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.
We have seen a number Paul Smith-touched products, but this latest collab has to be the most minimal by the British fashion design. What you see here are Paul Smith + BRAUN Wrist Watch and Clocks.
If you consider yourself a prepper and travels quite bit, well then you will want to check out the Visivo x ARAMID ARMOUR Billfold Wallet from leather goods maker Filippo Morato.
The primary function of a flashlight is to shine. Some has additional functions like window breaker, but Nextool has taken many steps further with its line of multi-purpose survival flashlight.
If only Steve Carell’s character, Evan Baxter had a small enough shaver like the EVO Shaver with him, he would have saved himself from the awkward situation of overgrowth facial hair at the meeting.
Traveling with gadgets entails a few things like, you know, travel adapter, power brick, power bank and given how today’s laptop lack of ports, maybe even a USB hub. It can be pretty overwhelming. This is what Shenzhen-based company, ZIRUX aimed to solve with ZIRUS Charger X.
Planning an extended vacation can be a stressful experience, but if done right, then you stand to enjoy a couple of weeks away from a healthy life in your destination of choice. All of that stress can come crashing in again during your trip if you suddenly realize that you forgot to stock up on …
There are fancy, high-tech suitcases and regular, affordable suitcases, and then there are suitcases designed by those who use it almost every single day. So, who do you trust? Obviously, the latter. I mean, a person, such as an airline pilot, couldn’t be more qualify to say what makes a good suitcase, right?