Welcome to spinnerluggage.co.uk. We feature a wide range of spinner cases and other styles of spinner luggage for your travelling needs. below is a list of spinner suitcases from top-notch luggage brands and a buying guide to help you pick the right suitcase
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A Buyers Guide To Choosing A Spinner Suitcase
There is no one-size-fits-all suitcase, and there will be a few considerations to make when purchasing a Spinner Case.
Spinner Suitcase Size
Case size ultimately depends on two factors.
Do you want me to carry your case with you? How many belongings do you want to take with you?
How many belongings do you want to take with you on your trip?
If you want a carry-on case that will go in the overhead lockers, then you must get a cabin size suitcase. They will hold a small amount of clothing and items like your laptop and tablet.
For longer trips, you will want medium, large or extra-large size spinner case medium spinner cases.
- Small/Cabin suitcases are 56cm long or smaller and have a capacity of around 40 litres.
- Medium spinner cases are around 67 cm long with a capacity of around 80 litres.
- Large spinner cases are around 75cm long with a capacity of around 100 litres.
- Extra-large spinner cases are around 81cm long with a capacity of around 140 litres.
All cases featured on this website will give you the full dimensions WxHxD, capacity in litres and weight in kilos.
Spinner Suitcase Material Softsided Or Hard Sided?
Soft-sided cases are built around a frame with a soft material. They are generally lighter than hard-sided cases and have exterior pockets, which make them more convenient.
Hard-sided cases usually have a moulded shell. Although some are built around frames, they are stronger and will take more punishment than soft-sided cases giving your belongings better protection. They also have the advantage of being easier to clean.
Both soft-sided and hard-sided cases are made from a range of materials. All product descriptions will state the exact materials used for each case.
Spinner Suitcase Security
Generally, all spinner cases are double zipped and can be locked with a padlock by joining the two zips together and padlocking them; padlocks can either be key or combination.
Some cases have built-in combination locks, which are more convenient than padlocks as they will never get lost.
TSA Locks enable your luggage to be opened by airport security using a special key. This prevents the possibility of your luggage being damaged if airport security decides to inspect your contents. TSA locks can be standard padlocks or built-in combination locks. The TSA system is used in America, Canada, Finland, Denmark, The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Israel, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand.
Some cases have additional clip style locks which keep the top, bottom, and sides held securely together when the case is locked, ensuring the case cannot be prised open in any way.
Spinner Suitcase Wheels
Double wheeled cases have two single directional wheels and 2 feet. They can be pulled but can, at times, be tricky to manoeuvre. Spinner cases have 4 x
Spinner cases have 4 x 360-degree wheels which will rotate in any direction. As a result, spinner cases are easier to pull than the traditional two-wheeled cases and don’t have to be pulled onto two wheels when in use and put down when not in use which can be a pin when the case is heavy.
Spinner Suitcase Prices
Spinner cases start from as little as £80 and go all the way up to £1000 for the top end brands.