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- Polycarbonate hardshell
- Zipped main compartment
- Water repellent
- Four wheels
- Integrated TSA lock
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Stand out at the airport with the Curiosity small cabin suitcase designed to make travelling easier. Made of a tough yet light polycarbonate hardshell, this case has protective bumpers and a TSA lock for extra security. Don't forget, the retractable trolley handle to make gliding through airports super easy.
- Product Dimensions : 25 x 40 x 55 cm; 3.36 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 14 June 2020
- Manufacturer : Kipling
- ASIN : B07V4MBLVP
- Item Model Number : KI5608P39
- Department : Unisex Adult
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At 123 litres it is a large suitcase and stands a full 79 cms tall.
So unless you pack an awful lot of luggage it is a family sized suitcase.
The material is a tough polycarbonate that should take some hammer yet still look pretty good.
Those blank black walls are crying out for some stickers to personalise your luggage but that's up to you.
At almost £200, at the time of reviewing the case is not cheap. The siren call of the 'budget' luggage outlet calls but the case does look worth the investment.
The action with the wheels, four in total, is, as you'd demand excellent. Each wheel has two runners and the action is smooth.
They swivel in whichever direction you want, are tough and fit for purpose.
The handle moves in and out with ease allowing you to 'boule' your case along.
Inside there are several pockets allowing you to separate your clothing and items. This should allow you to ensure breakable items are protected towards the middle of the case.
The usualy two cross straps helps secure the contents.
I myself would invest in a set of clothing separators to maximise the space and contents.
Now some advice.
My case arrived locked with what I thought was a key slot. No key nor outside package was included so the instructions had to be inside the 'locked case'
The two fobs on the zippers twist around and slide into slots where the case can be locked there is a 3 digit revolving code.
I figured that if I set the combination to 000 then that should open the lock.
Luckily for me that was the case.
Inside there is a small booklet in several different languages that tell you how to 'set' the lock.
It is a quite simple procedure you get a ball point pen push it in then set the combination to a memorable number and that's it.
I would keep the instructions to reset the lock somewhere safe for future reference if I were you.
A good looking large case. Tough and fit for purpose.
The action is smooth and solid and it looks like it can stand up to whatever 'hammer' baggage handles through at it.
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