Repair A Button Just In 60 Seconds With Cucibottone

Posted: Jun 25 2015, 12:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 25 2015, 12:06pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Repair a button just in 60 seconds with Cucibottone

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Whats better than repairing a button in just 60 seconds?

Sewing a button just in 60 seconds? It sounds like a big fat lie. But it is not! A Milan based company has recently started its no-sew campaign. Its very first product is Cucibottonne. Cucibottone is a thin 0,03″ string, and that it will completely be impervious to boot.

When you have sewn it, you don't have to stress over having buttons drop out any more, again. Cucibottonne is a device produced using reused plastic that permits you to rapidly repair a button without utilizing a needle and string.

It sews with the help of two-gap and four-opening buttons, and shank buttons. The product is made in Italy and it is available in four different colors; black, white, blue and clear. In order to make it easy for the people to understand its working, company has posted a video on Cucibottone’s kickstarter social media pages.

The company’s recent goal is to reach $24,678 in upcoming 44 days so that the product can be manufactured in mass level. The Cucibottone appears to be the future as sewing kits are old fashioned and hard to use. Let’s just hope that this project finishes well for all.

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