The New Invention That Promises To Unpack Luggage In Seconds

By Emma Crameri Emma Crameri has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on 23 August 2017

Imagine the constant frustration of packing and unpacking as a pilot in the Canadian military. This common feeling prompted Spencer Selhi to team up with Design 1st to create RueBel carry-on luggage.

This luggage is currently at the Kickstarter stage and promises to allow you to pack and unpack in seconds. The patent pending system allows you to take your clothes from your closet and place them into the bag on hangers. There is no need to worry about rolling or folding.

Where you get to your hotel room you simply unzip the bag and then hang up your clothes in a closet, on a door or on a hook.

The carry-on luggage comes with plenty of pockets to carry all your essentials, with a built-in shelf. The product is carry-on compliant with YKK zippers and a ballistic nylon exterior.

About RueBel

RueBel Limited was founded by Spencer Selhi. After years of travelling around the world as a pilot, he set his mind on solving the issue that dissatisfied him most while travelling: packing and unpacking.

Following some late-night brainstorming sessions, he devised a solution and sought a team with the skills and experience to bring his idea to reality. Collaborating with Design 1st in Ottawa, Canada, the specifications of the RueBel carry-on were developed, tested, and refined to produce what we think is the most useful luggage innovation to come on the market in decades.

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