This suitcase design is of unknown origin, and is listed for sale on the kinds of dicey websites that scream "bait & switch." But it does have some unusual design features worth looking at.
The first feature we've seen variants of before, but I'll include it anyway: There's frontal quick access and the device-charging capacity that's becoming de rigueur these days.
The second is a bit silly, but I can't deny I'd use it: There's a built-in cupholder.
The third is a truly smart feature: The handle itself contains flip-out hooks, handy for hanging those Duty Free bags or the food bag you picked up to bring onto the plane.
The fourth is also something a lot of people would probably use: The handle doubles as a phone stand.
Further fueling suspicion that this object will not be what arrives when you order it, is that prices on aforementioned dicey websites run from $130 to $500.
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Can confirm that there is indeed market for suitcase like this. The cupholder can be from fubric and not take internal space, and ideal handle can be from corner to corner (like LV horizon) to make both sides of suitcase flat inside