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Never worry about creased clothes again with The World’s First Duffle Suitcase

Is it a duffle bag? A suitcase? It’s both – it’s The World’s First Duffle Suitcase!

To all intents and purposes, this is a duffle bag, but it has all the functionality of a suitcase. In other words, you fold your clothes and pack them behind the walls to ensure they don’t get creased. It has plenty of cool features too – there’s a laptop pocket, straps for pinning a newspaper or umbrella to your bag, separate pockets for your book and valuables, and two built-in shoe bags.

But that’s just the start. It also has pockets for your passport, tie, charger, mouse and journal, a key chain, and an attachable toiletry kit.

It’s the most gadget-laden carry-on ever!

The walls are removable, so you can take them out if you just want to chuck in your clothes unorganised. But they help to keep everything in order. They snap in place, and zip shut, so are a doddle to put in, take out and use.

It comes in either canvas or leather finishes – the former is available only in black, while the latter comes in oak, navy or black.

It’s approaching its goal of $75,000 and still has 42 days to go. If successful, it will ship in June – just in time for your summer holidays. Want one? Pledge $195 (£135) and you can nab one on an early bird. But hurry, they’re almost all gone. Otherwise, it will set you back $250 (£173), or $350 (£243) at full retail price.

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