SockTABs, Primary Color Pack, 1.2oz
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- sockTABs are a simple, discreet and effective solution to an everyday problem
- Socktabs are available in a variety of colors, making it a stylish and sock
- Whenever you take your socks off, SockTABs will keep them together. safe solution to an everyday household problem.
- SockTABs is a pairing device that combats the infamous Sock Monster.
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SockTABs are a simple, discreet and effective solution to an everyday problem. SockTABs is a pairing device that combats the infamous Sock Monster.
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It doesn't. And their new video only makes it more obvious how poorly designed the product is.
I saw this product on Shark Tank and thought it was a great idea.
But the "wings" that go through the sock are hard to push together to then poke through.
I checked with the company that makes them, and the tab is NOT supposed to go through more than two piece of fabric. The video on their site and the Shark Tank segment skipped this whole thing.
This makes it very awkward to poke through the fabric in a way that the fabric lies flat for the wash and dry. (You can reverse the wings, but then they stick out on the outside of the sock instead of the circle.)
I'm sorry I bought these. both the Neon and the Primary Color packs.
After that, I pressed the prongs flat, as they were still somewhat pinched. That way, they stay together. See the photos.
PINCH, PUSH, PRESS.
If I keep having this success, I'll post one more time and give this product 5 stars. So far, so good, with the proper way of using the products. (These will not work too well, if only one prong is poked through at a time--both have to be inserted together)----
Update 3/13/16: I contacted the manufacturer again. While some reviewers may have already done this, the owners suggested or reinforced that the pins have to be pinched together FIRST, then pushed through the socks. I had been inserting one pin or prong at a time, then the other. However, if you pinch the prongs together then, push them through, you'll have a much stronger hold.
Since I haven't washed anymore socks yet (I have so many), I'm just adding one star for now. But, it does seem that pinching the prongs together makes a much better connection. Once, I've put the socks,through the whole,laundering process, I'll update, again. But, for now, these look much more promising.
After seeing the Shark Tank demo on TV, I bit into buying these disappointing sock tabs. I don't know why a shark bought into this idea, but I guess they got bit by the sob story from the "inventor." They certainly talk a good game on TV, so I bought several packages for stocking stuffers, but boy have I been disappointed. As the reviews state below, the socks do not stay together very long. If the py don't separate in the washer, they certainly will in the dryer. The tabs have not poked, nor scratched me, but as far as keeping your socks attached from laundry to clean laundry, forget it.
They are good for attaching once taken off and perhaps tossed off the bedside, but not for the whole laundry process. I even emailed the inventors and found out that I am attaching the socks correctly, but they "just can't figure out" why this is happening. They need to take one more step and figure a way to put some type of locking mechanism to attach to the existing tab.
I think using clothes pins is better than this. You would just need to have them handy where you normally take your socks off. I've used better products, but they are mire difficult to use.
Sock tabs are almost there, but I would not buy more, until improvements have been made to,keep the socks from