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March 12, 2008

Luggage Spanx


Think outside the body space.

From the website:

    Luggage Hugger

    Luggage Huggers are the fun, colorful way to express your style and identify your bag.

    They are stretchy fabric bands that pull over your suitcases to make them easy to identify on the luggage carousel.


    • Easily ID your bag and make a fashion statement at the same time

    • Stop wandering around the luggage carousel

    • Easy to see from a distance

    • Unify mismatched luggage

    • Coordinate travel groups

    • Weight: 2 oz

    • Spandex



Blue or Red.

Small (Fits bags measuring 38"–50" around): $12.85.

Large (Fits bags measuring 56–82" around): $14.85.

March 12, 2008 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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These devices will be cut off at random by the TSA. It is in the regs - just as they can cut off locks....

So, don't send your luggage anyplace with bored TSA agents....

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Mar 12, 2008 6:41:09 PM

I am really stuck on that phrase "identify your bag." Meaning, there, exactly that -- figure out which piece of luggage belongs to you. In a world waaaay back and long ago, "your bag" used to kind of mean your thang (not THAT thang, you naughty devil) or your life's goal or general pursuits and interests. (Good old Urban Dictionary's got more baroque and grotesque meanings than a snow-pure mind like mine could ever fathom.) So, anyway, that phrase "identify my bag" -- it's got impenetrable faux profundity, Heloise practicality, funk, psychomystic obfuscation, retro-whatever-you-got and a trendy whiff of crime scene.

Posted by: Flautist | Mar 12, 2008 4:24:33 PM

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