6 Smart Suitcases That Won’t Break Airlines’ Battery Rules

1. Arlo Skye

Arlo Skye

In silver, champagne, or black with quiet wheels and TSA-approved locks, this bag also includes a leather name tag, two shoe bags, and a laundry bag. Its built-in fast charger easily pops out of the top of the suitcase in seconds for portability and airline compliance.

 

2. G-RO

G-RO

G-RO’s carry-on comes equipped with a slim, removable power bank that simply unplugs from the bag’s built-in USB wires so travelers can upgrade their G-RO with new tech at any time, or remove it completely if they need to quickly check a bag. It also comes with a removable Tile Slim Bluetooth tracker, which doesn’t need a battery to keep tabs on your luggage’s location.

3. Away Luggage

Away Luggage

Away’s cult-favorite suitcases come in 12 colors with unbreakable shells, TSA-approved locks, and built-in USB chargers that can power up a phone battery up to five times. In the most recent versions, the battery pack can easily be popped out of its exterior spot beneath the handle.

 

4. Travelpro Crew 11

Travelpro Crew 11

This lightweight collection from Travelpro includes both hardside and softside luggage that is equipped with an external USB port that can connect any USB device to a power source for charging. A dedicated external pocket holds the easily removable power bank (but it must be purchased separately).

5. U.S. Traveler Smart USB Port EZ Charge

U.S. Traveler Smart USB Port EZ Charge

This affordable hardside spinner set comes in teal, royal blue, and purple, with TSA-approved locks and sturdy handles. A built-in USB port provides a convenient connection for charging portable electronic devices when attached to a power bank (purchased separately.) The interior power bank compartment must be accessed to remove the unit.

5. Genius Pack G3

Engineered for convenience, this expandable bag has designated compartments and external pockets for keeping travelers organized. With a slot to add your own portable charger, it’s easy to keep laptops and phones charged.

 

 

 

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