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Benga 2S Duo 2

by Benjamin Kerns

Sep 10, 2015

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If never having enough suitcases is a persistent problem, save yourself the trouble by investing in a Benga 2S Duo 2. This innovative piece of luggage is actually two bags in one.


The Benga 2S Duo2 is a four-wheeled hard-shelled suitcase small enough to be used as a carry-on, yet it breaks apart to turn into two even smaller pieces of luggage for your convenience. It works as a great single-piece luggage for one person or as two separate carry-ons for two travelers.


The suitcase unzips to form two bags, each with two rollers, which are half hard-shelled and half soft on opposite sides. The separate bags also contain their own telescope hand and TSA-approved locks and can be used as two separate carry-ons, or you can check one and carry the other.


The bag is made of 100-percent polycarbonate that holds up well against bumps and keeps your belongings safe. The wheels turn 360 degrees so you won’t have to worry about stopping to adjust directions and it comes in a variety of colors and designs.


The bag is expected to go on sale by the end of summer 2015 for a price of roughly $400.



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