Review by Mardel F., Hyde Park, NY04/28/2011, 04:47:48 PM
I just wanted to let you know that I have been using my Purse Perfector for a week now and I love it. I was in NYC on Friday and there was no rummaging around in my purse, and a place for my metrocard and my train ticket and everything else.
I also discovered that I can leave both my cell phone and my iTouch in the Purse Perfector when I plug them in to charge and connect to iTunes. This is great since I am no longer likely to run out of the house without one or both of them. The computer and my desk is right next to the closet where the purses are stored, so it is an easy thing to grab the Purse Perfector, chose a purse and leave.
Review by Nancy S., Cincinnati, OH04/28/2011, 04:47:28 PM
I had no idea how much daily SATISFACTION I'd get out of it until I bought one. Thank you, Lyn.
Review by Allison L., Boxford, MA04/28/2011, 04:46:30 PM
Your early birthday gift to me..NO LIE...saves me about 90 minutes PER DAY; on a good day, that is the amount of time I used to spend (annoyed) digging through my purse looking for glasses, pens, gum, keys, phone, pens, lipstick, hand sanitizer, credit card holder, and on and on. I get such a weird little thrill opening my purse and badda bing, badda boom, whatever I am seeking is staring me in the face (is that phrase in the Bible?!)
Review by Janet R., Cincinnati, OH04/28/2011, 04:42:54 PM
I have never written a review on anything in my life--before now. This is the best thing that ever happened to handbags! I travel about 70% of the year. I just recieved a Purse Perfector as a gift from a dear friend. This is an absolute must for those women who have no time in their lives for much of anything - especially not to fumble for "stuff" in the bottom of a bag or to leave critical things when changing bags.
The Purse Perfector inventor is the: Picasso of purses; Eienstein of evening bags; Hawking of handbags; Bach of backpacks; Faraday of fanny packs; Descartes of daybags; Newton of new bags...well, you get the message.