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American Tourister Hand Luggage Bon Air Spinner 55 cm Cabin Size 30 Liters Red 59422 1726
|Price:||£79.99 FREE delivery.|
- Extremely strong 100% polypropylene zipped suitcase
- Cabin luggage approved for Ryanair (not exceeding 55x40x20 cm), Easyjet and British Airways (56x45x25 cm)
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|Number of Wheels||4|
|Lock Type||TSA Lock|
|Special Features||4 Wheels|
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Get a taste for the unexpected with the brand new and super stylish Bon Air hardside suitcase range. Thanks to its cutting edge design, Bon Air blends extreme strength with lightweight luggage manoeuvrability. A 100% polypropylene zipped case, this is the first American Tourister collection of its kind and lets you travel with peace of mind and ease of use. Your belongings and clothes will also remain neatly arranged thanks to Bon Air’s advanced interior organisation.
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It has a few scratches on the outside due to having had to put it in the hold on a few of them, but it's just cosmetic and the wheels, etc are perfect.
Its four wheels make it very easy to carry around.
The thing I like the least is that the space on the main side (the one you see after opening it, not the one with the zip) is not absolutely plain, as there are some plastic structures that come into it from the exterior, making it a bit harder to place clothes in there and takes out some of the available space.
I have a couple of reservations: I picked red and it has scratched very easily meaning it looks a bit scruffy already. On the other hand, when it is on the baggage reclaim belt I can spot it a mile off.
I do not have 100% confidence in the zip, the material is not as sturdy as I would have liked (or as sturdy as on my old suitcase which lasted for about 7 years). For this reason, I do wonder how long the suitcase will last. Time will tell!
Also, it would have been useful to have a handle on the side of the case, as well as on the top. It can be a mission to get the case out of overhead storage on a plane and I find myself having to grab the wheels which are, of course, dirty.