Fissato snaps up patent
September 10, 2003,
New York — The Fissato, a patented sheet with hidden snaps that can be connected to any blanket, quilt, bedspread or comforter, will debut during the New York Home Textiles Market, according to Louis Valentine, marketing director and inventor for Fissato Inc.
Intended to ensure the top sheet and blanket do not separate during the night, the Fissato is being introduced as a bed in a bag product in full through king sizes to specialty department stores retailing between $80 and $100. It is manufactured in China of 100 percent cotton.
The Fissato, which means "attached" in Italian, is currently available in 200-count ecru and soft blue.
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