Now that Easter is over, we may begin to think about getaways or trips to rest from routine and work. And although, in the case of going away for a weekend or a few days, many of us are in favor of taking a backpack, cabin suitcases can be a great alternative.
Cabin suitcases have the main characteristic of being small or medium size, since they must be able to be placed in the luggage racks of the plane. These allow you to store enough for quick getaways without having to carry a great weight on your back.
At ConsumptionClaro, we recommend some models of cabin luggage for your future trips.
A “small” size cabin suitcase that has a USB connection to charge the mobile from it to facilitate long waits at airports or train stations. It is a rigid, yet lightweight suitcase that includes a three-digit TSA security system.
Among the most striking features of this model is the ability to expand the useful space of the suitcase by 35%. It complies with the hand luggage regulations of EasyJet, Iberia, Ryanair and other companies.
If we are looking for a cabin suitcase that is useful and functional, but that does not escape our budget, then Alexander Milano may be the best option.
It is a 52-litre capacity suitcase with a telescopic aluminum handle and a three-digit numerical padlock. In addition to, according to the manufacturer, this. accepted to carry in the cabin on EasyJet, Iberia, Air Europa, Norwegian, Lufthansa, etc. The material is waterproof and the wheels turn in all directions.
Suitcases, for many, can be expensive, but the reality is that the differences between a model of 50 or 60 euros and one over 100 are quite a lot, especially in terms of quality. American Tourister is one of the great brands and ensures us a suitcase that, as soon as we take care of it, will last us many years.
This suitcase, available in eight colours, has a capacity of 41 liters and a three-digit TSA lock to close it securely. It is made of polypropylene, which is not only a very resistant cover, but it is also really light (2.6 kilograms) and has 360º rotating wheels.
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