You can find zip-ties in every hardware store and they're always the same. Sure, they're handy as heck, but they have a fundamental flaw. The Easy_to_Cut concept elaborates on the simple binding strips with the inclusion of a tiny notch towards the open end of the line, enabling you to easily remove it later.
Just the simple addition of a groove in the plastic strap will mean that you're less likely to pierce wires and dent and scratch the object to which the Easy_to_Cut cable tie is bound. Kim Seongjin, Kim Seokhui and Lee Jongsung won a 2012 Red Dot Design Award for this simple but innovative idea that makes odd-jobs around the house a little easier and safer.
Easy_to_Cut Cable Ties Reduce the Risk of Severing Important Wires
1. Zip-tie Upgrades - Innovative advancements in zip-tie designs, such as the incorporation of notches to reduce the risk of damage to wires and objects they are bound to.
2. DIY Safety Solutions - Development of tools and products for DIY enthusiasts that prioritize safety and ease of use.
3. Everyday Accessibility - Innovative solutions that improve the accessibility and usability of everyday items.
1. Hardware and Tools - Manufacturers in the hardware and tools industry have the opportunity to develop safer and more efficient designs for everyday items, such as zip ties.
2. Home Improvement - Companies in the home improvement industry can incorporate these zip-tie upgrades into their product offerings to provide safer and more accessible options for consumers.
3. DIY and Crafting - Retailers and startups in the DIY and crafting space can incorporate safety solutions, such as these zip-ties, into their product lines to better serve their customers.