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Aerolite (55x40x20cm) Lightweight Hard Shell Cabin Hand Luggage for £26.60 delivered @ Packed Direct
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Aerolite (55x40x20cm) Lightweight Hard Shell Cabin Hand Luggage for £26.60 delivered @ Packed Direct

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Posted 5th Jan

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The Aerolite hard shell cabin suitcase is 55x40x20cm — the maximum allowance for Ryanair before you have to put it in the hold. It's also within the maximum restrictions for Easyjet, British Airways, Norwegian, and many other European carriers.

The exterior is made from durable anti-scratch ABS hard shell plastic for everyday use. Interior features include packing straps and an internal zipped divider with elasticated pockets, to keep the contents in place when travelling.

Each case includes a 3-digit combination barrel padlock for extra security, plus a five year guarantee.

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 55x40x20cm (All Parts) / 49x40x20cm (Body)
  • Weight: 2.8kg
  • Capacity: 40L
  • Rugged Anti-Scratch ABS Material
  • 4-Wheel Spinner Design
  • Internal Packing Straps, Zipped Compartments and Elastic Pockets
  • 3-Digit Combination Padlock
  • 5 Year Guarantee

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Voted hot!
If you're interested and you're passing by a Lidl, you can have a look at these, they may tick the box too:
hotukdeals.com/dea…083
sheffield78805/01/2020 13:49

Voted hot!If you're interested and you're passing by a Lidl, you can have …Voted hot!If you're interested and you're passing by a Lidl, you can have a look at these, they may tick the box too:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-topmove-cabin-case-or-business-case-3379083


Thanks mate
I bought a couple of these a while ago, but although they're bang on the right size for the majority of airlines, the internal capacity is quite limited. Decided to stick with my existing IT luggage cases until their wheels fall off!

If you do send anything back to Packed Direct - make sure you keep your tracking info. They didn't process my refund until I chased them to find out where it was - only when I provided the tracking number did they complete the refund - which frankly felt dodgy or incredibly disorganised.
xfield05/01/2020 14:44

I bought a couple of these a while ago, but although they're bang on the …I bought a couple of these a while ago, but although they're bang on the right size for the majority of airlines, the internal capacity is quite limited.


Went for this last week instead, extra litres, less wheels.
neal05/01/2020 14:53

Went for this last week instead, extra litres, less wheels.


Looks like a much better idea. All these four-wheel suitcases do is refuse to stay still. For hand luggage you're not going to strain yourself supporting the weight when tilted, and it is also narrow enough that there is little advantage in being able to drag it sideways.
neal05/01/2020 14:53

Went for this last week instead, extra litres, less wheels.


Capacity is the same
too heavy.
yes because 1 kg heavier than same size it luggage which is important as a cabin hand luggage thats why
there you go, you all satisfied? for cabin hand luggage 55x40x20 which is optimum size for majority airlines and 1.6 kg weight ; you can not go wrong with itluggage.
neal05/01/2020 14:53

Went for this last week instead, extra litres, less wheels.


Thanks!
people got more money and want hard case ; get Samsonite Cosmolite 55.
These are great suitcases for the price, don't forget to make it identifiable as almost every case on the baggage carousel was one of these on recent travels, testament to their quality and affordability.
pibpob05/01/2020 15:02

Looks like a much better idea. All these four-wheel suitcases do is refuse …Looks like a much better idea. All these four-wheel suitcases do is refuse to stay still. For hand luggage you're not going to strain yourself supporting the weight when tilted, and it is also narrow enough that there is little advantage in being able to drag it sideways.


I have both 2 and 4-wheeled flight cases and travel fairly frequently and I definitely prefer the 4-wheeled variety. For a start it's easier to push 2 4-wheeled cases at the same time if you find yourself with multiple bits of luggage. Also it's much easier to negotiate train and plane aisles with a 4-wheeled case. A 2-wheeled case might fit but you're less likely to be clipping feet and elbows along the way. Ditto subway gates, security barriers and those bars on escalator approaches to stop you taking big cases on them. 2-wheeled cases have to be carried through or will get caught as things close behind you. 4 wheels are also much easier for shorter kids to control as they dont need to be dragging the case behind them at ankle level. For the occasional traveller who doesn't need every inch of available luggage allowance, this is a great case.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 5th Jan
GrimDanFango05/01/2020 17:36

I have both 2 and 4-wheeled flight cases and travel fairly frequently and …I have both 2 and 4-wheeled flight cases and travel fairly frequently and I definitely prefer the 4-wheeled variety. For a start it's easier to push 2 4-wheeled cases at the same time if you find yourself with multiple bits of luggage. Also it's much easier to negotiate train and plane aisles with a 4-wheeled case. A 2-wheeled case might fit but you're less likely to be clipping feet and elbows along the way. Ditto subway gates, security barriers and those bars on escalator approaches to stop you taking big cases on them. 2-wheeled cases have to be carried through or will get caught as things close behind you. 4 wheels are also much easier for shorter kids to control as they dont need to be dragging the case behind them at ankle level. For the occasional traveller who doesn't need every inch of available luggage allowance, this is a great case.



Fair enough - some compelling arguments there! I find them annoying skedaddling around trains and buses.
pibpob05/01/2020 17:47

Fair enough - some compelling arguments there! I find them annoying …Fair enough - some compelling arguments there! I find them annoying skedaddling around trains and buses.


That's probably more the fault of the owner than the case
sheffield78805/01/2020 13:49

Voted hot!If you're interested and you're passing by a Lidl, you can have …Voted hot!If you're interested and you're passing by a Lidl, you can have a look at these, they may tick the box too:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-topmove-cabin-case-or-business-case-3379083


The Lidl case claims an internal capacity of 29L, a full 11L fewer than this similar looking thing, which strains credulity. Also, the two wheel Aerolite model linked lower down by neal also claims to have the same 40L capacity as this 4 wheel version, although having four wheels clearly takes some of the internal capacity out to make room for them.

I think Aerolite is lying on all accounts. If this thing somehow holds more than 35L, it is doing very well, or the external measurements are beyond Ryanair's limits.
Anyone shelled out for one of these
Listing on Amazon for same case shows correct capacity, two wheels more space.
merb078605/01/2020 15:06

Capacity is the same


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