As part of the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the landing on the Moon on 20th July this year, Horizn Studios, a company specializing in smart luggage and premium travel accessories, unveiled a cool suitcase designed for zero gravity space travel.
Zero G suitcase was designed in collaboration with Alyssa Carson, the world’s youngest astronaut currently in training. Called Horizn One, this amazing suitcase comes with several interesting features.
Designed for zero gravity, the suitcase comes with a flexible, ultra-light carbon shell that is reinforced with graphene, electromagnetic baseplate, biometric security, smart screen on the side, wireless charging and weird bacteriostatic technology that promises to keep your clothes safe fresh.
The graphene reinforced structure gives flexibility to this suitcase while also making it much lighter than any other suitcase ever created, with an estimated weight of 900 grams.
The electromagnetic baseplate will allow the suitcase to be fixed to the floor or walls of the spacecraft during zero-gravity flights. In addition, the suitcase comes with extra straps, which will allow you to carry it as a backpack.
A built-in smart screen will allow you to quickly connect with those who are far from you, while biometric security will give you the opportunity to open your suitcase with your fingerprint.
Clothes will be as fresh as possible through the use of bacteriostatic function, which will counteract their odor and bacteria.
Horizn plans to launch the first range of space suitcases by 2030, and Horizn One will be one of the first and most advanced suitcases in the world. In addition, it will be one of the most expensive, with a price tag of nearly $50,000.