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18" carry-on roller bag

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Yada Yada

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Has anyone purchased one of these from the QFF/3P-Marketing online store?

https://secured.3pmarketing.com.au/qantas/QFF-SmartPackLuggage-18RollerPack.aspx



If so, is it any good?
 

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I don't have the roller, bag but I do have the Smartpack Flight Pack. Its good enough as a bag I suppose. Don't get too excited about the shirt frame thing though, you can fold your shirts up that way and have the same effect.
 

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I only noticed because my preferred carryon is about the same size and I've been watching closely the UK rules for my upcoming travel. Given the complexity of the itinerary I'd rather not check bags unless I really, really have to.
 
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Kiwi Flyer said:
I only noticed because my preferred carryon is about the same size and I've been watching closely the UK rules for my upcoming travel. Given the complexity of the itinerary I'd rather not check bags unless I really, really have to.
Hey Kiwi,
I guess you know they're relaxing the restrictions in the UK next week.

:)
 

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clifford said:
Hey Kiwi,
I guess you know they're relaxing the restrictions in the UK next week.

:)

I know they've announced they will be talking about relaxing them from next weekend. Fingers crossed it happens (will be in the nick of time) and that it isnt a 3rd different size limit, thus requiring purchase of another carry on.
 

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Kiwi Flyer said:
I know they've announced they will be talking about relaxing them from next weekend. Fingers crossed it happens (will be in the nick of time) and that it isnt a 3rd different size limit, thus requiring purchase of another carry on.
I am travelling to LHR arriving 1 Oct (courtesy of SQ C class). I have decided not to take any checked bags (as they will inevitably be delayed /lost at Heathrow), so I will be limited to something unbelievably small too.

Thankfully not staying in the UK very long, flying to France within a few days. If needs be, I'll buy some clothes and a new bag there (quite a civilised place, really).

If our paths cross, perhaps I could buy you a Dom somewhere.

:)
 
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