Oregami Luggage is making packing and traveling with your belongings a breeze with its new line of suitcases.
The Oregon-based company, with a tag line of “Luggage that Works,” creates products designed to support organization with a system featuring three trays for easy access.
“Packing is this long, involved process for most people,” said David Kao, president, Oregami Luggage. “You plan, you prepare and then you execute. Even with careful planning, you arrive at your destination and still can’t find anything. We’ve taken that whole system and turned it on its head. We’ve made packing smarter and faster, and less of a hassle.”
Oregami products include three organizer compartments that fold easily and can each be taken out separately and placed into hotel drawers. When the time to leave the hotel comes, users can reconnect and fold the compartments back into the suitcase.
“Inside Oregami Luggage, the unique unfolding compartments provide almost instant visibility and access to all of your belongings,” said Kao. “Quickly and easily get to your things, and then just as easily fold back the compartments to conveniently manage and store your luggage.”
New to the Oregami Luggage collection is the Oregami Touring 100, designed to carry all your clothing and gear with unique organization compartments. The product is available in black or fossil for $399.97. More sizes and colors are planned for the future.
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