Note: Suitcase was provided for review purposes
When it comes to traveling a good suitcase is so important. I recently received a Chester Suitcase for review and have put this suitcase to use with a few road trips and air travel to share what I think and why it’s a hard case carry on that you need to check out.
Best Hard Case Suitcase
There are certain things I look for in a suitcase. I’ve become a fan of a hard shell case, because I like that it’s got some stability to it. The Chester Suitcase Minima Carry on is compact 21.5” x 13.5” x 8.5″ meeting TSA and IATA cabin baggage guidelines and comes in a few different colors, but I opted for the Ocean Blue. I like that it’s a different color making it easier to spot on a conveyor belt.
The inside of the suitcase has 2 sides. Each side has a zipper to keep everything in place and a little extra pouch to store those extra small things. I like that I can zip everything into place and don’t have to worry about half of the things falling out when I open my suitcase.
4 Wheel Suitcases
To me a must is 4 wheels on a suitcase and this one rolls smooth and easy. I also noticed that even with a packed suitcase, I could still get the handle up and down easily from the back. This is also a lightweight carry on, without anything inside it weighs in at 7 lbs, which is awesome.
TSA Approved Suitcase Lock
When it comes to secure I really like the lock on the Chester suitcase. The zippers lock into place on the suitcase and then you can set the code. With the lock being built into the case I like that I don’t have to worry about a key or lock getting tangled or caught, and it’s TSA approved so you’re still compliant.
Overall I’m loving this carry on from Chester Suitcase. Knowing that my belongings are protected from the elements, safe, and compliant while having the space and smooth ride that I need makes this a suitcase that any traveler will see value and investment in making.
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