The primary objective of the cases is to keep inhalers completely clean no matter where they are kept, often in bags and pockets. Great attention has also been paid to making the cases look appealing. The new design of case is the first to come in two different sizes and also the first to fit many of the generic, non-branded inhalers often prescribed as replacements.
The cases have been designed by Guy Thornhill, a lifelong asthmatic and chartered engineer with over 10 years of product design experience. They use a magnetic closure that removes the need for a hinge and keeps the contents of the case completely sealed from outside.
When a user requires their inhaler, the case can be quickly and easily opened and the device removed and used. The operation of the inhaler is in no way affected by storing the device in the case.
The cases have a high specification and appeal to all markets, young to senior, male and female. Although they have been designed specifically for asthma inhalers, there has been interest in the products as a neat new design of case. Not wanting to miss out, the cases are being used for storing many different things from sweets to coins.
At the time of release, the products have just gone on general sale through the internet and a wide range of retail options are currently being explored. Further product information and the products themselves are available on the dedicated website.
Respire Cases at www.respirecases.com
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Tel: +44 (0)1332 368993