ODii

April 01, 2015 11:00 ET

ODii: Talk Show Host Jimmy Fallon's Problem Solved by Vancouver Inventor

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - April 1, 2015) - When Jimmy Fallon mentioned his distaste for dropping his phone between his car seat and console in his popular "Thank You Notes" routine in January of 2015, inventor Kenn Buxton knew he was right on trend with his new invention, ODii - The Ultimate Grab-It Gadget. Millions of us resonate with that same frustrating, hair-pulling, fist-clenching annoyance of trying to retrieve the stuff that gets stuck between our car seat and console. "We just freak out, especially if it's our phone that we drop," Buxton speaks with sincerity having been a victim of this frustration many times. "The thought of losing our phone, which is our lifeline, really, and not being able to retrieve it evokes all sorts of emotions."

Finally, a gadget is available to make our lives a little easier and retrieving our items is now quick and simple. ODii officially launched on March 26, 2015, and sales have been more than impressive. Interest has been piqued by consumers and national retailers alike. Bed, Bath and Beyond has signed a letter of commitment, going national across Canada and another exciting deal is in the works with one of Canada's largest retail chains. Next stop is the US in hopes to capture the attention of big names such as Auto Zone, Napa, O'Reilly Auto Parts and Advance Auto Parts.

About ODii

ODii - The Ultimate Grab-It Gadget is the only multi-functional retrieval gadget ever created that is designed to fit in the glove compartment of your vehicle, measuring just 12 inches long while compact.

ODii has three specific functions for all of your retrieval needs:

  • Flexible, telescopic claw that extends 18 inches
  • Flexible, telescopic, detachable magnet that extends 23 inches
  • Detachable LED light

For more information about ODii, please visit: www.myodii.com.

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