Hand luggage restrictions weighing you down? you need a bagket!
We all know that luggage handing charges are fast becoming the bane of all who choose to fly with a budget airline. Although other airlines may charge it is the budget companies that are often focused on, with all matter of hidden charges ramping up the total cost of your flights and of your holiday overall.
However, with the new bagket this could soon be a thing of the past! Refuse to pay sky high baggage charges or to adhere to weight restrictions? The bagket has been designed with you in mind!
The bagket is designed to beat not only excess baggage charges but also those long waits around the baggage claim conveyor belts at your destination. With the bagket you can fill up all of the essentials that you’ll need for your holidays and avoid this. The bagket has 22 pockets and also benefits from the ability of it being able to turn into a bag in a matter of seconds.
View this video to see how quickly the bagket can be coverted from jacket to bag:
The bagket website contains more details about the bagket:
"Bagket is a 22-pockets jacket vest made of 100% high quality polyamide. Amongst the pockets, a number of them are specially tailored and sized to hold travel essentials like a laptop, iPad, iPhone, iPod, passport, wallet, toiletries and reading materials. Thereafter, trainers, T-shirts, shorts, flipflops, keys, notebook, pen etc. can all fall into place.
Your carry-on luggage allowance can be anything from 5 kg to 10 kg, whilst an empty carry-on luggage itself weighs an average of 4-5 kg. Bagket, weighing 1.1 kg, can be packed with 6-7kg of essentials listed above and thus can carry more than a carry-on luggage.
We noticed that most travellers are understandably hesitant in wearing the "multi –pockets” jackets already available in the market for this purpose since they look unfashionable, are bulky and a hassle to have to wear throughout the journey. Bagket is the fashionable and practical substitute. Bagket is the answer.”
An innovative invention, the bagket could soon be sported by all manner of holidaymakers, and we bet you’ll see at least one in the airport when you’re on your way to Europe for your skiing trip this winter!
The bagket is priced at £69.99 and is available from the bagket website.
For more information on the bagket, and how to order one you can visit the official website, or view their Facebook and YouTube pages.
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