9 Roll Your Suits with SkyRoll

Business Traveler (USA) - - COVER STORY -

SkyRoll of­fers an in­tel­li­gent gar­men­thang­ing sys­tem that al­lows pas­sen­gers to roll up their suits into a suit­case va­ri­ety of cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories with­out wrin­kling the all-im­por­tant suit com­ple­ment. SkyRoll Gar­ment Bags roll hang­ing items around an in­ner takes hang­ing items plus folded shirts and other folded cloth­ing in out­side zip­per com­part­ments. The roll pro­vides space for shoes, toi­let back and other bulk. Also comes as a suit­case-sized rol­lie wrap­ping around a spa­cious ob­long tube.

The piece is equipped with an ev­er­im­por­tant sta­bi­liz­ing mech­a­nism at the base, which holds the suit­case in place and en­sures it doesn’t tip and top­ple your lap­top. Cof­fee is safe with Travel Of­fice.

Rest Awhile

As for travel com­forts, Travel Goods 2015 was stuffed with ev­ery­thing from cush­iony arm­rests to handy, palm-sized elec­trode mas­sage giz­mos for in­stant re­lief.

For flight com­fort, Res­ta­head out of Den­mark show­cased a head­rest so­lu­tion dis­trib­uted through Victorinox and mar­keted as the Head­Rest for about $20. It folds into a sort of tent-shaped ham­mock for the neck, hit­ting accu-pres­sure points

Fi­nally, purses are al­ways a big draw at th­ese shows and the fo­cus is usu­ally on se­cu­rity, dura­bil­ity and zip­per de­signs (find­ing a travel purse that won’t fall off or bunch up on shoul­ders, how­ever, is a con­tin­ued chal­lenge).

What was some­what new this year, how­ever, was the cool charger purse. Cool was the op­er­a­tive word for Ur­ban Jun­ket, which out­fits their lines with a spe­cial power source built into the purse de­sign. The bat­tery, called the Joey, stays in a case that keeps it cool de­vice that can charge phones and tablets on the go or plug into a com­puter for fur­ther charg­ing.

The durable de­vice is TSA-safe and keeps a charge for up to 10 days, good enough for two full phone charges. Fur­ther, it is re­mov­able and can be used with other purses. The line of prod­ucts is aimed at fe­males and the totes are fash­ioned from re­con­sti­tuted plas­tic bot­tles.

For those who need more com­fort, more pro­tec­tion or more or­ga­ni­za­tion, there is an un­end­ing source of in­spi­ra­tion in this field cater­ing to ev­ery­one from C.I.A. spooks to desert back­pack­ers. Ev­ery­one can use an ex­tra dose of com­fort in what one car­ries. BT

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