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Scanner: Easy solutions

| Updated on February 09, 2011 Published on December 22, 2010

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VIP Industries has announced the launch of VIP Shuttle, a new range of business bags designed exclusively for frequent fliers. Priced between Rs 3,000 and Rs 5,500, the range has three distinct varieties of business travel bags. Trolleys have separate sections for business (laptop + cables) needs and personal needs (clothes and toiletries) eliminating the need to carry two bags. Backpacks have handles placed on the spine which allow users to hold and carry them. Satchels open up to fill all business and personal needs and close up for a compact look.

Your accomplice



Britannia Industries has introduced Vita Marie Gold positioned as a ‘tea time health accomplice'. Described as low-fat and cholesterol-free, the biscuits are claimed to be made of 58 per cent cereal, milk protein and 10 essential vitamins. It is priced Rs 15 for a pack of 140 gm while 68 gm is priced Rs 5.

Sugar-free



Unibic has launched sugar-free cookies in three flavours – Butter, Cashew and Oatmeal. They claim to manage extreme swings in blood sugar levels. Available at all major supermarkets, pharmacies and other stores, a 67 gram pack is priced Rs 25.

Winter smoother



Hindustan Unilever has launched the Vaseline Total Moisture 24 Hour Moisturising Cream. It contains milk, honey, vitamin E and glycerine and is claimed to be a one-stop solution to all winter problems. A 7 gm sachet costs Rs 5, 20 gm tube costs Rs 22 and 40 gm tube costs Rs 38.

Luxe loos



Hindware, to commemorate its golden jubilee, has launched the Cornice collection. It includes EWCs and washbasins. There is a water-saving dual flush and a ‘Germi Clean' ceramic surface for effortless cleaning and hygiene. Prices range from Rs 5,950 for an over-counter wash basin to Rs 1.32 lakh for a massage tub.

Published on December 22, 2010

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