New NOMATIC Roller Luggage Line, Including the Carry On Pro, the Carry On Classic and the Check-in, Launches on Kickstarter

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Each of the luggage pieces are built for lifetime durability with a 100% Makrolon Polycarbonate shell, featuring a system that uses magnetic straps and allows compression on all or part of the suitcase and compression cubes to keep belongings organized and maximize packing space

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We believe that luggage should be strong, packing should be easy and travel should be seamless, so we designed NOMANTIC Roller Luggage to do just that.

At the urging of its customers, successful and renowned travel accessory manufacturer NOMATIC is introducing a new roller luggage line on Kickstarter.

The NOMATIC Roller Luggage Line includes the NOMATIC Carry On Pro, the NOMATIC Carry On Classic, and the NOMATIC Check-in.

“We have received hundreds of raving reviews for our products, but the one we kept hearing over and over was ‘when are you going to make a bag with wheels?’," said NOMATIC co-founder Jacob Durham. “So, after nearly two years and the testing of over 25 prototypes, we’re excited to introduce the NOMATIC Roller Line – with each designed to endure the rigors of travel.”

Designed for lifetime durability, each is made with a 100 percent Makrolon Polycarbonate shell and features a system that uses magnetic straps to allow compression on all or part of the suitcase – along with compression cubes to keep belongings organized and to maximize packing space.

The NOMATIC Carry On Pro, with a 29-liter capacity, is designed for frequent travelers who make one-to-three-day trips, or for the minimalist packer who wants to travel with just one bag without sacrificing the benefits of two. The Carry on Pro also features a patent pending tech compartment and a tech case, which is a slim bag with a removable shoulder strap that can easily store a laptop, tablet, chargers, power banks or even compact headphones – giving users easy access to all their gear while traveling.

The NOMATIC Carry On Classic, with a 30-liter capacity, is designed for people who want to pack a little more or are going on three-to-five day trips, while the NOMATIC Check-in, with a 50-liter capacity, is designed for travelers taking extended trips or for family travel.

Each piece of luggage in the roller line also comes with compression cubes that fit perfectly inside the luggage to keep belongings organized and maximize space. Additional cubes can be purchased as an add-on for $20.

Other features include:

  • Internal pockets and organization
  • Top-of-the-line silent-run Hinomoto wheels that are built to last
  • Low profile Hinomoto handles that can take on heavy loads
  • External YKK zippers
  • A three-stage aluminum handle that can take a beating

“We believe that luggage should be strong, packing should be easy and travel should be seamless, so we designed roller luggage to do just that,” Durham said. “Built with the strongest materials in their class, a unique magnetic compression system and a patent-pending design, this luggage was created to relieve the pain points of travel so you can enjoy your journey completely, wherever your travels take you.”

For more information, or to purchase any of the NOMATIC Roller Luggage while it is available at an early-bird discount during crowdfunding, visit the NOMATIC Roller Luggage campaign page on Kickstarter.

NOMATIC began in 2014 when two cousins, Jon Richards and Jacob Durham, designed a wallet and launched it on Kickstarter. They expected to get about 50 orders, but over 6,000 people backed their campaign, investing $171,000. Since then, Richards and Durham raised millions through seven crowdfunding campaigns — including the most-funded Travel Bag in Kickstarter history. NOMATIC has continued to design the most functional products on the market for travel and everyday carry. Everything NOMATIC creates, from Travel Packs to Planners, is designed to inspire confidence for ‘life-on-the-move,’ to enable people to work hard, do more and never stop moving. For more information visit

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