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Posted by: Baby Farts
« on: August 03, 2016, 05:35:40 PM »

Exactly, Thaiga.  What a dumb idea. Who the hell wants to sit on their luggage like they're sitting on a toilet pinching a loaf, you know, giving birth to the brown baby, and ride around in the airport. Not only does it look stupid, it is stupid. I just get the porter to carry my luggage for me and give the fella a tip.  This thing would be a hazard. How about the added weight for the motor, etc. It's a gimmick at best.

Here's another thing. What if it runs out of juice? You're going to have to pick up the GD thing and carry it anyway OR you can try find a plug outlet in the airport to recharge it while you miss your flight. This is the most dumb ass product I've ever seen. Let's also take into consideration those fat fcks who weight 200+ kilograms. When they sit on the GD thing it will disintegrate. Maybe, said fat ass will injure himself and then file a law suit against the company trying to market this stupid product. Are people on crack or some other mind altering substance when they come up with these idiotic inventions?

Most people own luggage that has wheels on it.  This is for the folks who are too lazy to carry their luggage or too cheap to buy luggage that has the wheels on it.
Posted by: thaiga
« on: August 03, 2016, 11:22:14 AM »

You can just see a 20 stone farang at swampy on one of those  :-[  if he's a cheap charlie. he'll skip the taxi to pattaya and jump on his
MODOBAG. What happens if he has 2 bags. Arr! you'll need a tow rope.

Then there's always the chance of a MODO accident, how embarrassing all your underwear scattered everywhere.

Modobag: World's First Motorized, Rideable Luggage!

Posted by: thaiga
« on: August 03, 2016, 03:01:21 AM »

You can now ride your luggage around the airport

A Chicago businessman is selling a rideable carry-on bag. Rather than pulling your luggage from terminal to terminal, travelers can sit on the Modobag and reach speeds up to 8 mph thanks to an electric motor.

Modobag Future Tech - The Luggage That Can Ride at Airport