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Travelteq Active Carry-on Bag

Amsterdam-based company Travelteq delivers beautiful bags and accessories, their latest offering is the Travelteq Active Carry-on Bag, from their new line of products created for athletes and people with active lifestyles. The convenient carry-on features several outer pockets for easy access to items such as toiletries, laptop, or tablet at security checks. The bag is lightweight but strong and spacious, it has off-road friendly wheels, convenient compartments, and is resistant to all weather types.

The Travelteq Active Bag will cost $250, but for those who support the crowdfunded bag, can buy it for half the price.




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