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Ivorilla Turns Fuel & Diesel Cans Into Hip Storage Cases

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German company Ivorilla has taken the old 1930's flat Jeep metal gas cans and turned them into two styles of functional storage cases and luggage trolleys. The distinctive 47cm x 35cm x 16cm large canisters have a volume of 20 liters and can hold anything from undies to CDs.

By adding hard polymer heavy duty trolley wheels and aluminum telescopic handle, they've turned an old functional item into a new one with greater possibilities. The GasCase has a petrol-resistant lining to prevent corrosion and is made from robust 0.9mm thick pickled sheet-steel.

They have a "diesel" version and a "fuel" version, The diesel version opens from the side and the fuel version from the top. Below are both shown in blue so you can see the difference:

The dimensions are 47cm x 35cm x 16 cm and comes in two versions:
- Ivorilla® GasGase Fuel / Business
- Ivorilla® GasCase Diesel / Case

Ivorilla® GasGase Fuel / Business
The fuel version can be opened from the top and was initially designed for DJ’s to protect their vinyl when traveling towards their next gig. The GasCase has no limitations and lent himself easily to use for safe transportation of a Macbook, calculator, sneakers, dirty wash or your bread drum.

Available Colours: Black, Mini White, Red, Light Blue, Olive Green and Yellow

Ivorilla® GasCase Diesel / Case
The Diesel version can be opened from the side and is designed but not limited to protect your clothing from getting creased. From grandma’s underwear to your baby diapers the GasCase will look after them.

Available Colours: Black, Mini White, Red, Light Blue, Olive Green and Yellow

Also worth noting are their denim ties, check those out when you visit their site too.

all images and info courtesy of Ivorilla.

You can buy the Ivorilla® GasCase here. Or check their site here

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