Tesco comparable version of Worlds Lightest Suitcases (Large £23.00 / Medium £19.67 / Small £16.33) Free P&P to store
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Tesco comparable version of Worlds Lightest Suitcases (Large £23.00 / Medium £19.67 / Small £16.33) Free P&P to store

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Found 29th Apr 2013
These seem really good value for the price and with 4+ stars from a lot of reviewers on their site. They are far cheaper, but look very much comparable versions to the Sub-Zero Worlds Lightest range.

Small £16.33: tesco.com/dir…724

Medium £19.67: tesco.com/dir…506

Large £23.00: tesco.com/dir…949

Delivery options
FREE Click and Collect
Standard delivery from £3
Express delivery from £5.95

The smaller one's measurements seem smaller than the Sub-zero version making it ideal for budget airlines inc Ryanair. Size is 55x35x19

Limits (thanks to carolinej81 in another post)
Ryanair - 55cm x 40cm x 20cm
Easyjet - 56 x 45 x 25cm
Jet2 - 56x45x25cm
Flybe - 55 x 40 x 23cm
BA - 56cm x 45cm x 25cm

Colour available in this offer is GREY only, the red and black versions of the same luggage are more expensive. Even the set of small and large together is £50 versus £39.33 buying this way!

TCB available (I forgot!)
Codes out there for spends over £50 & £75 as well as the one listed on Tesco Direct itself for spends over £100 or £200 (TDX-JWPX and TDX-PTYW respectively)

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How can you compare "looks" to "weight"?

Maybe the specs, "look" the same. Same weight, same material etc.

where are the codes

Original Poster

Never did compare looks to weight, although the light weight of these does add similar values to the design and material design of the item. Good point therefore ianshona ..... you're adding value ;-)

Are you allowed to post codes that are emailed. Others have been listed. Check the vouchers section.

Cheers.

The ''Worlds Lightest' carry on case is only 1.63kg, (per ASDA's website which has them for £30) this is 2.20kg, so 0.57kg or 1.25lb heavier.

So pays your money and takes your choice!

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Edited by: "colin1961" 30th Apr 2013

The small one is smaller than Ryanair's cabin bag allowance ( and i would be concerned the front pockets actually make it more than 20cm deep) - so not really ideal. The medium is way too big.

You really want one as close to Ryanairs dimensions ( 55x40x20cm) as possible to maximise your free luggage allowance. Watch out for pockets / wheels etc that take the case over the maximum dimensions - you will eventually get caught out ( especially now they are paying commision to airport staff to find oversize cabin bags)

Good price for what they are but I'm afraid the comparison to Sub-Zero does these no favours!

Original Poster

Never did compare looks to weight, although the light weight of these does add similar values to the design and material design of the item. Good point therefore ianshona ..... you're adding value ;-)

Are you allowed to post codes that are emailed. Others have been listed. Check the vouchers section.

Cheers.

colin1961

The ''Worlds Lightest' carry on case is only 1.63kg, (per ASDA's website … The ''Worlds Lightest' carry on case is only 1.63kg, (per ASDA's website which has them for £30) this is 2.20kg, so 0.57kg or 1.25lb heavier.So pays your money and takes your choice!Heat given



World's Lightest - 1.54kg in Matalan today (£35).

Original Poster

rbramhill1

where are the codes



Other 2 codes are here buddy http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/direct.tesco.com

Cheers
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