Monday, April 28, 2008

Scarf Caddy

With all the gizmos and the gadgets today that is usually ran by a microchip, it’s refreshing to see something that was fashioned using traditional engineering. The ScarfCaddy, the sister of TieCaddy features the same patented winding mechanism that quickly yet gently rolls a single scarf or sash into its protective transparent case for storage and travel purposes.

Measuring 6 inches high and 2 ¼ inches in diameter, the Scarf Caddy retails for $7.95 and is available at select retailers across the country and online at
Yet, one question remains – with all the advantages of Scarf Caddy already mentioned, would you buy it? Next question is – if you buy it, will you use it?
Except for a very few of us where closet space is not a problem, the 6 inches high by 2 ¼ inches diameter to store one scarf is a lot of space. As a travel gear, the percentage of space that the Scarf Caddy occupies becomes larger in comparison.
Still, sometimes the ‘value’ of the scarf (there are some in the market that cost $700 retail) itself warrants a Scarf Caddy for storage. At $700, the scarf becomes an affordable work of art.
That said, it’s still up to you to decide whether a Scarf Caddy is something you can live without.

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