ShaneU Registered User
#1

Spend €20 get one token. Ten tokens gets you the discount. Starts June 4th.

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#2

Thanks, I'm off on my holidays in July so this will come in useful!

Pique Registered User
#3

Which ones are 'Ryanair carry on' friendly?

davidsatelle100 Registered User
#4

Pique said:
Which ones are 'Ryanair carry on' friendly?


the wash bag, Maybe

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laros Registered User
#5

The bags are made by the same company that make the Swiss Army Knives

http://www.wengerna.com/

the groutch Registered User
#6

has Arsene got his yet? he could be packing his bags soon

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scudzilla Registered User
#7

We get these in work (backpacks) and they are quality, best backpack i've ever had.

Atlantic Dawn Registered User
#8

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.

sk282 Registered User
#9

Not sure if it is same for Ireland but you can get some more info from Tesco Direct HERE

paddydriver Registered User
#10

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.

Oracle Registered User
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Atlantic Dawn said:
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.


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.

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paddydriver Registered User
#12

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

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Oracle Registered User
#13

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

#14

I really cant see Lidl having better quality than wenger.... I have stuff from them and its super quality

Oracle Registered User
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Typhoon. said:
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.

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