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Titan High-Roller Suitcase Combines Carry on and a Scooter Making Business Types Look Like Dorks

by Shane McGlaun

I will be the first to admit that getting around big airports is a massive pain in the rear. That is one of the main reasons why I never fly coupled with the fact that I always get stuck next to the 400-pound guy with a sweat problem. If you have to fly a lot, you may be interested in anything that makes getting around easier inside the airport.

A new suitcase concept has surfaced that is called the Titan High-Roller Suitcase. This bag combines your typical carryon suitcase with the type of scooter that my 9-year old rides everywhere. The idea is that you can fold the handle up, the rear wheel out and scoot yourself around the airport.


All I can say is if I see you in the airport riding this thing, don’t be offended if I laugh and point. My kids would be very impressed though. This would be an awesome suitcase for that flight attendant that popped out the slide and ran off with a beer not long ago. He could have totally ridden this thing down that slide and caught some air.

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