The luggage industry is worth $25 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing Inventions. "This industry is heavily dependent on the travel industry, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 14, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, introduces Hide A Wheels, a luggage invention that will help protect the wheels on luggage.
“The luggage industry is worth $25 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing Inventions. "This industry is heavily dependent on the travel industry, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. New style trends are driving consumer wants towards new luggage merchandise."
“Luggage is a necessity for many many people. As technology advances, the world becomes smaller and travel becomes easier and more common” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing. “This luggage invention addresses a very common problem with the disembarking process after a long trip.”
Hide A Wheels is a luggage invention that helps keep luggage safe and undamaged. A common problem during travels is the mishandling of luggage by staff on the plane. This causes wheels to get broken off and makes it much more difficult to transport the heavy baggage. This invention addresses this by adding retractable wheels to prevent them from getting broken. When the suitcase handle is pushed down, the wheels get pulled back into the suitcase, both saving space and preventing them from being broken off due to the luggage colliding with other objects and being thrown around. This will save people money on having to buy new suitcases as well as give them the peace of mind that their luggage won’t be broken when they get off the plane.
"My name is Warren Booth and I'm the inventor of Hide A Wheels,” says Warren B. “After years of traveling on vacation with different airlines, I finally got tired of spending money on new luggage. The airlines don't care about your luggage and just throw it wherever and mishandle it. I kept getting mine off the carousel with 1, 2 or sometimes 3 wheels broken. Now you have to carry it. I finally had enough. I said there has to be a better way to prevent this. So after some thinking, I finally came up with this invention, Hide A Wheels.”
Hide A Wheels is a luggage invention that retracts the wheels when the handle is pushed down to ensure that they don’t break.
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