Fingerprint or Keypad Required for Access into the Purse
Electronic Buckles Hold Purse Securely in Place Until Unlocked
Motion Sensor and Alarm
Story Behind the Invention
Inventors Robert E. Anderson, Jr. and Kristy Anderson of Las Vegas, NV have created a purse with enhanced security features. Purse snatching is a sad reality. When a purse is stored in a locker, cabinet, or drawer, it is fair game for thieves. However, even a purse at home can be stolen by friends or other houseguests. A purse is a goldmine for a thief. Not only does a purse contain money and credit cards, but also identification cards, licenses, a phone, and more. Robert and Kristy just knew there had to be a way to keep purses more secure. In turn, they were inspired to develop Power to the Purse!The invention is a stylish bag with security features. When locked, it requires a fingerprint or keypad to control access to the interior. Electronic buckles hold the purse securely in place until you unlock them with the same smart tech. Made of a cut-resistant material, it has its own motion sensor and alarm to deter thieves and snoops. Plus, a built-in GPS makes it easy to track the purse if it is misplaced or stolen.Want to learn more about Power to the Purse? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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