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Cordoclip Renders Your Clothesline Obsolete

cordoclip As if it wasn't bad enough that your computer will be obsolete next week, now someone is doing the same to your clotheslines!

While drying your clothes on lines outside is decidedly eco-friendly and follow link info viagra gives your clothes a fresh, outdoorsy smell, it's not without its problems. You've probably had your clothes fall off the line, leaving you picking your undies down from your neighbour's hedge. Let's also not forget the clothespins that tend to disappear or break.

Well, drying your clothes the eco-friendly way has just gotten a lot easier. The CordoClip promises to heal all your out-door drying woes, with clips that never leave the buy levitra us line and make sure your washing doesn't either, until you say so. Not only that, but it promises to make your loading to go 60% faster and the unloading to go up to 90% percent faster, thanks to viagra online 25 mg the automated clipping system.

Be sure to check out their site for a highly instructional and old-school video on levitra in canada how the system works.

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Living Simple
written by Karsten, April 02, 2008
Of course, a simple and proven concept, the laundry line has to be "improved" by some company riding the green wave to be more convenient while unfortunately being less simple, difficult to maintain, and sensitive to breaking in cold temperatures and sunlight (it seems to viagra pharmacy be made from plastic).

Folks, a laundry line is basically a piece of strong string. It can be anything. The reels (if needed and if you buy decent ones) will last for generations. The clothes pins have been made from wood and we like it canadian viagra and healthcare steel for generations. Nothing wrong with that. They work reliably and in all temperatures and are not sensitive to sunlight. They are biodegradable if they ever get lost. All components for a laundry line are still available made in the USA or Canada and result in less pollution that way too. Yeah, there are difficulties. Life is less convenient when you live with less impact. In almost all cases. Get used to it! "Eco-friendly" starts with you doing more of the work, not with buying more products that do some of need a prescription for viagra the work for you while creating more damage overall.

The concept of increasing convenience all too often results in decrease of simplicity and increases your impact on the environment. Human power is good. Just pick up the clothespins and clothes that fell down or flew away. Big Deal! Saves you a trip to the gym if it really is that much effort.

Practical Advice to Pollute Less
written by durbrow, April 02, 2008
Has anyone in the U.S. gotten a price on this? The Amazon price seems to be about $US 150.00. Wow! That's a lot for a clothesline!
written by Magnulus, April 02, 2008
To be fair, the system is apparently made of higher quality plastic than the kind that breaks after only minor trauma, but I agree that it's overly complex and intricate. Personally, I have a collapsible metal wire set-up that I use inside, because Scotland is just too fickle a place for backyard drying in my opinion.
written by Cristián Lávaque, April 03, 2008
Well, I have my lines in the roof, so I don't need the reels. I use stretched galvanized steel wire and good clothes pins that last me years. I've never had my clothes snatched from the line by the wind cause I hang and very good site real viagra online pin them properly.

Actually, I'd think that this gadget would present a problem if wind wraps clothes around your line with all the fasteners on top as well, locking the tramadol fed ex no memberships line when you try to move it and it'd be away from your reach to solve it easily.
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written by Nick Sabelli, April 07, 2008

Many millions have been sepent on development and trials on the Cord-O-Clip. The fact remains that to properly comment on any product scientific based testing should be done side by side.

I was the lead person who invented the Cord-O-Clip Quattro model and the one who finished developing this cord-o-clip product for market and I can tell you that I beleive this is the finest clothesline product for places where: 1) high wind conditions exits (we are different--the second internal race clothesline holds the pins i place. They can not pop off like other clothespins when tugged at by the wind), 2) where autoreverse winds occur (purchase the wrap around inhibitor); 3) Where rain clouds appear in short notice; 4) Where significant amount of laundry has to be done, hung and removed quickly; 5)for those people who hate chasing after clothespins. Cord-O-Clip pins stay on tramadol legality mexico the line. 6) Cord-O-Clip clothespins can be washed in mild soapy water or in a dishwasher when need. It all comes with a 1 year guarantee too. For those who doubt, I invite you to look here viagra canda look at the video and try one at home.

ideal for disabled
written by v.waterton, July 11, 2008
i have had a cord-o-clip line for about 5 years i bought it for my wife who has arthritis and pill price cialis cannot open normal pegs, brilliant item will be glad when we can get some new pegs in the u.k.
plastic again
written by gern, March 22, 2009
plastic = petroleum = oil = foreign dependence
written by mike, May 22, 2009
It's sold here:

Regarding the no prescription levitra oil=foreign dependence, yes I agree, we need to wean ourselves off it. But we have to look at trade-offs: if a product makes a task easier for people to reduce their electric bill (and a lot of electricity in America is from oil powered plants), then the net carbon savings from using this product will be positive. There's a lot of people who won't use a regular clothesline because of all the hassels.

The question is at what point does the product 'break-even' in terms of cialis online us net carbon?

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