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May 11, 2005

Spacepak by Flight 001


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Originally uploaded by djfischer.
What you see here is the Spacepak. Its a bag which encloses your clothing in vacuum and like that creates much more space in your luggage and keeps your clothes nice and tidy. There is even a department for dirty clothes in it and one can buy the Spacepak for shoes as well. Great idea and the bags even look cool. One can buy it at Flight 001.


Enjoy,


David


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