<%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT"%> ROCKCRAWLER.com - Neat Stuff: EK USA Accessories
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By Mike "TXJEEPER" Cohn

EK USAEK has some neat new stuff for you to enjoy when you are out on the trails or out at the mall. EK is a marketer of, well, neat stuff that you can buy with their own designs and logos from their online catalog or buy in mass quantity with your own logos. What follows are a few of their latest goodies. Visit their site at www.ekusa.com to check out these and other cool products.

Cat House Visor Clip (10468C)
How often do you loose your eyeglasses, sunglasses or pens? Keep theses items held securely to truck visors, day planners, books, etc. It doesn't matter if the temple piece of your glasses is large or small it will be held securely with the EK Cat House. One caveat we found, however, is the clip does not work well with very flat-style sunglasses, as the front of the Cat House cannot physically fit. It did work with most sunglasses that we tried. The black button at the top releases the front, which slips through the sunglasses and clamps down over the folded arms in back. Retail $4.99.

Cat House
Cat House

Keybiner II with Compass (10473C)
This key retainer has it all. The 80mm carabiner can easily clip to your belt loop, backpack or to anything for that matter. The detachable buckle separates the split ring for easy access and it is now available with an accurate liquid-filled compass. Keep your keys handy and never get lost! What else could you ask for in a keychain? The fused braiding is available in 35+ color combinations. Click on photo for large version. Retail $9.99.

EK Keybiner II


EK Bottle OpenerEK Bottle Opener (1047C)
This handy aluminum bottle opener comes in anodized silver or black. It also has a 3mm rope for attaching the opener to a key ring or a backpack. Retail $4.99


Talk about neat stuff!


EK Ekcessories, Inc.
575 West 3200 South
Logan, Utah 84321
Phone: 435-753-8448



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