Special backpack for sitting – level 3

31-01-2015 10:00

Can you recall the feeling when your legs are tired but there is nowhere to sit? What if you could simply sit down on your backpack?

A father and his sons from the Czech Republic designed and patented a new backpack with an elegantly built-in stool that can help you relax wherever you are. With its modern design, it sits a person weighing up to 130 kg, features 22-litre storage and it is waterproof. The backpack is called BAGOBAGO.



In the Czech Republic, there are already thousands of people using the backpack for waiting in lines, sitting at concerts and festivals, going on trips and being at work. Now, the family is trying to make BAGOBAGO famous to the whole world.


Help the family by sharing this article or the video with your friends. Also, if you know someone who sells backpacks in your country, do not hesitate to let him or her know about BAGOBAGO.


The BAGOBAGO website is available in several languages listed below:

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: recall (to remember), stool (a small chair), feature (to have), storage (space for storing things – keeping them somewhere), hesitate (to wait and think before doing something).


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