Has anyone got an AMAZING 4-wheeled cabin bag?(5 Posts)
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As my username suggests, I live abroad and travel hand luggage only several times a year. Until now, I've been using IT Bags hand luggage cases as they're so light and cheap. However, they seem to give up on me after about a year.
Now, I'm looking to invest in a better quality case in the hope that it will last me a bit longer. Willing to spend up to around £150. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I prefer soft sided luggage and if it has a laptop pocket either inside or out, all the better. Thanks!
Got the Eastpak case last year and it's been amazing...it only has 2 wheels but it's so versatile and holds loads , it's very light and is easy to store...great for weekends away in U.K. as well as long haul cabin case
Have a Kipling Teagan medium case which would be too big for a cabin bag , but Kipling do some amazing luggage- they always have deals on too ( also check them on amazon for end of line colours)
Away do good quality cabin cases not sure if below £150 though as ive only ever seen them in dollars
I've got a cheapie soft cabin bag, DH has got a 4-wheeler. I always get to keep mine with me. Over the last year - I think 15 flights - more often than not DH was made to put his in the hold. Not a serious problem for us as we have hold luggage anyway, but could be a problem if you want a quick exit from the airport.
Sorry to get back to you all so late - thank you for the suggestions. I ended up going for the American Tourister SummerFunk and it seems to be working well so far.
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