While essentially every other brand of high heel shoe attaches its heel to the shoe with nails, or nails and glue, we attach every heel with four screws.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 10, 2012
Camileon heels, which can be easily transformed from a 1 1/2 inch kitten heel to a soaring 3 1/4inch stiletto within a few seconds, give women two shoes in one. Made in Italy from the finest leathers, “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to finally provide their customers with the benefits of convenience, style and comfort - all in one shoe,” says Sean Flannery. Camileon’s revolutionary heel technology makes it possible for a shoe to adjust from a high-heeled position of 3¼" down to a 1½" low-heeled, walking-friendly shoe.
Camileon heels contain mechanisms that hold it into place for both the high heel and low heel positions and a stainless steel rod, which runs through the entire length of the heel. The portion of their heel that is stowed underneath the arch region of the shoe, when in the low heel position, is actually made out of aluminum. Additionally, every heel is coated with 6 coats of paint, resulting in a beautiful high-gloss finish. While essentially every other brand of high heel shoe attaches its heel to the shoe with nails, or nails and glue, we attach every heel with four screws.
Camileon Heel Technology, LLC holds patents in the following countries: Australia, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, China, Russia, Mexico A patent application has been filed in the following countries: United States of America, Korea, Brazil, Canada, Europe, India, Taiwan. The company is now looking for distributors and licensees in each market.
The remarkable accomplishment in the overall design and function of their shoes makes their shoes feel great in both the high and low heel positions. Adjusting Camileon Heels from high-to-low heel positions is accomplished in three easy steps: Step 1 Secure one hand around the top of the heel, while the other hand pulls straight down on the lower half of the heel to disengage it from its upright locked position. Step 2 Push forward on the lower portion of the heel until it stops moving and is stowed directly under the arch region of the shoe. Step 3 Push straight backward on the tip of the stowed heel until it is recessed slightly into the upper heel cavity and secured in its locked position.
The company is offering a one time opportunity to own a 2 in 1 Italian hand crafted shoe at unbelievable pricing (http://www.camileonheels.com).