Bringpack is an Energy Saving Convenience that Makes Moving Bulky Objects Easy and Pain-free

Everyone has struggled with carrying bulky objects, whether it is children lugging sports gear to school, shoppers hauling in groceries, or simply homeowners taking laundry up and down stairs. A new product called the Bringpack now eliminates the hassle and back pain involved in these activities. Designed by Paul Christian McDonald, the Bringpack is a light, durable carrying basket that can be used like a backpack. With two comfy shoulder straps and voluminous carrying capacity, the Bringpack allow users to move bulky objects greater and past obstacles with ease and comfort.

The Bringpack is made from polyester and steel which ensures long lasting rugged construction with a carrying capacity of 15 pounds. They are also available in a number of colors and can be customized with images through permanent sublimation printing. The Bringpack come in two sizes: Regular (14 in x 14 in x 22 in) and Small (10 in x 10 in x 15 in). Most importantly, a Bringpack folds up into an easy to carry and lightweight small pack when not in use, which makes it ideal for trips to the store, storage in the car, or use on outdoor adventures.

The Bringpack has already been fully designed with a limited number of versions already sold and distributed, but this ingenious product still needs to secure funding to make it the mass market success it promises to be. To raise the funds necessary to mass produce the Bringpack, Paul Christian McDonald has sponsored a campaign on Kickstarter. Financial contributors may receive one or more Bringpacks in return for their generous support.

To learn more about the Bringpack or to make a financial pledge, please visit:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/537936083/making-more-bringpacks.

Media Contact
Company Name: Making more bringpacks
Contact Person: Paul Christian McDonald
Email: paulchristianmcdonald@gmail.com
Country: United States
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/537936083/making-more-bringpacks