We’ve all seen the “Many Bags Look Alike” signs at the airport luggage carousel. You could tie a colorful ribbon around your nondescript suitcase, but chances are somebody else on your flight had the same idea.
Most of the luggage we use is pretty basic. You just put your stuff in it, zip it up and head to the airport. Today, there are smart bags with tags on them to track them in the event they’re lost, but really, it’s all pretty much the same other than the tracking.
Are you tiredof dragging your suitcase everywhere? So was airline pilot Robert Lian. He was sick and tired of pulling his rolling luggage through airports with his hands like some animal. He wanted to be able to use both of his hands while walking with a roller bag, like an evolved human.
When traveling, chances are you pack quite a bit of stuff in your suitcases. Obviously this takes up a lot of space in your trunk or backseats. Well, the Roadster Seatback Luggage is unique because it uses the space directly behind one of your car’s seats for extra storage.
This smartly designed tri-fold garment bag hangs from your headrest, and gives you an extra 3 inches of storage for things like suits, shirts and other items that fold easily.
Lian-Li’s luggage-style PC-TU series PC cases have a rugged design and flip handle. The first two PC-TU models could fit only mini-ITX and mini-DTX motherboards, but the new PC-TU300 has enough room for mini-ATX and ATX boards.
If Darth Vader ever took a nice holiday to the rolling hills of Endor, he would need a suitably evil looking suitcase. He would definitely take this Darth Vader Rolling Luggage. It has a handle that slides out and four wheels that can move in any direction.
The Dark-Sided suitcase is designed to work in just about any carry-on situation and should fit in overhead bins.
Traveling is all about having fun, touring, and shopping until it’s time to pack up and go home. It’s then that you have to deal with the hassle of cramming all those souvenirs you bought into your little ol’ suitcase.
The Game Boy was an amazing portable gaming system back in the day. Who cares if it started off with a lack of color? We could play Mario and Zelda games anywhere. Your luggage goes with you everywhere too, so why not have some luggage that looks just like a Game Boy?
Luggage hasn’t changed much in the last few decades, but there’s hope on the horizon. How about having suitcases with built-in GPS that you will never lose again? I’d certainly consider that, since losing your luggage can certainly get painful at times.
Back in early January, we talked about the Trakdot luggage tracking device. At the time, we knew a lot of the details on the product with the exception of one of the most essential – when you could buy it.
Whenever you go on a plane and check your luggage, it always feels like a gamble. You might never see it again or it might be all banged up when you get it back, because we know that luggage gets tossed around a lot on planes.
Do you ever worry about losing your luggage when you travel? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to know exactly where you bag was all the time? Well thanks to a nifty new gadget, you can spot the location of your checked bag from your smartphone.
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.
Whether you’re a frequent flier, an avid outdoorsman or a kid who was a prime target for bullies back in grade school, when you were so thin you might as well have been two-dimensional, your packed lunch a bait for your physically endowed peers – wait where was I?
Feel free to correct me on this, but I find that a lot of things I want or need are way cheaper overseas. Maybe it’s the huge import taxes or the markup that retailers put on the goods once they reach me here (in the Philippines,) but I know a lot of people who hoard whenever they go out of the country (my family included.)