Revelation Zora trolley case £10 using £5 off £20 WAS £30 - HotUKDeals
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This Revelation Zora trolley case is made from lightweight ABS with a hard outer shell to protect contents. The case has a capacity of 40 litres.

Brand Revelation
Capacity (Litres) 40
Colour Black
Compartments 1
Material Lightweight ABS
Size 51x34x23cm
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#1
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#2
So it's not really £10 unless you spend £20 minus the £5 voucher making it £15?? :?

Jules
#3
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So it's not really £10 unless you spend £20 minus the £5 voucher making it £15?? :?

Jules


No, from what I remember, on Tesco Direct offers, if the old price hasn't been scored out on the site, the code will still work. On this item, it says "Was £30" and there is no line scoring that out, so the code should still work. Hope that explains it.
#4
therealslimkaty
No, from what I remember, on Tesco Direct offers, if the old price hasn't been scored out on the site, the code will still work. On this item, it says "Was £30" and there is no line scoring that out, so the code should still work. Hope that explains it.


Great, thanks for the explanation. Sounds much better now! :)

Jules
#5
But this item costs almost £5 to deliver, even if to a local store. It's only free store delivery if you spend more than £25.

The code works ok though, but barely covers the shipping. Try and ye shall see.

I'm not voting it negatively, I won't vote at all.
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I went for it as we needed a new case with wheels, yes the £5 delevery cost for store pickup was a bit much so I added 5 reams of paper and got free delivery/storepickup.

Total to be taken from your payment card: £22.00
#7
BritBrat
I went for it as we needed a new case with wheels, yes the £5 delevery cost for store pickup was a bit much so I added 5 reams of paper and got free delivery/storepickup.

Total to be taken from your payment card: £22.00


Yeah that was a pretty good idea actually.
#8
This looks quite good - as I guess it will be within hand luggage size.

I fI could find the max size for hand luggage and the same as this but with a rucksack with cheststrap it would be perfect. But this one at this price is HOT.
#9
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) sets guidelines for cabin baggage/hand luggage/carry-on luggage size [1]. They are not mandatory, however, and individual airlines can and do vary their requirements. The IATA guideline states:

Cabin baggage should have maximum length of 22 in (56 cm), width of 18 in (45 cm) and depth of 10 in (25 cm). The sum of these three dimensions should not exceed 45 in (115 cm). These dimensions include wheels, handles, side pockets, etc.

As an example of the lack of standardisation some of the following airlines requirements are:

* Austrian Airlines - Hand luggage may not exceed 8 kg in weight or a maximum size of 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm.
* British Airways - One bag; 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm (22 in x 18 in x 10 in) [2]
* EasyJet - One bag; 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm [3]
* Jet Airways - Hand baggage dimensions vary according to the model of aircraft. [4]
* Malaysian Airlines - One bag; 115 cubic cm [sic] (56 cm x 36 cm x 23 cm) or 45 cubic inches [sic] (22 in x 14 in x 9 in), not exceeding 5 kg [5]
* Virgin Atlantic - One bag; not larger than 23 cm x 36 cm x 56 cm (9 in x 14 in x 22 in) overall and should also not weigh more than 6 kg [6]
#10
Ryanair

55cm x 40cm x 20cm is permitted


It seems pretty pathetic that airlines are not sticking to the standard size of luggage.

When Ryan air are trying to avoid you using the hold - you would have thought opting for stand sized luggage would have made sence rather than dropping 2 inches on thickness and height (oo err missus).

So this is 3cm too wide for Ryanair and Easyjet - Its a cracker Jet Airways saying your permitted bag size varies with the plane type!

Sorry mate - we changed the plane, your 10kg of hand luggage now needs to go in the hold and this takes you well over our maximum weight allowance - unless you give us a squillion quid.

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