Are you looking for the ultimate germaphobic gadget? Have you ever avoided touching a restroom door handle? Not all door handles are disgusting, and some public restrooms are comfortably clean. But there are too many times I've stopped by a gas station only to be confronted by some of the dirtiest, gunk-built up-around-the-edges door handles. And that's not to mention the buttons on the keypads at the pump. Oregon and New Jersey residents have people there to pump the gas for you and it's a nice reprieve.
We've identified the problem, but what is the solution? The Gryp is a small silicone keychain that fits in your pocket and resists germs; a true germaphobic gadget. By using this small barrier of silicone, you can avoid touching germ ridden public surfaces. Bus straps, subway poles... we're located in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada and some of the slot machines here have the filthiest buttons an levers on them.The Gryp is always there when you need it and comes in handy when you'd rather not soil your sleeve.