Bag with built-in phone charger

Bag with built-in phone charger

Women will never wonder again where to recharge their cell phones, because fashion designer Nicole Richard has a modern solution of the problem. The designer is about to launch a modern handbag with a built-in charger for her phone.

In the women’s bags have so many things from cosmetics, keys, documents, phones to even chargers that make the chaos inside even bigger. That’s why, the experts decided to put an end of this mess in women’s bags, by creating a built-in charger in them.

The bag is in elegant white color and has a “secret pocket” where the device is embedded. Outside, the bag also will have a stylish indicator, so when you receive a call, while charging the phone, it will begin to flash.

The bag will hit the market in the end of spring 2012. Its creators explained that their aim was to make fashionable accessory that combines both the new trends and new technologies.

Say goodbye to the “low battery”.

Source: GirlsTalkAbout

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