Bendable floral ropes are designed to bend, but it’s all about the stretch.
A company called Bendable has released its first pet-friendly rope that’s not just flexible, but bendable.
“Bendables is a flexible rope that is bendable and can be bent in different ways, making it ideal for pet owners looking to bend their pet’s fur and hair into knots,” the company said in a blog post announcing the new design.
The company has received positive feedback from pet owners.
“The flexible nature of the rope makes it ideal as a pet grooming aid,” said co-founder and CEO Aaron Wohl.
“And unlike the traditional rope, Bendables can be used with both hands to create a unique pet grooming experience.
The flexibility of the fabric allows for flexible, flexible hair, as well as an additional two-inch wide stretch to make it flexible enough to be worn on a leash or attached to a harness.”
The rope is also water resistant, and it comes in a variety of colors.
Bendable also says that the rope is lightweight and made from an organic cotton and bamboo blend, which helps reduce its environmental impact.
The line was initially launched as a Kickstarter project in 2015, but its first order of 100 pet hair products came in just four months, and the company hopes to have the product in the hands of pet owners by mid-April.
The price of Bendable’s rope is $75.
The products have not yet launched in the U.S., but Bendable said it is looking to expand into Europe.
Bendables also has plans to release a line of animal-friendly ropes, and is looking for investors to back its business.
It will likely need to raise $250,000 in funding before the line can be sold.
“We’re definitely looking for angel investors to help us raise that money,” Wohl said.
“But I also want to be clear that it will be an incredibly rewarding venture.”
Bendable is now looking to raise capital through its Indiegogo campaign, which ends on March 15.
For more on the products, watch the video above.