Heroclip Featured in Traveling Families Gift Guide

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When Heroclip began it wasn't called Heroclip. It was called The Qlipter, and it looked pretty different! The Qlipter was redesigned and renamed to The Qliplet, and it looked a lot like our modern-day Heroclip. One thing has been consistent since the beginning, however: Moms love this gadget! It was invented by mom, after all, for all the stuff that comes with living a full life with one's family. No surprise, then, that Heroclip found its way into another gift guide, this time courtesy of the folks at TravelingMom.com, who suggest bringing a Heroclip or two along for all your family travels.

From the article: "The joke around our house is my husband is our bellhop. He carries everything for us. But it’s no joke when we go to the beach and he’s lugging boogie boards, beach chairs, a backpack and even a cooler along with him. That’s why this year I’m filling his stocking with HeroClips, the hang anything anywhere hybrid clip with a built-in hook that holds up to 60 pounds. It comes in a variety of sizes, so there’s one for whatever you’re taking with you."

Thanks for the feature, TravelingMom.com!

When Heroclip began it wasn't called Heroclip. It was called The Qlipter, and it looked pretty different! The Qlipter was redesigned and renamed to The Qliplet, and it looked a lot like our modern-day Heroclip. One thing has been consistent since the beginning, however: Moms love this gadget! It was invented by mom, after all, for all the stuff that comes with living a full life with one's family. No surprise, then, that Heroclip found its way into another gift guide, this time courtesy of the folks at TravelingMom.com, who suggest bringing a Heroclip or two along for all your family travels.

From the article: "The joke around our house is my husband is our bellhop. He carries everything for us. But it’s no joke when we go to the beach and he’s lugging boogie boards, beach chairs, a backpack and even a cooler along with him. That’s why this year I’m filling his stocking with HeroClips, the hang anything anywhere hybrid clip with a built-in hook that holds up to 60 pounds. It comes in a variety of sizes, so there’s one for whatever you’re taking with you."

Thanks for the feature, TravelingMom.com!

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