Cabin Max Flight Approved Carry on Trolley Backpack Bag - 44L Wheeled Luggage  - £29.95  & Cabin Max Backpack Flight Approved Hand Luggage a massive 44 litres £24.95 at Amazon
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Cabin Max Flight Approved Carry on Trolley Backpack Bag - 44L Wheeled Luggage - £29.95 & Cabin Max Backpack Flight Approved Hand Luggage a massive 44 litres £24.95 at Amazon

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Found 19th Jul 2011
Cabin Max Backpack Flight Approved Hand Luggage a massive 44 litres £24.95 at Amazon - rrp £49.95

Great reviews.

Also Cabin Max Flight Approved Carry on Trolley Backpack Bag - 44L Wheeled Luggage perfect for Easyjet 56 x 45 x 25 - £29.95

Designed to fit the maximum size allowed on a IATA flight 55x40x20cm - Now Water resistant 600D material!
This massive 44 litre capacity makes it possible to fly without checking in baggage to the hold
Lightweight AMAZON Verified 680 grammes, High strength composite shower proof nylon bag with padded back
featuring 3 main zipped compartment, 2 zipped internal compartments. high strength composite nylon bag with padded back
adjustable shoulder straps, carrying handles, and side adjustable straps.

The Original and best Cabin Max flight bag- don't accept any cheap imitations, Read the Reviews!

Flight approved hand luggage designed to make the most of your maximum hand luggage allowance. High strength composite nylon bag with padded back and featuring 3 main zipped compartment, 2 zipped internal compartments, adjustable shoulder straps, carrying handles, and side adjustable straps.

This lightweight bag is ideal for making the most of your hand luggage allowance on low cost flights (remember companies like Ryanair charge for any hand luggage over 10kg and for checking bags into the hold)

Very lightweight AMAZON VERIFIED 680 grammes and with a maximum capacity of 44 litres. Designed to fit the maximum size allowed 55x40x20cm

The Cabin Max 44l Check In Guarantee

This is flight approved luggage and will fit into any airlines overhead locker or luggage gauge IATA dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20 or smaller, please see our picture of the Cabin Max in a luggage bin.

We are so confident that we offer a 100% moneyback guarantee you will never have an issue with taking this bag onto a plane.

Why limit your luggage? Take the maximum allowed.


Latest 2 Reviews ..............

A great product at the price. With some well known budget airlines now charging for hold baggage but lifting weight restrictions on cabin bags, the Cabin Max does what it says and allows you to make full use of the available space whilst staying within the size limits. Once loaded the straps are tensioned to condense the bag to the required size. There are lots of inner pockets and compartments to stow toiletries and possibly wet clothing. On a week long stay in Spain I was able to fit everything I needed into the Cabin Max and still have room for a tea pot and baby clothes. The lack of wheels and pull out handle reduces weight and was not a problem as the shoulder straps are perfectly adequate. The Cabin Max is excellent value for money.

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Firstly, it's very light. Approx 750 grams, which is far lighter than any other comparable-sized bag that I own. So the bag itself will not weight you down, and will leave over 90% of your 10 kilogram weight allowance free for its contents.

Although it may take several trips to be certain of this, the material and the construction look very sturdy, despite the light weight. It seems to be made of some type of tough cloth with some added nylon. The zips have good-sized metal teeth and open and close smoothly.

Apart from the surprisingly-large main compartment, there is a well-planned full-length pocket, with many compartments, and a smaller outer pocket for quick access.

Perhaps to achieve its light weight, the bag itself does not have an especially firm structure or shape by itself, but will partly rely on its contents to give it its shape. The four compression straps on the sides will help to achieve this and prevent a less-than-full bag from being floppy.

The shoulder straps are padded and have a nice curved shape which keep them securely positioned on one's shoulders. Note that, unlike some other bags, the straps do not have a hide-away pocket, but this is not a big issue. The bag itself also has three large padded areas on the back, for added carrying comfort.

Although not in any way ugly, the bag is not especially stylish nor glamourous. So if you're looking to cut a fine figure or make a fashion statement as you stroll into your first-class cabin, then this might not be the bag for you. But if you want a sturdy, functional, light-weight, practical bag, then ... why are you still even reading this review, just go click on "Add to Basket"!
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Oh this again.....this is always this price...sorry.

Designed to fit the maximum size allowed on a IATA flight 55x40x20cm


The maximum IATA size is 56x45x25cm - around 66l - 55x40x20cm is the maximum size allowed by Ryanair. There have been reports though that both theses bags AREN'T the sizes they claim to be and are in fact bigger
We have the backpack ones without wheels & found them to be excellent for Ryanair flights as hand luggage. They are only too big if you overload them & they have bulges so keep it flat & weigh to check & they work perfectly. Only problem we had was had to put my handbag into one before being put in the measuring cage & that made it a tight fit so just make sure you take the size & weight of any handbags & put them in when packing.
If it bulges even slightly it's gonna be too big because the measurements are exactly the same as the allowance, for Ryanair at least.
For cabin luggage it'd be safer to get something a couple of cm's smaller than the allowance, around all sides.
I've also thought it's very expensive just for an oversized back pack and have seen similar looking ones without wheels on fleabay for around the £10 mark.
Edited by: "Mikey1610" 19th Jul 2011
[quote=Mikey1610]If it bulges even slightly it's gonna be too big because the measurements are exactly the same as the allowance, for Ryanair at least.
For cabin luggage it'd be safer to get something a couple of cm's smaller than the allowance, around all sides.
Where from though?

I've also thought it's very expensive just for an oversized back pack and have seen similar looking ones without wheels on fleabay for around the £10 mark.
Got a link please?

poisondwarf

[quote=Mikey1610]If it bulges even slightly it's gonna be too big because … [quote=Mikey1610]If it bulges even slightly it's gonna be too big because the measurements are exactly the same as the allowance, for Ryanair at least.For cabin luggage it'd be safer to get something a couple of cm's smaller than the allowance, around all sides.Where from though?I've also thought it's very expensive just for an oversized back pack and have seen similar looking ones without wheels on fleabay for around the £10 mark.Got a link please?



Ebay - there are many cabin sized wheeled luggage cases for under £20. Just type in 20" luggage or 20" suitcase. Also try 19" too.
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