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Windsor-Not

The Windsor-Not is a Jewelry Implementation of the Windsor Knot . It works for any mans tie ans is useful for any man that has difficulty typing a traditional tie. It also offers more comfort than a traditional ties with no pressure or discomfort (choking).

The Windsor-Not (Not a Windsor Knot) was invented to help a Man wearing a tie have a painless experience, easy, and more interesting.

There is also a Windsor-Not for women. It is a smaller version and is used to secure scarfs. Made as custom jewelery Items can express the design of any vanity.

No fiddeling with tieing a knot... Just clasp your tie with one hand, draw the Windsor-Not on to the tie and draw it up into place and you are ready. A mans neckline is a natural bilboard, the Windsor-Not exploits that fact. Our Master jewelers can make you a custom Windsor-Nottm in precious metals with precious stones to your order. Your design will have the impact of the Windsor-Nottm which is a man's unique fashion statement!

Pat Parrinello and Michael F. Parrinello
Windsor-Not
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Patent Status: Not Patented
Invention Status: Available for Sale

Keywords: tie, clothing, apparal, jewelry
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Nov 18, 2009
by devvon

it looks nice

but i dont want anyone 2 think that i dont know how to tie a tie but still it is a time saver

Jan 5, 2011
by Anonymous

As a woman I find this very

As a woman I find this very classy. Some could have more jewelry than others but this could definately become a trend and I would definately pitch this to fashion designers. I'm sure they would love to incorporate this into their fashion shows.

Jan 5, 2011
by Anonymous

Only one thing...instead of

Only one thing...instead of marketing it as a time-saving alternative to tieing nots, market it as a fashionable accessory. This way you don't mess with men's confidence as far as being seen as men who don't know how to tie a not.

Jan 5, 2011
by Anonymous

great idea. add to it

offer different types of knots, not only windsor