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Arlo Skye introduces a polycarbonate version of its Carry-On suitcase

Lighter and just as durable.
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Arlo Skye Polycarbonate Carry-On

Arlo Skye is introducing a new polycarbonate version of its hardshell carry-on with all the same features in a lighter package. Due to the virgin polycarbonate construction, the new model shaves a pound off the overall weight. The new model also keeps the latches instead of going the zipper route and all the space and dimensions remain exactly the same. It will also feature an aluminum frame and corners and a built-in 10,000 mAh battery, which can be easily ejected when asked to be removed by an airline. 


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