PumPiX Wearable Hand Sanitizer Dispenser
Be the Spider-Man of sanitizing with a PumPiX wristband. The germ-busting wearable holds up to 0.4 ounces of your preferred hand sanitizer or surface disinfectant so you can spray webs of anti-bacterial, anti-viral mists on yourself and/or the objects you touch. PumPiX replaces the plastic bottle with a more convenient and accessible way to dispense sanitizer, and one you'll always have on hand.
Where I'd once say the PumPiX has "gift for Mom" written all over it, given the gadget was developed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems like "gift for anyone in the world" is more like it. Despite being kind of big and clunky, plus seeking space on an area of your body already crowded with watches, fitness trackers, and sleeves, I can certainly see an audience for a sanitation spritzer whose use requires no digging through bags, no remembering to toss inside a bag, and no bringing a bag in the first place. With a full inner chamber, the PumPiX will spray 100+ pumps before needing a refill.
You can fill PumPiX with any liquid sanitizer or disinfectant, provided it's not CDC-approved for skin contact (i.e., not bleach) and you don't plan to spritz it in your mouth like my friends and I did nonstop with our Binaca collections in 1992.
PumPiX dimensions are 2.5" x 2" x 0.5"; weight is 35 grams. If you're interested in learning more or getting one of your own, head over the PumPiX Kickstarter campaign by May 31, 2020.