How to fix a Google zipper pull
Posted On June 16, 2021
The Washington D.C. area is home to more than 1,100 Google Zippers.
These zip-ups feature a patented, high-tech zipper that makes it easy to pull on any part of the zipper without using a zipper cutter.
There’s no one who knows how to install a zipper.
Google and Google Zip, which is owned by Google, started their zipper-pulling service in 2006.
But the zipper industry has grown exponentially over the past several years, according to Zip.
A quick search on Google for “zipper” returns hundreds of thousands of results, which can be confusing.
The company’s search engine is notoriously buggy.
“We’re all on Google.
If you’re looking for something, you’re probably looking on Google,” said Justin Brown, Zip’s vice president of engineering.
“There’s nothing like a search engine that will find anything you need, so you don’t have to be a technical expert to do that.”
The zipper industry is growing fast, but it’s only a small part of it.
“Google Zip is a great example of how quickly things have changed,” said Tom Tewes, co-founder of the American Zip Association, a nonprofit organization that works to preserve and protect zipper industry heritage.
“Zippers have become such a part of our everyday lives, we can’t really look at them without some understanding of the evolution that has taken place.”
Some of the more popular zipper brands include: Google Zip (for men, women, and children ages 5-18)