Thursday, August 2, 2012

Keep Track of Your Keycard With The Racktrap

Ladies, let’s dish. When we got out in the evening we really don’t want to be bothered with a purse, do we? I think we all agree that men have it easy—they have pockets. Even when our evening outfits feature them, the pockets are often shallow and not secure enough to keep anything valuable in them. A tiny evening bag is an option, but we still have to keep an eye on it when we hit the dance floor—and if it’s one with a shoulder strap, that can be a pain in the neck.

Okay, we’ve identified the problem and a solution is at hand. Believe me when I say that my husband pronounced it ingenious when he saw it!

It’s the Racktrap™ and it’s ideal for carrying your cruise ship cabin keycard safely and undetected. It’s sized perfectly for a keycard (or a driver’s license or credit card) and has a little Velcro strip to hold the card securely inside.

The instructions for its use are a bit tongue-in-cheek and very clever, as you’d expect:

1. Locate your breasts. Are you a righty or a lefty? Decide what breast is most easily accessible.
2. Place your essentials (cash, credit cards, drivers license etc.) in The Racktrap™.
3. Insert The Racktrap™ in your bra between the cup and your breast at the top of your cup.
4. Make sure the opening of The Racktrap™ is lined up with the edge of your bra.
5. Pull your shirt tight to make sure there are no lines.
6. Use your free hands for good and not evil.
7. Repeat again tomorrow.
The Racktrap™ can be washed by hand and air dried—that’s the sweat-proof sports style pictured here. You could probably even tuck it into your bathing suit top while sunbathing at the ship’s pool. Need convincing? Visit The Racktrap™ on the web  for an instruction video.

It’s like they say, “If you wear a bra or know someone who does, you need The Racktrap™.”


Sheryl said...

Great idea. I have seen this before and put off ordering but I'm going on a cruise at the end of the month and this will be perfect when wondering around the ship instead of wearing the keycard in a pouch around my neck.

Linda Coffman, AKA Cruise Diva said...

I thinks it's a terrific idea as well, Sheryl. I really admire creative thinking and am quite impressed with the quality of the actual product!


Anonymous said...

Stuff the key down the bra - should be a tight enough fit without a racktrap!

Linda Coffman, AKA Cruise Diva said...

Well, sure you could do that, Mr Anonymous. But the edges on those plastic cards are sharp.