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Highly practical and robust, the Trade Luggage Power from Herschel is constructed from a polycarbonate shell, and is laden with features. The TSA approved lock will allay any security concerns, the high spec wheels will keep you rolling no matter how far away the air gate may be, and the integrated battery will keep all your devices topped up with power through any delay. A must-have for frequent flyers.

PLEASE NOTE

This product can only be shipped to UK and European destinations, via road freight.

£130.00

Herschel Trade Luggage Power Small - Black

Herschel Trade Luggage Power Small - Black

Regular Price: £260.00

Special Price Excl vat £108.33 Incl. Tax: £130.00

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Product Description Sku: 10505-02250-OS-SALE

Highly practical and robust, the Trade Luggage Power from Herschel is constructed from a polycarbonate shell, and is laden with features. The TSA approved lock will allay any security concerns, the high spec wheels will keep you rolling no matter how far away the air gate may be, and the integrated battery will keep all your devices topped up with power through any delay. A must-have for frequent flyers.

PLEASE NOTE

This product can only be shipped to UK and European destinations, via road freight.

  • Suitable for carry-on luggage with most airlines
  • Integrated, removable 5000mAh battery and charging cable
  • TSA approved lock
  • 3-stage retractable trolley handle
  • Multi-directional Honimoto dual castor wheels
  • 40 litre capacity
  • UPC 828432209705
  • EAN 828432209705
  • Capacity (Litres) 40
  • Length (cm) 58.5
  • Width (cm) 38.5
  • Depth (cm) 23

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