- Pacsafe celebrated their 20th anniversary.
- They released their Fall/Winter 2018 collection.
- Kapuso stars attended the media launch.
Pacsafe has been helping people around the world to enjoy their travels for two decades. They have been at the forefront of innovating anti-theft carry solutions for all travellers. It all began in 1998 when two Australian travellers, Rob Schlipper and Magnus McGlashan, combined their love for travel and technology with a vision to help travellers’ peace of mind in knowing their gear is safe. Rob and Magnus chose a turtle as Pacsafe’s logo as a tribute to the sea creatures who navigate around the world with protective homes on their back. In 20 years, Pacsafe has earned multiple industry accolades for their innovative, consumer-focused designs.
Fall/Winter 2018 collection.
Pacsafe is available in 40 countries which includes the Philippines where it is currently on its 11th successful year. As a celebration, Pacsafe released 18 new styles for its Fall/Winter 2018 collection which includes backpacks to messenger bags and portable safes. Each product has a new style, a testament to how far the brand has come.
Pacsafe’s next 20 years.
Magnus and Rob looked forward to Pacsafe’s next twenty years as the leading maker of safe travel gear.
“Fueled by the spirit of constant innovation, we have steadily built a team dedicated to inventing ground-breaking carry solutions that keep people’s gear safe when they are on the go. We won awards for our technology, gathered more than 40 patents, and most importantly solved a whole range of security issues…
“Whether it’s bags that work as portable safes, backpacks that are easy to lock yet hard to break into, or wallets that help prevent RFID scan scams, it’s all designed to keep your mind at ease when out in the world, so you can do more, see more, and be more.”
A media launch was held on September 6, Thursday at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall. Television and radio personality Sam YG hosted the event as Kapuso stars attended.
Ashley Ortega and Juancho Trivino.