Special backpack for sitting - level 2

Special backpack for sitting - level 2

31-01-2015 10:00

Do you ever get that feeling when your legs are tired but there is nothing to sit on? Well, with BAGOBAGO, you can sit anywhere!

BAGOBAGO is a backpack with a built-in stool. It can hold a person who weighs up to 130 kilograms. The backpack features 22 litres of storage space and is waterproof as well.



In the Czech Republic, there are already thousands of people who use the backpack for waiting in lines, sitting at concerts and festivals, going on trips and being at work. The family who makes the backpack is now trying to make BAGOBAGO famous to the whole world. You can help the family by sharing this article or the video with your friends. Also, if you know a person who sells backpacks in your country, tell him or her about BAGOBAGO!


You can check out the BAGOBAGO website in these languages:

English - http://bagobago.com

Russian - http://bagobago.ru

French - http://bagobago.fr

Spanish - http://es.bagobago.com

Hungarian - http://bagobago.hu

Italian - http://bagobago.it

Czech - http://bagobago.cz

Slovak - http://bagobago.sk


Difficult words: stool (a small chair), feature (to have), storage space (space for your things).

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