For travelers venturing out on extended trips or traveling with children unable to carry the weight of their own luggage, maneuvering multiple suitcases can be a difficult task. Navigating tight airport security lines or walking up stairs is frustrating with one suitcase, never mind two. Luckily, entrepreneurial group Club Glove designed a device that allows users to pull two suitcases with one extendable bar.
The train reaction luggage-stabilizing device ($14.95 for one; $19.95 for two; $49.95 for six) can be used with most existing suitcases. Users need only to choose the rung slot that fits over the extendable handle of the leading suitcase (the smaller of the two), loop the additional rungs around the second suitcase’s fixed handle, and connect the hook back onto one of the rungs. If secured correctly, the two suitcases can be tilted at an angle without toppling over. This allows for users to keep one hand free for negotiating their tickets or passport, or for holding onto young children. The train reaction luggage-stabilizing device is available in both black and pink and can be stored in most carry-on backpacks or overhead airplane compartments with ease.
As airlines start nickel and dime-ing their way into the world’s wallets, travelers have had to get crafty in order to get around newly enacted add-on fees, especially when it comes to in-flight meals. Since this luxury is no longer guaranteed on some flights, particularly on low-cost, long-haul vessels, and because airport food is notoriously overpriced, passengers pack their own food to bring on these long flights. But what types of food are allowed to pass through security and also last multiple hours on a plane in varying temperatures?
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