One thing that’s essential, wherever you’re heading off to on your holidays, is the right case to keep your belongings safe and sound while you’re on route. Luggage isn’t one size fits all though and you’ll need to work out what kind of case you need well before the event because you won’t be packing the same items for a weekend in Ibiza as you will for a month in the States. Check out our top types of luggage, whatever kind of traveller you are:
One for the fashionistas
Samsonite Cosmolite 86 spinner suitcase: £379
If it’s all about appearances then the Samsonite Cosmolite is the only choice for you. It’s scalloped and shaped like an elegant shell and comes in chic shades from classic black to a bold blue. It’s made from polypropylene and this plus the patented shell shape equals unparalleled levels of impact resistance, meaning the contents of your case stay looking great too!
One for city breaks
Cabin Max Lyon: £30
If you’re heading off for a short break and only want to take hand luggage then choose a Cabin Max carry on bag. It’s both a pull-along and a backpack so if you don’t want to wheel it around behind you then simply pop down the telescopic handle and you can carry it in comfort. It’s the correct size to take on board any flight so you can simply head through customs and straight off to your hotel – they come in an assortment of fun colours too.
One for the kids
Trunki Ride on Kids Suitcase: From £34.99
If you want your kids to feel like part of the holiday from the start then make sure they have a suitcase of their own to take to and from the airport. Trunki suitcases are great as they come in a whole host of designs from dinosaurs to Hello Kitty, and have hard shells so your little darling’s belongings won’t get damaged. Best of all they are ride-on so you can ferry your kids around the airport with minimal fuss!
One for a long break
Tripp Lite 4-Wheel Large Suitcase Grape: £89
Tripp is a great brand if you want a reliable and spacious case that will fit enough stuff in to keep you going on long or family holidays. The hard case will stop your belongings getting bashed but it remains light enough so that you can cart it around with ease. The unusual purple hue means you’ll easily spot it on the carousel and if that’s not the shade for you, Tripp specialises in bright cases that are easily identified after a long flight.
One for the travellers
Berghaus Jalan 60+10L Travel Bag: £80
This Berghaus bag is ideal if you’re travelling to remote locations or plan to make multiple stops as it’s got a massive amount of room inside. Boasting a huge 70 litres of space, it’s also adjustable and has specially padded sides and top carry handles so you know you can carry it around in comfort for long periods of time. It also boasts a useful zip off daysack so you can take your essentials with you without having to carry around an extra bag!
So establish what suitcase is best suited to your needs and you can take some of the stress out of getting to and from your holiday destination!