I wanted to design a bag that served a distinct purpose, but was also high quality and stylish looking. Incorporating the cooling system into the bag itself was key, to be able to carry heat-sensitive items, including medications.
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Scottsdale, AZ (Vocus) December 11, 2009
Spring and summer may herald the arrival of scorching temperatures, but the new Cool-It Caddy is waging a winning war against red-hot thermometers. Spending time on the fairway, tennis court, beach or playground no longer has to spell take-along meltdown thanks to this fashionable cosmetics bag’s patent-pending design. The Cool-It Caddy incorporates an integrated chemical coolant with lightweight insulation layers for freeze-and-go portability. That means Chapstick, lipstick, heat-sensitive medicines and snacks maintain their integrity under even the hottest conditions. What’s more, its sleek design makes the Cool-It Caddy small and convenient enough to slip inside purses, fanny packs, golf bags, backpacks and diaper bags.
When the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2010 took place September 10–17, 2009 in New York City, “TrendHunter” magazine was on the scene to scope out the upcoming trends. They discovered that “Spring 2010 accessories are channeling elements of the exotic.” That means style-conscious women across the country will find themselves “investing in something snaky like python or crocodile.” The recently debuted Cool-It Caddy is one step ahead of these trends.
Available in black woven, pink faux crocodile and zebra micro fiber designs, the Cool-It Caddy sports a fashion-forward edge. But unlike other trends that are in one season and out the rest, this chic feminine clutch will serve women for years to come. That’s because it’s not only fashionable; it’s also functional.
Deborah Vinci, Cool-It Caddy’s designer, explains, “I wanted to design a bag that served a distinct purpose, but was also high quality and stylish looking. Incorporating the cooling system into the bag itself was the key component to achieving that goal. The only other way I know to carry heat-sensitive items, including medications, is in a bulky ice chest or cooler, and personally, I’d rather look like I was golfing, not camping.”
Indeed, the Cool-It Caddy completely eliminates the need for messy and unwieldy ice packs or coolers, yet it packs a lot of power into its streamlined design. Contents stowed inside can survive up to five hours of extreme heat. That means frazzled moms, outdoor enthusiasts and even insulin-dependent diabetics can enjoy all the perks the warm weather has to offer without worrying about the sun-damage harm that will come to their personal belongings.
Fashion-conscious women who would like to avoid a disastrous meltdown this spring and summer can learn more about the Cool-It Caddy’s ingenious design online at http://www.Cool-ItCaddy.com. Interested media may arrange a meeting with company management by contacting dawn(at)avalon-pr.com or calling (512) 294-6218.
About Cool-It Caddy
Manufactured by Vinci Designs, LLC, the Cool-It Caddy is a high-quality fashionable clutch bag. Uniquely designed by Deborah Vinci, it implements a plurality of insulation layers and a chemical coolant to keep medicines, makeup and snacks icy cool under even the hottest outdoor conditions. Its patent-pending blueprint makes this cosmetic sports bag a must-have for every outdoor enthusiast. For more information on the Cool-It Caddy, please visit http://www.Cool-ItCaddy.com.