Genius Pack

The most functional carry-on. Period.

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Ace Bhattacharjya
Ace Bhattacharjya@durjoy · Narvii
I'm really into luggage- some nice features on the Genius Pack. I'm currently really into Tom Bihn stuff (which has an incredible community- the forums on their site are absurdly active for a bag maker). The best write up I've seen about what to look for in carry on luggage is from Brian Lam's The Wirecutter:
Adam Sigel
Adam SigelHunter@adamsigel · Product @Hometap_, Founder @bosproduct
I am in the market for new carry on luggage that meets international standards and came across this company. Some really clever innovations in their products. I particularly like the compressed laundry bag and umbrella pocket.
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréPro@nikkielizdemere · Early-Stage B2B SaaS Consultant
@adamsigel When I travel, I always fit everything into just a carry on. I like their style.
Alfred Chehebar
Alfred ChehebarMaker@alfredchehebar · CEO, Genius Pack
Thanks @adamsigel for posting! Any and all comments are appreciated.
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)@bramk · Working on @nocodemvp (pre-launch)
You should send one for free to @stevewoz - see:
ryan borker
ryan borker@borker · Founder, Shortlist and Hisabo Tea
@durjoy agree my briggs and riley has taken a pounding over 6 years of very heavy use. I like some of the features they add, but I question the quality of the zippers and lining (which is really the main point of failure in any luggage anyway) and the lack of a lifetime warranty. When baggage handlers broke my briggs, I brought it in for a claim no questions asked. I would consider this if they made a 'tough' line with a lifetime warranty. The laundry bag is a very nice feature.
Tony Sheng
Tony Sheng@tonysheng · Author and Creator
@borker I'm a diehard B&R fan as well and after buying my carryon started looking for lifetime warranties wherever possible (e.g. Filson bag). My little guy got me through two years of constant consulting travel and still looks and works great. So +1 on the tough line suggestion. While I don't see my bag dying any time soon I might get my mom one for a gift.