Summary: This Mexican Skulls carry on case from Tokyoto looks amazing. The skulls come from the annual ‘day of the dead’ carnival – when Mexicans pay a unique tribute to their ancestors. Skulls are close together, with different sizes and expressions, with a mostly blue colour scheme. This case is sized as carry on for the lower cost airlines like Ryanair and EasyJet. There are two versions, one with a mobile charger and one without. These options are both available via the same amazon page.
As you can imagine, feedback for the distinctive designs of Tokyoto cases is excellent. You see the close ups of this Mexican skulls case, or scroll through all the different designs, over on this dedicated amazon.co.uk product page.
Detailed Review of the Tokyoto Mexican Skulls Luggage
When you include the wheels, this case is 55cm x 20cm x 34cms. This is (just) within the guidelines for carry-on luggage of all airlines, including the lower cost budget ones. The comments agree – with nobody reporting the notoriously strict Ryanair for refusing them.
These are spinner cases, with 4 tough wheels that swivel in every direction. It is not just the wheels that are spinners, the entire case will spin in place. This case can be pushed along by your side, or pulled on 2 wheels if you prefer going old school. There is a telescoping handle to help you control it.
It weighs in at 2.8kgs and has a capacity of 30 litres.
The build is a lightweight polycarbonate – which is what allows Tokyoto to add so many colourful and unique designs to the outer shell. No need to worry about the build quality – this case comes with a 2-year warranty.
Locks, Charger and Inside Compartments
You can get an optional charger which fits with this case. This is perfect for keeping your phone and other devices topped up while you travel around. It is simple to switch between ‘only trolley’ and ‘trolley and charger’ on the amazon page.
It has a lock. This holds the zip heads and has a combination setup. Everyone knows the TSA are keen on breaking cases open. The TSA over ride can help to prevent this should you ever use this case to travel to the USA.
You will find the inside is lined. One side can be zipped shut, with the other side having a simple elasticated strap to hold your things in place.
Feedback: What Previous Buyers Said About These Mexican Skull Cases
The maker grouped together a lot of designs, some abstract, others movie characters – so this is the feedback that covered them all rather than just the day of the dead style cases.
It is rare to see almost all the feedback positive with this many comments. It seems like people were super-happy not only with the designs, but with the build and setup too. Service came in for praise. Only one user complained that it did not fit into the check in box that measures the size. This was for the ‘Flybe’ airline.
I usually make a point of finding negative comments to give a fair appraisal – though in this case only one delayed delivery to report.
Remember to check the latest comments. While service is great at Tokyoto in recent months, things sometimes change.
Wrap Up: Is this Mexican Skull Designed Luggage Right for You?
If you love the look and feel of Mexico’s day of the dead, then this case makes for a wonderfully different choice. Distinctive does not do it justice…. ‘unique’ works much better.
It ticks all the boxes for a quality check-in case. This include spinner wheels, telescoping handle, lock with TSA over-ride and lined inside.
Check out all the designs from this maker on this amazon.co.uk product page – while the Mexican skulls look amazing, you never know when one of the other designs will appeal even more.
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