We’re excited to see this enthusiastic response from the public, which shows that there is a huge void in the market for functional beach bags.
Chicago, Ill. (PRWEB) April 26, 2016
Just three weeks since launching, consumers have embraced Dezzio helping the innovative beach bag raise more than 200% of its crowdfunding goal. Dezzio has created a beach bag that’s unlike anything in the market.
Dezzio is designed to keep smartphones, wallets, sunglasses, valuables and all personal items at the beach sand and water free. With its optional built-in USB feature, DEZZIO makes sure your iphones, tablets and other electronics never run out of power.
“We’re excited to see this enthusiastic response from the public, which shows that there is a huge void in the market for functional beach bags,” said DEZZIO Co-Founder Aditi Agarwal.
The bag features a unique concealed sand-discharge mesh on the bottom that keeps sand -separated from items inside; a re-usable washable bag to keep wet items isolated from everything else; 10 separate pockets created for beach essentials including clothes, sunscreen, beach towels, wallets, tablets, smartphones, flip flops and personal items. There’s also a built-in protective case to keep sunglasses scratch-free, a key holder and an insulated cooler compartment along with a bottle opener.
DEZZIO comes in three styles and different sizes for men, women and families and is great at the beach and beyond – for all summer activities. DEZZIO is available for pre-order on Kickstarter with early-bird special pricing from $59. To pre-order visit:
DEZZIO LLC is a Chicago-based product design firm that creates innovative designs for fashion products to enhance the experience of the end-user. Co-founded by Aditi Agarwal, a fashion expert with an extensive experience in Fashion Technology and a Master’s in Fashion Marketing from ESMOD Paris, DEZZIO has launched the World’s First Functional Beach Bag on Kickstarter. Akshay Jain, Co-founder of DEZZIO, has a background in Investment Banking and is currently pursuing his MBA from the prestigious Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.