If you’ve done any traveling at all, you know it doesn’t take too long before your dirty laundry starts to accumulate. And this question always arises at some point during the trip: where should I put it all? After all, you’ve (hopefully) worked hard ahead of time to neatly fold all of your clothes into a nicely organized bundle. The last thing you want to do is put a bunch of smelly socks, etc. in there with all of your fresh clothes. Of course you could use the on-site laundry (if it’s available), but those washers and dryers usually cost a small fortune. You could also carry around all of your dirty clothes in a plastic sack, but who really wants to lug that around? Why not let your suitcase take care of it all for you?
For the seasoned traveler who doesn’t want to mix their clean clothes with their dirty clothes, there is now a suitcase out there that will keep you organized and fresh for the duration of your trip. It’s called the Genius Pack, and the folks behind its design might have thought of almost everything.
Besides having a compartment for literally everything you might need while traveling, the Genius Pack includes a separate “compartment” for your dirty clothes. Using what they refer to as “laundry compression technology”, you can drop your clothes in a “chute” and the bag then uses air compression to neatly seal them away – saving space in your suitcase, and saving your (and anyone else’s) nostrils from having to smell any foul odors coming from your bag.
These aren’t the most expensive suitcases on the market, but they’re far from the cheapest as well. You can get a decent-sized one for around $200 from here.
What do you think? Could you see yourself using this?
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