Travel Bag-buggy

I’m a veteran when it comes to traveling with kids and I know the nightmarish times I went through every time I ventured out. Cranky, jet lagged babies + luggage management is horrid combo. Try pushing a buggy and pulling your trolley bag at the same time! Dreadful! Good folks at Castiglione Morelli have an ingenious idea with their Samsonite Convertible Trolley Stroller Bag. A specialized compartment holds in a folded fabric, which when pulled out, stretches over the pull-out metallic frame; thus resulting in a child seat. Very Convenient.

Designer: Castiglione Morelli Design

38 Comments

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  • Phil Power says:

    Looks excellent.

    Would love to see transition artwork.

    I design luggage and I think this is definitely a good product.

    Have you thought about any materials or how much manufacturing costs would be?

  • Deborah Brown says:

    This is a great idea. That is what I thought when I submitted US patent for it eight years ago, and have held the patent for nearly five years.

    This is a clear copy of my patent.

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  • Designoffset says:

    Sweet design – but boy oh boy is that this one going to cost you. Ultimately though you’ll find yourself having to carry your kid or finding where to put your kid as you open it to get something out..Or at check in to have it weighed in…Very neat design – took time to develop these fantastic renders but this just won’t work in a real world with comfort which I suspect is the goal of this case.

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  • Charlotte says:

    You may not have to move the child if the luggage is made with a side slide out something like opening a drawer. That way the child can stay stationary. It would be nice if it could open two ways by lifting if no child is attached or by sliding out when the child is attached.

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  • Jessica says:

    What manufacturers do you know for luggage?

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    For Phil powers….what manufacturers do know for luggages?

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