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Some of the best gadgets at CES had no batteries, screens, or buttons. Case in point, the Easy Wrapper ($ 16.88 and up) from Japan Hobby Tool. At first glance, it looks like a regular cleaning chamois, but upon further inspection, it becomes clear the Easy Wrapper has a different purpose.
the fabric attaches to itself, like Velcro, but without the abrasive hook and loop texture. That makes it ideal for wrapping and protecting not only photography equipment, but also gadgets of just about any size as it conforms to any shape. You have to see it to believe it, and still I’m not sure I believe it.
Available in assorted colors and sizes
Flexibility and protection
Attaches like Velcro without the abrasion
Only sold in limited outlets
The only thing wrong with the Easy Wrapper is that it’s sold in limited outlets (Amazon and B&H Photo) so most people won’t get a chance to see it in person to truly understand how it works. I’d love to see the Easy Wrapper in BestBuy and other retail outlets where people can touch them and see the value.