For years, I suffered with aches and pains in my legs
Layton, UT (PRWEB) February 23, 2011
Walkin’Bag, developed by CEO Etsuo Miyoshi, a polio survivor, is nominated as ''The Best Luggage Brand'' at the About.com 2011 Readers’ Choice Award.
"For years, I suffered with aches and pains in my legs," said inventor, Mr. Miyoshi. "I needed a bag I could lean on and so I invented Walkin'Bag. Who knew a bag could make all the difference."
The Walkin'Bag comes with a curved "lean-on-it" handle which acts like a gliding handrail so legs and back are supported properly. It comes with a retractable seat holding up to 300 pounds. Such features have critics raving.
Walkin'Bag: the carry-on that doubles as a lawn chair and a desk
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Finally! A carry-on that doubles as a lawn chair! We don't know what took the luggage industry so long. Not only does this do-it-all case fit a week's worth of clothing, it moonlights as a chair—or a desk. Stuck in a terminal full of canceled flights? Turn the seat into a desk and start typing away (or simply unfold the seat, lean back, and relax).
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Gear Diary by Douglas Moran
My body is a mess. And I travel a lot. Well, I didn’t know how good I had it until I read the info about the Walkin’Bag products. The creator of the design, Etsuo Miyoshi-san, is a polio survivor who decided–no doubt after walking through the airport.
Benefit of Walkin’Bag
- Curved handle
You can “lean on”, supporting up to 250 lbs.
- Built-in seat
Easily flips down, holding up to 300 lbs.
- 360° Swivel-Glide
Spinning wheels for effortless movement.
Fits under most airline seats