The World’s Lightest Suitcase Sells over 1.7 Million Cases
bagsetc.co.uk has announced that sales of their World’s Lightest collection from it luggage™ are booming as more and more airlines introduce luggage restrictions.
The World's Lightest range has now sold over 1.7 million cases worldwide as travellers become increasingly aware of the benefits of travelling light, without compromising on quality or style.
Unique design and aircraft grade materials dramatically reduce the weight of the World’s lightest collection without compromising strength and stability – and what’s more it’s getting lighter thanks to constant innovation and development.
The 16 inch cabin luggage from the World’s Lightest collection is one of the best onboard cases with exterior dimensions of 46cm x 31.5cm x 18.5cm. It easily fits Ryanair and EasyJet’s onboard cabin restrictions.
But while other suitcases are the right size, once loaded with clothes and travel accessories they are far too heavy to make it onboard and have to be checked into the hold regardless.
The 26 inch World’s Lightest case is by far the most popular in store when it comes to checked in luggage weighing 1.95kg; with the 30 inch in the World’s Lightest collection weighing just 2.17kg and being the most popular case bought online.
bagsetc.co.uk stocks the full World’s Lightest collection, maximising the amount of weight you can carry without the case taking up valuable kilograms.
Jeff Coulthard from . bagsetc.co.uk comments;
“Over the last few months we have seen a significant increase in the number of sales of our World’s Lightest collection. Everyone knows that airlines are struggling as a result of higher fuel costs and one of the ways they are looking to increase profits is to place restrictions on luggage – so that travellers have to pay for extra luggage costs each time they fly. At the same time travellers are increasingly looking to save money when they do travel – with more and more looking to travel with just cabin luggage to save on any extra charges that budget airlines like Ryanair and easyJet like to add.
“Travellers are slowly waking up to the fact that when they go away and are looking to travel light, the weight of their cabin luggage can make a big difference. Ryanair for example has a very tight cabin luggage policy of just 10kg, so the weight of your empty cabin luggage will affect what can be packed”
The other advantage of course to travelling with a lighter case is the fact that it is easier to carry, pull and lift. So if you are looking to buy a number of suitcases for your travels, remember to think light and opt for the World’s Lightest collection wherever possible.
Notes to Editors:
Bags etc have stores across the UK with an online shop. All our World's Lightest cases come with a 10 year warranty with every case being quality inspected.