Monday Mailbag

Indy Style looks into the Monday Mailbag at the cool products that may make your life easier. Products include: The Art of LEGO Design book, Flik Flops, PhoneSoap, Arctic Ease wrap and NapAnywhere.

MONDAY MAILBAG PRODUCTS:
NapAnwhere
The NapAnywhere is a portable head-support pillow developed specifically by a physician for frequent travelers. This comfortable, portable device can be used effectively while traveling on planes, subways, trains, buses and cars as a passenger. Small and compact, it fits easily into your carry-on, backpack, laptop bag or purse. The NapAnywhere is available in three colors, including Crimson, Cream and Black, and three sizes, small, medium and large. It is stain-resistant, and can be wiped clean with either mild soapy water or a light solvent like rubbing alcohol. A carrying pouch is included to help protect the NapAnywhere when not in use. www.napanywhere.net
PhoneSoap Polish
The PhoneSoap Polish is portable and great for travel. It will kill the bacteria on your smartphone and tablet and make sure to get rid of germs you may have picked up along the way. It is the size of chapstick and you can stick it in your pocket to make sure your smartphone is always germ-free. PhoneSoap Polish is a premium, all-natural, antibacterial touch screen polish specially formulated to kill bacteria and help prevent fingerprints and smudges and smartphone and tablet touch screens. It is 100% non-toxic and chemical free. www.phonesoap.com
Flik Flops
Your kids will love wearing Flik Flops from coast to coast this summer! Every pink and blue step will be a light-up adventure for your kids with Flik Flops! These adorable flip flops have unique LED lights on the outsole of the shoes creating a vibrant, lighted path with every step. Kids love the interactive design, and parents appreciate the visibility of the LED lights at night for added safety while walking. Launched last year, Flik Flops are the mastermind of a seven-year-old! Available in girls and boys sizes. www.flikflops.com

 

 

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