Simple Satch, a stylish, hands-free infection resistance kit that gives back, launched by Corinne Daniels, a registered nurse on the frontlines, Susie Levitt, a product expert, and Chaiah Delouya, a fashion designer and mom of three, while in quarantine. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Simple Satch, which launched on June 15th, makes hygienic essentials functional, stylish, and convenient, all while giving back and empowering women to face the new normal, and beyond, with confidence. Designed to stash proper hygienic essentials and personal items, the sleek Simple Satch belt bag is the ultimate hands-free safety kit. Featuring a patent-pending rubber port located on the exterior, sanitation wipes can be pulled through the outside of the bag, making wiping a breeze. The bags also have a unique zipper pocket to securely hold antibacterial wipes, helping keep them moist. The hands-free design makes good hygiene effortless, all while helping resist contamination to the interior compartment and personal belongings.
Dedicated to positively impacting those in need, 10% of sales on simplesatch.com go directly to the customer’s charity of choice. By teaming up with Givz, a company that simplifies the giving experience, customers have a turnkey option at the end of checkout to donate 10% of their purchase to more than 1.6 million charities, including The Child Mind Institute, City Harvest, and amFAR, Simple Satch’s charity partners. The Simple Starter Kit retails for $50 and includes the belt bag with the patent pending hidden, yet convenient, dispenser, in addition to a pack of antibacterial wipes, alcohol-based hand sanitizer, and a non-medical grade face mask and filter. The Simple Satch belt bag is also sold separately for $38.
Masks are available in a variety of colors including blush, grey, black, camo, and a bandana print, with more to be unveiled in the coming months. Only non-medical grade masks are used to keep medical grade masks available for the brave frontline heroes who need it most. Antibacterial sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer are also available to purchase separately. I have to say these are the most comfortable masks I have tried to date. Not too thick, I was easily able to breathe. And I love that they are adjustable at the ears.
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