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Aircraft Aluminum Frame Carry-On Supports 300 Lbs Of Stuff You Didn't Need To Bring

The Aircraft Aluminum Frame Carry On (Image courtesy Hammacher Schlemmer)
By Andrew Liszewski

Wow! Over the years I've traveled with my fair share of overweight suitcases, but I think the most I ever tipped the scales was around 60 lbs, and that was for a checked bag. I'm really not sure who would need to travel with 300 lbs worth of clothing and toiletries, but this carry-on suitcase's external frame allows you to do just that. It's made from aircraft-grade aluminum so not only can it bear all the weight inside the suitcase, but it can even be used as a portable seat if you don't feel like standing while waiting in line.

The suitcase uses a set of removable zippered pouches to keep things organized and/or separated, and when empty it only weighs 8 3/4 pounds. Given its size you'd probably need to fill it with those lead-lined aprons the dentist makes you wear during x-rays to max out the weight restriction, but it sure would be entertaining to watch someone struggle to hoist a 300 lb carry-on into an overhead compartment. The carry-on is available from Hammacher Schlemmer for $289.95.

[ The Aircraft Aluminum Frame Carry On ]

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