New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
One of two new collections for holiday sales at Technuity, maker of Jeep-brand A/V bags, is called Metropolis. Available in two-tone black, blue or ochre, the collection is made of 420 denier nylon with a double polyurethane coating for superior water resistance.
The Jeep Metropolis DigiPouch1 is a digital camera bag that features reinforced bottoms, adjustable and removable wrist strap and internal pockets. It is available in a variety of water repellant fabrics for a suggested $12.99 retail.
The DigiPouch3 is a digital camera bag larger than the DigiPouch1 at $14.99.
Also from the Metropolis collection is the Jeep DigiPouch SLR case, which includes a top zipper to allow quick and easy access to the inside. Also included for a suggested $34.99 are multiple storage pockets for additional items, inside and out.
The Jeep Metropolis 12 CD/DVD sun visor case, at a suggested $19.99 retail, accompanies the 48 CD/DVD model at $24.99.
A second collection for the upcoming holiday, called Elements, includes the Jeep line of A/V bags that features the gear essential for protection valuable camera equipment. Bags, available in earth colors, include DigiPouch VS for $9.99 suggested retail, DigiPouch Midi for $14.99, media carrying case at $24.99, SLR case at $29.99, Bag S for $39.99, and Backpack S at $49.99.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.