Micro Luggage Lets You Scoot To Your Next Gate

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You know how sometimes you see something, and you pretty much have to literally facepalm because it's so brilliant, yet so simple, that you cannot believe no one had thought of it yet? I did that. I mean, one of the things I hate more than anything is dealing with airports, because invariably my next gate is 847 miles away from where I've just deplaned, and equally invariably, I have something like eight minutes to get there before I miss my connection. If you travel, you know exactly what I'm talking about.

Enter Micro Luggage. As I said, so brilliant I am kicking myself for not having thought of it, because whoever did is going to make a ton of money. It's rolling carry-on luggage, which most of us already own. But it also incorporates a scooter, for faster and less strenuous hurrying through airports. Brilliant!

Micro Luggage features an adjustable height handlebar that doubles as the handle to pull your suitcase along behind you, as well as a fold-down kickboard deck. Really, that's all that separates it from more traditional luggage. If you can really say "that's all." I am seriously in awe of how simple, yet fabulous this thing is. The suitcase itself measures 22 inches (55.9 cm) high, 13.5 inches (34.3 cm) wide and 10 inches (25.4 cm) deep, meaning it will easily fit in the overhead compartment, and is intended to carry no more than 220.5 pounds (100 kg). Inside the suitcase are separate compartments for a laptop, business cards and other folders, making it perfect for an overnight business trip.

You can pick up one of these wonderful little things to call your own for $249.99 US.

Source: Gizmag


Beth spends much of her time in and around the entertainment industry as well as gathering affiliate news to post here at MEGATechNews. She cannot resist bizarre gadgets, especially those for the kitchen or office.

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