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So, What's it all about?!
What does it look like?
It's a purse with 2 pockets. It has a strap that slips snuggly onto your wrist.
Ok, but what can it do for me?
It will hold your smartphone, cash, key and other essentials so you can be HANDSFREE!!
Perfect for popping to the shops, a night on the town, a walk, a run a cycle, a coffee...
Yep, it's about to change your life!!...
The Wrist Pocket Purse has all of the great features of the Original with some added extras:
- it fits the larger phone such as the iPhone Plus
- horizontal purse opening for easy access.
- individual compartments for credit cards
- separate compartment for notes and coins.
- extra strap for security
Designed in Co.Waterford, Ireland
Check out the video for a close up
Hi, that's me... Susan Furniss Radley, creator of Dust + Rock and The Wrist Pocket. This photo was taken at the regional finals of Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur. I was 9 months pregnant and looking pretty smug with myself... until 2 days later, when I was disqualified for being too OLD!!! - morto! Anyway, moving swiftly on...
I designed the Wrist Pocket after backpacking around South America in 2010. It would have made life so much easier and safer had I had it for travelling. A local seamstress stitched my design for me. I wore it everywhere, it replaced every handbag. I was stopped when out and about asking where I had bought it...
Role on 10 years later after initial design concept... I was a commercial pilot, mom of 2 small boys (now 3 boys!) and took a huge leap of fate, handed in my notice and went about bringing The Wrist Pocket to market. It's been a whirlwind adventure, studying design, business and marketing. An adventure full of prototypes, fabrics, zips - a long long way from my career in aviation!
When I'm not busy sneaking into competitions or parenting 3 crazy boys, I'll be outdoors. One of my favourite things to do here in Dungarvan, Co.Waterford is sea swimming (more like a dip!) or cycling (on my High Nelly, not a racer!)