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Summary: Antler is one of those brands that you will return to every time, and the Portobello range has the looks to match the traditional quality. These cases ...

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Summary: You’d expect top quality from Kipling with their stylish Cyrah suitcase range. What you get with these soft-shelled spinners are innovations on both ...

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Summary: These official R2D2 Suitcase designs from American Tourister are every Star Wars fan’s dream. They are licensed, and top quality – with the know-how ...

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Summary: When you see the New York 8 Wheel Suitcases from IT Luggage, you will instantly know the blue colour. It is hard to put your finger on why, but this ...

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Summary: I’m smitten with the design of the Summerfunk cases from American Tourister. They are not brash, bold, or unique. Instead, they have clean lines, ...

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Summary: The Osprey Sojourn Wheeled Rucksack range fills two important roles in one smart piece of luggage. You can wheel it along. It works just like any ...

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Breaking Down the Ideal Backpacks / Travel Bags for Music Festivals After a year of pain, Festivals are back for 2021. They are later than usual – with many ...

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Summary: In a world where most cases look alike, the Bubble Spin Suitcases from IT Luggage immediately catch your eye. The shell has circular dints. The wheels ...

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Summary: With so many black, blue and beige cases around, these Camouflage designed suitcases from Hauptstadtkoffer look fresh and new. I’m sure you will have ...

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Summary: Antler have a lot of distinctive designs, for me, none are as stylish as the Antler Clifton hard shell cases. The uneven ridged bands just work. Not ...

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Summary: Youri Spin is a range of wheeled soft-shell cases from Kipling. These bags come in 3 sized (hand luggage, medium and large). They have a lot of handy ...

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Summary: One word sums up the look of the IT Divinity Suitcases – ‘Plush’. There is a hint of luxury with the padded / quilted cover. At the same time, anyone ...

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Summary: Pierre Cardin 'Cion' luggage takes the design ethic of the infamous Italian / French designer and creates a soft-shelled suitcase range. It is the ...

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Summary: Kensie Gemstone luggage is unique. The shape is unlike anything you will have seen at the airport before. Elegant lines are shaped like a gemstone. ...

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Summary: The Mixmesh Spinners from Samsonite look like nothing you have seen before. From a distance, they could be any of the smart designs from Samsonite. ...

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Summary: If you thought that retro style suitcases needed to be dull, then think again! These wheeled (spinner) cases from Unitravel combine classic retro ...

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Summary: Union Jack suitcase options range from single hard-shell spinner cases to great value sets. You can go for the classic union jack flag, a grunge ...

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Summary: The Delsey Chalet Air is distinctive and tough. With a track record going all the way back to 1946, the Delsey brand is known for elegance – though ...

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Summary: It was the geometric design which first caught my eye with the Antler Richmond Exclusive cases. This shows rectangles, some long ways, some upright – ...

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Summary: This smart, black, Samsonite Duffle case takes the tech that made this brand – and puts it to use in a collapsible soft format. I have to admit a ...