Antler Suitcase Juno 4-Wheel Case, Large, 110 Liters, Black

Antler Suitcase Juno 4-Wheel Case, Large, 110 Liters, Black

  • Tough Polypropylene material (PP)
  • Fixed TSA comination lock
  • 10 Year Warranty
  • Lightweight locking trolley system with 360 degree rotating wheels
  • Interior pockets and packing straps

Being super strong yet as light as a feather the Juno range from Antler brings a funky and fresh new look to the hard side market. Available in a diverse range of bright and bold colours Juno has been designed to appeal to a wide range of travellers. This 79cm case is the largest case available to the Juno collection and offers a huge 110L capacity making it ideal for longer journeys.Features:Polypropylene construction allows this case to protect your belongings from any knocks.Tough and durableFixed TSA Combination lockTop and side carry handles4 smooth rolling and quiet 360° wheelsAvailable in a range of coloursTelescopic trolley handleInterior pocketPacking strapsSuper lightweight weighing just 4.2kg10 Year Limited Warranty

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3 Replies to “Antler Suitcase Juno 4-Wheel Case, Large, 110 Liters, Black

  1. 67 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    PERFECT cabin bag, 31 Oct. 2015
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    Phoenix

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    I ADORE this case and get loads of compliments on it. I did a lot of research on cabin / carry-on bags before I bought this. If you’re in the early stages – some things to consider. (1) Hard or soft (I’m talking about suitcases, get your mind out of the gutter!) – hard is probably more important for cases that get checked b/c they get banged around more, however I just like the style / look of hard cases. Also, you can ‘overpack’ some soft cases – which may make them larger than the allowable size, but you can’t overpack hard cases. The one drawback of hard cases is the lack of outside pockets – which I really wanted – but since I carry a large purse when I travel, its really not a big deal – the only time when this matters is for those stickler airlines (EasyJet) that only allow 1 carry-on – literally – with no allowance for a purse / computer bag. There are some hard cases out there that are trying out an external pocket (Samsonite), but they seem to take up a lot of the interior space, so I chose to not go that direction. (2) 2 wheels or 4 wheels – most soft cases are 2 wheeled, most hard cases are 4 wheeled. I’d say the only reason to go 2-wheel is if you want the extra space. 2-wheeled bags have the wheels built into the corners of the case, whereas 4-wheeled bags have the wheels sticking out from the end of the bag – so you’d lose about 2-3″ of length. One thing to keep an eye out for – in the description of some bags, the wheels are not always included in the total length (which is dumb) – for example I found out that Delsey doesn’t include the wheels in their length description. Antler does. 4-wheelers are MUCH easier to navigate down narrow spaces, and its much easier to set a second bag on top of it without having it topple off. Another consideration about wheels is how durable they are – this (and the zipper & handle) are probably the components that will go first. The wheels on the Antler seem pretty good, they’re crap on my gravel driveway.. but pretty much all luggage wheels are. (3) Size & weight – best to maximize size for the airlines you’ll be travelling… Some of the cheaper European airlines (EasyJet / Ryanair) require carry-ons to be smaller than many larger / N. American airlines. I found this case to be one of the largest ones out there (largest volume). Most airlines don’t have a weight restriction for cabin bags… but some do – you don’t want your bag to contribute much to the overall weight if this is an issue. (4) Other odds n’ ends that might be important to consider: lock (TSA accessible), adjustable handle, scratch resistance of the case finish (this case has a slight texture & is matte), warranty (Antler provides a 10yr warranty). This bag ticks all the boxes!! I travel a lot by plane & train and this bag has made my travel experiences SO much better in the last 2 months. Plus its red – I love it!!!
    UPDATE: 1 year later and I still LOVE this bag. It does have quite a few scratches on it – but that is pretty unavoidable, and at least they don’t really show b/c the case is matte (I previously had a shiny red case and the scratches went through the red layer and showed silver, so were very noticeable and grubby looking). Everything has held up beautifully – the interior fabric, zips, mesh, pockets, etc. and the main zip and lock – even when I stuff it to its gills! Also, nothing has ever broken inside this case, and even I sometime stow my computer in here (not when checked into the hold obviously, but in other travels). The case also still wheels / glides very nicely – there doesn’t seem to be any loosening in the handle or wheels. The 4-wheel option is DEFINITELY the way to go, I will never go back to 2 wheels. The only drawback to 4 wheels is that the case can roll away if you don’t have it set against something (why don’t they put a simple locking mechanism on the wheel?). But 4 wheels makes the case very easy to navigate in all situations. With 2 wheels, you are forced to tow the bag behind you, but with 4, you have the option of pushing it – which is a lot easier on your shoulder / arm. I’m (still) very happy with this case, I think I will have it for many years to come.
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  2. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great quality, 8 Jun. 2014
    By 
    Matt

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    Great quality, they seem really robust and well finished. They’ve survived a trip away no problem and any scuffs can be rubbed away so no longer visible (unlike black ones etc) – highly recommended!

    The locks are also a great addition normally only found on more expensive cases and save having to re-buy lost locks!

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