It features a handy front pocket with sections for a laptop, tablet, phone and documents as well as side pockets.A sturdy and dependable investment, Briggs and Riley offers a lifetime guarantee.
Cabin luggage allowances vary from airline to airline, though most major airlines like British Airways and easy Jet allow up to dimensions of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm, so this is the maximum sized case we have reviewed.
However, always check with the specific airline before travelling.
And then there are also ranges of feather-light cases weighing in at under 2kg – ideal if you want to travel light and every gram counts.
For ease of manoeuvrability, all the suitcases we reviewed had wheels and pull handles.
Samsonite has updated its iconic fishbone design and recreated the Cosmolite suitcase in a high-tech, polypropylene material with a fun new colour range.
We particularly liked this striking copper version.
Buy now If you’re looking for a bargain, here it is. Still, despite this simple black cabin case being by far the cheapest we reviewed, it was just as good as many budget bags twice its price.
It has a practical mesh zip section and front pocket for storing travel documents, and a spacious interior (23L).
This is a great budget design for those planning plane-hopping adventures.
With a 31L capacity, four internal and two external pockets, it’s intelligently organised for carrying travel documents and dividing up belongings.
The straightforward two-wheeled design pulled along perfectly adequately and for a suitcase under £30, you really won’t find better. Buy now Tumi’s sleekly designed International carry-on is a great choice for frequent travellers.