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I just found this while looking around Google: www.flipfold.com

They look awesome! Certainly would help when packing 100 shirts at 3am...

Anyone else use them? Are they as groovy as they look?

The problem is, I emailed the company, and they're not currently offering international orders. Any kind soul want to pick one up for me and post it to Australia? :)

I'll pay all cost, of course, and you can have a free shirt once the store opens :)
 

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A girlfriend of mine use to work in a retail store and they had similar items there to fold shirts. I asked and she said nobody uses them because they actually slow you down. The key to folding shirts is to get a table that is high enough so you don't have to bend over. However, if you want you can try it out, every clothing store has one so somone must prefer them over regular folding.

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The flip and fold is alright, definitly not as awesome as you would think because it gets really annoying lining them up on the board.
 

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jdr8271 said:
There are some people who sell them on ebay who ship them world wide.
Duh! Sometimes i surprise myself how stupid I can be, considering I buy 10 things on eBay a week.
 
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