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Exeed bags exclusive NZ distribution of Italian brand

14 Aug 13

Exeed has become the exclusive New Zealand distributor of Italian brand Tucano.

The maker of unique notebook and tablet accessories in a range of vibrant colours and styles that suit business people, Exeed MD Justin shed light on the deal, saying:

"[Tucano products] are designed to carry digital devices so have all the usual padding and sleeves you would expect and they look amazing," he says.

“We are building a strong IT accessory business at exeed and have been looking for brands that give our customers something that is a little bit different and unique.

"Tucano accessories are Italian designed, exceptional quality, and come in a range of colours to suit all tastes.

"We are very excited to bring these products to New Zealand."

Tucano has been selling its stylish, but functional, accessories for over 27 years worldwide according to Tye.

Exeed has chosen to distribute a selection of the range including bags, totes and satchels made from Italian leather, plus a range of brightly coloured backpacks plus sleeves and small briefcases.

“Tucano strive to create the perfect bag for all devices and their leather bags really stand out in the NZ market," he says.

“The natural grain is enriched with wax, offers resistance, softness and a unique sensation at the touch. Everyone that sees their bags wants one”.

Tucano accessories are currently available from JB Hi-Fi and JR Duty Free stores.

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