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World's Lightest Suitcase, it luggage Extra Large 83cm/29" 4 Wheel Tritex RRP £59.99 Down to £35.99 using code PROMO40 + Free delivery this weekend! @ Bags Etc

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Props to BARGAINORNOTNOT for the code Currently this weekend you can get free delivery + 40% off using code PROMO40 + 5.25% TCB! This works site wide on ALL items! The deal in the OP is the new 4 whe… Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
Props to BARGAINORNOTNOT for the code
Currently this weekend you can get free delivery + 40% off using code PROMO40 + 5.25% TCB!
This works site wide on ALL items!
The deal in the OP is the new 4 wheel one and largest case it have in their lineup.
Deal also works on current argos bag on here for £14.49 down to £8.99 using the code!
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It states RRP of £299.99 on the website - what a load of rubbish... if anyone buys these at that price, they need their head tested...

The two wheeled version is also on offer at Tesco for basically the same price and they are often reduced to a similar price - I paid £19 from ASDA for the hand carry.

Regarding the 4 wheeled version, think before you buy them - lots of 4 wheeled bags get damaged (the wheels) as they stick out and this is why you can now buy 4 wheeled bags with the wheels that can be replaced or removed. I think it's better to get the two wheeled version with 1/2 enclosed wheels (to reduce the risk of damage - never had a problem with mine).

Regarding the 10 year guarantee - If you have tried to claim (I have), you will find it is NOT that easy - they do NOT cover if your bag was damaged from when you check in to when you collect your bag - this is down to the airline. I claimed as my handle snapped and i got mine replaced.

Please see my comments on the Tesco thread, but to sum it up - great hand carry bags, but i would not trust them for your main luggage - not really strong enough for 20kg+

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/luggage-20-off-tesco-instore-online-2683966?p=30810112

Maybe fine for an odd trip a year, but personally i am voting cold for the large luggage....

If you want the hand luggage.. it's cheaper at Tesco and ASDA and i think they are great...

https://www.tesco.com/direct/it-luggage-worlds-lightest-2-wheel-small-charcoal-suitcase/576-4065.prd ?promoId=promo46580057&skuId=576-4065

http://direct.asda.com/george/summer-shop/luggage/D22M8G1C4,default ,sc.html# http://direct.asda.com/george/summer-shop/luggage/D22M8G1C4,default ,sc.html?prefn1=productType&prefv1=Cabin%20Luggage
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Hi, Good Offer, but as Usual Does Not Cover Free Delivery to Northern Ireland.
Funny I thought we were part of UK, maybe not anymore as we voted to stay in Europe!!
Anyway Heat Added.

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2 Likes #1
Have the full set of these and must be 10 years+ and still going strong.
Would highly recommend. Not the best looking cases but stronger than they look.
#2
SENNYO1
Have the full set of these and must be 10 years+ and still going strong.
Would highly recommend. Not the best looking cases but stronger than they look.
See i've got two of the "large" (2 wheel version), prob about a good 3 or 4 years old too, also still going strong, i am curious to find out how much bigger the "extra" large is, and the better flexibility of the 4 wheel.
#3
the largest is really big could easily put a fortnights clothes in and more we don't tend to use that one much plus ours only has 2 wheels
3 Likes #4
Unfortunately they charge £25 delivery to Northern Ireland
8 Likes #5
Hi, Good Offer, but as Usual Does Not Cover Free Delivery to Northern Ireland.
Funny I thought we were part of UK, maybe not anymore as we voted to stay in Europe!!
Anyway Heat Added.
14 Likes #6
It states RRP of £299.99 on the website - what a load of rubbish... if anyone buys these at that price, they need their head tested...

The two wheeled version is also on offer at Tesco for basically the same price and they are often reduced to a similar price - I paid £19 from ASDA for the hand carry.

Regarding the 4 wheeled version, think before you buy them - lots of 4 wheeled bags get damaged (the wheels) as they stick out and this is why you can now buy 4 wheeled bags with the wheels that can be replaced or removed. I think it's better to get the two wheeled version with 1/2 enclosed wheels (to reduce the risk of damage - never had a problem with mine).

Regarding the 10 year guarantee - If you have tried to claim (I have), you will find it is NOT that easy - they do NOT cover if your bag was damaged from when you check in to when you collect your bag - this is down to the airline. I claimed as my handle snapped and i got mine replaced.

Please see my comments on the Tesco thread, but to sum it up - great hand carry bags, but i would not trust them for your main luggage - not really strong enough for 20kg+

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/luggage-20-off-tesco-instore-online-2683966?p=30810112

Maybe fine for an odd trip a year, but personally i am voting cold for the large luggage....

If you want the hand luggage.. it's cheaper at Tesco and ASDA and i think they are great...

https://www.tesco.com/direct/it-luggage-worlds-lightest-2-wheel-small-charcoal-suitcase/576-4065.prd ?promoId=promo46580057&skuId=576-4065

http://direct.asda.com/george/summer-shop/luggage/D22M8G1C4,default ,sc.html# http://direct.asda.com/george/summer-shop/luggage/D22M8G1C4,default ,sc.html?prefn1=productType&prefv1=Cabin%20Luggage
#7
Hot,,orderedx2 cases.
#8
Thanks ordered
2 Likes #9
SENNYO1
Have the full set of these and must be 10 years+ and still going strong.
Would highly recommend. Not the best looking cases but stronger than they look.

Mine ripped in the first use. Look at the airport disclaimers in the 10-year warranty.
#10
Common.Sense
SENNYO1
Have the full set of these and must be 10 years+ and still going strong.
Would highly recommend. Not the best looking cases but stronger than they look.
Mine ripped in the first use. Look at the airport disclaimers in the 10-year warranty.
I've had one before they are not very durable. Especially if you half pack it. They need to be full to have most protection.
#11
I have an IT Cabin Bag and the strap broke in the first month but it was replaced by Argos.
The new one performed faultlessly although of course a cabin bag does have the advantage of staying in your control ie not checked in.
#12
Thank you. Ordered one, between two of us I think this shoud be perfect :)
#13
Tyrone2005
Hi, Good Offer, but as Usual Does Not Cover Free Delivery to Northern Ireland.
Funny I thought we were part of UK, maybe not anymore as we voted to stay in Europe!!
Anyway Heat Added.
Sure we're happy enough to miss the case and stay in Europe
1 Like #14
parsimony
I have an IT Cabin Bag and the strap broke in the first month but it was replaced by Argos.
The new one performed faultlessly although of course a cabin bag does have the advantage of staying in your control ie not checked in.

Tesco replaced mine. I.T. Luggage refused saying it was up to the retailer in the first year. If it rips, of course it did so whilst you were travelling in the UK and not by aeroplane! You also need to keep the 10-year warranty label for a claim against I.T. luggage. I suspect the warranty is worthless - just like Samsung phones. I only purchased from Tesco as they were on offer for £20 for a medium 1.5 years ago. Else, I think they are generally overpriced and not durable for aeroplane check in, which is the only time I would use them.

I suppose graphene suitcases will be better!
#15
thanks, + 5% TCB :)
1 Like #16
Brilliant deal thanks - I've got the cabin bags that are used all the time - as they are constantly borrowed by the children I've bought 2 more
#17
Most airlines will give you 20kg but with the XL size if you fill it means that you would be way over 20kg. If you put 20kg in it it ends up swilling about inside the case. I have the XL size and if it is for going to Europe for your 2 weeks would recommend the smaller size.
#19
bags are thrown on airport belts... wouldn't go for all soft large size bag..... though bought itluggage cabin bag from primark for £28 .. that was 1.6kg.
#20
Saint.Nick
Most airlines will give you 20kg but with the XL size if you fill it means that you would be way over 20kg. If you put 20kg in it it ends up swilling about inside the case. I have the XL size and if it is for going to Europe for your 2 weeks would recommend the smaller size.
Thanks, you've answered the question I had in my head earlier this morning perfectly. Saved me buying stuff I really don't need.
suspended#21
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!

One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!

As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?

Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?

Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?

I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?

I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.

Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!
1 Like #22
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!


Rant over? Lol
1 Like #23
Ive never in my life seen worse RRPS than these.
#24
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!
Gosh!
#25
I have the smaller one and it ripped fairly quickly in all honesty.

Also, these are SO common that you have to be bloody careful and keep an eye on yours; I've had the nightmare of getting up to grab my suitcase off the train only to find some pleb took mine instead of theirs!
#26
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!
That's a lot of angst in one post lol. Seriously though it is odd that a person weighing 10 stone has to pay crazy excess baggage charges to take a few extra kilos "because it costs the airline in extra fuel charges" yet a person weighing double doesn't pay any extra for their personal baggage.
#27
drummerdickens
I have the smaller one and it ripped fairly quickly in all honesty.

Also, these are SO common that you have to be bloody careful and keep an eye on yours; I've had the nightmare of getting up to grab my suitcase off the train only to find some pleb took mine instead of theirs!


Ah, I've been looking for you, did you find my supergirl underpants
#28
we have the smaller ones in fact just got back from Zante using them they are still in one piece and working great. good for 20kg when full with enough clothes chargers toiletries etc for a week I was still only at 15kg
#29

What about this? 35 litre capacity and 200g mass.
https://www.decathlon.co.uk/35-l-foldaway-cabin-bag-id_8298646.html

I.T. world's lightest is heavier at 660g. Trading standards anyone?

Edited By: Common.Sense on May 14, 2017 20:34
#30
Cheers OP. Nice find ordered a new IT cabin bag with 5% Quidco
#31
Thanks i used the code for a suitcase and it worked :)
1 Like #32
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!

One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!

As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?

Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?

Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?

I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?

I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.

Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!


That escalated quickly...
2 Likes #33
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!
Some serious prejudice there - guess you have never been subject to any prejudice or you would never inflict it on other people like that??? You may be interested to know Tyson Fury is 18.5 stone when at fighting weight, Joshua just under so your 20 stone statement is very sweeping. Watch out for karma. It's a bitch.
#34
Had one of these. Got trashed the first time i used it. The frame was completely snapped in half in two places. Likely been manhandled but cant prove that so it went in the bin. Never again
1 Like #35
AnimalMagic81
Had one of these. Got trashed the first time i used it. The frame was completely snapped in half in two places. Likely been manhandled but cant prove that so it went in the bin. Never again

Didn't you try the 10-year warranty?

For any warranty claim refused, threaten legal action, file online (MCOL). I do not know of a single company that would spend £2k to defend in a small claims court as costs are not recoverable. They always settle. It's not worth their time defending (or yours - but it gives satisfaction).
#36
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!
What about if you're not going anywhere hot? One pair of jeans to wear all week?
You're forgetting people who go away with kids, and any 'fun' things to do while your away or while on the plane. Also for me at least, DSLR camera with lenses, camcorder, mobile phone charger, tablet(s) and possibly sat-nav for car hire.
As for your precious space in the plane, you gave up that right when you boarded sharing the same germs / BO / last minute duty-free aftershave spraying frenzy fragrances we all have to endure in a tightly confined tin can. If you want space, earn enough money to go 1st class or drive yourself to your holiday destination. I'm speaking as a man approaching 18st. who carries it fairly well for 6ft. 4. I'm sorry my arms don't retract back into my torso for you, and my knees are so squashed against the seat in front I can feel the person in front's bowel movements. If the airline asked if I want to buy the additional 5-10% space you won't be using, I might take them up on it.
#37
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!

One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!

As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?

Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?

Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?

I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?

I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.

Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!


Proper love this
1 Like #38
Tyrone2005
Hi, Good Offer, but as Usual Does Not Cover Free Delivery to Northern Ireland.
Funny I thought we were part of UK, maybe not anymore as we voted to stay in Europe!!
Anyway Heat Added.

samuelcousins
Unfortunately they charge £25 delivery to Northern Ireland

If either of you are near An Post you can use their AddressPal mail forwarding service using their English address and get it sent to any An Post in Éire, costs €4.
#39
KareemSaid
Anyone that is carrying anything near the limits that are imposed for airline hold baggage is taking way too much!
One pair of swimming shorts, pants and T shirt is all you need if going somewhere hot. You will be wearing next to nothing most of the day - more than enough time to entice a partner if they like the look of your body!
As an aside - why do really fat people go to hot places but keep covered up and in the shade all day?
Is it seriously because of the All Inclusive food?
Also when you need a seatbelt extension on the plane - is this not a wake up call?
I know some people have Thyroid issues and are big boned - but what about the rest who just can't stop stuffing their pieholes?
I don't want your blubber encroaching on the exact same seat I have paid for.
Anyone over 20 stone should be made to pay £100 per stone over that. Seriously, that is a fair weight - no matter how tall you are!!

OMG, please tell me this is tongue-in-cheek. If it isn't, some innocent folk could easily misconstrue this as vile, stereotyping, judgmental claptrap! (_;)
#40
Common.Sense
AnimalMagic81
Had one of these. Got trashed the first time i used it. The frame was completely snapped in half in two places. Likely been manhandled but cant prove that so it went in the bin. Never again
Didn't you try the 10-year warranty?
For any warranty claim refused, threaten legal action, file online (MCOL). I do not know of a single company that would spend £2k to defend in a small claims court as costs are not recoverable. They always settle. It's not worth their time defending (or yours - but it gives satisfaction).

It was because at the time the warranty stated that it was only valid for manufacturing defaults and damage caused by airlines/mishandling had to be taken up with them. As I only properly noticed the extent of the damage when i got to the hotel it was then too late to complain to the airport as you are meant to do that before leaving the airport. So all in all the warrenty is worth very little.

Similar complaints can be found in this old thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/worlds-lightest-luggage-10-year-guarantee-sounds-good-2016818

John

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