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American Tourister BON AIR Spinner (4 wheels) 75cm in various colours - £54 at American Tourister
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American Tourister BON AIR Spinner (4 wheels) 75cm in various colours - £54 at American Tourister

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Posted 23rd Apr

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All colours available and free delivery from the manufacturers themselves. The other sizes 55cm and 65cm are all reduced too. The set of three also. I've got the Bon Air 55cm and 75cm spinner cases. They are really good.
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"Perfect for a 2 week family holiday" ... If only. I'm surprised these aren't even cheaper.
Some not bad offers on Tripp luggage too, either on their own site, or I imagine the deals will be even better in Debenhams if some of their stores are going to be closed
Anyone know which is best for quality?
PhilthyPhil23/04/2020 07:07

Some not bad offers on Tripp luggage too, either on their own site, or I …Some not bad offers on Tripp luggage too, either on their own site, or I imagine the deals will be even better in Debenhams if some of their stores are going to be closedAnyone know which is best for quality?


Tripp luggage is permanently on offer! Boundary mill in the n west always has their luggage reduced from between 50-70
Ideal for essential travel.
Yeah, Tripp seems to be the DFS of luggage
Very mixed reviews on Amazon that put me off a bit. Definitely looking for a good deal kn a quality cabin size case.
gdl23/04/2020 08:58

Very mixed reviews on Amazon that put me off a bit. Definitely looking for …Very mixed reviews on Amazon that put me off a bit. Definitely looking for a good deal kn a quality cabin size case.


I bought one of these a few years back and pretty happy with the quality... it survived a trip to Bali and back so pretty solid case.

It does have a fair bit of flex in it so wouldn't keep loose electronics in it but clothes, shoes, toiletries etc would be fine.
iBird9023/04/2020 12:14

I bought one of these a few years back and pretty happy with the …I bought one of these a few years back and pretty happy with the quality... it survived a trip to Bali and back so pretty solid case.It does have a fair bit of flex in it so wouldn't keep loose electronics in it but clothes, shoes, toiletries etc would be fine.



Thanks for the feedback
It's a good price. I just don't like those FAA locks on them. All you need is a universal key to open it.
I've owned lots of different suitcases over the years - and these are much better than most. They can't be super sturdy or they would use up half your weight allowance. In my opinion they've got the balance between quality and weight bang on. Mine have been all over the world and I've got no complaints at all. They've protected all my stuff. The wheels and handle have put up with lots of abuse. And many times I've overfilled them and had to sit on them to close the zip. No issues at all. I rate these very highly for £50 each.
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