While Covid-19 restrictions are being eased around the country, we are still reminded to keep our distance from each other and make sure we wash and sanitise our hands as often as we can to stop the spread of the virus.
For Orbitkey, which specialises in organisational products, this was the perfect opportunity to introduce its latest invention.
With significant emphasis placed on personal hygiene and hand sanitiser becoming an integral part of our everyday carry essentials, Orbitkey has utilised its own product design expertise to create a sanitiser holder.
The Melbourne-based brand is giving away 500 units to those on the frontline and donating 100 per cent of profits to charities and organisations battling Covid-19 in Australia and around the world including Doctors without Borders, Meals on Wheels, safe steps and Lifeline.
This is part of Orbitkey’s Helping Hands Initiative to give back and support the wider community, says co-founder, Rex Kuo.
“We are still a small company without deep pockets, but what we do have is a young and dynamic team with a passion for design and organisation, so this is our way of helping our community―by designing something to hopefully reduce the spread of germs.
“We are giving away our design and also donating all profits to causes that need support from their community right now―to help those impacted by Covid-19 in one way or another.”
With the sanitiser holder, you can keep your sanitiser close and easily accessible, so that you can clean your hands frequently and conveniently. Available in three designs―lanyard, clip and retractor―you no longer need to rummage through your pockets or bags for your hand sanitiser and risk spreading germs to your other belongings.
The sanitiser holder launched on 12 May for essential workers and will be available Australia wide from 20 May.