EUME’s Range Of Massaging Backpacks Designed To Alleviate Tension and Stress

Meet the everyday backpack capable of effectively reduce your tension and stress when commuting or going about your daily routine.

Imagine a backpack capable of massaging you. It sounds a bit farfetched, but the thing is EUME has found a way of turning an everyday backpack into a back massager. The bag is capable of effectively reduce your tension and stress when commuting or going about your daily routine.

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Launched on Kickstarter, EUME has so far successfully raised £14,787 of the original £11,379 goal, thanks to 117 backers. With 23 days still to go, EUME is offering backers either the Classic Pack, Daily Pack or the Travel Pack. All bags have been designed with an integrated battery pack, and come with an inbuilt massager, USB charging ports, anti-theft protection, ample storage space, rain covers, and hidden compartments for valuables.

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On the functional range of backpacks designed to help you alleviate the stress of carrying a heavy load, Naina Parekh, Co-Founder, EUME, said “We are thrilled to have this successful start of the campaign. However, we don’t want to stop here. We want our patent pending massager backpacks to reach masses and create a revolution. Our line of backpacks is specially designed to alleviate back pain, reduce stress on the muscles and be sleek and cool at the same time.”

Starting from $99.00 (original cost $169.00), for the EUME Classic Pack, you can also grab the Daily Pack for $159.00 or the Travel Pack for $179.00. Discounts for multibuys are also available. Estimated delivery is December 2018.

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