Lite-Biz Spinner Rolling Tote Black

£369.00
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This cabin case is 43x44x23cm & can be taken on board the following airlines

  • British Airways
  • easyJet
  • Finnair
  • Iberia
  • Aegean Airlines
  • Czech Airlines
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El Al, Jet2, Thai Airways

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Made with Curv material: extremely strong, incredibly light.

Made with Curv material: extremely strong, incredibly light.

Dedicated cabin collection which fits a number of airlines' hand luggage dimensions.

Dedicated cabin collection which fits a number of airlines' hand luggage dimensions.

Fully featured front pocket designed to offer great access to travel documents, business and personal belongings

Fully featured front pocket designed to offer great access to travel documents, business and personal belongings

Product info

Model Rolling laptop bag
Colour Black
Material 100% Curv® material by Propex in Germany
Dimensions 43.0 x 44.0 x 23.0 cm
Max. laptop size 4.0 x 37.0 x 27.0 cm (⌀ 39.6 cm)
Volume 30.0 L
Weight 2.6 kg
Warranty Limited 10 year global warranty
SKU 62135-1041

Details

Exterior
Material Info Made with the revolutionary Curv® technology*. This is an advanced impact-resistant, lightweight material. Curv® is known for its high energy absorption, outstanding impact performance, especially at low temperatures. *Curv® is a registered US trademark of Propex Operating Company, LLC.
Lock Fully integrated combilock with TSA function for secure travel to the USA.
Zippers Lockable and protected zippers with nicely integrated stitching details. Internal leather zipper pullers.
Handles Top carry handle for easy grip and easy lifting.
Wheel Handle Double tube wheel handle to adjust comfortably to travellers of any height.
Wheels Type Comfortable, double wheels for effortless maneuverability and smooth rolling.
Wheels 4 wheels
Exterior pockets A practical velcro ticket pocket.
Smart Sleeve Neoprene padded smart sleeve.
Cabin Luggage Cabin baggage meets the IATA recommendations and can be taken on board an aircraft. We recommend checking with your airline for the latest cabin luggage allowance.
Address Tag Integrated ID tag on wheel handle.
Interior
Bottom compartment Bottom compartment with ribbons and one elastic side pocket.
Top compartment Top compartment with fully lined divider pad and a zipper closed mesh pouch.
Divider Pad Multipurpose divider in main compartment.
Ribbons Butterfly cross straps in the bottom compartment to secure packed items and reduce wrinkling.
Laptop compartment Removable laptop compartment with carry handles,
Interior Laptop Bag Removable
Laptop Screen Size 15.6"
Tablet Pocket Padded tablet compartment.
Document compartment Yes
Phone Pocket Yes
Pen loops Yes
Credit card slot Yes

About the collection

Lite-Biz is Samsonite’s first Curv collection with a front pocket. This dedicated cabin collection is designed to offer immediate access to travel documents, business and personal belongings at the security check-point and whilst on the move. Lite-Biz combines striking design appeal with extreme strength and lightness. The collection comes in 4 highly practical models with a fully recessed front pocket, combining the best of features and components.
Lite-Biz Spinner Rolling Tote Black is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lovely bag, really practical Really good wuality bag, love the front pocket for all my important bits, laptop in the middle and cables etc at the back. I am airline crew so I even fit my cabin shoes and inflight jacket at the back.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from bof bof Too large for a flight case, too small for a suitcase If a pocket is slightly too full, it will interfere with the others Unable to lock the back pocket !!! Seems to be a good quality product, just hope it will last long
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A mind of its own!!! Sadly, I'm not very happy with the case. I thought it would be good to have 4 wheels - but it makes the case a nuisance. When on a train for example - I have to keep hold of the case as any slight movement and the case 'free rolls' so quickly. When I used the case a couple of days ago - this happened and it ran into the persons legs opposite me. As you can imagine it did not make me very popular! So any jolt or movement and it's off making a bid for freedom!! I live on a hill also and when I get the case out off the boot of my car I have to hang on to it with one hand whilst closing the boot. If I don't do this it rolls off down the hill. I also think the way the main part of the case opens is awkward. On the plus side it's quite an attractive looking case.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poorly Designed, Not Suitable for Purpose I frequently fly between the UK and the US, and I often travel by train. I've been searching for a couple of years now for that "just right" onboard case that will protect the laptop and also give me enough space for papers, books, electronics, files. I bought the "Lite-Biz Spinner Rolling Tote" in September 2016. I've used it four times. I disliked it so much I wanted to return it after one trip.. The only redeeming feature this suitcase has is the 360 spinning wheels. They work quite well, very smoothly. I'm really pleased with the wheels. Samsonite gets two stars for the wheels. Everything else about this tote is awful. 1) What bright spark thought up the idea of having part of it opening one direction and the other part opening at a right angle? Try standing in line at an airport with a TSA agent breathing down your neck to open it up. I guarantee you won't get it right the first time. Heck, I didn't get it right until the fourth try! 2) The locking "feature" is fiddly. Really fiddly. Time-consumingly fiddly. I quickly learned to detest the Samsonite security system. I detest it so much I don't use it, thereby defeating the purpose. 3) Let's look at the computer section: the hook-eye strap to secure the computer is just right. On the side opposite the computer slot - no straps, no snaps, no zippers, nothing to hold things in place, just a large open pocket. Go back to my first item on this list - stand at the security line, open the Eclipse the wrong way, and watch as your small items - the phone, the travel charger, the MP3 player, the portable hard-drive - all slide out and onto the floor. 4) Let's look at the other large section, presumably for file-folders, clothes, whatever. Since this section contains the handle the space is already compromised - wouldn't it have been ideal to put small snapped or zippered pockets between the "rails" of the telescoping handle? That would've been a good idea. Still, I guess it can be worked around. But even worse than wasted space - no straps! No zippers, no way to secure items in this section. Go back to my first item on this list - stand at the security line, open the Eclipse the wrong way, and watch as your small items - paperback book, toiletry pouch, address book, calendar, folder, change of clothes - all slide out and onto the floor. 5) The after-thought outer section is... adequate. But it too needs snaps, straps or something internally to secure small items. I did a lot of research before I chose this tote. I couldn't find reviews, presumably because it's relatively new. I took a chance, knowing it was a gamble without seeing one "for real." Now I've spent hundreds of pounds on a suitcase I hate. There are two items at the bottom of this review: one asks about the "appearance" of the item, the other asks about the "size" of the item. Yes, from the outside, it looks quite smart. Size is a problem: on some of the smaller turbo-prop jets and commuter flights the bag is a little too large for the overhead compartments, and the flight crew will make you take it back out to be put in the hold. So in terms of size, this bag is not very practical: too big in many cases to work as an on-board tote, too small to carry much of what you need. A good question would be: "Is the product suitable for purpose?" The resounding answer is - nope. I cannot recommend this suitcase to anyone.
Date published: 2017-02-07
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Hello Does the front "tablet-pocket" also have enough space for a laptop and charger? Say MacBook Air or similar. In the video it would suggest that there is enough space, but no Samsonite shops stock this product in Estonia so no opportunity to try

Asked by: Toomas
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