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Cabin Max Manhattan Travel Bag | Ryanair Cabin Bags 40x20x25 | Laptop Bag/Shoulder Bag - £19.95 Delivered - Sold by Cabin Max UK @ Amazon
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Cabin Max Manhattan Travel Bag | Ryanair Cabin Bags 40x20x25 | Laptop Bag/Shoulder Bag - £19.95 Delivered - Sold by Cabin Max UK @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Dec 2019Edited by:"omgpleasespamme"

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Normally around £35, previous cheapest price £30 according to the 3 camels.

It's a soft backpack that fits the latest Ryan Air restrictions on the cheapest tickets. I think cabin max are generally well regarded quality wise. Amazon reviews seem favourable. There's also a combo deal available with some packing cubes. Add this and the £9.99 packing cubes to your basket and at the final stage it'll deduct £1.50.

Red Trim also available at this price.

Shoulder bag version at half the price here hotukdeals.com/dea…825.
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Jef_B18/12/2019 21:38

Yeah, Ryanair always find a way to refuse bags entry without further …Yeah, Ryanair always find a way to refuse bags entry without further payments.


Used them more than 50 times. Never had an issue with my bags. Neither when I used other airlines. Perhaps because I have a few different size trolleys and I always read the airline luggage policy, taking the right size with me. I've witnessed lots of customers arguing with the staff and causing delays. Never understood why take bigger luggage when the instructions are clear and particularly when you receive an email from Ryanair reminding you the sizes allowed.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Dec 2019
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Grab 1 before they make it
35 x 15 x 20 👌😁✈
Then we can all buy another one... 👌
Yeah, Ryanair always find a way to refuse bags entry without further payments.
Great find, very handy. I have a similar bag and I can recommend to others, compact and comfortable as hand luggage.
Description says fits Ryan air small bag size, not cabin bag
Had this problem a little while ago just be aware..
danay418/12/2019 21:49

Description says fits Ryan air small bag size, not cabin bag Had this …Description says fits Ryan air small bag size, not cabin bag Had this problem a little while ago just be aware..



From the Ryan Air website.

imgur.com/a/T…7rI


You can take this bag with any ticket. It should fit under the seat in front of you.


Easyjet allow a much larger bag/case as standard. They also allow an additional smaller bag if you pay for or have one of the following:Flexi, Upfront, Extra Legroom customers and easyJet Plus cardholders. This bag is smaller than both the standard and the additional small so if you use it on Easyjet you're not making the most of your allowance.


imgur.com/a/r…GuF

I got fed up with visiting airline websites but I found a list on Skyscanner. It appears up to date from what I checked.

imgur.com/a/W…Tc7

Thank you Skyscanner.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 18th Dec 2019
Jef_B18/12/2019 21:38

Yeah, Ryanair always find a way to refuse bags entry without further …Yeah, Ryanair always find a way to refuse bags entry without further payments.


Used them more than 50 times. Never had an issue with my bags. Neither when I used other airlines. Perhaps because I have a few different size trolleys and I always read the airline luggage policy, taking the right size with me. I've witnessed lots of customers arguing with the staff and causing delays. Never understood why take bigger luggage when the instructions are clear and particularly when you receive an email from Ryanair reminding you the sizes allowed.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Dec 2019
sheffield78818/12/2019 22:45

Used them more than 50 times. Never had an issue with my bags. Neither …Used them more than 50 times. Never had an issue with my bags. Neither when I used other airlines. Perhaps because I have a few different size trolleys and I always read the airline luggage policy, taking the right size with me. I've witnessed lots of customers arguing with the staff and causing delays. Never understood why taking bigger luggage when the instructions are clear and particularly when you receive an email from Ryanair reminding you the sizes allowed.



I had one situation in which a friend booked my ticket and I didn't find out that they'd chosen the cheapest possible ticket that only allowed one bag until we were on the way to the airport. So at the airport I had to empty my second back into the bag of one of my friends who had packed really lightly. There are probably situations where solo travellers whose ticket has been booked by someone else don't realise they've breached the allowance until they hit the queue and I imagine that's not a great situation to be in. You'd feel stitched up by the person who booked the ticket and probably feel like the airline is trying some daylight robbery. I'm not saying it's right to hold everyone up; just that I can see how it happens.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 18th Dec 2019
It's coming up a £30 for me, and the packing cubes only seem to take off the £1.50...
Only red and yellow colours are for £19.95
omgpleasespamme18/12/2019 22:54

I had one situation in which a friend booked my ticket and I didn't find …I had one situation in which a friend booked my ticket and I didn't find out that they'd chosen the cheapest possible ticket that only allowed one bag until we were on the way to the airport. So at the airport I had to empty my second back into the bag of one of my friends who had packed really lightly. There are probably situations where solo travellers whose ticket has been booked by someone else don't realise they've breached the allowance until they hit the queue and I imagine that's not a great situation to be in. You'd feel stitched up by the person who booked the ticket and probably feel like the airline is trying some daylight robbery. I'm not saying it's right to hold everyone up; just that I can see how it happens.


I'm sure it can happen and it is not always with intention. On the ticket you usually have printed what bag size is included. My commnet was because somebody mentioned Ryaniar ALWAYS finds way to refuse bags entry.

I usually book tickets with Wizzair for my mother. They accept ridiculously small bags. As my mother will travel in 2-3 months time, I always ring her after booking and ask her to write down the size of the luggage included. This is for her to know and also for me to know, as I will do the online check in for her months later and I do not remember what I've booked. I check online, I check with her as well. There are exceptions, I agree. But we have to take responsibilities. Some budget airlines are charging very little for their tickets, they need to make money somehow. And this is how they make the money.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Dec 2019
i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there any alternatives to this but cheaper
globetagger18/12/2019 23:09

i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there …i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there any alternatives to this but cheaper


Try Poundstretcher, they have different sizes and I think majority cost about £10.
I have this exact bag. Used twice, just wanted a correctly sized box to put all my stuff in when flying. 1 thing to mention is the backpack part is not worth it. It fits on the shoulders poorly and the top of the bag sloops backwards (you can see this on their picture here) I normally end up carrying it by the handle.
I paid £30 for this. Its a decent bag that zips open like a proper suitcase so you don't need to pull everything out to get at your stuff. It pizzes me off when I use it for Ryanair flights though as folks with much bigger bags get on without being challenged
globetagger18/12/2019 23:09

i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there …i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there any alternatives to this but cheaper


decathlon.co.uk/10l…tml

That one is £9.99 at decathlon. Its about 2cm bigger than Ryanair's dimensions though but that shouldn't be a problem
pmackers19/12/2019 00:05

I paid £30 for this. Its a decent bag that zips open like a proper …I paid £30 for this. Its a decent bag that zips open like a proper suitcase so you don't need to pull everything out to get at your stuff. It pizzes me off when I use it for Ryanair flights though as folks with much bigger bags get on without being challenged



It's not typically too expensive to pay for priority to get the old baggage allowance. Thanks for the info on the zips.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 19th Dec 2019
globetagger18/12/2019 23:09

i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there …i'm looking for a bag this size....was hoping to spend £10....are there any alternatives to this but cheaper



hotukdeals.com/dea…825
gidsterc18/12/2019 22:56

It's coming up a £30 for me, and the packing cubes only seem to take off …It's coming up a £30 for me, and the packing cubes only seem to take off the £1.50...

amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
Never had an issue with Ryanair and have often have taken bigger than the size requirements. But if I did get pulled up on it, I would oblige to pay and not argue like most
wackojacko9919/12/2019 20:03

Never had an issue with Ryanair and have often have taken bigger than the …Never had an issue with Ryanair and have often have taken bigger than the size requirements. But if I did get pulled up on it, I would oblige to pay and not argue like most


Yeah but you are looking at a £25 charge which is usually about the cost of the flight. With my luck I'd get pulled up first go
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