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Check out these reusable zip ties. 25 for three bucks.



I bought them initially to keep dish towels from falling off the oven door and ending up on the floor when it is opened. Now I buy them regularly for pretty much everything. Very useful and highly recommend.


I use a GearTie just like this to hold things onto my bike's rack and have been very happy so far with them (about three months). No idea how long they'll last, but for now they're a nice combination of easy to put on and holds very well.


I just bought some paracord to use.


Does anyone have an idea on how strong (working load) these are?


I work at a Walmart and we use these to hold up the shade cloth in our garden center.


I work as a bike mechanic and I use them all the time to hold various parts of the bike in place when doing maintenance. They are great for holding a fork in while you take the stem off or to tie the handlebars to the frame so the housing doesn't get kinked when they are out of the stem.


I wear a mask (like this http://www.amazon.com/Susen-Paintball-Bicycle-Fishing-Motorcycle/dp/B00GH1J0LG ) during bike rides below 15 degrees, but my breath leaks over the top and fogs my glasses. I sewed a short one of these gear ties along the top of the mask and bent it to fit my face. No more foggy glasses or frozen nose! Before the gear tie, I had to choose between one or the other.

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