It happens all the time. We go out to a restaurant and have no where to place our purse except for the floor. I don’t know which restaurants you frequent, but I’ve never been to a place where I’d even consider touching anything down there. The thought of what could possibly be on the floor just makes me cringe. Thank goodness there’s Luxe Link. The clever hook that keeps our purses off the floor, away from dirt, grime, germs, and who knows what else lurks beneath the tables.
Luxe Link purse hooks are small circular discs with a magnetized closure. This heavy duty contraption can hold up to 15 pounds, which is no where near what my over-stuffed diaper bag weighs. Using Luxe Link is easy, just unwrap the outer neck and place the hook on the edge of a table and hang your bag. Slick surface? No problem. The soft nonslip cushion on the bottom ensures your bag isn’t going anywhere. The closure is convenient because it folds up to be pretty small – about 2 inches in diameter. It also comes with a cloth bag for storage and safe keeping.
I can hear it already… you’re probably thinking that there’s no way you’re going to remember to use it, let alone find it in your bottomless bag that puts Mary Poppins to shame. Luxe Link solves that problem by doubling as a purse charm that hooks around your strap and securing to the groove on the side of the top. So no digging through your purse, it’s right there, conveniently secured in full view.
Luxe Link has a huge selection of different designs including swarovski crystals, zodiac signs, monograms, and famous artists. I received the beautiful Leilani design, a purple tropical flower with a turquoise background. The design has a resin coating to keep from chipping or scratching. I’m assuming the resin coating is on all hooks except for the swarovski crystal designs.
There are few things we shell out good money for, and a great handbag is definitely one of them. Head over to Luxe Link to see their designs (and keep your bag off the floor!).
Product was provided by Luxe Link to facilitate this review; all opinions are my own.