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ECBC Luggage Line Includes Charging Packs

Murrieta, Calf. – Luggage supplier ECBC has introduced a collection of rolling luggage that includes rechargeable battery packs to charge devices while stowed inside. 2/21/2013 07:41:00 AM Eastern

Murrieta, Calf. – Luggage supplier ECBC has introduced a collection of rolling luggage that includes rechargeable battery packs to charge devices while stowed inside.

Three new models are all TSA compliant with high-density foam compartments for a 15-inch or smaller laptop, a full-size tablet, a mini tablet and power cords.

Models include the Sparrow, a 22-inch rolling garment carry-on bag, the 22-inch, 26-inch and 30-inch Falcon rolling duffle, and the Pegasus rolling backpack carry-on.

 The Sparrow features a center compartment with a fold-out garment section. The bottom is a hard-shelled opening for folded clothes. 

The Falcon rolling duffles are made of 1680-denier ballistic nylon for abrasion- and tear- resistance, with a water-repellent coating, self-repairing YKK zippers and rubberized wheels. The molded bottom has built-in impact-resistant skid plates and the bags feature two inches of depth expandability.

The Pegasus rolling backpack features an ergonomically designed hide-away shoulder strap system with adjustment points and a sternum strap, and back padding.  The main compartment opens up horizontally like traditional luggage.

ECBC’s charging luggage will be available beginning May, with retails ranging from $299 to $399.

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