Traveling can be extremely stressful, especially when it comes to preparing and checking your luggage. The designers behind Trunkster recognized these stresses and decided to find a more efficient form of luggage for the modern traveler.
Rugged yet refined, Trunkster’s singular design is the ultimate blend of form and function. Rather than just adding smart features to existing luggage, the designers at Trunkster aspired to introduce a game-changing design with their evolutionary sliding door.
With the Trunkster’s sliding door, you no longer have to unzip your entire bag and flap it open. The rolltop door lets you instantly access your belongings in one swift motion. The door is extremely durable and waterproof, made of a rigid exterior and corrugated, malleable interior. The door is not only practical, but engineered specifically to withstand the perils of baggage handling. In addition, the door provides an enhanced level of theft protection, unlike vulnerable zippers.
One feature of the Trunkster that everyone will love is the USB charger that is included with the carry-on version of the luggage. This charger allows you yo charge your phone up to 9 times. Trunkster’s power bank is removable and can be used independently of Trunkster to charge your devices anywhere you go.
As if those two features aren’t enough to sell me on the bag, the Trunkster also includes a built-in scale. Nothing is worse than getting to check-in and finding out that your luggage is over-weight. Gone are the days of weighting your bag on the bathroom scale the night before a flight. Trunkster’s built-in digital scale works by simply lifting your bag, and can be switched between lbs and kgs.
Last but certainty not least, Trunkster comes with a built-in GPS so you always know where your luggage is located even when the airlines don’t.
To learn more about Trunkster visit their kickstart page and spread the word.
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