Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
As airlines economize, seat sizes dwindle and the options for storage in the cabin are slim. Trying to reach gear under the seats, fumbling for loose items in the germy seatback pocket, or rummaging through the overhead bin can be difficult, inconvenient, and annoying. How can travelers store carry-on items so that they can be accessed easily?
Meet TAB: The seatback pocket organizer handsomely designed to hold everything travelers need to access right from their seat. Whether flying, riding rails or cruising in the back seat of a car, TAB helps you to maximize personal space.
TAB is efficient. It includes two distinct seatback attachment options; SnapStraps are snappable straps that connect TAB to the tray table legs, and SmartFlap is a magnetized outer flap that secures TAB to the seatback pocket. SmartFlap, a signature feature of TAB, is designed with bright details that alert you to grab your TAB when deplaning.
TAB is flexible. Configure TAB to with two removable insert bags, six device sized interior spaces, a zippered document pocket, repositionable straps and hooks, and a mini SIM card slot.
TAB is handsome. With premium fabric, stunning colors, and a thin design sized to fit most seatback pockets, TAB combines beauty with functionality. It will be launching in two versatile styles: the sporty TAB:Messenger, and the chic TAB:ZipSleeve.
Dressing up for business or down for vacation, TAB is tailored to accompany anyone fed up with cramped modern travel.
Grab TAB, and together, we can win the battle for space!
The Kickstarter campaign (http://kck.st/1J62nH7) ends on February 20, and has already received $9,000, 60% of the funding goal of $15,000. Spread the word, and help bring TAB to seatback pockets around the globe.
WALTER + RAY crafts premium, ultra-functional, space saving travel gear with a line of solutions that are stylish and smart. The company is launching in Spring 2015. Connect with WALTER + RAY (http://walterandray.com) at http://facebook.com/mywalterandray and http://twitter.com/mywalterandray.