Set of 2 Aerolite (55 x 35 x 20cm) Lightweight Hard Shell Cabin Hand Luggage Cases in Charcoal £39.99 delivered @ Packed Direct
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Set of 2 Aerolite (55 x 35 x 20cm) Lightweight Hard Shell Cabin Hand Luggage Cases in Charcoal £39.99 delivered @ Packed Direct

£39.99£52.9925%Packed Direct Deals
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Refreshed 14th Aug (Posted 12th Aug)
Fantastic price for this Aerolite (55x35x20cm) Lightweight Hand Luggage set

These are sold by Packed Direct (formerly Travel Luggage Cabin Bags)


  • Cabin Size: 55x35x20cm (All Parts) 47x20x34cm (Body), Weight 2.7kg, Capacity: 35L
  • Ideal Hand Luggage Cabin for Ryanair, Easyjet, British Airways & Virgin
  • ABS Material to protect your contents during Travel
  • 4 Wheel Spinners for ease of 360 degrees movers
  • Fantastic 5 Year Guarantee – Buy with peace of mind!

The interior features packing straps and an internal zipped divider with elasticated pockets (perfect for shoes), to keep the contents in place during transit.

Each case includes a free 3-digit combination barrel padlock for extra security, plus a 5 year guarantee for ultimate peace of mind!



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Four spinner wheels provide seamless 360 degree movement, while the double-tube retractable trolley grip handle (actioned via a push button) allows simple and easy transportation, as well as making it easy to stabilise objects placed on top.

The outer casing is made from durable but lightweight anti-scratch ABS hard shell plastic to protect against the rigours of travelling. Robust, smooth, chunky zippers on the main body make opening and closing the case simple.
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COYS6113/08/2019 09:58

These are great. Got me to New York for a few days with no problems


Really that’s clever , I was searching for cheap flights to New York. I will give this a go.
godfather913/08/2019 17:16

Crap suitcase and brand.


What a helpful comment . I've got these, and so far they've lasted 8trips and still going strong. Barely a mark on them, and can't recommend them enough.
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Only one colour at this price
Voted HOT from me, just what I'd been looking for for me and the other half, Thanks OP
These are great. Got me to New York for a few days with no problems
COYS6113/08/2019 09:58

These are great. Got me to New York for a few days with no problems


Really that’s clever , I was searching for cheap flights to New York. I will give this a go.
Thanks OP, exactly what I was after.
Anyone used this site before?
Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has reviews dating further back?
Use code THANKYOU10 for 10% OFF!
shif13/08/2019 10:40

Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has …Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has reviews dating further back?


They look like a subsidiary of Travel Luggage & Cabin Bags (same business address in the returns section if you have a browse) - have had deals on here before, I've ordered from TLCB before on a deal and am happy with my cabin case. Heat from me.
ichayan13/08/2019 10:17

Really that’s clever , I was searching for cheap flights to New York. I w …Really that’s clever , I was searching for cheap flights to New York. I will give this a go.



haha, I wish
shif13/08/2019 10:40

Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has …Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has reviews dating further back?


Hey @shif Travel Luggage Cabin Bags have changed their name to Packed Direct - you can find some previous deals here hotukdeals.com/dea…com
millarcat13/08/2019 12:34

Hey @shif Travel Luggage Cabin Bags have changed their name to Packed …Hey @shif Travel Luggage Cabin Bags have changed their name to Packed Direct - you can find some previous deals here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/travelluggagecabinbags.com


Thanks for the info
pay by PayPal just incase.
I was just about to press the button on these

Can anyone advise if these are better? I thought a fabric bag with a higher capacity would be a better bet so you can cram more in. The downside is that the quality isnt the best and it doesnt stand up when full but i thought for the price and size theyre practically disposable after 2 or 3 trips.
Crap suitcase and brand.
I suggest putting a distinctive/brightly coloured luggage tag or something on one of these if you buy one. These are really popular and there's a fair chance someone else might be using one on your flight. Missing/wrong luggage is not a fun way to start your holiday...
Nice little cases, we have some. Just the job and don't weight much either.
godfather913/08/2019 17:16

Crap suitcase and brand.


What a helpful comment . I've got these, and so far they've lasted 8trips and still going strong. Barely a mark on them, and can't recommend them enough.
FrugalFergal13/08/2019 16:40

I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these …I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these are better? I thought a fabric bag with a higher capacity would be a better bet so you can cram more in. The downside is that the quality isnt the best and it doesnt stand up when full but i thought for the price and size theyre practically disposable after 2 or 3 trips.


I haven’t used them but I have used my Cabin Max backpack for a couple of years now with no issues at all. Would highly recommend one of them.
Terrible, 1st one got broken wheel on 2nd trip, replacement one got broken wheel before I left country... I decided to not ask for replacements, it's just to risky to use it.
FrugalFergal13/08/2019 16:40

I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these …I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these are better? I thought a fabric bag with a higher capacity would be a better bet so you can cram more in. The downside is that the quality isnt the best and it doesnt stand up when full but i thought for the price and size theyre practically disposable after 2 or 3 trips.


Ofc they are different sizes, but Aerolite do a max BA size too, larger than this. I had a fabric Aerolite that lasted me for over 5 years, recently upgraded to one of these (slightly larger) and they are great quality for the cost. People that are saying the quality isn’t great should look at the reviews of the Samsonite luggage, which btw is over 5 times the price when you consider this deal!!!
matrich161013/08/2019 17:46

What a helpful comment . I've got these, and so far they've lasted …What a helpful comment . I've got these, and so far they've lasted 8trips and still going strong. Barely a mark on them, and can't recommend them enough.


Lucky/careful you. Not the same experience here.

They are of bad quality when compare with other brands.

I would really suggest to pay slightly more and get something better (say AT).

Specially - also avoid the fabrics from these.. the stitches are terrible on budget models.
thomas.mone13/08/2019 18:32

Terrible, 1st one got broken wheel on 2nd trip, replacement one got broken …Terrible, 1st one got broken wheel on 2nd trip, replacement one got broken wheel before I left country... I decided to not ask for replacements, it's just to risky to use it.


Terrible make. Tried to trust them with different purchases.. never good results.
TheBestFreebieisHumour13/08/2019 17:16

I suggest putting a distinctive/brightly coloured luggage tag or something …I suggest putting a distinctive/brightly coloured luggage tag or something on one of these if you buy one. These are really popular and there's a fair chance someone else might be using one on your flight. Missing/wrong luggage is not a fun way to start your holiday...


These are cabin bags so it shouldn't be a problem... unless you fly with Ryanair without priority lol
I bought one of these specifically for travel with FlyBe as they have a smaller baggage allowance. My larger bag is a 'Samsonite Flux Spinner'.

The Aerolite is ok for the price and I've flown quite a few times with it now, but you really notice the difference on two things; the case walls are quite flimsy (although this doesn't really matter if it's full), but more importantly the wheels are trash. Although it has four wheels meaning you should be able to push it along, it will NOT go in a straight line - so you'll end up pulling it by two wheels. The wheels really are night and day compared to the Samsonite which pushes along very smoothly, and I wish I'd paid a bit more for better wheels, but there's no getting around it, the Samsonite is a LOT more expensive.

However there's not a lot of bag choice within FlyBe's size limits, so that may be a factor for you.
Edited by: "martinspoon" 14th Aug
Mine has been fine and I travel every week for business. Lasts as long as the so called premium brands.
I'm about to fly a lot with Ryan Air and their hand luggage policy states 40cm x 20cm x 25cm is the max.
Wont this cause problems or are they not as strict as it seems?
roxana.popescu14/08/2019 03:50

These are cabin bags so it shouldn't be a problem... unless you fly with …These are cabin bags so it shouldn't be a problem... unless you fly with Ryanair without priority lol


recently flew easyjet with one of these. was forced to check the bag as overhead lockers were full. there were a few of these on the carasel. I'd tag it in someway to avoid someone accidentally taking it.
shif13/08/2019 10:40

Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has …Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has reviews dating further back?


This was Travel Luggage and Cabin Bags but has re-branded to Packed Direct.
2.7kg..
When you just have 10 kg limit and you spend 2.7kg on the case itself?
Stilbruch14/08/2019 11:06

I'm about to fly a lot with Ryan Air and their hand luggage policy states …I'm about to fly a lot with Ryan Air and their hand luggage policy states 40cm x 20cm x 25cm is the max.Wont this cause problems or are they not as strict as it seems?



They changed the size (downsized) to 40x20x25 so that it fits under the seat in front as opposed to in the overhead locker. If you want to put a larger case in the overhead (up to 55x 40x20) you will need to purchase (upgrade) to their "Priority" service starting at an additional £6, which gives priority boarding, the larger bag and an additional smaller bag.... ryanair.com/gb/…icy

I wouldn't risk using this case on a Ryanair flight without buying their priority service. I would say that they are "vigilant" in the oversized luggage area.
Edited by: "Alphaman1" 14th Aug
shif13/08/2019 10:40

Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has …Anyone used this site before?Domain was created 47 days ago, yet has reviews dating further back?


Pifle
Alphaman114/08/2019 12:43

They changed the size (downsized) to 40x20x25 so that it fits under the …They changed the size (downsized) to 40x20x25 so that it fits under the seat in front as opposed to in the overhead locker. If you want to put a larger case in the overhead (up to 55x 40x20) you will need to purchase (upgrade) to their "Priority" service starting at an additional £6, which gives priority boarding, the larger bag and an additional smaller bag.... https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/plan-trip/flying-with-us/baggage-policyI wouldn't risk using this case on a Ryanair flight without buying their priority service. I would say that they are "vigilant" in the oversized luggage area.


Correct, twice recently I have seen Ryanair cabin staff tell passengers they cannot put a case like this under the seat “for safety reasons”.
martinspoon14/08/2019 09:07

I bought one of these specifically for travel with FlyBe as they have a …I bought one of these specifically for travel with FlyBe as they have a smaller baggage allowance. My larger bag is a 'Samsonite Flux Spinner'.The Aerolite is ok for the price and I've flown quite a few times with it now, but you really notice the difference on two things; the case walls are quite flimsy (although this doesn't really matter if it's full), but more importantly the wheels are trash. Although it has four wheels meaning you should be able to push it along, it will NOT go in a straight line - so you'll end up pulling it by two wheels. The wheels really are night and day compared to the Samsonite which pushes along very smoothly, and I wish I'd paid a bit more for better wheels, but there's no getting around it, the Samsonite is a LOT more expensive. However there's not a lot of bag choice within FlyBe's size limits, so that may be a factor for you.



Aren't Samsonites about £250 per bag?
Downfall15/08/2019 10:09

Aren't Samsonites about £250 per bag?


Well mine was about £100 on a deal, so like I said this deal is good for the price!
I recieved mine this morning and they both seem fine, in fact I am pleasantly surprised!! The OH is happy too, so Brucey Bonus. Thanks OP
golfbarry13/08/2019 10:51

Use code THANKYOU10 for 10% OFF!


It states not available to me right now!
FrugalFergal13/08/2019 16:40

I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these …I was just about to press the button on theseCan anyone advise if these are better? I thought a fabric bag with a higher capacity would be a better bet so you can cram more in. The downside is that the quality isnt the best and it doesnt stand up when full but i thought for the price and size theyre practically disposable after 2 or 3 trips.


Well they’re too big for Ryanair
Stilbruch14/08/2019 11:06

I'm about to fly a lot with Ryan Air and their hand luggage policy states …I'm about to fly a lot with Ryan Air and their hand luggage policy states 40cm x 20cm x 25cm is the max.Wont this cause problems or are they not as strict as it seems?


That’s a handbag size not cabin bag, ie goes under seat
Dave3679964217/08/2019 08:56

That’s a handbag size not cabin bag, ie goes under seat


In the meantime I educated myself and got a nice bagpack fitting the handbag size.
I also looked for something a bit more pricey for the cabin bag. It's 57.1 x 35.6 x 22.9cm though, but I don't expect Ryanair to make a fuzz about 2 cm.
Edited by: "Stilbruch" 17th Aug
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