Cabin Max Carry-on Backpack for Ryanair / Easyjet - £15 delivered
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Cabin Max Carry-on Backpack for Ryanair / Easyjet - £15 delivered

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Found 6th Jan 2016
Max hand baggage size and weighs about 500g

available in four colours including boring black and 3 year warranty plus free delivery.

Looking for a travel companion? Look no further than the Cabin Max Capital! Lightweight and durable, this reliable carry-on bag is guaranteed to fly with Easyjet and Ryanair due to its dimensions of 50x40x20cm. Equipped with adjustable padded shoulder straps and padded back to promote airflow, you’re sure to travel in comfort. The inside of the bag features one large compartment, a medium compartment with internal organiser and front zip pocket, allowing plenty of space to fill it to its potential maximum of 40 litres. This bag won’t let you down.

Use code CABINMAX5 (from newsletter signup) for 5% discount.
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Heat because it reminds me of Boba Fett
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chrisfloyd82

Heat because it reminds me of Boba Fett



+1
Does anyone know these compare to the HomeBargains Trek Buddy?
Original Poster
dewonderful

Does anyone know these compare to the HomeBargains Trek Buddy?




others have reported these are better quality and Cabin Max offer a 3 year warranty !

EliTom
Does the company actually think someone will but that lol?
elitom

others have reported these are better quality and Cabin Max offer a 3 … others have reported these are better quality and Cabin Max offer a 3 year warranty !EliTom


I'm one of them lol. There is no real comparison imo. I've hammered a cabin max over the years and it's still going strong. Can't say the same about the 2 x Trek buddy which I bought enthusiastically and binned soon after - fell apart.
We have three of these. great bags
I have a cabin max bag, which I love, but was once charged as apparently it was too big for an Easyjet flight from Spain (Even though it was fine on the way out!) So just double check before you stuff it with holiday souvenirs!!
Thanks, ordered two for the kids!
Looks good thanks. Have ordered one green and one blue (black now OOS).

Use code: CABINMAX5 to get them for £14.25 each.

Heat.
Edited by: "SuperDan" 6th Jan 2016
nice ordered thanks. will do for upcoming trip away!
All look childish, but the yellow one would make you look mentally stunted.

Heat though, useful and cheap.
heat op, good find
Good deal but shame about the colours a bit bright for my taste
Can anyone tell me how rigid are these? Would it be possible to squash it down to 32 x 40 x 20 so it can be used on Wizzair too? It would be nice to have one bag that can be used at max sizes for all airlines.
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harams

Can anyone tell me how rigid are these? Would it be possible to squash it … Can anyone tell me how rigid are these? Would it be possible to squash it down to 32 x 40 x 20 so it can be used on Wizzair too? It would be nice to have one bag that can be used at max sizes for all airlines.



depends how you pack it I guess

if its not full I am sure they will squash down

EliTom
I'll be probably one of hundreds that will be carrying the same make and colour bag into a Ryanair plane!
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dealerxxx

I'll be probably one of hundreds that will be carrying the same make and … I'll be probably one of hundreds that will be carrying the same make and colour bag into a Ryanair plane!



hence the reason for having a stand out colour !!!!

EliTom
The blue looks nice IMO
Blade_Runner

Does the company actually think someone will but that lol?


Heads they but it, tails they don't!
I have a "boring" black one, excellent product.
You would look like the ambulance service carrying the green one!
Are these a special price or the regular price?
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OB1

Are these a special price or the regular price?



regular price is £25 ish ...... so variants are more expensive

I think there are two weights 660gram and 700 gram - the lighter ones are more expensive - these are 700gram

this is the cheapest I have seen them - normally they vary between £20 and £25

EliTom
dewonderful

Does anyone know these compare to the HomeBargains Trek Buddy?



​The Trek Buddy I bought lasted 2 years heavy use and it's still looking good for its use.
The words 'Cabin Max Carry-on Backpack for Ryanair / Easyjet' is a very misleading because it implies that the bag is sized to the maximum for the airlines. It's guaranteed to fly with Easyjet & Ryannair only because it's well undersized compared to the companies allowable limits!
This bag is 50 x 40 x 20cm = 40 litres. That's is 5 litres short of Ryannairs 56 x 40 x 20cm = 45 litres, and a whopping 23 litres short of Easyjets 56 x 45 x 25cm = 63 litres limit.
The Trekbuddy is only 1 litre short of the ryannair limit at 55 x 40 x 20cm = 44litres.
Much depends on the actual measurements because some bags are labelled larger than they really are, many claiming 40cm wide when they are actually only 36cm.
I have a trekbuddy that's about 3 years old for £9.99 from home bargains. Between the family it's done 26 flights with no issues other than the lack of zips on the internal pockets. One benefit of the trekbuddy over the capital is that because the external pocket zips are straight across on the capital, it's difficult to put your documents in/out without damage when well packed, whilst the trekbuddys pocket is curved and will fold back making document access much easier.
chrisfloyd82

Heat because it reminds me of Boba Fett




Also heat added. Who is / was this fella ? Some adventurer ?
Anybody know if the TrekBuddy in home bargains is a continually stocked item?
Need one to suit Wizz Air.. 42 x 32 x 25cm
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Shambolic

Need one to suit Wizz Air.. 42 x 32 x 25cm




this is basically the same idea but Wizz Air size and costs more !!

https://cabinmax.com/leisure/123-cabin-max-laptop-backpack-0793573609779.html?search_query=london&results=1

EliTom
I have two of these. The quality is good but there are some faults in the product. The customer service is TERRIBLE!
I bought two (1 black and 1 blue). When they arrived, there was a substantial difference in size. To the point where filling it to full capacity would mean it was over the allowed dimension size for RyanAir. I emailed the company with photos which clearly showed it was a different size and they dismissed this straight away. Secondly, these are just big rucksacks - they have a large main compartment with no straps inside, so if you fill them full with clothes and put them on your back, all your clothes will crush to the bottom (creases!!) and will make it uncomfortable to carry.
I would never buy again!!!!
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RyanMurphy

I have two of these. The quality is good but there are some faults in the … I have two of these. The quality is good but there are some faults in the product. The customer service is TERRIBLE!I bought two (1 black and 1 blue). When they arrived, there was a substantial difference in size. To the point where filling it to full capacity would mean it was over the allowed dimension size for RyanAir. I emailed the company with photos which clearly showed it was a different size and they dismissed this straight away. Secondly, these are just big rucksacks - they have a large main compartment with no straps inside, so if you fill them full with clothes and put them on your back, all your clothes will crush to the bottom (creases!!) and will make it uncomfortable to carry. I would never buy again!!!!



at the end of the day they are a cheap solution to maximising carry on allowance on cheap airlines

two top tips for this typoe of use - use a bag appropriate to teh amount of stuff you are carrying and use packing cubes / packing bags ..... tehy weight almost nothing and keep clothes in shape - and always roll clothes, don't fold them

as far as C/S is concerned - my order has shipped already and they have answered my question as to who the courier is within minutes !

EliTom
RyanMurphy

I have two of these. The quality is good but there are some faults in the … I have two of these. The quality is good but there are some faults in the product. The customer service is TERRIBLE!I bought two (1 black and 1 blue). When they arrived, there was a substantial difference in size. To the point where filling it to full capacity would mean it was over the allowed dimension size for RyanAir. I emailed the company with photos which clearly showed it was a different size and they dismissed this straight away. Secondly, these are just big rucksacks - they have a large main compartment with no straps inside, so if you fill them full with clothes and put them on your back, all your clothes will crush to the bottom (creases!!) and will make it uncomfortable to carry. I would never buy again!!!!


Been many years since I used to back pack all over the place but I used to pile t shirts/shirts flat on top of each other, then 'fold in' the sleeves, then roll the whole pile up so you have...well....a 'roll' of shirts. That way if your careful = less creases when you 'unroll' at your destination.
Mind you that was with a ruck sack, these bags are a lot smaller.
I have a all black Cabin Max backpack and have used it on over 20 Ryanair flights. It is excellent as it allows you to make full use of your weight restriction cabin luggage as it is very lightweight compared to wheeled cases etc. One thing I would say though is that carrying a full 10kg on your back is hard work and putting it in an overhead locker no mean fete. If you are late for a connection, running with 10kg on your shoulders is a killer.
Makes it less than a bargain at £20 postage!
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Brianliptov

Makes it less than a bargain at £20 postage!



what is £20 postage?

EliTom
Brianliptov

Makes it less than a bargain at £20 postage!


Postage was free when I ordered mine.
andy1992

The words 'Cabin Max Carry-on Backpack for Ryanair / Easyjet' is a very … The words 'Cabin Max Carry-on Backpack for Ryanair / Easyjet' is a very misleading because it implies that the bag is sized to the maximum for the airlines. It's guaranteed to fly with Easyjet & Ryannair only because it's well undersized compared to the companies allowable limits!This bag is 50 x 40 x 20cm = 40 litres. That's is 5 litres short of Ryannairs 56 x 40 x 20cm = 45 litres, and a whopping 23 litres short of Easyjets 56 x 45 x 25cm = 63 litres limit.The Trekbuddy is only 1 litre short of the ryannair limit at 55 x 40 x 20cm = 44litres.Much depends on the actual measurements because some bags are labelled larger than they really are, many claiming 40cm wide when they are actually only 36cm.I have a trekbuddy that's about 3 years old for £9.99 from home bargains. Between the family it's done 26 flights with no issues other than the lack of zips on the internal pockets. One benefit of the trekbuddy over the capital is that because the external pocket zips are straight across on the capital, it's difficult to put your documents in/out without damage when well packed, whilst the trekbuddys pocket is curved and will fold back making document access much easier.





All very interesting and useful, but I really couldn't take any of it in as all I could think of was this;



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harams

Postage was free when I ordered mine.


Your right, it was showing £20 to Ireland. Thankfully we have ways around extortionate postage costs.
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