Mitch’s Commercial Break: Oregami Luggage designed to keep travelers organized

Oregami Luggage

Oregami Luggage

Oregami Luggage launches the first bag in a line of suitcases that makes packing and traveling a breeze.

“Packing is this long, involved process for most people,” says Oregami Luggage President David Kao in a news release. “You plan, you prepare, and then you execute. Even with careful planning, you arrive at your destination and still can’t find anything. We’ve taken that whole system and turned it on its head. We’ve made packing smarter and faster, and less of a hassle.”

The concept came from an awareness of Kao, an avid traveler, skier and cyclist, who just wanted to spend less time prepping for his trips, less time organizing his suitcase and finding items once he got to his destination, and less of a headache once he returned home. Any frequent traveler, especially those with children, can appreciate the amount of time and effort that goes into the packing process.

In addition to being easy to pack, Oregami is forging the way with a patent pending internal organizing system that includes three organizer compartments that fold out easily, can each be taken out separately and placed into hotel drawers, and reconnected and folded back into the suitcase when it’s time to leave.

To learn more, go online to www.oregamiluggage.com.

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