Yeah that's right @Ian2007 the smaller size listed on easyjet site is for the small bag that you can put under your seat. However the larger dimensions of 56cm, 45cm, 25cm is for the overhead cabin baggage size They've done something similar to what Ryanair have been doing for awhile (which is very annoying!!)
50x35x19 on their website but the 50 could be a problem - this is from the EasyJet website: For all travel from 10th February 2021, the seat you've booked will determine what bags you are able to bring on board. Everyone can take one small cabin bag per person on board (maximum size 45 x 36 x 20cm, including any handles or wheels), which must fit under the seat in front of you. That should be enough to bring all the essentials for your journey or for a short trip. There’s no weight limit, but we do ask that you are able to lift and carry your bag yourself.
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I'll just add Ryanair to the already impressive list of carriers that won't allow it as a cabin case.
Having quickly checked, there seems to be quite a few that won't allow it, might be worth updating the description to some rather than what you have. Emirates for example 55*38*20 is max, flybe, tui etc
maybe not the budget airlines.
WizzAir would charge for this size. Over the last few years there seems to be confusion abour what is allowed in the cabin and what is allowed in the cabin free of charge.
Not within the current easyJet carry-on size limit!
Top tip there walio (embarrassed) 💜💜😁
As a user of this product (I think mine was 30/40L but the Metz model). I found it very good, I took it travelling with me and had no issues. However the stitching is now gone on the small outer pocket I used for keys/change after having it for 3 years with regular use.
And that's why you go to the boarding gate once you see that there are only a few people left to board. You will be one of the last ones to board, they usually don't care about any more checks by then and want to close the flight quick, therefore they don't waste time with you by asking you to stick the bags inside the ryanair box to measure it and so on.
Hilarious (lol) (lol)
Ordered! Thanks @Hato
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I got the BMW X5 one, keep being mobbed by Springer Spaniels at the airport.
Never seen it any different price at Ryman
It's got a built in towing mechanism (popcorn)
If you get one of these, make sure to teach your kids to run it over people's feet at the airport; use it to badge into the check-in queue and leave it at the bottom of the escalator blocking everyone else. Excellent training for later in life when they can afford the real thing (highfive)
Does it break down as often as the real ones?
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Wheels are covered if it’s a manufacturing fault, but if you drag any case over a rough surface (as many people do without thinking dragging a case when trying to find the place your staying) and the wheels break, then it’s not a manufacturing fault but wear and tear. 8 Wheelers are certainly easier to move around but the wheels will still break if you use them on rough surfaces.
with Ryanair and Easyjet changing their cabin baggage allowance are these still valid?
4 wheel cases are rubbish regardless of size or price. The wheels split & aren’t covered on warranty, go for 8 wheel all the time as it spreads the pressure when pulling along!
Does it come with a free covid shot
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Yep. Absolutely pathetic in the current climate particularly. Lots will just stroll on by to the world of Amazon. If JL don't start leveling the playing field and acknowledging their no.1 biggest competitor, they will cease to exist before the end of this decade.
Delivery charges are really hurting John Lewis online sales vs amazon
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Hopefully EasyJet won't be too strict.
Its slightly too big
EasyJet say 'All customers can bring on board one small cabin bag (max. 45 x 36 x 20 cm), and this must fit under the seat in front of them'; so you may just get away with this.
Just note that easyjet are starting to charge for cabin bags from February. So it'll only be free if it fits under the seat on standard tickets, and you have to pay extra to put it in the overhead lockers.
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