A man in the airport spotted a woman near his gate area and decided he wanted to approach her. What’s the modern and non-creepy way to do that with someone you’ve never met? He decided to send over his robot suitcase to do it, rather than walking up.
He wrote a note on a pad and sent over the note. She could check ‘yes’ for whether they could spend time together (indeed, rearrange their seats to spend the flight together) or ‘no’ for go away and leave her alone. The luggage went up to her. She read the note. He seemed to think things were going well. She checked a box, the suitcase returned and he read it. Buzz off!
@djspindizzy well at least i tried 🤦🏽♂️ #travel #traveling #funny #fyp #foryou ♬ love nwantinti (ah ah ah) – CKay
The suitcase-as-wingman is a stunt that might work for someone else in the future. And that seems to be the point. C Boarding Group points out that the stunt is meant to promote the suitcase, Rydebot. And further the “woman in the video looks eerily familiar to his girlfriend in other videos”
I’m perfectly happy with rolling bags thank you very much. My luggage doesn’t need a remote control and it doesn’t need a built-in charging capability. But then I’m married and not asking out random women at the airport.
If you are, remember that smart bags must have removable batteries to be accepted by most airlines, since a passenger might be required to gate check the bag and airlines don’t want the bag’s battery in the luggage compartment of the plane due to fire risk.