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72 PRODUCT GUIDE PSI Journal 3/2016 www.psi-network.de VERSATILE RECYCLING-CREATIONS Known for its versatile recycling-creations out of airline material Austrian trend label Flug zeug created the new SLEEVE+ for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in exclusive cooperation with Microsoft. It covers the surface, which is tablet and laptop all in one. Flug zeug uses decommissioned life vests from different airplanes for the outside of the sleeve, a lining on the inside offers perfect protection for the tablet. The red blowtube, which was originally used to inflate the life vest, is now a chic pen holder. The lid has a magnetic closure and can be opened by pulling the legendary “pull to inflate”-anchor. All Flug zeug products can be (co-)branded with text and/or logo of your customer. PSI 49626 • Flug zeug • Tel +43 664 9294099 cockpit@flug-zeug.at • www.flug-zeug.at PACKING COMFORTABLY The high-quality Comfort three-part travel bag in 600 D nylon from Lehoff consists of a trolley suitcase, a shopper and a cosmetics bag. The trolley suitcase is foldable for practical stowing. The extendable and steplessly adjustable telescopic handle ensures easy handling. The carry handle and all-round zipper complete the trolley suitcase’s functions. Inside there is a large main compartment with a luggage lashing strap along with a further zipped compartment. The versatile shopper has two inner pockets and a zipped pocket and can be closed with a practical magnetic clasp. The cosmetics bag with carry strap has three inner pockets, offering plenty of room for all kinds of cosmetics. PSI 41259 • Lehoff Im- und Export GmbH • Tel +49 40 529607-0 info@lehoff.de • www.lehoff.de

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