Avid travelers Tack Lee and Hoe Ping Lo didn’t want to stop jetsetting just because they had young kids. So the married Australian duo designed the TernX Carry On: a “luggage stroller” the size of a carry-on suitcase that unfolds into a stroller. Made from aluminum and recycled polycarbonate, TernX ($599) holds about 18 liters (.6 cubic feet) worth of stuff, while the stroller outfitted with a five-point harness and brake pedal can easily support up to 15 kilos (33 pounds). Lee says they’re working on bringing that up to 22 kilos (48.5 pounds).
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