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The Anti-Theft Backpack Perfect For Travel

A super safe backpack that will save travellers from thieves has arrived!  

The Presli Voyager backpack will stop bag snatching, pick-pockets, and mobile thieves robbing innocent tourists.

Backpacks are often the “untended” target, as they allow easy access to pockets without the owner even being aware, but the Presli Voyager has solved this. It has been designed to smartly positioning the anti theft, reverse design zippers, to sit snugly against your back, and it is entirely made from slash-proof and water resistant material. 

Business travellers will love the padded pocket for their MacBook Pro (up to 15”), multiple pen slots, business card pockets, and a pouch for A4 documents to store unfolded.  An external water bottle pocket, and two zipped pockets forward on the shoulder straps are for easily accessible, and secure stowage of credit cards, transport passes or an office access swipe card.

Added smart features are an easy to find key clip, two internal zipper pockets, for safe storage of passports and wallet, a convenient ‘grab and go’ handle, and all enclosed in a smart corporate look, black or navy fabric.  

The backpack is voluminous at 20 litres, but measures just, 45cm high, 29cm wide and 15 cm deep, well within worldwide cabin baggage requirements, generally 56cm x 40cm x 25cm.

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“I noticed that there were plenty of fashionable, up-market, and clever backpacks out in the market, but none incorporated any anti-theft designs. I decided to fill this void in the market and design my own anti-theft backpack, based on the needs of today’s modern travellers,” said founder and CEO of Presli, Marcus Holmquist-Pollock. 

 Presli Voyager is the first product in Presli’s lineup of premium bags, which was successfully funded through the popular crowd-funding website Kickstarter. 

 “This is just the beginning. We are absolutely thrilled with how the Voyager turned out, so have 2 new bag designs which will be available later this year. The Presli Voyager was aimed at students, travellers, and commuters, while the new products will cover a much broader market,” Marcus continued. 

An extraordinary response to the Kickstarter campaign saw Marcus overseeing every aspect of production in January this year, in Guangzhou China, modifying and tweaking the final version of the newly minted Presli Voyager.

 Presli accepts PayPal and credit card. Australian customers can expect their bag in 2-5 business days, while international orders take approximately 6 business days till delivery.

Purchase the Presli Voyager, in navy or black, online direct at http://www.presli.co/

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