Danon Seletkovic’s Bandnets carrying bag fuses elasticity with portability
Simplicity is progression. This dictum is aptly followed by the Bandnets, an unpretentious yet useful conception for carrying your personal stuff. Made up of an elastic mesh that extends and contracts according to its luggage’s form and quantity, the main function of the bag is to be hanged from any place via its integrated carabiner clip and elastic cord.
The whole design of the bag in sense is an evolved version of the Quirky’s Bandits (originally created by Marc Zech). In 2012 designer Danon Seletkovic decided on expanding upon the core idea of the Bandits to give shape to an even more extendable bag. The result was the transformable Bandnets crafted from ripstop nylon, catering to a variety of outdoor based lifestyles. Easy to carry and put things in, the functionality is further improved by the waterproof nature of the materials used.
Commercially, the Bandnets is available in three different sizes: small, medium, and large. The largest model has an extra small pouch that can be used for additional storage purpose, thus enhancing upon the level of the bags carrying capacity as well as portability.
Latest posts by Dattatreya (see all)
- VERSI Docker/Stand exhibits its industrial essence with functional features - December 24, 2013
- Bread from Scratch symbolizes the value of basic food production - November 26, 2013
- Mira Schroder’s Workbed combines a work desk and a resting bed - November 25, 2013
- A Chinese farmer successfully cultivates his roof top farm - November 25, 2013
- Ocean front hacienda in Mexico comes with $10,000 per night tag - November 25, 2013