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The Hard-Shell Luggage Supervillains Would Use

 The codes stored inside could launch the entirety of the United States nuclear arsenal and essentially annihilate humanity as we know it. Now, you can buy a heat-tempered aluminum hard-shell travel case that looks just like it and use it as a piece of carry-on luggage to portage your clothes and toiletries.

Halliburton Zero’s new Aluminum Geo series is a line of hardshell luggage that incorporates Halliburton Zero’s now-iconic aluminum shell design. The ribbed construction allows for a metal covering without significant weight gain. Still, these hard-shell rollers aren’t super-light. Neither are they cheap. The smaller, carry-on rollers start at $700 and weigh about 10 pounds. But with that weight and cost comes serious durability and security.

With a name like Zero Halliburton and given the whole nuclear-annihilation historical background, it’s easy

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