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The little bag that could…

As the editor of a blog that often reviews products, I get a offers all the time from manufacturers to supply product. Being a painting blog, it’s usually, well, painting stuff! So imagine my surprise when Chic Buds asked if I would like to try their one of their Clutchettes. It will probably surprise a few of our readers that I am a female, with a name like Chris, it happens!

iphone walletBut for those that do know me, I doubt anyone can recall seeing me ever carry a purse! I usually use a wallet, and lately have favored wallets that hold my phone and cards like this. It works well most of the time, I can slip it into my pocket or my laptop bag (where I keep “stuff”). But when I go somewhere that I am not taking my laptop, and may need some “stuff” (hey, I am still a chick, we need stuff) I usually take a small bag, but I am bad at keeping track of it,  I always set it down somewhere and forget it.

I was headed for a conference out of town and thought I would try the Clutchette. I was able to pack my phone, id, cards, cash, mints and keys in very nicely. It was great because while I was walking around the conference, I could use the wrist strap to carry it, I’ve never liked “hitching” a shoulder strap purse. When we stopped for lunch, it was nice because the clutch was small enough that I could set it on the table rather than the ground or hanging off the chair (dirty and unsafe!).

So, as a clutch, I was pretty pleased, but it wasn’t until later that night, as a group of us were out sightseeing and as I was taking pictures and I saw the dreaded “10 % Power left”.  Thanks to the battery in the clutch, I was able to recharge my phone, take more pictures and keep my phone going all night!

Stylish, Practical and Useful! 2 Thumbs up!

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Chris Haught

Chris Haught

Editor at Blogging Painters at Partners in Sites
Chris Haught is the editor of Blogging Painters, the leading resource for paint contractors. Chris also works with contractors to improve their website and social media presence. When not blogging about the painting industry, she works in the educational sector as a media and technology mentor.
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