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I don’t know about you but when I travel it has become more of a personal competition as I challenge myself to pack all of my personal belongings in one carry-on suitcase for convenience and for travel savings. I want to avoid all airline baggage lines, baggage fees and I want to clear through the TSA screening line with ease.
Now to match my carry-on luggage convenience; I carry my fully charged smartphone dowloaded and equipped with my airline app. As I roll my carry-on through TSA screening, I like to share my smartphone airline app loaded with my boarding pass on the screen for convenience. No paper needed.
Once in awhile after utilizing my online maps, checking my emails; my battery charge is sometimes low. This can throw a monkey wrench in my overall game strategy for airport travel convenience.
So recently I discovered and purchased the perfect carry-on luggage like a batter finds his perfect bat for the Major Leagues. My “Carry-On” is perfectly sized up to fit in all U.S. major airlines cabin storage. It’s unbreakable, has a lifetime warranty, has 360 degree Hinomoto wheels and most importantly; it has an ejectable battery that is compliant with airline policies and is TSA approved. It can conveniently charge any smartphone up to 5 times.
The “Carry-On” luggage comes in over a dozen different colors, can be monogrammed and has a TSA approved combination lock that only Its’ owner or a TSA agent can get into. The impenetrable shell that bends under pressure has two convenient compartments. It’s designed for 5-7 outfits and for a 3-5 day stay. It retails for about $225.00.
Away offers the next luggage size as the “Bigger Carry-On” which also has two compartments, designed for 6-9 outfits and is meant for a 4-7 day stay. It fits most U.S. airline cabin storage but may not fit on small planes. It retails for about $245.00.
With all of the conveniences mentioned above, I can see the finish line when I arrive at my destination. I walk past my fellow passengers as they stand around aimlessly waiting to pick up their luggage from baggage claim among the crowded lines.
As I past through the finish line, I whip out my smartphone and open my ride share app as a request car service that’s only minutes away.