We finally know what luggage for outer space might look like. On Thursday, smart luggage pioneer Horizn Studios unveiled a design study for the first ever case engineered for space travel. “Horizn ONE” was designed in collaboration with the world’s youngest astronaut-in-training, Alyssa Carson and marks the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing.
“We’re excited to honour this landmark anniversary with Alyssa, who fearlessly represents space travel for the next generation,” explained Horizn Studios founder Stefan Holwe in a press release. “Space is seen as the final frontier, and Horizn ONE brings us one step closer. It shows how far smart travel technology has come, and how far it can go.”
With its ultra-light and flexible carbon fiber shell, smart screens, biometric security, and wireless charging, this space-age concept luggage is as futuristic as they come. This might be the sickest luggage in the entire universe, and it will set you back a mere £40,000 (approximately $50,000).
While space travel is already a reality, the Horizn ONE — the first luggage of its kind — is still a concept. The brand expects its first space range to arrive by 2030. Until then, one case will be auctioned at the US Space and Rocket Center’s 50th Anniversary Ceremony in Alabama. Proceeds raised will go towards the Space Camp Foundation which helps underprivileged children access scholarships. Follow Horizn Studios for more updates.