noun, plural - man·kys.
- a map that loves the great outdoors.
Quick to use
Can get wet
Polishing cloth for glasses/
Kind to the environment
Can't run out of battery
Can be written on with a pen
Powerful marketing tool
Great in windy conditions
Photo quality print
Can be upcycled
Mankys prefer to be stuffed in your pocket, up your sleeve or tied to handle bars, not folded up each time.
Yes, Mankys are brilliant for wet activities. The microfibre material is super fast at drying.
Mankys are made from optical grade microfibre cloth, the same cloth used to make glasses cleaning cloth. Mankys love to absorb oil and water.
The Manky is good for over 200 machine washes. Avoid fabric softener though as it blocks the super absorbent fibres.
The super tight weave of the microfibre allows for print resolution that is virtually as good a paper. Has to be seen to be believed!
Mankys love the wind. Unlike paper they will not blow away or rip in the wind!
You can use a Manky time and time again. It does not fray, tear or fade. Once it stops being used for information you have a fantastic household, car or office cleaning cloth
Paper maps often get dropped in their playground once they get wet or damaged. This has negative effects on the local eco system. Durable/useful Mankys won't be thrown away so readily
No explanation needed here!
Because they are a durable cleaning cloth, the Manky will promote your brand for a long time. People wonder how they survived pre-Manky once they have one!
Indeed you can. Amazingly you can write on a Manky with a biro or permanent pen. The ink does not run, it behaves just like paper. This makes them ideal for loyalty card markets and treasure hunts.
Being a light and thin material Mankys are an excellent gift or souvenir product. Cheap to post, Mankys are also easy to carry in your backpack. Very likely to be hauled out at dinner time in the backpackers when comparing activity notes with fellow travellers.