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Aerolite Hard Shell 8 Wheel Suitcase w/ SMART USB Mobile Charging Port & Bluetooth Self-Weighing ABS - £49.99 @ Travel Luggage Cabin Bags
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Aerolite Hard Shell 8 Wheel Suitcase w/ SMART USB Mobile Charging Port & Bluetooth Self-Weighing ABS - £49.99 @ Travel Luggage Cabin Bags

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5 year warranty also, can charge your phone/tablet device on the go and you can connect with your smartphone and lock/unlock with the touch of a button

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  • SMART Technology – Connect with your smartphone and lock/unlock with the touch of a button – or switch to auto mode and unlock/lock automatically and receive notifications whenever your suitcase enters/leaves your location. Never forget your luggage again!

  • Built in Luggage Scale in the Handle – Weighs in Kg, lb and oz.

  • Built-In USB Charger Port – Connect up your own powerpack and charge your mobile device or tablet from your suitcase!

  • 4 Dual Spinner Wheels (8 Wheels in Total) for 360 Degree Manoeuvrability and Ultimate Smoothness, Retractable Handle and Light yet Durable ABS Hard Shell Protection.

  • Specifications: 55x35x20cm (Including Wheels and Carry Handle), 47x35x20cm (Body), Height (Handle Extended): 1M, Weight: 2.7kg, Capacity: 33L, Warranty: 5 Years

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dheydl24/07/2019 12:22

Does this get band 20? Deal breaker if not.


Yes with 5G, 6G ready
Why not plug your device directly into the power pack?
Pointless, impractical, heavy & overpriced, but I'm sure they'll sell loads.
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Does this get band 20? Deal breaker if not.
dheydl24/07/2019 12:22

Does this get band 20? Deal breaker if not.


Yes with 5G, 6G ready
As more and more airlines demand batteries get taken out of smartcases, therefore losing the easy unlock/lock ability, what is the point?
chris1999224/07/2019 12:29

As more and more airlines demand batteries get taken out of smartcases, …As more and more airlines demand batteries get taken out of smartcases, therefore losing the easy unlock/lock ability, what is the point?


From the website:
The suitcase includes a built-in USB charger port. Simply place a USB powerpack – you can provide your own, or buy our powerpack bundle (powerpack not included as standard) – into the handy pocket inside, and connect up with the supplied micro USB cables

Clever idea as I would want to use my own Anker one as appose to theirs.
Amazon review:

I used my new bag on a train trip from North Wales to South Wales - a 4.5 hour train trip going. Coming back, Arriva trains had track repairs, which required me disembarking from one train, catching a bus, and running down to two separate platforms to catch another train. The bag performed exceptionally well. The multi-direction wheels really worked very well on the multiple surfaces. The bag size fit well under my train seat and in between the seats. The frame of the bag looks professional and sturdy.

However, I encountered two issues. First, the pouch on the interior of the bag does not hold the charger very well. Even after I secured the charger within the pouch, it still was not very stable and I was unable to stabilize the charger with the inside USB ports. I did get the USB external ports to work, but any movement or jarring interrupted the power source. I literally pulled the charger out of the pouch and just charged my phone directly without using the USB ports on the bag. Having to do this defeats the purpose of the external USB ports. So, unfortunately, I have to agree with the other reviewer that the ports are more of a gimmick than actually practical.

The second issue, the thin cloth material around the zipper on the left side of the luggage tore on its first use. I didn't have it too full or anything, it just appears that the material around the zipper is thin and not durable.

The thin cloth material on the inside and the low function of the USB ports makes me question the pricing that was listed initially as £79.99 and on sale for £49.99.

I haven't made a final decision whether I will keep the luggage or not.
S.c.0.TT.y24/07/2019 12:42

From the website:The suitcase includes a built-in USB charger port. Simply …From the website:The suitcase includes a built-in USB charger port. Simply place a USB powerpack – you can provide your own, or buy our powerpack bundle (powerpack not included as standard) – into the handy pocket inside, and connect up with the supplied micro USB cablesClever idea as I would want to use my own Anker one as appose to theirs.


Yes but that still negates any of the so called smart features.
What exactly is different than using any old case and a powerbank? unless you feel that you absolutely must pay extra to have USB ports on your case, speaking of which, I didn't see the specs of said ports so you could very well be downgrading an existing powerbank by using them.
chris1999224/07/2019 12:29

As more and more airlines demand batteries get taken out of smartcases, …As more and more airlines demand batteries get taken out of smartcases, therefore losing the easy unlock/lock ability, what is the point?


This is a marketed as a cabin bag you would only need to remove the power bank if you had to put this bag in the aircraft hold.
Rather like the features on this case, if hadnt recently got a Horizn H5 case at a good price would consider this one.
One thing in its favour, the dimensions fit Flybe's tiny cabin baggage allowance......
trbal24/07/2019 13:22

This is a marketed as a cabin bag you would only need to remove the power …This is a marketed as a cabin bag you would only need to remove the power bank if you had to put this bag in the aircraft hold.Rather like the features on this case, if hadnt recently got a Horizn H5 case at a good price would consider this one.


This is just not true, while it may be true that some airlines do not require you to remove the battery for cabin travel, it is absolutely not all.

BA and Flybe state the power bank must be disconnect to bring it into the cabin, whereas some others like Emirates and Qatar say it just has to be completely powered off.
This is not an exhaustive list, only used the ones I actually know about in terms of smart luggage.
IME power banks dont have an off switch.

britishairways.com/en-…ons

  • If the Smart Baggage is to be carried in the cabin, you must be able to easily remove the lithium battery/power bank, but it can remain in the bag.

Doesn't mention it has to be in the bag disconnected. On that basis I shall not be checking your other claims.
trbal24/07/2019 17:09

IME power banks dont have an off …IME power banks dont have an off switch.https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/information/baggage-essentials/liquids-and-restrictionsIf the Smart Baggage is to be carried in the cabin, you must be able to easily remove the lithium battery/power bank, but it can remain in the bag.Doesn't mention it has to be in the bag disconnected. On that basis I shall not be checking your other claims.


ummm, doesn't "easily remove the lithium battery... but it can remain in the bag" = disconnect?????????
  • Built-In USB Charger Port – Connect up your own powerpack and charge your mobile device or tablet from your suitcase!
Why not plug your device directly into the power pack?
Or you can just drill a hole in your existing one and put USB cable
Pointless, impractical, heavy & overpriced, but I'm sure they'll sell loads.
chris1999224/07/2019 16:56

This is just not true, while it may be true that some airlines do not …This is just not true, while it may be true that some airlines do not require you to remove the battery for cabin travel, it is absolutely not all.BA and Flybe state the power bank must be disconnect to bring it into the cabin, whereas some others like Emirates and Qatar say it just has to be completely powered off.This is not an exhaustive list, only used the ones I actually know about in terms of smart luggage.


That is just not true - you must be able to remove it, but you don't have to britishairways.com/en-…ons
The self-weighing scale is really clever - never seen that on luggage before
This or a £5 rucksack?
This isnt a rucksack. Do you need a rucksack? If so buy the rucksack....
I bought one but I don't knw how to open it because it did not come with keys
Don't you lock/unlock it with an app?
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