Revelation by Antler Echo 4 Wheel Medium Blue Suitcase £22 @ Tesco
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Revelation by Antler Echo 4 Wheel Medium Blue Suitcase £22 @ Tesco

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Medium 4 wheeled suitcase that's has good reviews. I have been looking out for 2 suitcases for myself and this deal was good enough for me to commit and buy.
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Packing Capacity: 68L
Maximum Volume: 89L
Weight: 3.8kg
Height: 69.0cm
Width: 46.0cm
Depth: 28.0cm

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Also £22 on Amazon and now back in stock @31/12/17.

I had some Amazon Gift Card Balance to use

amazon.co.uk/gp/…4CH
Edited by: "W1zz" 31st Dec 2017
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Great Price!!! Take some heat8)
thanks op been looking to get new case
Already bought 2days ago but it’s medium size
Thanks op. Ordered the navy weightless one for the same price
Not only that it luggage large also half price £35
I bought this suitcase a few months ago and its great
Heat. I have soft case in this make and got to be most durable case had to date
Can this be used as cabin baggage or is it too big? Thanks
bulktrans9 m ago

Can this be used as cabin baggage or is it too big? Thanks



Too big for cabin baggage. If you scroll down on the link and select to see the other cases on offer you can see cabin cases from £25.
Quite heavy...
Thanks OP. Voted hot.
Ordered thanks
Also £22 on Amazon and now back in stock @31/12/17.

I had some Amazon Gift Card Balance to use

amazon.co.uk/gp/…4CH
Edited by: "W1zz" 31st Dec 2017
Just bought one from Tesco, luckily I’m over 12 years old lol. Anybody know why there’s an age restriction on a case??
Good case but don't lock it. Recent trip to America customs broke the lock and left a note inside saying they've gone through my gear
Thanks, been needing a new suitcase. The four wheel ones seem so much easier to lug around
GoldSquid19 m ago

Good case but don't lock it. Recent trip to America customs broke the lock …Good case but don't lock it. Recent trip to America customs broke the lock and left a note inside saying they've gone through my gear


It has a tsa lock they're meant to have the keys. TSA are universal locks designed for customs to open locks without breaking them.
Bear in mind the wheels on this are terrible when rolling on a carpeted area. I have a very similar case by American Tourister and the wheels are too small for the case, making it very difficult to roll on carpets in hotels. I would buy an 8-wheeled case as they are so much easier to roll (the four wheels are doubled).
I've got a Revelation case and can say it's really pretty good - it's survived a good 20+ flights so far!
The only thing that could be better is the extendable handle - regularly fails to extend and requires some fettling to get working again.
This sound better than the echo show?
I’ve just been looking at this is my local Tesco and it looks a neat little case, the only complaint I have is that it is medium. If you’re travelling with hold luggage then you may as well go as big as possible, and if you’re traveling with hand luggage then this is too big, so it’s use is limited in my opinion.
Great price though so have some heat!
Any opinions about the cabin luggage ones?
Great find! Just ordered Revelation by Antler Weightless 4-Wheel Navy Medium Suitcase for the same price as this one was out of stock
Looks like a reasonable case...and even if travelling with hold luggage no point in using bigger, heavier case now that most air lines limit all luggage by weight not case dimensions.
Great find. Well done.
i have one its a good buy for price, but quality isn't great its the budget version, mine was damaged on BA flight so they immediately replaced case, if paying for luggage I prefer the larger size
Got mine. Seems good to me. Says 10 years warranty on stickers.
kazkane29th Dec

Just bought one from Tesco, luckily I’m over 12 years old lol. Anybody k …Just bought one from Tesco, luckily I’m over 12 years old lol. Anybody know why there’s an age restriction on a case??



kazkane29th Dec

Just bought one from Tesco, luckily I’m over 12 years old lol. Anybody k …Just bought one from Tesco, luckily I’m over 12 years old lol. Anybody know why there’s an age restriction on a case??


Just taken delivery today from Amazon. Can’t see how it’s a TSA lock unless it’s an override combination code. There’s no TSA key hole which I have on my other TSA combination locks.

Just checked the Amazon item description and it doesn’t mention TSA locks. Is the Tesco version different, or is the description incorrect

Doesn’t mention TSA locks on the manufactures site either. Where it’s also now dropped to £22

revelationlondon.com/ech…lue
Edited by: "W1zz" 31st Dec 2017
W1zz23 h, 37 m ago

Just taken delivery today from Amazon. Can’t see how it’s a TSA lock unl …Just taken delivery today from Amazon. Can’t see how it’s a TSA lock unless it’s an override combination code. There’s no TSA key hole which I have on my other TSA combination locks.Just checked the Amazon item description and it doesn’t mention TSA locks. Is the Tesco version different, or is the description incorrectDoesn’t mention TSA locks on the manufactures site either. Where it’s also now dropped to £22https://www.revelationlondon.com/echo-medium-suitcase-blue


I think you’ve got confused......when travelling abroad to the states the TSA ( Transportation Security Administration) have the right to search your case at any point after it’s been checked in as hold luggage.
Therefore, if you have any padlocks on, or the case locks with a combination lock ( like this one) then they have the right to force entry, and they are not liable for any resulting damage. To prevent this, when traveling to the USA you should use a standard approved TSA padlock, which all open with a universal key. That way, they can open it without breaking it.

So it’s NOT a TSA lock, which is why it isn’t mentioned. When traveling overseas with this case I wouldn’t use the built in combination lock, but instead use a standard TSA padlock to secure the two zippers.
garyhilton4 h, 8 m ago

I think you’ve got confused......when travelling abroad to the states the T …I think you’ve got confused......when travelling abroad to the states the TSA ( Transportation Security Administration) have the right to search your case at any point after it’s been checked in as hold luggage.Therefore, if you have any padlocks on, or the case locks with a combination lock ( like this one) then they have the right to force entry, and they are not liable for any resulting damage. To prevent this, when traveling to the USA you should use a standard approved TSA padlock, which all open with a universal key. That way, they can open it without breaking it.So it’s NOT a TSA lock, which is why it isn’t mentioned. When traveling overseas with this case I wouldn’t use the built in combination lock, but instead use a standard TSA padlock to secure the two zippers.


I’m familiar with TSA approved locks. Been to the states several times and once had the note left inside saying It had been searched.

Its the Tesco description for this case says

  • In-built TSA lock

Which it isn’t and will get cropped if you go to the states and your case is searched. Goldsquid mentioned this happened to them with this case earlier in the thread and someone replied that it was a TSA, so shouldn’t have.
W1zz15 m ago

I’m familiar with TSA approved locks. Been to the states several times and …I’m familiar with TSA approved locks. Been to the states several times and once had the note left inside saying It had been searched.Its the Tesco description for this case saysIn-built TSA lockWhich it isn’t and will get cropped if you go to the states and your case is searched. Goldsquid mentioned this happened to them with this case earlier in the thread and someone replied that it was a TSA, so shouldn’t have.

Ah yes I’m with you now! The Tesco description DOES state that this is a TSA lock, but the Amazon site makes no mention of this.
I can confirm that this lock is NOT TSA approved ( I bought one from Tesco and have just checked it, and it has no keyhole nor does it carry the TSA logo. There is no mention of TSA approval on the various labels or on the lock combination reset instructions inside) so it is the Tesco description that is wrong.
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