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Samsonite Carbonite 2 Piece Suitcase Set in Grey £95.96 Instore @ Costco Milton Keynes

£95.96 @ costco
Bought these earlier in the week for £108, now just shy of £96 for two of the best brand of travel suitcases IMO. 10 year guarantee and build is excellent. Still took my one back for the £12 refund (b… Read More
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
Bought these earlier in the week for £108, now just shy of £96 for two of the best brand of travel suitcases IMO. 10 year guarantee and build is excellent. Still took my one back for the £12 refund (being a lifetime HUKD member ;) )

Bought one Samsonite suitcase from Bicester Village a year ago for £150 which is similar in quality.

Check your local Costco as believe it will be national. If its a bit of a journey out the way give them a call to check before making the trip. No price change online so just in store.
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#1
http://media.costco.co.uk/medias/sys_master/root/h84/h21/8878766882846.jpg?buildNumber=RELEASE-77-SVN-2861
#2
The larger one is not a full size tall suitcase tho, right?
#3
cabbagekitten
The larger one is not a full size tall suitcase tho, right?

Dimensions:

Carry-on Spinner:
Packing Capacity: H 48 x W 20.5 x L 36 cm, 2.82 kg
Overall Dimensions: H 55 x W 20.5 x L 36 cm
76cm Spinner Dimensions:
Packing Capacity: H 70 x W 29.5 x L 49.8 cm, 4.73 kg
Overall Dimensions: H 76.8 x W 29.5 x L 52.3 cm

The larger suitcase is around a medium size. Could fit enough for 2 week holiday.
#4
I assume anyone considering these travels reasonably often (otherwise just grab a couple of £20 fabric cases). Therefore as Airlines are pretty stingy with luggage allowance these days i'd suggest considering a lighter case.

In our case we opted for the Cosmolites (2KG lighter and a bit more capacity) for the larger case and Samsonite lightweight cloth case for the smaller ones. Hard case seemed more important for longer haul/checked baggage. Whereas for cabin bags weight was the priority as fragile stuff can always go in shoulder bag and you handle the luggage not the out of sight baggage handlers.

Edited By: Mentos on Jan 29, 2017 14:48
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Seems like a great price but how well do the wheels last? They seem to stick out quite a bit and look like they could get broken off when being thrown around by bnaggage handlers.
#6
Price quoted is plus VAT making a cost of £115
#7
goatistuta
Price quoted is plus VAT making a cost of £115


No it isn't.
#8
SweatySock
Seems like a great price but how well do the wheels last? They seem to stick out quite a bit and look like they could get broken off when being thrown around by bnaggage handlers.


They're covered in the guarantee according to the shop. It makes the bags so handy to push around. I bought two slight different ones on Amazon.com around Christmas, great bags.

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