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Raden offers a smarter way to travel.
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When it comes to packing for romantic weekends away or city breaks, do you use the trusty, slightly frayed suitcase you've had for many years? Or do you like to keep up with suitcase technology?

Well, in the latest travel trend news, there's one suitcase on the market that's got more than 7,000 people on its waiting list.

This unique honor goes to the Raden Suitcase, launched in April 2016. On their website, they promise that the case offers a smarter way to travel and is "a case unlike any other." It's attracted the attention of many celebrities, travel experts, and journalists alike. Sounds intriguing, but what makes it so interesting and different?


The hi-tech features of the suitcase include built-in charger, USB ports and a handle scale which will weigh your luggage for you. There is also a Raden app available that can enable you to track your suitcase throughout your journey using proximity sensors. It all sounds very helpful.



Though many are praising the innovative design, some reviews have suggested that the smart technology takes up too much of the actual storage space.

 

What do you think? Is a smart suitcase for you or are you just fine with your old faithful? Just so you know, the gold-colored suitcase has the shortest queue, with prices starting at $295. You can shop the range here.

 

From: Country Living UK

 

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.


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