Tic is a cheeky little device developed specially to reattach a button to an item of clothing without the need for needle and thread. The claw-like plastic tool works in just a few steps—pinch, squeeze and twist—inserting a tiny fastener in the buttonholes to affix the errant button back to its shirt.
Tic has done its research, examining the dimensions of buttons to conclude that, in most cases, the holes in any two buttons are the same distance apart, meaning that one Tic can work across the board. Plus, the Tic is not just a temporary fix for a button that has fallen off, but can be used to form what the founders claim is a better, more reliable connection.
Source: coolhunting.comAdded: 5 June 2013