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Details about Cabin Approved Trolley Case Tuff-Luv Air-We-Go Black / Blue
- Adjustable T-bar care for
- Padded computer sleeve
- 4 zipped cubicles
- Interior organisers
- Easy Curler wheels
Cabin Approved Trolley Case Tuff-Luv Air-We-Go Reviews
Enough for a weekend
The bag is fine, but depends for what you need it. For example has many compartments, and in case you need only to wear clothes, all they do is take up space. It fits for low cost flights, filling even the most, but be careful with the depth (which is not too swollen). Finally, despite being fabric, which gives a little, but not the type zipper closures. Do not have the suitcase too full. That said, for a weekend and definitely no towels or linen.
The cabin approved troley case Backpack trolley makes at first sight a steady and thoughtful impression. Very good is the reinforced base with the outer rollers. Compared to other backpack Trolleys a very good price-performance ratio. I hope he confirmed the first practical use of this first impression.
Let see now another point of view about Cabin Approved Trolley Case Tuff-Luv Air-We-Go
Attention to detail!
The backpack itself is well designed. The cubicles are designed in a rational and have a reasonable capacity. The overall dimensions are optimal for everyday use (transport even in public transport).
The fabric is resistant to the touch and appears of very good quality.
Negative opinion for the hinges which I believe are of poor quality: the sliders do not flow well and it seems that they tend to wear out quickly.
Thumbs down (but really below !!!) for the stitching of the braid to adjust the shoulder straps: the seams have yielded both literally suddenly (risking to damage the contents of the bag, including a MacBook pro … in that I thought bad things !!!) within two weeks of purchase (before and after a couple of days the other). Now, I proceeded to arrange the slots with knots in plastic, hoping they do not break.
- Put some sort of protection to the wheels when the bag is used as a backpack to avoid getting back with the wheels dirty!
- Changing supplier of zip
- Giving available to those undertaking the seams of the braid from the shoulder seam to do some more (so I do not think that would do to hand) thinking that these are bags that are designed to carry 10 to 15 pounds of weight. In fact, careful observation revealed that the seams are really made in a hurry.
Conclusion: The two negative details that I mentioned (zippers and seams of the braid to adjust the shoulder straps) are likely to affect a product as a whole I think it is designed really well and at a reasonable cost.
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