Leggage: A Traveler's New Best Friend

If you spend any amount of time traveling, especially by air, you by now have a series of tricks to smooth your way. You carry as little as possible in your pockets, you have separate compartments in your carry-on bag so you can easily take out your electronics for scanning, you arrive early so you don’t get stuck in the security checkpoint, and you most likely wear slip-on shoes so they’re easy to take off when you go through the scanner. The problem with wearing slip-on shoes is they typically have little support, and since it seems to be an unwritten law that you will have to run from one end of any given airport to the other in order to make your connecting flight, your feet hurt. A lot. Most of us take our shoes off once we get settled in our seats, but that only goes so far.

Leggage would like to help ease your poor, tired, aching feet. What Leggage provides is an enhanced carry-on which will not only carry your laptop, tablet, camera, and various other electronic gear, but it doubles as a foot massager. It doesn’t require power to operate, and your devices are safe whether you leave them in the case or take them out to use them while you massage. Instead, Leggage uses the principle behind those wooden roller ball foot massagers (one of which I still keep under my desk), where you move your feet over its ridged and angled surface to ease your pain.

The only drawback I can see is for anyone who carries a large laptop (like me, for instance). Leggage can only accommodate up to a 15.6-inch laptop. But the case only weighs a little over three pounds, which is pretty rare in a hard-sided carry-on case (it’s got a polycarbonate shell). And it definitely meets the TSA size requirements for carry-on luggage, so you can easily fit it under the seat in front of you… which is where you would want it anyway, since it does your feet no good if you stash it in an overhead bin. Leggage is available for $79.99 US.


Source: Technabob

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