Forget about trying to jam everything into your old suitcase- we’ve got the best of the best travel suitcases for you! Don’t buy any suitcase until you’ve read our amazing finds.
Trunkster. This zipperless luggage features a GPS, power bank & even a built-in scale. Luxury at it’s best, this suitcase will have you packed and prepared better than Mr Gadget himself.
Live Luggage. The new Hybrid PA Series from Live Luggage features a soft ballistic nylon case with removable lap top and weekend luggage bags that allow the owner to check in the whole bag or remove pieces for hand luggage; an anti-gravity handle that puts 85% of the weight over the handles; flat motor technology built into the wheels to assist when climbing gradients, curbs and steps; Live Locator™ ID – a unique ID to help locate your suitcase in the event of loss; and umbrella storage (umbrella included). Are we missing something?!
Eddie Harrop. Ideal for weekend escapes, Eddie Harrop’s ‘Voyager’ bag is handcrafted from supple textured leather and finished with a structured base and metal feet for durability. Internal zipped and patch pockets ensure your cell phone, passport and wallet are always close to hand. One of the best carry-on cases ever!
Globe-Trotter. ‘Safari’ suitcase by Globe Trotter, is inspired by 1920s designs. Made from sturdy yet lightweight fibreboard, it’s meticulously crafted in Hertfordshire, England using a variety of unique processes – the leather handles alone take a period of five days to make using an antique Victorian press. The spacious 30″ canvas-lined interior will keep your belongings neat and secure, and a pull-out handle means you can breeze through the airport in style.
McKaba Luggage. ‘ShelfPack’ is a revolutionary new roller suitcase that turns into a chest of drawers upon arrival. Instead of stuffing your T-shirts and socks into any available space, ShelfPack comes with four built-in shelves to help you keep organised.
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