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KIS Bag - The Patented Self Closing Bag

A project in Bristol, UK by Elemental Product Design

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A unique bag that keeps all your personal possessions safe and secure by closing itself automatically every time. Patent Pending.
Backers: 227
Average Pledge Per Backer: £36

Funded: £8,198 of £8,000
Dates: Jul 19th -> Aug 18th (30 days)
Project By: Elemental Product Design
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Latest News

Final 24 Hours

August 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, I hope you're all as excited as we are!! 96% funded with mere hours to go at £7,658 and only £342 away from putting the KIS Bag into production. Exciting times. A huge thank you to everyone who has joined us on this journey. It is... (Read More)

Nearly There

August 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, So we are entering into our final few days and things are getting very exciting! £6,346 raised and 79% of the way to achieving our £8,000 goal. Thank you so much for getting us to this stage!! We just wanted to drop you all this... (Read More)

Half Way Stage

August 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, We are now officially half way through our campaign and are only just shy of 40% funded with over £3,000 being raised. Obviously, a bit behind the pace to beat our target, but there is still plenty of time and loads more to come. ... (Read More)

Thank you - 100 Backers!

July 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, We can't thank you enough for your support so far. Thank you for all your messages, shares, likes, post, emails, tweets, blogs and most importantly - pledges.  1 week down, 100 backers and we are 25% of the way to our target. We are... (Read More)

New self-closing KIS bag on Kickstarter may mean you never get ‘dipped’ again

July 26th - via: metro.co.uk
Ever experienced ‘dipping’? No, not a newfangled sex move – it’s when some thieving sod decides to help themselves to your handbag when your head is turned. And some geniuses on Kickstarter have invented a way to stop it. (Read More)


July 23rd - via: ceriselle.org
In standard acronym terms, KISS stands for keep it simple, stupid. In terms of this bag however, KIS stands for keep it safe. (Read More)

The KIS Bag Keeps Belongings Safe While On-the-Go (VIDEO)

July 23rd - via: trendhunter.com
The KIS Bag cleverly closes on its own, ensuring that users don't have to remember to do up a zipper every time they reach for their purse. (Read More)

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