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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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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
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.48 ounces
- ASIN: B000CCIPWQ
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2005
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Note:I just noticed the cost for the Tiedown has been reduced to $3, but S/H is another $3.25
JUNE 10, 2016 UPDATE: well, the Tiedown worked great and held hubby's tie in place until it broke while he was taking it off last week. We paid nearly $8 for this one Tiedown 4 months ago. During that time hubby worked 5-day weeks but did not wear it every day as he alternates between traditional ties and bolls. Also, he had about 2 weeks of vacation during which time and didn't wear it. All things considered I'm not about to purchase another one, knowing it will break in just a few months. Will try making my own as it is a good concept. Took 2 stars off rating because it broke after just a few months; it was not treated roughly or abused in any way.
This product is also overpriced. I bought a set a few years ago that came with about 3 pieces so I thought it would be the same with this one.
You will get only one piece.
In summary, this is not a bad product, the durability of the product just does not match the price.
If you wear a tie, this will keep your tie neatly centered without any effort. Windy day? No problem. I was always adjusting my tie to "center" it. I can say that, for about $5 with shipping, this little device is very much worthwhile to keep you looking neat.
I never thought about it until now...the distance between buttons on dress shirts must be standardized. This has worked with all of my dress shirts so far.
If you are standing in front of a room (presentation, meeting, etc.), it's great to keep that neat appearance while moving around the room. It is not apparent to anyone that something is holding your tie in place (unless you're outside and the wind is blowing, but even then, I'm guessing no one would take note).
But-I found these neatly designed "tiedowns" This is a nice innovation on an old concept.
You can't beat this design if you have to wear ties with formal business shirts at work. They
are economical and efficient: they don't show, keep your tie nice to the contour of your build and
don't fall off on your plate at lunch or dinner time with the Boss or wife!