If you’re heading off on your travels this summer, take a peek at these fun and funky travel cases!
Give your travel a taste of the tropics with this 4-Wheel Hawaiian Leaf Large Suitcase by Myleene Klass. Strong yet lightweight, its polycarbonate case keeps your valuables well protected. With height adjustable handle and external zip locking security.
Now this is just perfect for the kids! Ideal for keeping them entertained its multi-functional strap allows parent to tow tired children on their luggage or conveniently carry over the shoulder. Lightweight and durable.
We love the heart details of this sturdy cabin case from Next. Single expander provides an additional 25% extra space for your personal belongings. Packing Capacity: 34 litres.
This Batman scooter, suitcase combo may seem a bit pricey, but you do get a suitcase and a scooter all rolled into one!
Stay organised whilst trotting the globe with this leather passport holder. Cotton lined and featuring card slots to keep all your essentials in one place.
Heading off to Disney this summer? Then why not pay homage to Mickey with this light cabin case which incorporates elastic fastening tapes plus a small pocket in one compartment, and a zipper net separator in the other.
Upgrade your suitcase to first class with this Getaway luggage tag with super cool ‘I’m Outta Here!’ design.
Stand out from the crowd with this black monogram personalised suitcase featuring your initials. Available in three sizes; cabin, medium and large.
Made from lightweight and durable materials, this travel bag is waterproof and has many multi-purpose pockets and compartments hidden inside. It can be completely rolled out flat ready for you to put your suit or dress safely inside for wrinkle-free journeys.
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