By now, you’ve probably heard about the blizzards in California and New York and the fires that broke out in California, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Now, it seems you might have also heard about a travel bed in the Bahamas that’s going to make the journey from Florida to the Caribbean and back again in about 20 minutes.

The Bluff Travel Bed, a $1,000 piece of luggage that sits in a car trunk and can carry up to 200 pounds, is a new product from Bluff Design, a company that was founded by two former Air Force officers.

The company has a lot of experience with luggage that can carry a lot and is well known for its bags.

The bluffs travel bed has a high-density foam that’s meant to reduce turbulence and help the travelers relax while they’re in the cabin.

The foam also has a built-in camera, allowing it to capture and store photos that can be shared with a friend.

“We’re the first company in the world that actually builds a traveling travel bed,” Bluff CEO Kevin Williams said in a press release.

“This is the best way to do it.”

Bluff designed the Bluff travel bed from scratch, and the company is now offering it for pre-orders.

The $1 million travel bed costs $500 for a single-use model and $1.75 million for a double-use package that includes two travel bays and two extra seats.

The luggage includes a headrest, a head rest pad, a side seat, a backpack, a laptop, and a hand-held cellphone.

Bluff is currently selling a version of the travel bed with a built in camera that can capture photos, but Williams said the company plans to roll out an updated version with built-ins in the future.

Bluffs travel beds will be available in April, with the option of a second day-trip option for a $150 per day charge.

For more information, check out the Bluffs website.