Travel Gear Review: Zuca Flyer
ZÜCA has completed re-engineered packing. The heart of the system is a vertical column of mesh packages. They come in different depths for different types of clothing. Deeper ones for sweaters and pants, shallow ones for underwear and small lightweight items. Roll you them up, place like items in a package, and stack the packages up one atop the other.
ZÜCA unzips to expose the packages. To "unpack" I simply removed them and pulled out exactly the items I wanted. I never even opened a drawer. I just put the two or three packages I needed on the dresser. The next day I stacked them back into the Flyer, zippered up and was ready to hit the road again. There was even enough room next to the mesh packages to tuck in a pair of soft boots.
The Flyer has plenty of pockets for smaller items, papers, and a clear plastic pouch for liquids. There's even a mesh bag inside the zippered cover for more stuff.
It's built with a sturdy lightweight frame that you can even use as a perch for your legs, or a sit down. There are two wheels and two legs that keep the flyer from flying down the hill, or tipping over when you sit on it. And it comes with a cover that protects the zippers and compartments when you fly.
If you've always thought that there must be a better system for packing, you were right. And it has arrived! It's name is ZÜCA
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Published: March 25th, 2014