Although the company said there were no plans to make it a real product, The UPS Store’s Tracy Spahr has turned around saying they are now “playing around with the idea” after receiving positive reception and requests from gamers.
— The UPS Store (@TheUPSStore) April 26, 2018
Spahr also added the prototype took a team of 6 people over 12 hours to build, and the carry case itself is made out of 7 boxes manufactured by The UPS Store. Learn more about how it was made below:
The creative team at EP+Co – The UPS Store social media advertising agency – developed the blueprint, then had the entire piece laser cut. The Toy-Con-Tainer has custom-built spaces for the 5 Labo Toy-Con individual pieces. We also included some extra features, including the secret hatch, lock and key, handle, and moveable wheels to take it on the go.