“I have been living out of a carry-on for the past eight months in order to perfect the design of the Lifepack Carry-on Closet,” said founder Adrian Solgaard.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 15, 2017
SOLGAARD Design, the premium Danish startup that brought wildly successful Lifepack to market, unveils the Lifepack Carry-on Closet, revolutionizing carry-on luggage. Gone are the days of exploding suitcases, messy packing and digging endlessly through items.
The Lifepack Carry-on Closet is a regulation sized carry-on suitcase, which has a patented built in shelving system. The self-sufficient system hangs from the trolley handle and uses the suitcase lid as a ‘kickstand’ to keep balance. Open the bag and find your items neatly organized and intact. No need to unpack, the shelves also have the ability to easily hang in a closet. There’s even a section separated for your dirty laundry! Need more sleep? Stressed about packing? This innovation shaves off time from your hotel checkout process.
“I have been living out of a carry-on for the past eight months in order to perfect the design of the Lifepack Carry-on Closet,” said founder Adrian Solgaard. “In today’s fast-paced society we saw the need for a quick way to organize and find items in your suitcase. Whether you are taking a weekend getaway, or you’re travelling frequently for business, I see this making a positive impact on people’s lives.”
The Lifepack Carry-on Closet is a jet black, hard case PC shell with a gunmetal grey aluminum frame. This four-wheel smooth-rolling bag comes with a two-step telescopic trolley handle. A TSA approved locked is also included. Because of its rigid structure, you can stand or sit on it without any worry of damaging it. Prices start at $299.
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ABOUT SOLGAARD Design:
Spearheaded by Adrian Solgaard, SOLGAARD Design creates gear for global citizens, producing products that embody adventure and a location independent lifestyle all while remaining eco-friendly. SOLGAARD has run three successful crowdfunding campaigns, including Lifepack, which raised over $1.2 million through Kickstarter and Indiegogo. The company, with a team of eight, is spread out around the world, living in New York, Seattle, Vancouver, London, Copenhagen, Barcelona and Hong Kong.
Solgaard, meaning, “sun farm” is the name of Adrian’s family farm in southern Norway. Inspired by his Norwegian heritage, Adrian believes in a work life balance that includes finding enjoyment in every single day.