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Product code: 1-10429
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Standard UK Mainland Delivery is within 5-15 Working Days. UK highlands and Islands may take an additional 1-2 working days.
Our standard UK delivery charge is based on the value of your order, as below:
Our standard UK Highlands & Islands delivery charge is based on the value of your order, as below:
Channel Islands/BFPO Addresses - At this time we regret that we do not deliver to these addresses.
Some products have an extended delivery time as they are delivered direct from the manufacturer and may have an additional delivery charge. This will be indicated on the delivery guide per product and may take up to 14 working days to deliver
Every possible effort will be made to deliver your order within the delivery lead times advised; however in the rare event that we are unable to do so, we will notify you at the earliest opportunity.
When selecting luggage, you ought to consider the mode of transportation by which you will be travelling, along with security and handling issues.
Hard-sided suitcases are generally constructed from ABS, polypropylene or polycarbonate. They are great for those who like to open the suitcase to find everything as it was packed. Hard-sided suitcases are very strong and provide the highest level of protection from damage.
Soft-sided suitcases are generally constructed from polyester, nylon or both. They are easy to store flat and out of the way until departure. Most soft-sided suitcases come with expandable zips to open up for extra space on the journey home.
Can refer to two-wheel (rolling) or four-wheel (upright) luggage.
2-Wheel luggage typically has two fixed wheels, which helps to make it easier to manoeuvre around corners. Sometimes has a telescopic handle.
4-Wheel luggage uses an extended handle to help the user to pull the suitcase in an upright position. This means that the weight of the luggage is supported by the four wheels and not the user.
Cabin luggage can also be known as carry-on luggage. We recommend a maximum of 19 inches in size for cabin luggage, but it is always best to check with your airline before you travel. With the heightened security currently being enforced at airports, there are restrictions in place for what you can take on board the aircraft in your cabin luggage. You can check the latest guidelines here: Government's hand luggage restrictions.
Capacity measurements are for the main compartment size of the case and are measured in litres. It is used to help compare different suitcase sizes, as it is hard to visualise the internal space.
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