This tool helps you keep free of germs when in public places
Going out and about is no longer a matter of if — it’s a matter of when. As much as you’d like to stay at home to curb the virus, there are tasks and errands you cannot accomplish from the comfort of your own couch. And when you integrate yourself back into society, it’s natural that you want to protect yourself in ways that a face mask can’t.
Since it’s hard to avoid touching potentially germ-riddled surfaces when you’re in public (think elevators, self-checkout counters, and ATMs), there is, fortunately, a way to use these things without actually having to come in contact with them. The SafeFinger is a portable product that should be the latest addition to your everyday carry — it’s a tool that features a hook design, which you can use to press various buttons, pull handles or doorknobs, push doors open, and a whole lot more.
It functions as a keychain in a lot of ways. It easily attaches to your belongings, but it’s designed to be pandemic-proof. It’s crafted out of brass, which is known to have antimicrobial properties, killing and slowing the spread of microorganisms and germs. Whenever you have to come in contact with a high-touch surface, all you have to do is whip it out and let it do the touching for you.
For a limited time, the SafeFinger is on sale for only $19.99. That’s a 33% discount from the usual cost of $30.
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