Would you like to know where your school satchel is being produced, how McNeill satchels provide more road safety, how important ergonomic carrying systems for school satchels are, and what you can do to protect your back? Then you've come to the right place! In our FAQs, we answer more questions about our products.
Satchels compliant with DIN 58124 provide more safety and visibility on the way to school with. All McNeill satchels shown here are manufactured and tested according to this standard. McNeill offers 5 different designs in the models ERGO Light COMPACT flex, ERGO Light PLUS, and ERGO Light 912 S.
Only school satchels that have the following characteristics meet DIN standard 58124:
- At least 10 percent of the respective visibility area on the front and on each side have retro-reflective trimming. This draws attention in the dark.
- Increased visibility is additionally achieved by trimming the satchel in fluorescent orange or yellow. According to DIN 58124, at least 20 percent of the respective visible area must have this safety feature.