train reaction


‘We travel a lot. Big T can always use a hand with the luggage, which is why I was curious when I learned of the Train Reaction luggage stabilization system.

About Train Reaction

A universal luggage stabilizer, the Train Reaction Device allows globetrotters to connect and roll two pieces of wheeled luggage in virtually any size and combination with half the effort.

Linking bags in seconds, this patent-pending invention creates a stable and balanced four-wheel unit that is incredibly easy to move. The Train Reaction Device is ideal for maneuvering anywhere luggage goes. By using the smaller bag to leverage the larger, or connecting two of the same size, the device produces a ?weightless? effect allowing users to transport their gear with a single hand ? leaving the other free for coffee, a cell phone or child.

?Rather than piggybacking the smaller bag on the larger, we?ve reversed the conventional idea and instead use the smaller wheeled piece to actually pull the larger, creating a perfect center of gravity in the process,? says company founder Jeff Herold. ?It?s been tested in airports, parking lots, hotels and city streets. The consensus has been sheer amazement that something so simple and cost-effective can completely transform the travel experience.?

Made in the USA, the simple hook and ladder system is approximate 17 inches long and crafted from a nearly indestructible, flexible plastic. This travel accessory works on a reverse piggyback concept much like a simple hook and ladder system. Train Reaction is 17 inches in length and constructed of flexible but almost indestructible plastic. It promises to defy gravity. Now I don’t know about that, but I do know that anything that makes for easier maneuverability with less effort is worth a try. We haven’t traveled since receiving it so we haven’t been able to put it through a real test but we did try it in the hall with two bags and it worked as described. It should make out next trip much easier.

Club Glove?s Train Reaction Device carries a price of $19.95 for two and is available for purchase at


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27 thoughts on “HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Train Reaction

  1. fortunately my kids are older and carry their own. We each have a roll on and that’s what we live out of. Used to be we also would have backpacks as carryons.

  2. We manage by all of us trying to handle our own. But when we have to take carseats then it becomes difficult.

    I really like that the smallest piece is in front and the larger piece in back. That would certainly make it easier to move all that luggage.

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