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5 Cities Lightweight 21" Cabin Bag with Wheels - Black or Wine for £7 @ Robert Dyas (Free click and collect)
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5 Cities Lightweight 21" Cabin Bag with Wheels - Black or Wine for £7 @ Robert Dyas (Free click and collect)

£7£14.9953%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 7th JanEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Good value cabin luggage. Originally £14.99, then £12.99 and now £7.

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Robert Dyas offers a Click and Collect service to both Robert Dyas stores and Ryman stores across the country.

Available at this price in two colours:-
5 Cities Lightweight 21" Cabin Bag with Wheels - Black
5 Cities Lightweight 21" Cabin Case - Wine - Wine

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This cabin bag with wheels is a lightweight choice of carry-on bag for frequent flyers. It’s been designed to IATA standard, so it fits the EasyJet and Ryan Air cabin bag size restrictions, meaning there’s no worrying you won’t get it through customs.

It’s made of polyester that’s not only super-strong, but lightweight too, so you can fill your cabin bag up without worrying about any potential weight restrictions. PVC corners and base feet help prevent wearing and protect the bag for extra longevity.

This cabin bag also features a double extending handle that makes it easy to manoeuvre around the airport and two front facing pockets with dual zips for keeping your essentials easily accessible.

Specifications
  • Capacity: 42L
  • Made of polyester
  • Double extending handle
  • Base feet
  • Two front pockets
  • Meets International Air Transport Association (IATA) standards
  • Dimensions: H55 x W35.5 x D20cm
  • Weight: 1.45kg

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23 Comments
Cheap as chips. Cracking price
Cheap quality too probably
bagga21207/01/2020 19:32

Cheap quality too probably


I have one you are right quality is not great
Good price, I was in need of a replacement.
I had one, it lasted
Me two trips the zip broke on the second trip... I'd recommend taking a roll of cling film on holiday with you, just incase the zip goes...
ajarnadam.sainy07/01/2020 19:34

I have one you are right quality is not great


The one I had was a nightmare to wheel around. What's yours like?
I had one of these from Amazon and I've taken it on trips all over Europe, has lasted really well (even after trips on Ryanair!)
salahwrexham07/01/2020 20:18

The one I had was a nightmare to wheel around. What's yours like?


The wheels are not the best but the build quality is not good that is the major problem u need to reinforce it with thick cardboard at the sides and bottom.
ajarnadam.sainy07/01/2020 20:26

The wheels are not the best but the build quality is not good that is the …The wheels are not the best but the build quality is not good that is the major problem u need to reinforce it with thick cardboard at the sides and bottom.


Thanks. I gave mine away as it was a real pain.
Thanks for the reviews I'll stay away from it
salahwrexham07/01/2020 20:18

The one I had was a nightmare to wheel around. What's yours like?


Pretty difficult sober, but awesomely easy when blind drunk.
Thanks for posting, I’ve had these for ages and have travelled all over Europe using them for the money you pay these are an absolute bargain. I’ve only just got a hole in mine hence buying this one 🏼 For £7 seriously even if you use it a few times thanks for listing it 😄
ScubaDudes07/01/2020 21:19

Pretty difficult sober, but awesomely easy when blind drunk.


The one I had was very difficult to stand once filled up, useful for a short trip
Thanks bought a couple for the kids for their occasional sleepovers at the grandparents
Ryanair will not allow this suitcase on board unless you pay extra as a 'priority' traveller. Non-priority size is limited to 40cm x 20cm x 25cm.
Have this suitcase. I bought it with the employee discount so it was only £4 for me (not boasting but wanted people to know that employee prices are what the cost of suitcase is, plus 10%. So the cost of production is pretty cheap)
I like the suitcase, have used it once with WizzAir, have to pay a bit extra for that luggage allowance like on Ryanair but its worth it
I would only use this suitcase for carry on, don't trust the quality to check in. Have experienced no rips so far, bought last August, used once on plane and a couple times otherwise
Thanks idontflycathay, bought one in black, wine now out of stock. Was going to buy one from ebay at £10.95 so saved a few quid.
Edited by: "Monkeyhead" 13th Jan
Luggage manufacturers are magic - they can conjure up space, including fitting 42L into a 36L space...
bagga21207/01/2020 19:32

Cheap quality too probably


5 Cities are actually good quality especially for that bargain price. The wheels have bearings and the fabric is rather good quality as well. I wouldn’t expect Samsonite quality for example but at £7 they are well worth the money.
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Still waiting for mine to be delivered to store! Anyone had theirs yet?
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