3in1, the Micro Luggage Scooter

by Benjamin Kerns

Sep 11, 2016

Heathrow Airport, London, England © Rowfam | Dreamstime

Products / Travel

Frequent travelers know the best way to get around on a regular basis is by combining as many functions into one product as possible. This Micro 3in1 Luggage Scooter certainly fits the bill! It’s a kickboard, suitcase and luggage trolley all in one compact device. That’s ride, it’s luggage you can ride.

 

Not only is it able to store your clothes and fit into an overhead luggage compartment, but it’ll help you zoom through the airport at record speeds so you don’t miss your plane. It’s hard to beat that. It comes with an integrated, adjustable handlebar so you have something to grip as you’re flying by those poor suckers stuck walking to their gates. Tilting and leaning controls the steering, so hopefully your balance is top notch.

 

When you’re done riding, it folds into a compact position that’s easy to grip and fit into any space. You can even remove the stem. The inside is able to hold 26 liters, making it the perfect companion for short trips and even longer ones if you’re the type to pack super light.

 

Micro offers an array of accessories to go along with it, so head on over to their website and check it out today.

 

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