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It’s always a bummer when your new luggage hits the conveyor belt at the airport and you see how it got beat up and damaged.  So why not deny the luggage handlers the opportunity?

There’s a company called Crash Baggage, and they sell brand new suitcases that come PRE-DAMAGED.  Their bags come scratched, dented, and beat up, so you don’t have to worry about what happens to them.

If you’re interested, the bags start at around $250.

Brand new luggage comes with a pre-damaged look | Boing Boing

Buying brand new things comes with an additional price - worrying about them getting scratched and dented. An Italian company called Crash Baggage makes polycarbonate luggage with cosmetic damage molded into the shell. From their website: [O]ur suitcases are already dented, worn-looking, crashed.With Crash Baggage we want to overturn the very concept of luggage through...