When was the last time you lost your luggage? The answer is: when was the last time you went flying? There is nothing more frustrating than lost luggage and the annoying pretend happy face of the stewardess telling you she is trying everything in her power to find the lost luggage. When in fact she is making fake phone calls and fake typing (we are convinced that is all they do) while telling you that your luggage has to be somewhere in LAX, it will just be a matter of finding it.
How would it feel to pull out your phone and show her exactly on a map where in the world is Carmen Sandiego (or your luggage)? It would be incredibly fulfilling and enjoyable to throw that in her face but at the same time knowing your luggage is miles away kind of sucks too. The Trakdot can give you this incredibly bittersweet opportunity and make sure you always know where your luggage is at. It will even alert you when you get within 30 feet of your Trackdot (luggage) so even if somebody accidentally grabs your suitcase you will immediately know. You will also get a text message when you land telling you that your luggage landed safely with you as well. Before you freak out and say that the FAA and FCC certified and compliant you won’t be kicked off the plane faster than Alec Baldwin (just don’t pull out your smart phone too early or those blood suckers will come after you). There are multiple levels of pricing for one-time activation or an annual fee which gives the road warrior several different options.
Make sure you really use this gadget for traveling because it might save you a bunch of headaches when worrying about the location of your luggage. The website for Trackdot actually gives a nice statistic letting you know how easy it is to lose your luggage: “Over 26 million pieces of luggage were lost last year in North America which means statistics aren’t on our side. So avoid the smirk from the airline attendant hanging out behind the desk. You’ll thank us and fall in love with the Trakdot.