Not sure if you noticed but airports are getting bigger. And while a carry-on suitcase is usually not heavy since there is a limit to how much it can pack and also it can be towed, it can make walking a little more inconvenient. But that will not be the case with the Airwheel Rideable …
Remember the new kind of suitcase that can be collapsed to the thickness of a book for easy storage? Well, here’s another but this time, it is from Japan’s ladder maker, Pika Corporation, and it is not just any old suitcase. It can be used as a toolbox and it’s an officially licensed product of …
The problem with suitcases is obvious: they consumed a lot of space when not in use. There’s a way around this. You can reclaim some of the space it takes by storing stuff in it (the suitcase), or you could look to Jollying Pebble, a suitcase that can be “flattened”.
On June 1, Razer announced over Twitter a collaboration with travel gear/luggage maker TUMI. Yes. Not even a proper press release which is strange. The TUMI X Razer Collection, which is limited to just 1,337 pieces, went on sale on June 3. It was sold out on the 15.
The modern MINI is clearly not as mini as its forebear. However, its trunk space still leaves much to be desired, to a point that you probably cannot be sure what suitcase can fit in it.
Traveling is an imaginable thing to do at this point. But that does not stop Peugeot and Samsonite from going ahead with announcing their co-branded carry-on suitcase.
Traveling may not be a thing now, but there’s no harm getting yourself prepared for times when things are back to norm. Speaking of which, TUMI has taken the wrap off the brand’s new premium capsule luggage and travel collection inspired by McLaren.
What kind of business are you in that requires to work even while waiting for your flight? That’s super cruel, but who am I to judge, right? If you really need to make airport your makeshift office, make sure you are geared up with a suitcase like the high-tech Samsara Next Gen Suitcase to do …
Luggage that charges your gadgets is nothing new. They are just glorified, oversized power bank that happen to have space for clothes and stuff. The Rollogo Escape S Smart Carry-on Luggage, however, is not those gadget-charging suitcases; it is literally a self-charging mobile office.
This is The Six, the latest suitcase from young suitcase maker, G-RO. What makes The Six special is not fancy gizmo built into it. In fact, it has none of those. What it has to offer is an awesome, well-thought out design that promised to make traveling with your carry-on a less wrist-tormenting one.