Whaletale Suitcase Provides a Clean Space On The Floor for Your Children to Crawl and Play

Whaletale suitcase offers unique solution for parents when they are in an over crowded airport with children. Parents need to keep their children entertained while waiting for their flight, letting kids play on the floor is not an option as we know airport carpeting or floor is not hygienic. Whaletale suitcase comes with a detachable mat that folds out and become a hygienic space where your children can play, crawl and relax.

Open and spread out this mat a.k.a blanket, parents can use it as a space for changing infants, feeding, or simply to work. This nice concept was actually the result of an assignment on “transformation and transition” project, it would be really nice to see this concept comes to reality, many parents would love to buy this. The Whaletale name itself came from the shape of the mat, in this way, parents can sit on the narrow side with their legs stretched out to surround their kids when playing. Even when folded up, this mat straps onto the underside of the suitcase so that you still can have access to the bag’s content.

Designer : Daye Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale suitcase also acts as a place to lean up against when sitting, perfect to work with when all airport walls are already filled with other passengers. The mat itself is very easy to clean, making it an attractive product for a family when traveling. If that’s not enough, there’s a special mobile app where you can build a community with other families to setup Whaletale camp together or just get in touch.

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

Whaletale Suitcase by Dave Kim

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