Managing your luggage efficiently is the best way to avoid wasting time at the airport. Frequent fliers are efficient packers by habit, preferring the convenience of carry-on luggage to the seemingly endless wait at the baggage carousel. Even the most sophisticated baggage handling systems cannot guarantee against loss and today, more travelers rely on carry-on baggage than ever before. Travel-Light, a startup baggage company has released the G-RO, a light, spacious, stable and versatile carry-on that seeks to step into the next generation of smart baggage.
The G-RO conforms to international dimensions for carry-on baggage while finding the room to accommodate an optional 23,000 mAh power pack with an electronics module that can be used to charge all compatible devices through twin USB ports and a universal power outlet. You never have to worry about your mobile running out of charge or even losing your luggage thanks to the built-in Bluetooth proximity detector and cellphone-based location tracker. The G-RO’s wheel and stability design are its most notable features with a patented wheel design that lowers the bag’s center of gravity, making it more stable and easier to pull. On the outside, the G-RO features a flat back and an arched belly design in ballistic nylon—the material used in flak jackets—with durable YKK nylon zippers and a waterproof base.
The trademarked design focuses on large slim line wheels that offer better performance on rough surfaces and stairs. The telescopic handle extends six inches more than regular carry-ons and is suited for travelers of all ages and heights. The bag’s protective polymer paneling safeguards your electronics. The meticulous packer in you will love the abundance of compartments that allow you to separate and carefully pack clothes, carry-on liquids, and other personal items in custom-designed compartments. The smartly designed outer pocket offers protection and easy access to your 15-inch laptop, tablet, smartphone and other devices. The bag also features an external tablet stand for hands-free use during those long layovers.
Manju Mathew, an MBA in marketing, completed publisher training courses from the Oxford Brookes University and New York University. She started with marketing and PR roles before moving on to her current position as a full time writer. Currently living in Dubai, her life as an expat has sharpened her observation skills and flair for writing. She enjoys writing about luxury cars like Ferrari, Lamborghini, etc even if she can only dream of owning them.
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