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Micro Scooter Luggage Helps Make Airports Less Boring, More Dangerous

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Airports aren’t much fun, especially if your flight is delayed or you are rushing to make a connecting flight. That’s one of the reasons why this scooter luggage looks pretty cool. You can scoot around, with a coffee in one hand and making your way through the sea of people sauntering slowly to their gates.

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Micro Scooter Luggage was developed by Kickboard in collaboration with Samsonite and has a hard-side construction. Its 26L capacity and folding handle make it an approved carry-on. But its main feature is the three-wheeled, folding scooter board attached to the bottom of the bag.

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I don’t know what the TSA will say about this thing, and how they’ll respond when you scoot up to security – probably with a full cavity search, but it looks like a smart and fun idea anyhow.

It costs $249.99(USD) and is available at the Kickboard’s US website, or on Amazon.

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