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www.psi-network.de PSI Journal 11/2016 PSI 48311 g Tel +49 9201 70129 anja.deroni@sigikid.de • www.sigikid.com https://www.psiproductfinder.de/ytkxmg Cuddly protector The cheerful guardian angels from sigikid go through thick and thin with their owners. They dry all tears and put a smile on the face of their new owner. The beginning of a long friendship! There are several ways to apply a logo or slogan on a sigikid product. Depending on the desired order quantity, this can be done using either a sewn-in label, an attached label or a scarf. Not only for professionals A phase tester like the one supplied by the company Hardenbruch should not only be in the tool box of specialists, but also of hobby craftsmen. The products are VDE-GS and CE certified and can be used in the voltage range from 125 to 250 volts. The handle is made from high-impact plastic which ensures a long advertising and service life. The white main body (handle) is ideally suited for multi-colour printing with special Pantone colours. PSI 41847 • Hardenbruch Tel +49 5551 4069360 info@hardenbruch.de • www.hardenbruch.de ht Useful bag Where should you store the wheel screws after changing the wheel? Simply place them into the Igro screw bag with its handy drawstring. All important bolts or screws are thus kept on hand for the next wheel change. Clever idea: A section of the imprint has been left blank for the customer’s name or the registration number. Simply enter it with a felt pen. This eliminates any confusion. The screw bag is made of strong cotton, washable, measures approx. 18 x 19.5 cm in size and is available without printing or custom printed. This neat and inexpensive solution will appeal to customers. 77

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