Choosing a carry-on luggage can be tricky. You have to pick one that best suits the type of trips you go on and what you will be packing. If you’re going on a business trip, you’ll need something small and has space for your laptop and other work materials. For long haul trips, you might need one that expands in case you need extra space from shopping too much. Whatever your needs are, choose one from the list below and get ready for your next trip.
Keep your clothes organized as this luggage has a garment divider and mesh pockets. The design of this bag has panel designs that mimic the wings of a seagull, apt for your traveling needs. Available at SM Makati.
When buying luggage, I always look for ones with double swivel wheels. This makes it easier to take through the airport, no need to drag it behind you. This carry-on has double wheels, soft grip handle, and TSA locks too. Available at Samsonite, Alabang Town Center.
What’s great about this luggage from Tumi is that it’s expandable so you don’t have to worry too much about packing all the clothes you bought. It also features the Tumi Tracer, which allows you to find lost luggage. Available at Greenbelt 5.
For short business trips Rimowa’s Salsa Deluxe Hybrid Notebook might be what you need. It has a shoulder strap so you can easily carry it around the airport. It has many outer compartments where you can organize papers and small items you might have. The main compartment has a sleeve for a laptop and enough space for extra clothes. Available at Greenbelt 5.
If you’re looking for a carry-on with a soft outer material, try this one from Lipault. It is made of nylon fabric and has a TSA compatible lock for the main compartment. There are two zipper compartments on the inside for smaller items and a pocket in front for items you need easy access to. Available on Zalora.
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