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How to pack the perfect suitcase
CKIE designs the portable wardrobe, to be in top shape wherever you go
How to pack the perfect suitcase? Yes, we know, suitcases are a real pain: you pack everything with care, the perfect Tetris, and then you need the charger and alas, it is right in the very last corner of your suitcase. So you have to destroy everything and start again. Let's not even start to talk about how many times we have sat on top of a stubborn zip in order to squeeze in every souvenir we've stuffed in.
Time for a change! ShelfPack is a super smart system that will allow you to divide every outfit per day, outward and return.
Designed by CKIE, this spacious trolley is divided in four levels where you can easily place your outfits and accessories. On the outside, practical pockets will contain the rest of the objects you will need at hand.
The whole content is visible and accessible, so forget about the lost sock of the bunch! The pressure of each compartment, once the trolley is closed, allows the clothes to remain perfectly folded despite the movements.
Each compartment can be detached and hung to a real closet, thanks to the practical provided hook.
ShelfPack is made of resistant materials and it comes with a lifetime guarantee. Useless to say, its sizes are cabin friendly
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