Transport bags are used to carry a large amount of equipment, clothing or other material. They are used by travelers, hikers, and soldiers. Special military units sometimes carry up to 70 kilograms of equipment with them in transport bags. Transport bags are usually carried on the back. Travel bags often have small wheels at the bottom to make it easier for passengers to pull on the road.
Such wheeled bags cannot be used outside of hard, flat surfaces.
If a large wheel is placed on the bag, the bag can also be towed over rough ground, even over obstacles. With them, soldiers, hikers, or hikers could carry loads of up to a hundred pounds, much easier than carrying 50 pounds.
Such a bag on one large wheel, measuring 200 x 50 x 30 cm, could carry over 100 kilograms of equipment, and one person could easily pull or push it. With handles that can be attached to the shoulder of the carrier, a hiker or soldier could do other things at the same time with his hands.
When the bag was opened, it would expand, converting to a bearing. Dissolving the bag creates a flat surface measuring 200 x 130 cm. In doing so, the carrying arms are positioned in a different position to serve as the legs for the bearing.
Such a bearing can be placed on uneven terrain, underwater wetland or on rocky terrain without the person lying onthe bed feeling it. On the bed, man would also be protected from most small animals crawling on the ground. A tent could be erected above the bed, without leveling the terrain below the tent, and even in shallow water surfaces. This would also protect the bearing from the raining.
The users of such a transport bag would have two benefits; they could carry a lot more cargo and have a much more comfortable and secure bearing. This would be most useful for hikers who travel for days on rough terrain and also for soldiers on longer activities when they have to carry a lot of equipment. If the bottom of the bag was made of steel plate then the bag could be used as a shelter in the event of a sudden attack by an opponent.