You need to see this new smart luggage that will rid you of all airport stress

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This startup wants to solve your travel woes

When was the last time you showed up at the airport without any sort of stress?

Between waiting for baggage claim, security lines, worrying about losing something or whatever unexpected glitches occur, it can seem impossible to have a seamless airport experience.

But thanks to the new smart luggage company Raden, all of that's about to change.

The four features that Raden luggage has built in to it will change your airport experience completely:

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Bluetooth alert to let you know when your bag is coming through baggage claim

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Handles that double as a scale
All you have to do is lift the bag to calculate its weight and avoid paying fees for overweight baggage.

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Phone charging capabilities
The suitcase comes with a built-in battery that allows for four full phone charges, as well as built-in USB ports for dual device charging.

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Gives you details about TSA line wait times via Bluetooth
When you download the accompanying app, this information is accessible on your phone

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Joshua Udashkin, CEO and founder, said:

"Raden eliminates the worry of getting to the airport on time, the anxiety of possibly having an overweight bag as you're checking in, and the fear of your phone and other devices dying during your trip. Raden not only solves all these problems, but also does so with a beautiful, sleek case."

As a millennial himself, Udashkin knows what's in demand: products that cater to the technologically dependent and that make any process, even going to the airport, easier.

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Raden currently has $3.5M in Venture Capital funding.

The company's e-commerce store opened March 29, and a brick-and-mortar store is set to open in the SoHo area of New York City, though no date has been specified.

Take a look at other notable entrepreneurs like Udashkin:

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