19" Dunlop Lightweight Suitcase £9.99 / £14.98 delivered @ Sports direct / ebay
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19" Dunlop Lightweight Suitcase £9.99 / £14.98 delivered @ Sports direct / ebay

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Found 31st Jan
Dunlop Travel Luggage Lightweight Wheeled Holdall Carryall Trolley Suitcase Half Price. Was 19.99£ now 9.99£
Other sizes also available.


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I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the feet that support the front of the case are too close together, so if the weight of the contents is even slightly distributed towards the front, it will just fall over. I discovered this at the start of a trip which involved dragging it around London for a week. Afterwards I was so enraged I just binned it.
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 31st Jan
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It can only be delivered. So it is actually 15 pounds.
good deal.
And its SportsDirect. Which is the downer.....
£9.99 instore
I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the feet that support the front of the case are too close together, so if the weight of the contents is even slightly distributed towards the front, it will just fall over. I discovered this at the start of a trip which involved dragging it around London for a week. Afterwards I was so enraged I just binned it.
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 31st Jan
Zero_Zuul31st Jan

I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the …I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the feet that support the front of the case are too close together, so if the weight of the contents is even slightly distributed towards the front, it will just fall over. I discovered this at the start of a trip which involved dragging it around London for a week. Afterwards I was so enraged I just binned it.


Spend a bit more then
Misslovely35 m ago

Spend a bit more then


I thought that recommendation was implied by my comment, but thanks for clearing that up for anyone who couldn't read between the lines.
Zero_Zuul31st Jan

I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the …I had one of these cases, and it sucks. The wheels at the rear and the feet that support the front of the case are too close together, so if the weight of the contents is even slightly distributed towards the front, it will just fall over. I discovered this at the start of a trip which involved dragging it around London for a week. Afterwards I was so enraged I just binned it.


I have found that the overbalancing happens with the 4 wheeled soft sided expanding case we use,renders the expansion facility useless,doesn't happen with the hard polycarbonate cases though.
I have this model in 32" and i agree with the rest of the comments. They are cheap and basic and can be a nightmare if you have to carry long ways. If you can spend more in another suitcase, i would suggest it.
Pokora26 m ago

I have this model in 32" and i agree with the rest of the comments. They …I have this model in 32" and i agree with the rest of the comments. They are cheap and basic and can be a nightmare if you have to carry long ways. If you can spend more in another suitcase, i would suggest it.


I had one of this. Lasted one trip only. It's very difficult to drag around + material and zip was almost looked like it was used for 10-15 times.

It's not worth for even £9.99
These are much the same as most basic carry on suitcases with wheels. No better and no worse. I got these at £3.99 each and the 22inch ones for £5.99 a couple of years ago from sports direct. Still working after a few trips with no issues. Yes I had to pay £5 for delivery as no option to collect from store and one arrived damaged. Quite a problem to change it instore as argued it was priced different when it wasn't but did get it sorted in the end.
Edited by: "Cheapasnowt" 7th Feb
Had the large size one, worst suitcase I ever bought. Lasted one trip.
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