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LADYBAG: Revolutionizing the Use of Handbags

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Andrea Pisarcikova is all set to introduce her latest offering to customers across the globe in the later part of the current year. Called LADYBAG, the product is a multipurpose heated handbag, which can warm the user up, charge mobile phones and tablets and be used to protect valuables.

(PRWEB) August 18, 2014

Andrea Pisarcikova today announced the details related to her latest creation LADYBAG. The product is a multipurpose heated handbag that can charge phones and tablets, and warm in the cold. The well-designed, classy-looking handbag is made of A grade leather and comes with a rechargeable battery with an adapt or, two USB ports, a charger, a switch, and heating pads.

When contacted, Andrea said, We are really excited to introduce the details about our new product, LADYBAG. The product is a multipurpose tool where you can store your valuables, warm yourself and charge your phone when required. She further added, We are done with the design of the product, prototypes are tested and we are hoping to start production soon.

The LADYBAG battery can warm the user for up to three hours and charge phones or tablets four times a day. To start the heating pad, the user just needs to connect the cable with the battery and switch on the button. The temperature can be maintained as needed. The bags start at $199 and run up to $249. Customers can enjoy complimentary monogramming and may further customize for an additional amount.

Andrea has also started an Indiegogo Campaign to raise funds for the project. The funds are to be utilized for production, testing, certifications, marketing, packaging, and logistics.

About LADYBAG:

LADYBAG is an upcoming product that aids users in a number of different ways. The product is designed and developed by Andrea Pisarcikova.

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