From super-sized suitcases to cabin bags that meet Ryanair’s strict size restrictions, your guide to the best sales baggage in January
- For a super-sized suitcase, consider the abrasion-resistant suitcases from Antler’s Clifton range
- Tripp offers cabin bags from £ 30 that meet strict size restrictions
- A top choice for the adventurous traveler is the hybrid travel bag from Craghoppers
Every week, our vacation hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at one brilliant vacation theme and does all the work so you don’t have to. This week: Best Buy luggage on January sale.
Desperate to go on vacation as soon as possible? Here’s how to prepare for that big day with the best bags in the business.
For a super-sized case that will look new for years, consider the anti-abrasion cases from Antler’s Clifton range. The “colourfast” materials on the hard-shell suitcases mean that scratches or dents from clumsy luggage racks do not appear as ugly white spots. This is why the cases are so popular with frequent flyers, who also praise the solid, reliable wheels.
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The largest Clifton suitcases are 80 cm tall and can hold up to 132 liters of luggage. They are available now in stores on Main Street or at antler.co.uk at low prices starting at around £ 200.
Antler also offers sets with reduced “packing cubes” that maximize space by forcing the air out of the garments when packing.
For an equally good pedigree but at a cheaper price, check out the UK brand Tripp’s “Ultra-Lite” range. These are the bags used by many cabin crew and pilots, and a 4×4 suitcase starts at around £ 50.
Tripp also offers a range of cabin bags starting at £ 30 that meet the strict size restrictions imposed by British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair and other airlines. Find the range at Debenhams, John Lewis, larger M&S branches or at tripp.co.uk.
A top choice for adventurous travelers is the waterproof hybrid travel bag from the outdoor specialist Craghoppers. Thanks to its clever design made from recycled materials, it can be used as a backpack, suitcase or shoulder bag.
In order to keep the content safe, it has features that are safe everywhere, such as: B. impact-resistant side panels, hard-to-break zippers and café clips to attach it to chairs or table legs in public places.
Find the bags, which now cost between 120 and 150 euros, in adventure stores like Ellis Brigham, Cotswold Outdoor or at craghoppers.com.
Vacationers looking to reduce their carbon footprint should turn to Groundtruth, an award-winning UK company founded in 2017 by three travel-mad sisters. The backpacks, camera bags and technical bags are made from 100 percent recycled materials and are designed to last – the sisters had them tested by Antarctic researchers on site and granted them a 15-year guarantee.
Tripp offers a range of cabin bags from £ 30 that meet the strict size restrictions imposed by British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair and other airlines
Worried that such worthy bags might not be stylish? The travel wallet has been selected as the official gift for the 2020 Bafta virtual ceremony and is still on sale at groundtruth.global for £ 76.
With the new, germ-resistant case Abbie the Ambulance from Trunki, children can stay safe while traveling and put a smile on their faces while they are traveling. The company asked customers to nominate top worker heroes of 2020 when choosing the name, and medic Abbie came out on top.
In addition to the usual trunk functions – children can ride on the trolley case or attach teddies to it – a new antibacterial solution has been added to the plastic for permanent germ protection.
UK made bags start at £ 40 or you can team up with your kids and design their own suitcase from £ 45 at trunki.co.uk.
Do you already have the perfect luggage for your vacation? Keep other people away from the baggage carousel by tagging it with a personalized leather tag.
Notonthehigh street.com’s labels are available in a variety of colors from £ 12 and are printed to say, “Keep calm and carry on – this is it [your name]Bag. “