The Snap Trolley has been designed by Industrial Design Honours student Fiona Horgan.
This design project has been developed using soft and hard materials in conjunction with a functional sliding mechanism.
It is made for the young, urban resident living alone or with a partner in a home of limited space. This user depends on walking or public transport to get around. Should the walking distance to the store be greater than five minutes, the trolley would be an appealing piece of transportation.
The weight of half a week's groceries can cause serious strain on the upper body, lower back and arms. Snap Trolley provides an alternative which alleviates this pain. Should the trolley not be required, the straps can unhook and seperate the basket from the trolley converting it into either a backpack or duffel bag.
Snap can be used to transport goods from heavy groceries to damp laundry.