4 Wheels Sub Zero G World's Lightest Spinner Trolley Suitcase Better than half price @ Argos - £27.99
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4 Wheels Sub Zero G World's Lightest Spinner Trolley Suitcase Better than half price @ Argos - £27.99

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Found 14th Jun 2012
Fits pefectly in the Ryanair,Easyjet dimensions.
It's very light and can hold a lot of luggage and still be under 10kg.

Sub Zero G 4 wheels World's Lightest Spinner Trolley Suitcase.

This ultra lightweight spinner trolley case offers plenty of internal storage with a large zipped main compartment with three internal pockets and two external pockets. In smart, charcoal fabric, it is also fitted with four smooth spinning wheels for 360° manoeuvrability.

Charcoal polyester soft sided suitcase.

Suitcase specifications:

Size H46.4, (including handle 55.4cm), W33.5, D20cm.
Weight 1.95kg.
31 litre capacity.

Suitcase features:

4 wheels.
Retractable tow handle.
Small case.
3 internal pockets and 2 external pockets.
Interlocking zips.
Clothes retaining adjustable packing straps.
Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee.

8 Comments

Can you use this for cabin baggage on Ryanair?

Original Poster

martin1372

Can you use this for cabin baggage on Ryanair?



yes this is right size for ryanair, easyjet as hand luggage

Only £25 at asda.

I bought this last year when it was cheap from Argos (can't remember the price). Tried to take it to Greece, flying with Thomas Cook (or Thompson - not sure), and they didn't accept it as hand luggage. Major bummer once I found this out at the airport! So check specificially with your airline in advance as they can vary.

Got this from Argos last year - it was less than £20 IIRC.

Fine on Ryanair.

Original Poster

Goodfella123

Only £25 at asda.



This one is 4 wheels smaller about 0.6 cm than similar one from Asda direct.Asda direct selling different two wheels suitcase. Can you see the difference. Just compare the pictures.

Edited by: "kris1234" 14th Jun 2012

kris1234

yes this is right size for ryanair, easyjet as hand luggage



Its actually just over the 55cm Ryan Air dimensions including the handle, only by a very small amount. Just depends on how fussy the staff when boarding really want to be... one reviewer on Argos stated

"The bag itself is very good but when one is due to fly a certain Irish airline, then problems arise. The handle of the bag exceeds the overall required dimension by 3cm.
This airline wish to charge an additional £50.00 for this extra 3cm. regardless of what the bag may contain. Maybe medical needs, but it doesn't matter. It's £50.00. Be warned."

Original Poster

MONKEYBUNKEY

Its actually just over the 55cm Ryan Air dimensions including the handle, … Its actually just over the 55cm Ryan Air dimensions including the handle, only by a very small amount. Just depends on how fussy the staff when boarding really want to be... one reviewer on Argos stated "The bag itself is very good but when one is due to fly a certain Irish airline, then problems arise. The handle of the bag exceeds the overall required dimension by 3cm.This airline wish to charge an additional £50.00 for this extra 3cm. regardless of what the bag may contain. Maybe medical needs, but it doesn't matter. It's £50.00. Be warned."



Just 0.4cm over 55cm (including the handle). Do you really think they can see the 0.4 cm difference at the check point?

Anyway the 2 wheels version of this suitcase is slighty bigger 1 cm than Ryanair hand luggage size. I have seen a lot of people carrying this suitcase and they never had problem with them. I do not know how did you get above review about 3cm.
Edited by: "kris1234" 15th Jun 2012
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