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Titan Multi Tool Collar Stays Do More Than Just Make Sure Your Collar Stays Upright

by Hazel Chua
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It’s a drag to be at some formal event and have those darned colors go flip and flop all over the place. Not only will earn you reprimanding looks from the older people (hint: grandmothers and great grand aunts who always have a snarky comment ready to throw at you), it also looks, well, tacky.

The next time you need your collars to look tip-top, hide a pair of these Titan Multi Tool Collar Stays because they will do the trick–and more.


What I love the most about these Collar Stays is that they’re multi-purpose. They don’t just make your collars look spanking hot, but you can also use them as a bottle opener, a loose thread cutter, and a screwdriver. They’re made with titanium, which is a strong and very lightweight metal, so you don’t have to worry about feeling bogged down by the neck at the end of the day. It also makes carrying these around in your pocket less of a hassle because they’re so light, you’ll probably end up forgetting that you were carrying them all along.

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The Titan Multi Tool Collar Stays are available from the Yanko Design Designer Store. They cost $30 (USD) for a set of two and $50 for a set of four.

[via The Gadgeteer via Oh Gizmo!]

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