Tesloid coupon code DTC10 saves 10% on Frunk Luggage Set for Tesla Model 3 (and Model Y) [Deal]

One of the more unique features of the Tesla Model 3 is its front trunk, or frunk as its affectionately known. While it’s nice to have the extra space, it can often go underutilized in day-to-day life, and also during road trips.

The best solution to make the most of your frunk is to get a set of luggage bags specifically designed for your Model 3 frunk from Tesloid.ca or Tesloid.com.

When they’re not in use, they can easily be flattened and kept in the included storage bag.

Once they’re out of the bag, you get an immediate sense of the quality as they have a very thick, durable feel to them. That quality extends even to the dual zippers, which are very heavy duty and don’t feel like they’ll fail on you like cheap zippers can.

They also come with removable and adjustable straps, in addition to a handle on the top, making carrying them to and from your car a breeze.

Given that you get two bags that fit side-by-side in the frunk, you can carry a surprising amount of clothing in the bags. This gives you an idea of how much you squeeze into one bag.

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For new Tesla Model Y owners, the good news is while the bags aren’t officially designed for your car, they do fit. The Model Y frunk while much deeper, is slightly smaller in terms of width, so they’re a bit of a tight fit, but easily work. Here’s what they look like in the Model Y frunk.

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The Tesla Model 3 (and Model Y) Frunk Luggage Bags from Tesloid.ca are just $129.99 CAD (or $99.99 USD on Tesloid.com), which includes free shipping across Canada or the US.

Plus you can save 10% by using the coupon code DTC10, bringing the price down to $116.99 CAD ($89.99 USD).

If you’re in Canada, click here to buy now, or if you’re in the US, click here to buy now.

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