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‘Battle of the bulge’ solved with Perfect Fit Button

BY Allison Cerra

FAIRFIELD, N.J. Need a quick fix for pants that just don’t fit right? Look no further than the Perfect Fit Button, an innovative new product that helps prolong the comfortable fit of pants, jeans or skirts by creating an easy way to adjust the waistband.

Made by TeleBrands, the company behind such products as storage solution Shoes Under and PedEgg, the Perfect Fit Button is the newest way to get pants and skirts to fit without having to spend extra money. It retails for $9.99 for a set of eight.

Visit PerfectFitButton.com for more information.

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JumpStart Dual makes retail debut

BY Allison Cerra

AVENEL, N.J. Digipower, a division of Mizco International, has introduced a portable AC adapter with a built–in rechargeable battery back-up.

The JumpStart Dual, available at retailers nationwide for $49.99, provides mobile device enthusiasts with two powerful products in one solution. Designed to support mobile phones, MP3 and other portable devices, JumpStart Dual comes with two USB ports for simultaneously charging two devices, built-in short circuit, over-charge, and temperature protection; a two-step LED display that shows both charge status and battery life; power on/light function, an emergency flashlight, and a 5V USB output.

“JumpStart Dual combines power and innovation in one portable solution and that’s the philosophy that drives our entire product development program,” said Digipower president Maurice Mizrahi. “There is no other portable power device currently on the market that combines an AC adapter with a built-in rechargeable battery back-up. JumpStart Dual is designed to meet all of the power requirements of today’s power hungry consumers.”

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Kodak looks to capture wedding bliss

BY Allison Cerra

ROCHESTER, N.Y. Kodak is looking to make weddings even more memorable with the launch of its new line of single-use cameras.

Two new Kodak wedding single use cameras — available in red and blue — and bachelorette edition in teal, were launched with the help of wedding website TheKnot.com. Additionally, an exclusive edition of the camera — Forever Floral — only can be found on the site.

The new camera will be available at a special introductory price of $5.99.

“2010 is a year of the fun, modern bride, so Kodak has introduced these four new camera designs to reflect the personality of today’s brides and complement almost any color scheme,” said Therese Corrigan-Bastuk, worldwide marketing director, film capture, paper and output systems, Eastman Kodak Co. “The stylish new designs for the new line of single use wedding cameras make for great looking cameras that provide great looking pictures by using high quality 800-speed Kodak film, making it easy to capture and share all of your Kodak moments.”

For more ordering information, please visit http://tinyurl.com/knotkodakcameras.

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