Carry-on or Full-size Luggage? Fugu is Both in a One-piece, Expandable System

Frequent travelers have one thing in common: debating whether to bring a small suitcase like a carry-on, or a larger one that will need to be checked in. Carry-on is fine, so long as what’s inside remains the same throughout your trip, but you and I both know, it is kind of hard and more […]

Bluesmart – Now Your Suitcase is Smarter Than You Think It Is

Suitcase designs have not quite evolved. Sure, you see some fancy ones that can take the torment of bull runs and stuff like that, but generally, they haven’t quite catch up with the connected world, have they? Actually, yes and it all starts with the Bluesmart Bluetooth Suitcase, the luggage that’s going to change how […]

Weighing Handle Tells You If Your Suitcase Is Overweight

beside forgetting what you should be bringing when checking into a flight, the next pre-flight nightmare would probably be overweight luggages. with that in mind, French designer Selma Durand came up with a brilliant concept, aptly dubbed Weighing Handle, that will save you the trouble and embarrassment of repacking overweight suitcase in a public domain […]

Danish Fuel Repurposed Jerry Cans

whether you are a fan of vintage WWII stuff or just want to spruce up your pad with uniquely different and novel items, the Danish Fuel Repurposed Jerry Cans will be more than fit the bill. each Danish Fuel Jerry Cans are repurposed by hand in Denmark, resulting in a one-of-a-kind example.

TUMI Tegra-Lite Continental Carry-on Luggage

ruggedness don’t always means a brawl-ish look. the TUMI Tegra-Lite Continental Carry-on Luggage is one good example. made from Tegris, a revolutionary polypropylene thermoplastic composite material used applications such as lifesaving armor (aka bulletproof vest), NASCAR race cars and protective gear for

Crash Baggage: why worry? it is already crashed

so you have your spanking new luggage checked in and you couldn’t help but to imagine the worst that the baggage handlers would do to it? our advice: get a suitcase that has already been ‘crash’ and stop all that worry right there, right then and enjoy your flight. in a twist of a design, the luggages in the Crash Baggage