Friday, February 20th, 2009
After all my blabbing and the “I’m so excited” hoopla I’ve been going on and on about and draining your ears and eyes with, our diabetes messenger bags and D-Mates are finally here in all their complete glory.
Yes folks the last component to our Switch Me Messenger bag the D-mate clutch arrived today and it couldn’t have come at a better time. And I can personally attest to all the painstaking work our contractors were busily doing, at times working into the wee crack of dawn hours to help us get these babes out to you guys.
I’m so greatful for all that they have done for us, and that I can now share what we’ve been working on for so long with you. A stylish, modern and of course functional bag that can totally change the way it looks just by ‘switching out’ the designer flaps.
And because it is anyway, a messenger bag for pwd, the D-Mate Clutch is what will set our messengers apart from other diabetes bags. Not to mention that once you buy your Switch Me Messenger, you’re D-Mate clutch is included and all you have to do then is grab some flaps. Which I will tell you now that while there is only 4 available currently, we have over 21 designs lined up to be trickled out — gotta keep you thirsty for more and coming back!
What we’ve set out to accomplish when designing this messenger was to create a diabetes bag that could:
1) We wanted our messenger bag to be useeful to many different people thriving, living and loving somone with with diabetes. Like parents of little diabetics, busy errand runners, daily commuters, corporate motivators, and/or anyone who wants a bit of modern style with their diabetes messenger bag.
2) A bag that could be used by both men and women with the right designer features and elements. Hence the idea to switch the flap to allow a masculine look or a feminine look.
3) And lastly (but not really) a way to stretch your budget a bit so that you can keep your bag fresh and full of life without scouring for a costly bag every time you get a crazy whim to do so. One that will satisfy all of your needs to keep your supplies organized and always close at hand, but look good while doing so. It also needed to be easily luggable(is that a word?) when completely full but not look like you’re carrying the kitchen sink, when in reality you just might be.
We think we’ve accomplished these very important points that people with diabetes have expressed to us over the past year and a few more we can’t think of now, but are sure you’ll let us know once you get one for yourself.
So enough with the gibber jabber. Go look for yourself!