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Amazing coat can store 15kg of airport luggage in bid to beat baggage fees

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Ryanair and Easyjet might not be pleased to hear it but this jacket could allow you to hold more than the contents of you carry-on luggage. 

The Airport Jacket allows you to wear 15 kilos of luggage in a bid to beat baggage queues and reduce baggage fees.

Credits: Kickstarter © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Kickstarter The coat comes with a whopping 14 deep pockets.

It can be worn three ways - including to the hip or full length.

Airlines such as Ryanair restrict carry on luggage to 10kg.

I Credits: Kickstarter © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Kickstarter t includes two detachable pocket panels as well as a carry-on size duffle bag.

The coat's manufacturer, Juice Promotions Australia, reportedly said: 'When worn at full length, the Airport Jacket is capable of concealing approximately two laptops, an iPad, two pairs of shoes, a pair of jeans, five T-shirts, a jumper and a camera.

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"Wearers need simply slide their luggage into the jacket pockets when checking in and boarding the flight, and once safely off the plane the jacket can easily be unzipped and transformed into a duffle bag capable of holding both the jacket plus all items in the pockets."

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Product designer Andy Benke told the Daily Mail: 'Essentially this coat would allow you to carry onboard everything you would need for an overnight or long weekend stay without worrying about your luggage getting lost or paying excessive baggage fees.

The designers are seeking funding to put the coat into production through Kickstarter.

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