Slatebag Popular Among Students, Brings Back Childhood Memories
Do you ever wish you could get your childhood toys back? Or somehow create functional adult versions of some of your favorite childhood memories? Jellio does just that. Anything you can dream up can be integrated into a functional interior design. One of the company’s newest products has become quite popular with students. The slatebag looks like an Etcha Sketch on the outside, but uses the dime store magic slate technology to create a writeable slate. Students can use the messenger bag to carry their supplies back and forth to class while creating a message on the outside of the bag.
“I love it”, says Jason, a college student at Victor Valley College. “I use it to write down where my band is playing. It’s like a walking advertisement instead of placing flyers all over campus, I walk around with my bag and everyone can see when and where we are playing next.”
Sonia, a dental student at Chaffey Community College says she uses it to write down study group reminders. “It’s a great way to jot something down really quick when I can’t find a pen and paper. I just pull the stylist out write down what I need and go.” She said she also likes that it reminds her of the Etcha Sketch her and her brother played with as children.
Jellio offers many other childhood memories turned into functional grown-up items. If you desire a Candy Land in your living room you can choose from cupcake chairs and tables, to candy filled tables, and gummybear lights. Or create a custom design that is just yours. For more information you can check out the Jellio website at: http://jellio.com/index.html
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