Cabin Max Flight approved 44 litre Travel Luggage £24.95 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Maximize your cabin allowance with the major budget airlines, great reviews and could save you money and time in the long run.

Think i'll be getting one for my next 5 day trip to the Canaries!
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#1
Ryanair are charging £67 for their Samsonite Cabin Bag, OK this isnt Samsonite but if you think you may only use a few times then this could be the better option, good reviews anyway.

Hope this helps someone
#2
Good price but remember Ryanair only allow 10 kg on cabin bags.
#3
Ryanair are robin bustards
#4
This has great reviews on Amazon. I wondered if I really needed wheels, but decided that it was not a problem - why take a bag that is almost a third of the weight allowance?
#5
Has it always been at this price? Anyone knows what was the previous selling price?
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cowboy
Has it always been at this price? Anyone knows what was the previous selling price?


I was keeping an eye on it for 3 months before a Ryanair trip to Germany at the end of October. It was always £29.99 apart from 1 week when it was £28.99. The one i bought a seam while I was awat. It was pretty full but it uses compression straps so should be able to take it. I may have had a one-off fault but I am not going to buy another until just before I leave for my next trip so I can maximise the return period with amazon.
#7
Just make sure you check max sizes with the airline eg Thomas Cook allow a measly 43 cm x 28 cm x 23 cm
#8
jsoap
Just make sure you check max sizes with the airline eg Thomas Cook allow a measly 43 cm x 28 cm x 23 cm


I know what you mean about TC, some of my handbags are that big! A "cabin" case I bought was rendered useless under their restrictions. Pathetic!
Bah humbug, lol. Merry Christmas all.
#9
the amazon sale is not all its cracked upto be, i bought a protec iphone 4 cover for £4.01 inc super saver delivery on monday, yesterday it featured in the sale at £6.00
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flatlander
Ryanair are robin bustards


No, they're not; they simply apply a different set of rules than other firms. Like me, if you don't like it then fly with another budget carrier.

Edited By: sicknote on Dec 23, 2010 14:16
#11
cheaper here. sub£23 with delivery

http://www.gadgetsuk.com/product.php?rpoductid=17717&utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=cse&utm_campaign=ShoppingResults


EDIT: ignore me that's a laptop bag :)

Edited By: internetshoppa on Dec 23, 2010 14:23
#12
RyanAir might be cheap but they are very, very nasty!
1 Like #13
cowboy
Has it always been at this price? Anyone knows what was the previous selling price?

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B002Q5APX4/new.png?force=1&w=795&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=6m&fo=0&zero=0
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flatlander
Ryanair are robin bustards


Only if you do not know how to play the system, they are the cheapest overall by a wide margin.
#15
Nice one, just ordered 2 for an Easter break.
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Ryanair are still the cheapest if you follow the rules... I have never had to pay any extra charges with them and i've used them for 5 years.

Where else can you get a £30 return to the Gran Canaria? 4 hour flight for £15 is a bargain, a ten minute taxi journey costs a tenner!
#18

I am seriously considering getting this so would be interested in what people think. It is nearly ten poudns cheaper and is lighter with the same dimensions...
#19
Depends who you fly with. Could be useful on a scheduled flight with some of the carriers but useless if you fly on package holidays who may restrict size and definately weight. Many of them only allow 5kg cabin bags.
#20
Bought this same price back in May,
Dont ovefill it though,as it WONT fit in the Ryanair small metal check bins,

Handy too take 2 on holday,as it saves the NOTORIOUS checking in bags with Ryanair,
Never again,will i ever do that, this bags sorts that problem out,and it has back straps
to carry as a large Rucksack!!!
#21
If you are taking 10 kilos then you really need a case with wheels,if you are flying easyjet with no weight restriction you will definately need a pull-along case on wheels,this "bag" is ideal if you are restricted to 7kgs or less. I use a soft-sided collapsible trolley-case that weighs 1.5 kg..and cost £5.....remember,this case never leaves your sight and does not need to be so strong as you are the only person to handle it.


Edited By: antenna on Dec 23, 2010 17:37
#22
RyanAir might be cheap but they are very, very nasty!


+1
I fly a lot & will go out of my way to avoid these horrible people.
I think their staff must get special training on how to be rude to their customers. Or maybe it's just that they get sick of dealing with dissatisfied customers who are unhappy with Ryanair's service.
#23
simonspeakeasy
RyanAir might be cheap but they are very, very nasty!
+1I fly a lot & will go out of my way to avoid these horrible people.I think their staff must get special training on how to be rude to their customers. Or maybe it's just that they get sick of dealing with dissatisfied customers who are unhappy with Ryanair's service.
..........Funny that.......ryanair flights are normally full with happy customers,they have one of the highest % of passengers per plane...........so really there is no room for whingers on their flights,and good riddance i say.
#24
Antenna, where did you get yours please?
#25
Sports direct had a sturdier cabin trolley case at £4.99 weighed 2.5kg,this light case i bought from TJ Hughes for a fiver,it does not look much when new in the packet,it's flat packed,the bottom stand up bit sticks on with velcro to enable the bag to fold down flat when not in use.I got two others free with coca-cola (one free when buying 2x24 can packs) a while ago now,a summer promotion.You should try your local market/cheap bargain store for something very similar
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£5.99Vote HotVote WarmVote Cold72°paz2k6, found 1 year, 1 week agoSome cheap trolly cases, especially the smaller one for £5.99 :)

Also a Flight bag and Laptop bag available.

£3.95 delivery online or just go to a store and pick one up from there.
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also do a search on this site for .... cabin trolley case.
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#28
http://www.onebag.com is just about the definitive resource for picking a carry-on bag - worth reading for the reasons behind choosing different designs.

The main points are that bags without wheels and pull-along handles are much lighter and have a greater capacity for your stuff.

You also have a lot more latitude with soft-sided bags as opposed to rigid or semi-rigid bags so as long as you don't pack them to absolute bursting, you're very unlikely to get challenged on the size of the bag even if it's a cm or so over in some areas.
#29
17.99 http://www.amazon.co.uk/TripNeeds-CabinZERO-Ultra-Light-Backpack-Capacity/dp/B004DIKWSK/ref=pd_sim_sg_9

is a clone ?

Interesting... but no reviews! so if it doesnt fit ie too big could end up costing you 20 euros each way, I know there are cheaper alternatives but the fact the amazon one has so many positive reviews shows it works & is quality
#30
I bought one of these from gadgetsuk through ebay for £19.95 + £2.95 postage a year ago, and bought another one from gadgetsuk through Amazon in March for £19.95. It's not worth £49.95, but I was happy with what I paid for it. I was worried it looked a bit cheap in the photo, but I was pleased with the quality and it's got a few different sections to it to sort your laptop/documents/books etc. You can pack it to regulation size or overpack it if you don't have to conform to size and want to pack more weight.
#31
Davidben83


I am seriously considering getting this so would be interested in what people think. It is nearly ten poudns cheaper and is lighter with the same dimensions...


This isn't available on amazon now.
Im going on a long flight soon, and they allow just 7 kg hand luggage. not sure of dimensions though
#32
pKaTz
Davidben83


I am seriously considering getting this so would be interested in what people think. It is nearly ten poudns cheaper and is lighter with the same dimensions...


This isn't available on amazon now.
Im going on a long flight soon, and they allow just 7 kg hand luggage. not sure of dimensions though


It's still there - I jut clicked on the link and it worked.

The revised price (from the market place reseller TripNeeds) is £15.99 + £3.99 shipping.
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