The Luggage You’re About to See Invading Airports Should Scare You

This frightens me. LuggagePros.com will sell you personalized luggage.

Choose a 20″ or 24″ bag, add images, a background, and text.

Here are examples:

I could see someone plastering on the side:

I Paid My Airline $35 And All I Got Was This Stupid Bag.

LuggagePros does offer cash back through three of the major shopping portals

(HT: Joe Brancatelli)


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Comments

  1. I think this is an awesome idea actually. Makes it easier to stand out on the carriage belt!

  2. What a fabulous idea. I get so sick of all the blue or black suitcases whirling around the baggage carousel. The website didn’t say much about the luggage itself, though.

  3. I like “This is not a Suspicious Package, I’m just in the can, please do not destroy” or “DEA property – do not open” 😉

  4. Personally I would not want my child’s name plastered over their suitcase. Same way I would not plaster my kids names under the stick figures on my car. I may be jaded but there are weirdos out there and giving them more information to target you kids is not a good thing.

  5. Yeah, wonder what kind of filtering they are going to have to do on the sayings put on there. Could definitely think of a lot of ones they shouldn’t allow!

  6. I am waiting for some United fanboy to blow up the ‘Tulip’ and Global Services credentials.

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