Dunlop Travel Suitcase ONLY  **£5.40** @SportsDirect (using code)
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Dunlop Travel Suitcase ONLY **£5.40** @SportsDirect (using code)

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Found 5th Jan 2012
Needed to go to London for the weekend so needed a small travel suitcase. Found this at sports direct in store, advertised as January Sales for £6! Just checked their website and its there as well but you can get 10% off using McCoys Site (see below)

Go to the McCoys site:-

mccoys.co.uk/rug…php

Type in -
Batch 1252
Time 12:37

You will get a unique code to type in your basket at SportsDirect that will give 10% off your order.

It is not the best of qualities but perfect for what I need and cannot complain for £5.40!



Manufacturer's Information
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The Dunlop Travel Suitase is perfect for a short trip with a large zipped main compartment complete with an expandable zipped section to the front and external zipped pockets to the front and back for storage. This trolley suitcase is easy to transport with durable handles to the top and side along with a retractable handle to the top and durable rubber wheels to the base.

> Please note you may receive a case with either grey or red trim.
> Trolley case
> Large main compartment with lockable zips
> Expandable zipped section
> External zipped pockets to front and rear
> Carry handles to side and top
> Retractable handle and durable rubber wheels
> Dunlop logos

Measurements:

- 16''
Weight 2.8 kgs
Height 41.5 cm
Depth 16 cm
Width 30 cm
Capacity 20 litres

- 20''
Weight 3.1 kgs
Height 51 cm
Depth 19 cm
Width 34.5 cm
Capacity 33.4 litres

- 24''
Weight 3.8 kgs
height 61 cm
Depth 21 cm
Width 39 cm
Capacity 50 litres

- 28''
Weight 4.5kgs
height 70 cm
Depth 24 cm
Width 44 cm
Capacity 74 litres

- 32''
Weight 5.2kgs
Height 81 cm
Depth 27 cm
Width 49 cm
Capacity 107 litres


Product code: 709009

If buying online delivery is £3.99
- wordsworth
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Need to add delivery charge of £3.99 to the price, the voucher can still be used in store so it may work out cheaper
Good price shame it is a little larger than ryanair cabin sizes. Will go and buy one in store tomorrow
wordsworth

Good price shame it is a little larger than ryanair cabin sizes. Will go … Good price shame it is a little larger than ryanair cabin sizes. Will go and buy one in store tomorrow


i was on a ryanair flight recently people were getting on no bother with bags larger than this
just take off handle from suitcase,so it will be fit
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seanjames

i was on a ryanair flight recently people were getting on no bother with … i was on a ryanair flight recently people were getting on no bother with bags larger than this


its still a risk and many people get charged £50+
I've been using this size for ryanair flights for 3 and a half years now and never any trouble, I make it fit in the little cage lol
You might get this on a Ryanair flight - but then again you might not.

Fantastic bargain but it's too big a risk for me to buy.
Don,t forget the £3:99 delivery charge on top, bringing it to a total of £9:39

I was so long subscribing to the mcoys site that someone had already made this comment - sorry

John
stephmcd

I've been using this size for ryanair flights for 3 and a half years now … I've been using this size for ryanair flights for 3 and a half years now and never any trouble, I make it fit in the little cage lol


been on many flights several times per year also.
I think your very fortunate using this as i have been checked nearly every flight.
My advice unless you like to have to put it in the hold is DONT BUY THIS ONE FOR HAND LUGGAGE !! you need the next size down ( which i dare say is alot dearer as it is more popular for obvious reason)
terrible cases , did not stand upright for me when loaded with clothes...not worth it
spend a bit more and get a decent case
I got one of these....good case...yeah they occasionally tip when stood upright. Had no issues with ryanair or easyjet with this case. Just take the top handle of and it then conforms to the size dimensions.
Any idea where to get a very big or large cheap travel suitcase guys?
Edited by: "Wonderkid147" 5th Jan 2012
ewwww but cheap
Cheers op
Architekture

ewwww but cheap



It's a suitcase.Does it really matter what it looks like?
Good price.
Heat added
Thanks, heat added+ordered.

Question about the ryanair-easyjet dimensions: Is it the static handle or the retractable handle you need to take off in order to fit it?
cheap crap and too big to use as a cabin bag

waste of dough

cold
which size would fit in with ryanairs policy if you removed the handle? (as in do the dimensions provided take the handle into account or not)
Will this fit as hand luggage on an easyjet flight??
Banned
arpster

cheap crap and too big to use as a cabin bagwaste of doughcold


plus it takes up 60% of your baggage allowance with its own weight! oO
Original Poster
richardm86

Will this fit as hand luggage on an easyjet flight??


Just about
I used this case on a ryanair flight no problems
It is the 20" inch size that is cabin hold friendly. So you would need to pop instore to get this size as it is out of stock online. Have used this size trolley numerous times on lots of easyJet and Ryanair flights. The staff always make me put my hand luggage in the cage and I am smug when it fits!

Looks like the price has gone back up to £9 now for the 24" case
I've got one of these and used it several times travelling by coach and train and think the quality perfectly acceptable, especially considering its cost, Whilst others might not agree, I considered that if it only had made just the single round trip it would have paid for itself, so the case has paid dividends for me!
I was surprised to read that this sized case would be acceptable as cabin luggage on a Ryanair flight as I would have thought that it would be too big but having 'savoured the delights' of both Easyjet and Ryanair I wouldn't fly with either of them again to find out, even if I was paid too!!!
bargaindeals

I've got one of these and used it several times travelling by coach and … I've got one of these and used it several times travelling by coach and train and think the quality perfectly acceptable, especially considering its cost, Whilst others might not agree, I considered that if it only had made just the single round trip it would have paid for itself, so the case has paid dividends for me!I was surprised to read that this sized case would be acceptable as cabin luggage on a Ryanair flight as I would have thought that it would be too big but having 'savoured the delights' of both Easyjet and Ryanair I wouldn't fly with either of them again to find out, even if I was paid too!!!




So which airline do you advise us to use?
Thank you OP. Bought three at 17:40 yesterday for a total of £20.21 delivered (using the McCoys code) - delivered at 10.30am this morning - most impressed at the speed. Cases seem great for the money.

Like others, am curious about exactly which handle needs to be removed to fit in with budget airlines hand luggage rules.

Now £9 each online, plus £3.99 delivery, both of which should be reflected on the price shown here.
Original Poster
Should I expire it or put it up to £8.10 (using code) ?
Used this as hand luggage on Easyjet flights in December 2010, and then three times during 2011, and also twice on Flybe and once on TAP.

All fine

good maths lol

csiman

plus it takes up 60% of your baggage allowance with its own weight! oO


Hi, bit of an expert on this matter as have been specifically selling the 20inch version of this case for budget airline use for the last 2 years. If you have bought and used the 24inch version of this case on any budget airline as hand luggage and got away with it, to say you have been lucky is an understatement.

The bags themselves are excellent value, and well constructed, however you do need the 20inch version to have a 100% trouble and risk-free flight. As another op points out, Ryanair have a 10kg allowance, so to buy the 24inch version which is nearly 4kg itself doesn't really make sense. This said, Easyjet have no weight restriction as such (as long as it can be stowed in the overhead locker) but note that it's pretty difficult to get much more than 10kg in these cases anyway unless you're carrying lead bricks.

So, a good deal, but take it from me, as someone that has seen people forced to fork out £40 plus to have this sort of sized bag placed in the hold, do not chance it. The 20 inch one is ideal (not trying to plug my own) and I use this very sized one myself and find them perfect, as have countless customers. For a sub £20 bag, you'll find it pretty hard to match the 20inch version for quality. Someone mentioned that it tipped over when full, these also can be placed their sides on their rubber protectors should this occur. Had 100% positive feedback for the 20inch, not one complaint.

Buy it from anyone, just buy the 20inch version for goodness sake.
Hendo9

Used this as hand luggage on Easyjet flights in December 2010, and then … Used this as hand luggage on Easyjet flights in December 2010, and then three times during 2011, and also twice on Flybe and once on TAP.All fine


You've used the 24inch version? I've seen people forced to put this one in the hold (as compared to others it is quite blatantly too tall) and pay £40. If so you've been very lucky. Do the lottery tonight!
csiman

plus it takes up 60% of your baggage allowance with its own weight! oO



This 24inch version is too big, and you're taking a risk trying to get it on as hand luggage with a budget carrier, and indeed 4kg from a 10kg Ryanair allowance, leaves only 6kg of your stuff to fit in.

As for "crap" - definitely not, get the 20inch version. Have sold this sized cabin baggage model to countless customers with 100% positive feedback. Use it myself, as do my friends and family - again - 100% success for a bag that is normally about £10. Find me a bag for £10 or less that can offer the same quality (and peace of mind size-wise) and I'll eat broccoli (which I hate)
seanjames

i was on a ryanair flight recently people were getting on no bother with … i was on a ryanair flight recently people were getting on no bother with bags larger than this


Don't confuse the 24inch one with the 20inch (approved sized) version. Ryanair are nightmare (normally moreso on the return leg) checking baggage in the cages. The 20inch one is the one you need.
Easyjet site says:

"You can take one piece of hand baggage into the cabin with you -no bigger than 56 x 45 x 25cm incl wheels- which must fit comfortably into the baggage gauge."

The 24" version is 61x39x21cm

So the only oversize is at the height and it's by 5 cm.

Someone mentioned that if you remove the handle, it would then fit fine. I haven't received my order yet, but i'll measure it up when it arrives, to see if the handle makes a 5 cm difference or not.


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