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Samsonite Trolley Luggage Features A Built-in Scooter

Samsonite Trolley Luggage Features A Built-in Scooter

Samsonite Trolley Luggage (Images courtesy STYL.in Rooms)
By Andrew Liszewski

I have to agree with the chaps at CrunchGear who’ve declared this the “greatest luggage of all time.” The Trolley from Samsonite and Micro Mobility features a built-in folding scooter that’s perfect for either killing time at the airport, or navigating an ocean of booths at a trade show. When collapsed the Trolley appears to be carry-on friendly (it’s actually a pretty small suitcase) but unfortunately I’m not entirely sure how it’s steered… or where it’s available… or for how much…

[ STYL.in Rooms – Trolley by Samsonite and Micro Scooter ] VIA [ CrunchGear ]







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  • franco1975

    How small is it? It looks like it can only take 3 sneakers. Dont know if the airlines will allow that bag into the cabin since it can double as a weapon due to its size and protruding metal bars.

  • Jessicat

    That is so awesome. I would have loved to have one of these while I was on campus. It would have replaced my laptop bag, and been an awesome means of transportation between classes. How cool would that have been?

  • mcman

    It's missing the machine gun mount.

  • Nikkita Croix

    Was this just a concept? Did it cancelled from production? Were they afraid that it wouldn't be used when they found out most buildings, grade schools, high schools, colleges, airports, grocery stores, etc., banned the riding of scooters, skateboards, roller skates, inline skates, bicycles, Heelies, motor driven cycles, motorized conveyances, Segways, ponies, horses, flying carpets, hoverboads, and nearly everything else that moved from any areas commonly populated by people on foot (excepting the disabled in approved wheel chairs) out of fear of lawsuits, liability, and lawyers?

  • Nikkita Croix

    Was this just a concept? Did it get cancelled from production? Were they afraid that it wouldn't be used when they found out most buildings, grade schools, high schools, colleges, airports, grocery stores, etc., banned the riding of scooters, skateboards, roller skates, inline skates, bicycles, Heelies, motor driven cycles, motorized conveyances, Segways, ponies, horses, flying carpets, hoverboads, and nearly everything else that moved from any areas commonly populated by people on foot (excepting the disabled in approved wheel chairs) out of fear of lawsuits, liability, and lawyers?