Surfanic 100 litre split roller suitcase - £49.99 + £1.99 del (£51.98) @ Surfanic
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Surfanic 100 litre split roller suitcase - £49.99 + £1.99 del (£51.98) @ Surfanic

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Found 3rd Nov 2015
Lightweight at just 3.8kg, the Surfanic roller bag is the perfect workhorse for any trip. Pack it to the max, and avoid being stung at check-in for that extra baggage allowance. If your travelling light, the the roller compresses right down to secure your load. Stand the bag up and when compressed your gear stays put. The split level design makes packing easy, and prevents your gear looking like you slept in it. Built to last, the roller is constructed from heavy duty 600D polyester and reinforced where it matters. The Padded grab handles make the roller easy to carry, but why bother? Throw it to the floor, extend the handle and wheel the bag with ease. The poly urethane wheels glide effortlessly on any surface, save your energy for what matters.

Features

Fully Retractable Handle
2-way Lockable Zips
Intergrated Poly-Urethane Wheels
4-way Compression Straps
Split Level Construction
Front Document Pocket
100 Litres
Dimensions - L=73cm W=38cm D=37
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Got this last time it was on a deal and have used it a fair bit. For those interested here is my 2p:

Pros - Large capacity, layout is good (split into 2 halves with zip mesh separating the two), lightweight, looks good (sporty), fabric (so collapses down a fair bit, as opposed to a hard case). Useful side pockets.

Cons - After only 2 long haul trips (with ~20KG luggage in) the stitching started coming loose at certain points due to lifting the bag with the handle. Several trips later Ive had to gaffer the sh*t out of it to keep it from falling apart which isnt ideal from only a few trips. I would have simply stitched it but a few more trips have left scrapes that stitches cant mend. This damage was all happened from the conveyer belts etc (rather than me abusing the bag!). Also, a minor niggle, but I find the wheels too close together so it often gets that annoying death wobble when pulling it by its extendable handle much more than any other bag I use.

I really wanted to love (and recommend) this bag but its just OK, even for £50. Not voted either way as Im sure someone on here will buy it and love it.
thejinx6

Got this last time it was on a deal and have used it a fair bit. For … Got this last time it was on a deal and have used it a fair bit. For those interested here is my 2p:Pros - Large capacity, layout is good (split into 2 halves with zip mesh separating the two), lightweight, looks good (sporty), fabric (so collapses down a fair bit, as opposed to a hard case). Useful side pockets.Cons - After only 2 long haul trips (with ~20KG luggage in) the stitching started coming loose at certain points due to lifting the bag with the handle. Several trips later Ive had to gaffer the sh*t out of it to keep it from falling apart which isnt ideal from only a few trips. I would have simply stitched it but a few more trips have left scrapes that stitches cant mend. This damage was all happened from the conveyer belts etc (rather than me abusing the bag!). Also, a minor niggle, but I find the wheels too close together so it often gets that annoying death wobble when pulling it by its extendable handle much more than any other bag I use.I really wanted to love (and recommend) this bag but its just OK, even for £50. Not voted either way as Im sure someone on here will buy it and love it.


Ha. ha death wobble, I get that with a bag I've got (not this one) I wondered what the term for it was
Edited by: "philb100" 3rd Nov 2015
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