Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Is it a suitcase ? is it a seat ? it's both
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Long queues are a fact of life for the air traveller nowadays, so one quite often finds onself standing around for hours.. No more with the Luggoseat, it looks like a standard Samsonsite case but with a bit of reinforcement hear and a bit of smoothing there they actually come up with a suitcase you can sit on for a bit.
neilp, May 12 2004

Heres one you can ride http://www.popsci.c...2543,610286,00.html
er..click where it says click here. [skinflaps, Oct 05 2004]

Another option http://timesofindia...icleshow/469425.cms
[Worldgineer, Oct 05 2004]


       I picture a stand like the one on my golf bag, pops out of its clips. Also I would like a bit of cushion on top, between the handles, need an illus.?
dentworth, May 12 2004

       I knew this was yours as soon as I saw the title. Nice idea. I just sit on my suitcase anyway. As long as it's packed with lots of [jtg]s (under)pants it's quite comfy.   

       + for the concept though - would be more comfortable, especially for those of us larger of arse.
hazel, May 12 2004

       Sounds like a cush idea. I could go for a minimotor in mine as well so as to keep up with the queue. Glad you're back!
k_sra, May 12 2004

       [world] that's some modern form of hydermadness...I'm not sure IATA would want you flying with it.
neilp, May 12 2004

       They never let me have any fun. (puts "luggage car" back in closet, next to "coach-class headphone plug powered toaster" and "in-flight roller hockey set")
Worldgineer, May 12 2004

       I like the toilet car best. Nice link, [World].
k_sra, May 13 2004

       It was actually a [theircompetitor] find from "The luggage" idea.
Worldgineer, May 13 2004


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