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8-INCH BEVERAGE BAG (MODEL 70020)     

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The 8-inch Beverage Bag, model 70020, is a caddy for attachment to wheelchairs designed to accommodate liquid containers, school or art supplies, and other items. The lined bag will holds 1 or 2 cans of soda or other drinks, sports bottles, and coffee mugs. Made of coated nylon, the caddy affixes to the wheelchair tubing with a 3-inch piece of adhesive Velcro strapping (included). The bag features a spring-action hex frame opening which can be opened by simply placing the fingers in the middle of the frame and popping the frame open. Closing the frame requires a push on the outside of the frame. Opening and closing of the frame does not require manual dexterity or strength. DIMENSIONS (WxDxH): 8 x 5.25 x 2.25 inches. COLOR: Royal blue, magenta, teal, grey, black, or burgundy. GUARANTEE: 90-day guarantee on materials and workmanship.

Notes: Velcro is a trademark of Velcro USA, Inc.

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This product record was updated on March 18, 2003.

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Creations in Space, Inc.

415 NW North St.
Pullman, Washington 99163
United States
Telephone: 509-592-5753.
Fax: 509-332-0502.
Web: http://www.creationsinspace.com.
Email: Bags@CreationsinSpace.com.


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