zipper pull

zipper pull

A device allowing persons with limited function to fasten zippers on clothing, esp. those in back.
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Hazard: The zipper pull can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
The sweatshirt zipper pull can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (the Board ) is seeking quotes for a contractor to provide, Custom Mailing Bags for the Georgia Public Library Service, that are a heavy canvas forest green zipper bags with interior vinyl coating, water resistant fabric, center cut address window, grommet and left to right zipper pull.
This vest also has front zipper closure with an included zipper pull.
This trendy bag has flamboyant embroidery on tribal ikat print, supple leather handles, adjustable side leather belt straps, pom pom zipper pull, and an exterior zip pocket.
Kimball displayed a zipper pull with multicolored letters spelling out "MOM" from a dollar store that she said is 65 percent lead - more than 1,000 times the level considered safe by the government.
The item: This red leather Gucci handbag with double chain and logo web zipper pull is for the woman who doesn't mind if her accessories demand attention on their own.
Entrants receive a Molson zipper pull, a Molson fanny pack and Chums sunglass straps.
As a result, these two styles offer both vertical and horizontal access by cleverly adding more zipper and a second zipper pull so that the sleeve can be loaded from the top or from the side.
People will come in with a broken zipper pull, and we'll put a new one on for them for a buck or so," he said.
Both of the bags also have plastic, rustproof zippers and satin zipper pull guards.
For example, with a reacher, button hook, or zipper pull, your child may be able to get dressed with less assistance.