We can’t count how many times a button has popped off and/or been ripped off our favorite flannel in the shop. The Buttoneer might actually be able to help in short order, without any needle-threading.
You put a button — either a replacement or the wayward button itself — on the tip of the unit, position it where you want it on the shirt, then squeeze the handle. Almost instantly it attaches the button, and you don’t have to ground your favorite shirt for repairs. We’re not suggesting you start a sewing circle here, but it does look like it could save you time and help you out a bit — we’re into that.
Street pricing starts at $10.