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Vivick Announces Official Launch of Anti-Theft Backpack

January 06, 2012  | 

Vivick will introduce an anti-theft backpack at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The backpack will arrive in three models.

"Backpack theft is becoming a major issue in some of the larger cities around the world," says Andy Hu, president of Vivick. "Because of this, we have designed a new anti-theft backpack. It will help curb backpack theft, as well as give consumers peace of mind as they travel or go about their daily routine."

The Vivick anti-theft backpack is constructed of military-grade gauge nylon with an anti-slash material that prevents people from breaking through the fabric. The zipper on the backpack has also been designed with an added security measure, as it contains a built-in combination lock.

Additional details about the anti-theft backpack will be available online after the official launch at CES, which runs from Jan 10-13.

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