American Tourister Rally Cabin 4 Wheel Black Suitcase £25 @ Tesco
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American Tourister Rally Cabin 4 Wheel Black Suitcase £25 @ Tesco

£25£39.9937%Tesco Direct Deals
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Found 20th Jun
Make travelling that little bit easier with the American Tourister Rally small suitcase. Ideal for business trips and weekend getaways, this soft-shell suitcase is made of a durable polyester fabric. Its 4 wheels ensure easy manoeuvrability, while a telescopic handle allows you to pull the case along comfortably. Other features include a fixed 3-dial TSA lock, practical interior storage with a cross-ribbon in the bottom compartment and 2 front zipper pockets.



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Thank you!
Thanks!
Looks good but may be too big for cabin of budget airlines.
Is this good value? I only see this product mentioned on Tesco website and Ebay outlet of theirs.
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xtreemneo29 m ago

Is this good value? I only see this product mentioned on Tesco website and …Is this good value? I only see this product mentioned on Tesco website and Ebay outlet of theirs.


Only negative I could find online is that it's polyester (cheaper) instead of nylon. Looks a good deal, but as Jaques says, may not conform budget airline guidelines.
I was going to go for it, but thinking now that a similar-sized backpack w/rollers (and even lighter) would probably best suit my needs.
jaques_kalis2 h, 6 m ago

Looks good but may be too big for cabin of budget airlines.


Have you looked or are you just guessing ?
Seems to be fine for all the main UK flights apart from Virgin and Flybe. If you know different please post so it helps people. Bought one last week, happy with it. Will be good for weekend breaks away using the train as well.
Edited by: "siadwel" 20th Jun
Too heavy at 2.5kg!
Some airlines allow just 5kg, leaving 2.5kg for contents.
Common.Sense16 m ago

Too heavy at 2.5kg!Some airlines allow just 5kg, leaving 2.5kg for …Too heavy at 2.5kg!Some airlines allow just 5kg, leaving 2.5kg for contents.



That's a valid point. Almost pulled the trusty old card out.
Not deep enough 25cm is what you want
Strange comments on here, 25cm depth wont get on several airlines, Ryanair for a start, and I can only find one airline that has a 5kg limit. If there are others, please share
Edited by: "siadwel" 20th Jun
I bought this suitcase last week. Dragged it around London for a day and it is very sturdy. Will be using it on a Ryanair flight tomorrow as the physical dimensions are H55cm x W40cm x D20cm and Ryanair cabin baggage policy is H55cm x W40cm x D20cm. So the perfect fit.
Quite understand requirement for 4x wheels on larger/ heavier hold spinner cases (plus dimensions are seldom an issue for checked cases). Not wanting to rain on this parade as it is a good deal and neat looking case which is ideal if you only stick to rail, road & ocean travel, but... Given that most airlines (particularly budget) severely restrict the size of cabin bags (for good reason), the last thing you want to do is waste any of that valuable permissable space you have paid for (typically a 10%+ loss of length as wheels are included in the carier dimension limits). Compare this to the neat, sturdier & compact 2 wheel option with its flush fitting 2x countersunk wheels (posted today @ Argos deal), to the waste-of-space extended 4x wheel alternative featured here. Given max 10 to 15 kg allowance for carry-on... this is totally manageable, even with no wheels. I have long since ditched even my 2 wheel cabin case for a sturdy compartmentalised smallish 26litre backpack/ case (see below). No wheels & handle mean less weight too (weighs half kilo)... plus able to pack more than an extra kilo luggage now and it can always be massaged to fit into any size control frame if needed or squeezed into tight overhead lockers... think outside the BOX!! 34076449-0pdmi.jpg34076449-WzUx0.jpg34076449-N8SWR.jpg
bushman1 h, 11 m ago

Quite understand requirement for 4x wheels on larger/ heavier hold spinner …Quite understand requirement for 4x wheels on larger/ heavier hold spinner cases (plus dimensions are seldom an issue for checked cases). Not wanting to rain on this parade as it is a good deal and neat looking case which is ideal if you only stick to rail, road & ocean travel, but... Given that most airlines (particularly budget) severely restrict the size of cabin bags (for good reason), the last thing you want to do is waste any of that valuable permissable space you have paid for (typically a 10%+ loss of length as wheels are included in the carier dimension limits). Compare this to the neat, sturdier & compact 2 wheel option with its flush fitting 2x countersunk wheels (posted today @ Argos deal), to the waste-of-space extended 4x wheel alternative featured here. Given max 10 to 15 kg allowance for carry-on... this is totally manageable, even with no wheels. I have long since ditched even my 2 wheel cabin case for a sturdy compartmentalised smallish 26litre backpack/ case (see below). No wheels & handle mean less weight too (weighs half kilo)... plus able to pack more than an extra kilo luggage now and it can always be massaged to fit into any size control frame if needed or squeezed into tight overhead lockers... think outside the BOX!! [Image] [Image] [Image]


That's what I'm after - does the backpack get classed as laptop carrier? I don't need compartments, just bulk space
jeczap17 h, 25 m ago

That's what I'm after - does the backpack get classed as laptop carrier? I …That's what I'm after - does the backpack get classed as laptop carrier? I don't need compartments, just bulk space



Yea, has a dedicated padded laptop compartment/ sleeve in the back. Being a collapsable bag with adjustable compression straps you can reduce the depth of the bag to nothing or to suit the load on the day... so if its a laptop & charger today then it will pass as a laptop carrier albeit slightly on the large side at max 49 x 35cm... massageable to reduce (also option to tuck the backpack staps away; also detachable shoulder stap - which I hardly ever use). What I particularly like about the bag is that it never attracts cabin bag attention at check in... I just innocently sling 1 backpack strap over my shoulder and check in assumes just a bog standard day backpack hidden behind.... little do they know that all the really heavy stuff like books, electronics etc could be taking the weight close to 15kg+. Although this beauty weighs less than a kilo (excludes detachable shoulder strap), it can expand to swallow enough stuff for an entire long weekend trip (26 litres). Sports Direct stocks this Hot Tuna Travel Backpack (only black) at £25 (pay no more as quite pricey and RRP is ridiculous £50! on Hot Tuna website). Do your research first as there may be better alternative options at the moment - some further details and links below:
>>> The Hot Tuna Travel Backpack is ideal for weekends away, featuring increased storage coupled with a back zipped compartment with padded laptop sleeve, coupled with 2 front pockets for easy to reach items such as your passport and wallet. The Travel Backpack also features a middle compartment which folds out into 2 zipped compartments and is complete with a detachable shoulder strap and padded back and straps for increased comfort when carrying.

> Backpack
> Cushioned back panel
> Removable shoulder strap with grip
> Fold-out compartment
> Touch and close back compartment
> Hidden shoulder straps that can be clipped to the bottom
> Laptop sleeve
> Clipped compression straps
> Carry handle
> Side phone pocket
> Hot Tuna branding
> Dimensions: H49 x W35 x D27cm
> Capacity: 26L

sportsdirect.com/hot…726

hot-tuna.com/hot…726
bushman20 m ago

Yea, has a dedicated padded laptop compartment/ sleeve in the back. Being …Yea, has a dedicated padded laptop compartment/ sleeve in the back. Being a collapsable bag with adjustable compression straps you can reduce the depth of the bag to nothing or to suit the load on the day... so if its a laptop & charger today then it will pass as a laptop carrier albeit slightly on the large side at max 49 x 35cm... massageable to reduce (also option to tuck the backpack staps away; also detachable shoulder stap - which I hardly ever use). What I particularly like about the bag is that it never attracts cabin bag attention at check in... I just innocently sling 1 backpack strap over my shoulder and check in assumes just a bog standard day backpack hidden behind.... little do they know that all the really heavy stuff like books, electronics etc could be taking the weight close to 15kg+. Although this beauty weighs less than a kilo (excludes detachable shoulder strap), it can expand to swallow enough stuff for an entire long weekend trip (26 litres). Sports Direct stocks this Hot Tuna Travel Backpack (only black) at £25 (pay no more as quite pricey and RRP is ridiculous £50! on Hot Tuna website). Do your research first as there may be better alternative options at the moment - some further details and links below: >>> The Hot Tuna Travel Backpack is ideal for weekends away, featuring increased storage coupled with a back zipped compartment with padded laptop sleeve, coupled with 2 front pockets for easy to reach items such as your passport and wallet. The Travel Backpack also features a middle compartment which folds out into 2 zipped compartments and is complete with a detachable shoulder strap and padded back and straps for increased comfort when carrying. > Backpack > Cushioned back panel > Removable shoulder strap with grip > Fold-out compartment > Touch and close back compartment > Hidden shoulder straps that can be clipped to the bottom > Laptop sleeve > Clipped compression straps > Carry handle > Side phone pocket > Hot Tuna branding > Dimensions: H49 x W35 x D27cm > Capacity: 26Lhttps://www.sportsdirect.com/hot-tuna-travel-backpack-710277?colcode=71027726https://www.hot-tuna.com/hot-tuna-travel-backpack-710277?colcode=71027726


Excellent advice - much appreciated
Here's an American tourist
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I brought a cabin suitcase the other day but now also after a backpack so I can carry more. Only going away for 1 week but got a 2yr old. Any suggestions would be great and we are going via Ryan Air. Thanks
kha32722nd Jun

I brought a cabin suitcase the other day but now also after a backpack so …I brought a cabin suitcase the other day but now also after a backpack so I can carry more. Only going away for 1 week but got a 2yr old. Any suggestions would be great and we are going via Ryan Air. Thanks


This looks the ticket

amazon.co.uk/Cab…rch
Thanks for your replies. I would love the cabin max backpack but not looking to spend so much. It looks great though. Maybe I will have to last minute if I don't find anything else.
swans79wd22nd Jun

This for a …This for a tenner....https://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/5062-trek-buddy-carry-on-cabin-luggage-black.asp


I missed it, wish I had saw your message earlier.
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