HOW (NOT) TO LOSE A MILLION DOLLARS
You’ll need: One of these travel bags + one Faraday cage
We recently told you how to spend $344,511.
Now, we’re going to tell you how to hide it.
With a little assist from SDR Traveller, makers of “ultra light, ultra strong, discreet luggage for the global traveller.”
Meaning: durable, lightweight bags that can transport up to $1 million in U.S. currency without leaving a trace, thanks to some ingenious tech and a magical material called “Cuben Fiber.”
Cuben Fiber is a waterproof, lightweight and ripstop laminate four times stronger than kevlar at half the weight (as well as resistant to UV light and 100% waterproof).
A stiff material, it gets a bit crinkly over time, offering the bags an interesting, well, patina. But also safety.
This fiber makes up all the stealthy duffels and carry-ons offered by SDR, a company run by Studio D, aka Studio Dradiodurans, an SF-based international research institute named after Deinococcus Radiodurans, an “extremophilic bacteria that can survive acid, drought and has extraordinary tolerance to radiation.”