Whiteox 5 Cities Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 56X45X25Cm Maximum Cabin Approved Trolley Bag Hand Luggage, 56 cm, 60.0 L, Black:Whiteox
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5 Cities Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 56X45X25Cm Maximum Cabin Approved Trolley Bag Hand Luggage, 56 cm, 60.0 L, Black:Whiteox

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5 Cities Published in October 21, 2018, 10:33 am
 5 Cities Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 56X45X25Cm Maximum Cabin Approved Trolley Bag Hand Luggage, 56 cm, 60.0 L, Black:Whiteox

5 Cities Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 56X45X25Cm Maximum Cabin Approved Trolley Bag Hand Luggage, 56 cm, 60.0 L, Black:Whiteox

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Robotron 2084
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Robotron 2084 Reply to on 9 February 2017
Very light and good value for money bag, and I was able to cram *much* more into it than I thought possible on a recent easyjet flight.

The interior does seem a little flimsy, though, and when full, most of the time the bag would not stand upright - I had to lean it against walls and such in the airport, which as a little inconvenient.
Ian
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Ian Reply to on 1 January 2017
Exact size for Easy jet. We were checked on 2 flights recently by easyjet but the bag just dropped in perfectly.
LadyMei
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LadyMei Reply to on 24 February 2018
Massive amount of space but so flimsy. Don't expect it to stay standing still.
I decided to go "tacky" and made an inside frame with the cardboard it came with. Tons of space though. Easyjet cabin crew kept looking at it thinking that it was simply too big. When I put it in the measuring box and it fitted perfectly they were impressed!

I also bought two luggage straps as there is nothing inside to keep things in place, just the zip.

Cheap but I keep thinking that as soon as it breaks will buy one with proper frame and a bit more solid structure, even if it is heavier.
C. Kinch-Pack
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C. Kinch-Pack Reply to on 30 January 2018
Fast delivery even though not prime. Bag quite large for a carry on but as I will be using as a carry on for a cruise it will hold a substantial amount as well as using my normal size suitcase. Bag quite floppy but you could possibly fill with enough items for at least a weeks holiday. Ideal as a carry on for a cruise as no weight restriction. Might be a bit big for a carry on a plane but others have tried this and it has passed and failed. Handle is in a neat zipped compartment and it has a lock. The key was attached to the label on the handle but is tiny and could easily be thrown out if you do not look carefully when first received. Very happy with this carry on bag as for going on a cruise is really like a small second suitcase which you can put all the necessary things in that you do not want to go missing and "carry on" with you either on plane or walking onto a cruise ship.
Pat Ager
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Pat Ager Reply to on 13 August 2017
Bit floppy when packed but hey worth that to get more above your head on easy jet! Was pulled up prior to boarding but went in the cage fine. Needs straps to hold clothes in place. Good stitching and handle.
Adam @ UK
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Adam @ UK Reply to on 2 January 2017
For its price great bag, already used it on 4 flights, some check in some as cabin. I think avoid filling to the max and should last a while.
Magie
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Magie Reply to on 10 February 2017
Does the job. Can fit in enough clothes we need for a trip and is cheaper than booking hold luggage for the trip. Saves space too as it can be collapsed when not in use.
C.M.Rogers
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C.M.Rogers Reply to on 27 July 2017
Worked on the way to Paris, Failed on the way back. Gotta make sure your stuff doesn't shift around inside (which makes it thicker).
Could use some interior hard-shell to keep items in place. It failed the easyJet box test on the way back, and had to be checked luggage.
Luggage tore at the top going through the baggage system. Still usable, though.
Karl
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Karl Reply to on 26 September 2017
It's great to have a maximum capacity cabin bag! Saves the cost for a hold bag. And it's great it folds down to a thin package if not in use. The only thing I don't like so much: you can't let it stand by itself upright, it tipples over. But I guess that's the price to pay for having a fold - up bag. And no strips inside to hold your clothes in place. But as the bag will be always full, it's no problem really. All in all, very satisfied!
Elfy
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Elfy Reply to on 6 June 2018
Used this once on a train and flight. Top tore by the handle and it tore slightly on the bottom. Does not stand up so falls over if you let go of handle . Not the best quality- was disappointed! Only good thing was it was correct size to take on an EasyJet flight as hand luggage as you can fit a lot into bag. Sent back & got a refund with no probs :)
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