Travellers who live in smaller apartments will appreciate Néit, the “World’s First Smart Collapsible Hard Case Luggage.” When open, it’s a standard sized bag with a ton of modern, high-tech features you’d actually want in a normal bag, like GPS tracking, and YKK Aquaseal waterproof zippers. But the nice thing about Néit is that when you’re done using it, it collapses to about 30% of its initial size. It takes about 10 seconds to go from one mode to the other, and despite its transforming mechanism, the aircraft grade aluminum structure provides enough strength to withstand travel in cramped airplane cargo holds. The carabiner style handle even allows you to hang it easily, alongside your clothes in a dresser, and it won’t take much space since it’s about 3 inches wide when collapsed. Right now it’s a £150 (about $217USD) pledge for the carry-on, and £190 ($275USD) for the check-in sized bag.