It’s not every day that arguably the most iconic motorcycle brand partners up with one of the finest tech accessories. But when they do, you know you’re in for something big.
Targus, the provider of PC and laptop supplements, has launched a collaboration with Harley-Davidson of Singapore in a one-off affair that will appeal to younger Singaporeans who typically commute on two wheels. Their collab gave birth to a special edition Targus X Harley-Davidson 2019 Iron 883.
The special edition Iron 883 comes in a brand-spanking (quite literally, in this case) new paint job on the fuel tank, which sports a camouflage design bearing the “T” and “H” initials of both Targus and Harley-Davidson respectively.
For the uninitiated, the Harley-Davidson 2019 Iron 883 is part of the Sportster range of their bikes. They’re typically designed to be a quick and nimble way to get around, but look just as badass when cruising along the urban streets of Singapore.
In conjunction with the limited-edition Iron 883, Targus also launched their new CityLite Pro Collection to complement the new chopper. These tech backpacks are designed to be slim, compact and secure, while being able to house a ton of work gear such as your laptop, tablet and phone. Plus, they’re water-resistant, so they make really good companions for commuting on bikes.
To cap off the collab launch, there will be a Top Spender Reward contest for Singaporeans who buy Targus products during this period to stand a chance to win the limited edition Targus X Harley-Davidson 2019 Iron 883, which is worth a whopping S$29,999. The contest ends on October 12, 2019.
Harley-Davidson is no slouch when it comes to collabs, as we’ve recently seen in their teamup with LEGO, which has produced arguably one of the finest Expert Creator series sets of this year.
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