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November 27, 2010

Sit-on carry-on is just the thing for long lines at the airport


From Jonathan S. Paul's story in last Sunday's New York Times T Magazine: "... while you're waiting in baggage claim, you may wish you had Travelteq's Trip, a sit-on carry-on. The aluminum frame has wheels that pivot outward to stabilize, the telescoping handle acts as a seat back, and an upholstered seat invites you to take a load off. Upgrade to the fully loaded model with battery-powered stereo speakers, and time will fly."



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Cool idea. Uncool price. Give it some time and there will be knock-offs on the market.

Posted by: bubbub | Dec 1, 2010 12:44:05 AM

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