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by Shane Stokes
November 17, 2017
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United States based Orucase have announced a new demo/rental program for its Airport Ninja bike case, a travel case that aims to pack your road bike into a size that’s small enough to sneak past oversized baggage fees.
The US$150 rental program will provide users with 14 days use and free shipping both ways. The company’s website claims they need a minimum of seven days notice to ship the case, and that the transit time isn’t counted as part of the rental period. Half of the rental fee (US$75) can be used as a credit toward buying your own case (US$399) after the rental period.
The Orucase is a product James Huang recently featured in his Most Loved Products of 2017.
For more information on the product or rental program, visit orucase.com.