Stefano Cecchi | GEO ALUMINUM 24″ – ZERO HALLIBURTHON
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GEO ALUMINUM 24″ – ZERO HALLIBURTHON

July 2014

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I travel a lot for work, some weeks I spend more time in the air than on the ground, and I have chosen not to follow fashion – at least not for my luggage. My ideal trolley is light, indestructible, impenetrable and must become more attractive as time goes on. This is why I recommend Geo Alluminium 24” Zero Halliburton, as it was designed in 1938 by a team of engineers for one engineer, Erle P. Halliburton, and is still built today in the same aluminium alloy used in plane wings. It is no coincidence that NASA decided to use a specimen on the Apollo 11, the first time they sent a man to the moon. The interior of the Zero Halliburton can be customised as needed: Stefano, for example, has a made-to-measure pocket for his inseparable bottle of Xanax ‘anti-turbulence’. How did I customise my Geo Alluminium? I will never tell!
Bon voyage! – by Marco.

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