again??? NO. If I go three at the same price the maybe. You know the markup on one of these at this $3.00 price is a huge mark up for a piece of plastic with holes in each end. Good idea not a good value.
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    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia A. Denny on March 5, 2007
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    (March 5, 2007)
    For the cost--I thought--might as well try this gadget--there's no real financial investment, so if it looks or behaves goofy, i'll just toss it in the trash. So, my husband buttons one end of the Tiedown, slides the Tiedown through the necktie's nametag (with the shorter necktie end tucked in also) and buttons the Tiedown at the other end. I would've bet money on the fact that you could see the edges of this 'cheap' tie holder or that the tie just wouldn't lie right.

    Well, I was right. The tie crumpled all up and looked goofy--until we moved the Tiedown down one button. Then I had my husband stand up straight, lean forward, lean from side to side......... OMG.... I could not see the Tiedown at all, and the tie was completely well-behaved! We were thrilled with this new gadget! Hubby has worn it for a week--and has not heard one comment from colleagues about the 'unusual' tie holder. Because no one can see it!

    I do have one suggestion though--they should be sold in packs of three or five--that way if one gets broken by the kids, chewed up by the dog, or lost by dear hubby, then you'll have extras on hand. So, in the meantime, buy a few when you order! (Now available!! The following value packs!) *** Tiedown Value Pack - 10 Plastic ***
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    14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mat Kyne on February 27, 2013
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    It's not that the product is poorly designed (It's not) or that it even that it doesn't do what it is supposed to (It does work); it is that it's too expensive for what it is. It is a thin piece of plastic with two slits in it that are almost big enough for a button to squeeze though. And for that you get to fork over $5.50.

    Really?

    You can take a jumbo paper clip and bend it into an "S" shape and accomplish the same thing. On this site a 10 boxes of 100 Jumbo Paper Clips will cost you (at the time of this review) $8.28 with free shipping available. That makes a sturdier alternative $0.00823 each. And trust me, you will lose the the paper clip faster than you will wear it out. And who cares if you do, it cost less than 1 cent to make. I can guarantee these cost less to make than that.

    If these were priced MUCH LOWER, like a 20-pack for the same $5.50 I would recommend them to anyone who does not have access to paper clips.
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