Giveaway closed! The four winners for this giveaway were Rini, inoakpark, Summer, and Rixa!
Time for another giveaway! This is not really birth related, but it is breast-related and since breasts are part of being female and nurturing children, etc., etc. I decided it was related enough to go ahead and share here! The Racktrap is a little tiny purse/pouch that you tuck inside your bra (credit card, ID, cash, etc.) to leave yourself hands-free and unencumbered. I was amused the the first step in the instructions included is to, “Locate your breasts.” ;-D You can use the Racktrap while exercising OR while going out somewhere in a fancy dress! They have lots of different colors (though presumably no one will see it!). I wasn’t sure how it would work exactly because I wear simple “sleep bra” type bras that pull over my head like a sports bra, but I tried it and it works really well even in that kind of bra (don’t worry, I didn’t try the ones I’m giving away, I tried out the cute Valentine print one they sent and I’m keeping that one!)
Something that surprised me about it is that the open edge doesn’t have a closure, so I thought things might fall out of it, but once it is tucked away, nothing falls out (somehow in the context of talking about bras, this sounds like there are secret meanings here…). It is very trim and, I have to say, MUCH classier than just sticking money directly into your bra (which I’ve never done, but still, if that is something you do, perhaps you’d like to win one of these instead!).
Okay, so I have FOUR cute little Racktraps to give away. They came in a little pouch together, but I’m giving them away one at a time because that way more people get to win. I will close the giveaway this Friday. To enter, you can simply leave a comment here (make sure I can figure out your email address from your comment so I can get in touch with you if you win). You can get additional contest entries by becoming a fan of the Racktrap on Facebook (first time fans only) and leave a comment here telling me you did so, and/or becoming a fan of Talk Birth on Facebook (first time fans only) and leaving a comment here telling me you did so. It is that simple 🙂
Disclosure: I was provided with complimentary samples of this product. I have no other financial or commercial relationship to the company.
I tuck things in my bra all the time. This would help my money and mail key from getting lost in there when I do!
I love the idea! I have stuffed money (and other miscellaneous objects) into my bra many a time. This would actually keep it in place.
Yeah … I’ve totally stuck money in my bra. I always wear skirts, so I sometimes suffer from a lack of pockets. Such is life.
Sounds interesting! It would be nice for when I go running!
what an idea. no more sweaty money. lol. 🙂
Ooh…I wonder if the baby would find it and think of it as a new toy? 😉 What a fun giveaway!
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Delurking! I’m a fan of Talk Birth and Racktrap on FB now! I love your blog. Its in my general circle of birth junkie sites 🙂
Glad you delurked 🙂
I’ve never tucked money inside my bra. 🙂 Sounds cool, and the name is so clever. The ultimate in hands-free! I don’t think I’d have any problems “locating my breasts.”
Oh what a cute idea!
Okay, I drew numbers using a random number generator and I have the four winners for this giveaway: they are Rini, inoakpark, Summer, and Rixa! Please email me your addresses so I can mail them to you (minus Summer, since I can give yours to you in person!). First person to write back gets the first choice of color: I have black, peach, white, and blue (the blue one is waterproof for running, the others are satin) 🙂
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I have referred to my bra as my “secret compartment” for years. I have often tucked my cell phone or a little bit of money in there when I had no pockets. I always wondered if I was risking some kind of contamination by whatever I put in there uncovered:) Glad there is a remedy. I became a fan of Talk Birth on Facebook. So many good places to bounce ideas around with birth friendly people:)