Horizn Studios’ Limited-Edition NASA Cabin Luggage Is Out of This World
The world’s first space travel suitcase is also in the making.
July 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing. In celebration of the momentous occasion, Horizn Studios has collaborated with 18-year-old Alyssa Carson, the world’s youngest astronaut-in-training, to launch a special NASA edition suitcase.
The Limited NASA Edition M5 Cabin Luggage features the space agency’s official logo and a dedicated luggage tag in honor of the ground-breaking spaceflight. Its colorway consists of an “Apollo white” with touches of orange and blue tones. The suitcase also highlights Horizn Studios’ signature built-in smart charger, 360-degree spinner wheels and an aerospace-grade polycarbonate hard shell. In addition to this special piece, consumers will receive one year’s free access to Horizn GO, the world’s first personal travel assistant which helps organize your itineraries before your journey.
The world’s first luggage for space travel is also in the making with Carson as the co-designer. The young astronaut has partnered up with Horizn Studios’ team to develop the Horizn ONE specifically created to meet astronauts’ needs and spaceship requirements. It’ll feature a range of ground-breaking materials and technology such as a graphene-enhanced carbon-fiber structure, electromagnetic base, biometric security, smart screens and bacteriostatic technology. This space luggage concept is projected to retail for over £40,000 GBP (approximately $50,000 USD).
The limited anniversary NASA case will be available for purchase on July 19 for £650 GBP (approximately $810 USD) at Horizn Studios’ web store. If you’re looking for a more everyday travel piece, check out Horizn Studios’ “Pale Rose” luggage collection.