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Aerolite (55x35x20cm) 3 in 1 Cabin Approved Laptop Backpack with Headphone Jack Access & USB Charger Port £23.76 delivered @ Packed Direct
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Aerolite (55x35x20cm) 3 in 1 Cabin Approved Laptop Backpack with Headphone Jack Access & USB Charger Port £23.76 delivered @ Packed Direct

£23.76£32.9928%Packed Direct Deals
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Posted 14th Jan

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Reduced to just £26.99, but you can get it for £23.76 with free delivery using discount code: DEALS12

This backpack has been specially designed to make your journey as convenient and stress-free as possible. The 3 in 1 multi-purpose design allows you to transport your items exactly the way you want. It can be worn on your back as a backpack (the straps can be easily stored within the zipped compartment when not in use), placed on your shoulder using the detachable shoulder strap, or carried as a holdall using the soft reinforced top or side carry handles.

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AMAZING AIRLINE COMPATIBILITY: Not only is this backpack perfect for day-to-day life, it is also equally as effective as your carry-on luggage. We designed the bag to measure exactly 55x35x20cm, so it is accepted on virtually all major airlines throughout the UK, Europe and North America. Including Ryanair (Priority Boarding), easyJet, British Airways, Delta, Flybe, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Jet2, KLM, Wizz Air and Virgin Atlantic to name just a few! Weight: 1.3kg, Capacity: 39L.

ORGANISED: This backpack is ideal for professionals, students and travellers, with three dedicated zipped compartments. The spacious main compartment features packing straps for your clothes and elasticated pockets for your shoes. The middle pocket is for your tech; with a laptop pouch (fitting laptops up to 15.6"), and smaller pockets for your laptop accessories. The smaller front pocket is perfect for stationery and smaller possessions. Plus, there's even a water-bottle holder on the side.

USB CHARGING PORT: The backpack features a built in USB charging port on the outside, so you can easily charge your mobile devices whilst on the go. Simply place your own powerpack into the internal powerpack pocket (fits powerpacks up to 18x8x2cm - powerpack not included) and use the USB cable supplied to wire it to the port. You can then use your own charger cable to charge your device, without having to lug a heavy powerpack around in your pockets.

PADDED BACKREST WITH SECRET RFID COMPARTMENT: The backpack features a padded backrest with mesh for comfort and breathability. It features a special secret hidden compartment with an RFID-blocking lining - so your credit cards are safe from fraudsters while on the move. The backrest also lifts slightly to enable you to mount your backpack over the top handle of your hold luggage when in the airport if you need a rest.

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Use code ‘DEALS12’ takes the price to £23.76
Does this fit Ryan Air’s stingy restrictions ?
jamin10014/01/2020 14:49

Does this fit Ryan Air’s stingy restrictions ?


Unfortunately not for their smallest bag, which is free, the allowance is 40cm x 20cm x 25cm (so small!!)

However, if you upgrade to the priority boarding which allows you one small bag (40cm x 20cm x 25cm), plus a larger cabin bag (55 x 40 x 20cm) then it's fine as the larger option

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Edited by: "millarcat" 14th Jan
jamin10014/01/2020 14:49

Does this fit Ryan Air’s stingy restrictions ?



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This deal is still active. Unfortunately the deal for the backpack version should be is expired as the price has gone up.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 14th Jan
Was keeping an eye on some cases on Packed Direct, seems when the discount code is given out the prices rise. Had everything in my basket for £96. Now with the discount code £105.59 😡
Looking for around £100, x2 large & x2 cabin. Thanks in advance if anyone has seen ant good deals.
Thanks OP, bought a different case but thanks for mentioning the website..
What happens if the inside of the plane is full and they take it off you and out it in the hold as batteries can't go in the hold luggage?
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