Check out our Mouse Pads, Pitcher Pads and Coasters! Not news, you say! On the contrary, we can do almost anything you would desire on these beauties; From customized creations from the depths of your imagination to our planets line (with planetary data if you so choose) even The Three Stooges. These are a must have. They make great gifts… fabulous corporate give-aways… even reasonably priced band merchandising. And we haven’t even touched on the fundraiser aspect.
When it come Metal Hardware, Strapworks has some of the best (at the best price too), but just how tough is it? Join Brooklyn John as he pits himself against the 1 Inch Moto Cam Buckle. Who will win? Who will fold under the pressure?
Also: A tour of Brooklyn John’s Desk (including an explanation of the infamous “ISIS” mug.
Check it out, both Tom Foster and Douglas Foster got called out for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Now, our owners are not of the feint of heart variety so… CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!
Of course the donations would have been made one way or the other, but where is the fun in simply writing a check (I’m talkin to you Patrick Stewart).
Sit back in your nice dry seat and watch the fun… then participate.
Make your donations at www.alsa.org AND take the challenge yourself.
Tom nominated: Gene Stutzman
Doug nominated: #Amazon.com /#FedEx / #NASA / #NationalGeographic / #CirqueDusoleil / #Pepsi
C’mon folks, you got 24 hrs.
Sometimes, here at Strapworks we use very specific methods of measurement… Oh, who are we kidding, we ALWAYS use VERY specific methods of measurement.
How do they differ from the way you would measure stuff around the house?
Watch as Brooklyn John and ‘Professor’ Tom Foster explain the mysteries of measurement here at strapworks.com.
Hey Cosplayers! Do you use Strapworks.com webbing or hardware in your cosplay? You do? Great! Send me a pic of you in costume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may include it in an upcoming video on the subject. Make sure to define the products that you used that you got from us as well as the name of the character you are cosplaying (that’s my cosplay of Elizabeth from Bioshock Infinite… Just kidding… I shopped that). This is gonna be a lot of fun. Get them in soon because I want to shoot this vid in 3 to 4 weeks.
Today, Brooklyn John celebrates the 1 year anniversary of the NEW Global Industrial Plaza by responding to your e-mails and comments as well as introducing a Brand New Product… the 3-Way Plastic 3/4 Inch Side Release Buckle! Try saying that 5 times fast!
I bet you really didn’t notice that summer is rapidly slipping away. Here it is, August 1st and before you know it, it’ll be back to school for all those college bounds students and THAT means moving. Moving from home to the dorms… moving stuff from the storage unit to the dorms. Buying huge amounts of ramen noodles at your convenient bulk food store, arranging the packets into a make shift sofa and then slowly eating said sofa over the course of term.
So, how are you going to move all that STUFF!?
May I suggest straps Specifically “Simple Slings”, Cam Straps and Ratchet Straps from, oh, I don’t know… STRAPWORKS.COM!
So, I was having a bit of a think, (It’s a great way to avoid actual work), and I came to the realization that straps ARE the oldest form of attachment/containment device in history. I mean, of course, they didn’t have high tech webbing and hardware like we do now, but animal hide and sinew equate to the same thing! Think about Ötzi, the Ice Man, Kon Tiki and so many more of humanities early achievements. These things were not held together by nails or screws, they were held together Straps and Rope.
So just remember this the next time you need an attachment/containment device… We were here before anything else. We’ve stood the test of time! There is a reason the phrase is ‘Strapping young man’ and not ‘Screwy young man’ (although that can be applied from time to time).
Strapworks… We’ve got history on our side!
Yours Truly: Brooklyn John
Snaps… Metal Snaps to be precise: You’ll find them at the end of leashes, bag straps, camera straps and more, but what do you really know about them? In this weeks episode, Brooklyn John takes you on a journey that will answer ALL of your questions! Well… your questions about Snaps, anyway.
It’s the July 4th Weekend, and that set me to thinking about the ‘Made in America’ aspect of Strapworks business. It’s an aspect that we are very proud of and I wanted to explore why. So join me, Brooklyn John, on a journey into American manufacturing.
Also: tell us how YOU feel about ‘Made in America’; whether you are an American or from anywhere else in the world, your opinion matters… so please, leave a comment below.
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