Dunlop Suitcase 24 Inch now £7 @ sportsdirect
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Dunlop Suitcase 24 Inch now £7 @ sportsdirect

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Found 24th Oct 2012
Offering a spacious design, the Dunlop Trolley Suitcase is ideal for taking on weekend trips and holidays abroad, offering a soft sided design with the Dunlop logo imprinted to the front and badge above. This Dunlop Canvas Suitcase also benefits from 2 wheels to the base with an extendable handle so it can be easily pulled along when carrying heavier loads.

> Wheeled suitcase
> Carry handles to the top and sides
> Retractable handle
> Lockable zips
> Zipped pockets to the front and back
> 2 wheels to the base

21 Comments

Has been available in the past for £6 and got poor review. Should mention the delivery charge of £3.99 which adds 57% to the advertised price of 1 case ! Obviously best as part of a larger order if possible. TCB available @ 5% on price excluding VAT & delivery.

Edited by: "COMARANTZ" 24th Oct 2012

Have seen these literally disintegrate while people pulling them along the street. Felt sorry for the poor girl as she didnt know how to pull the damned thing after the handles fell apart in her hand. Wouldn't touch them personally.

good price but I think it's better to pay extra to get a more reliable case. I' was using the 22inch version for a while as a hand luggage. unfortunately the wheels got wobbly pretty quickly and recently they broke apart and i had to carry the case on my return trip...i can't complain about the other parts and weight (it's around 2.6kg), so it would be a good case if it had better wheels

My friend's Dunlop suticase was completely destoyed on our flight to Thailand ...

He got £50 compensation though from the airline so ended up abround £40 better off!

Sports Direct! What a horrible store!

Seems to be too big for Ryanair or Easyjet cabin baggage which I would assume is one of the main reasons for buying.
Ryanair Maximum height is 21.5 inches or 55cm. This case is 24 inches or 61cm.

I can't understand the vast majority of people who pack more than they can carry and therefore require wheels.

omgpleasespamme

I can't understand the vast majority of people who pack more than they … I can't understand the vast majority of people who pack more than they can carry and therefore require wheels.



I know, I have seen those people at the super markets who buy so much they need car to carry it all home. What about those stupid people who put those stupid huge backpacks on their backs that require straps, don't understand them. When I travel I just put everything in my pockets or wear it - can't understand why anyone would use an form of baggage or need so much when travelling anywhere?!

leedale30

When I travel I just put everything in my pockets!



Comedy!

One thing of note - these things are particularly heavy considering the size.

Plastic construction of mine disintegrated within months as well.

might help someone ...

http://i00.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/669/153/460/460153669_091.jpg

Cyrus

might help someone ...



That poor woman who could only afford the 20 inch bag had to sell one of her arms and her hair to buy it

These are really poor quality - mine broke on the first use and I only had one MI6 officer in it.

rqmusicfan

That poor woman who could only afford the 20 inch bag had to sell one of … That poor woman who could only afford the 20 inch bag had to sell one of her arms and her hair to buy it



Top comment! Made me and everyone in our office laugh.

After reading the comments about quality I tend to agree what has been said. My Dunlop suitcase developed a wonky wheel after a few trips using the train which I put down to being unlucky, but it would seem not.

To those who have commented about people taking too much stuff with them; clearly they aren't female or travel with one - lol.
And the idea of having wheels on a bag is to make it easier to move - I would have thought that obvious.

rqmusicfan

That poor woman who could only afford the 20 inch bag had to sell one of … That poor woman who could only afford the 20 inch bag had to sell one of her arms and her hair to buy it



Well that's better than paying an arm and a leg - lol

These were on offer for £5 instore at sportsdirect till recently. (literally picked one up in august)

how is it being £7 + delivery a deal?

can not really go wrong at that price

X20VEV

can not really go wrong at that price



I work on the basis that if it only made one trip that it would pay for itself but if the wheels fall off along the way then it ain't a good deal.

Just had this suitcase delivered with several other items. Was a bit dubious after reading the comments here but I'm pleasantly surprised. Lots of pockets and better quality than I expected and as someone else said - it will be worth it if it's ok for one trip. Even if the wheels go though I will still be able to use it as a case.

I'Ve bought lots of items from sportsdirect and I don't remember ever being disappointed and the delivery is always very fast.
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