Spend €20 get one token. Ten tokens gets you the discount. Starts June 4th.
Thanks, I'm off on my holidays in July so this will come in useful!
Which ones are 'Ryanair carry on' friendly?
The bags are made by the same company that make the Swiss Army Knives
has Arsene got his yet? he could be packing his bags soon
We get these in work (backpacks) and they are quality, best backpack i've ever had.
Seems to be a different range online to those in the offer... http://www.wengerna.com/luggage . I'm wondering if the cabin bag fits Ryanair.
Not sure if it is same for Ireland but you can get some more info from Tesco Direct HERE
When they were doing the pots and pans I had racked up a load of vouchers but don't recall ever been offered them for the glass ware promo... wasn't interested anyway
Will definitely be in for these. I have a Wenger laptop backpack and a wheelie cabin case and both are very nice. The backpack is going years!
I did measurements at the time for wheelie and it was fine for Ryanair - think the 18" would be equivalent and should be good. I got mine on the Amazon lightening deals last year for around £55 so getting it now for €35.99 would be great deal.
I'm a Ryanair regular so I have the cabin bag dimensions etched in my memory permanently! (Otherwise it could cost me €50)
The Ryanair cabin bag maximum dimensions are ..... 55cm x 40cm x 20cm.
So when standing on its wheels the bag has to be no more than 55cm in height, 40cm in width and 20 cm deep.
Tesco UK site has following dimensions:
Product Height 460.0 MM
Product Width 340.0 MM
Product Depth 220.0 MM
Depth is a little over; but never met an air hostess that complained that it was too deep by 2CM
It has a soft front pocket, put nothing into it and I'd say the depth might be ok: http://www.tesco.com/direct/wenger-18-trolley/770-9172.prd
Lidl will have this case next week at €40, just €4 more, no tokens and it looks better quality.
Although its 5cm too deep, the zipper section might squeeze a bit to fit: http://www.lidl.ie/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_ri_ie/hs.xsl/index_21513.htm
I really cant see Lidl having better quality than wenger.... I have stuff from them and its super quality
I'm sure Wenger is great quality. When I say better quality, I mean it has more features. The Lidl cases wheels are multi-direction, it has increased capacity at 35 ltrs and a TSA compatible combination lock, so USA ready. Also polycarbonate hard case luggage costs more than soft, it's considered superior, because it offers better protection.