The Jellybean Check-In trolley is made in the image of, well, jellybeans. Its surface is covered with textural round dimples—a design that's sweet enough to satisfy any candy craving. This suitcase provides ultra-modern style that defies definition, the protection of a hardside case, and a surprisingly lightweight, easy-to-maneuver construction.
Designer Hideo Wakamatsu launched his namesake company out of a small Paris shop in 1981 before relocating the company headquarters to Tokyo. The scion to a venerable family handbag business, Hideo draws on French and Japanese design traditions to create luggage and accessories that marry fashion, function, and value.
Case is constructed from a super-light high-performance alloy of ABS and polycarbonate. There are four 360-degree swivel silent wheels, a retractable carry handle with a zipper closure, and TSA-approved surface-mounted locks. The interior lining is sky blue.