Inventor He Liangcai creates electric suitcase

Will this suitcase change the way we travel?
He Liangcai demonstrates riding on his electric-motored suitcase (Picture: Barcroft)

This technical gizmo definitely beats flying.

There’s nothing worse than having airport security rummage through your suitcase.

Most people just want a few drinks before squeezing between two sweaty flyers, so having your pants paraded in front of your fellow travelers just makes a bad trip even worse.

But you won’t have to deal with airports for much longer. He Liangcai, an inventor in China, has come up with a mode of transport that’s set to revolutionise travelling and keep your personals, personal.

CHANGSHA, CHINA - MAY 28: Two security guards try to ride on an electric-motored suitcase, one of He Liangcai's favorite inventions on May 28, 2014 in Changsha, China. His reinforced suitcase with a small battery can carry two grownups for a speed up to 20 kilometers per hour, a convenience for frequent travelers. PHOTOGRAPH BY Feature China / Barcroft Media UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W
Two security guards take the suitcase for a spin (Picture: Barcroft)

His electric-motored suitcase can carry two grown men and reach speeds of up to 12mph, meaning you’ll never have to set foot in an airport again – unless you’re travelling more than 20 minutes from your front door, that is.

Just remember, if the items in your suitcase get strewn across the tarmac at the airport, it’s usually because of a ham-fisted baggage handler. If your clothes fly out of one of these it’s probably because it’s been hit by a bus.

29 May 2014

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