£200.00

 £200.00

 £200.00

Product Code: 66110092

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The Rolling Thunder Large is a 120 litre capacity roller luggage duffel, allowing you to pack generously for extended adventures. The G-cart frame and aluminium chassis add structure and re-inforcement and the durable custom wheels make for smooth wheeling. A useful configuration of compartments, pockets and sleeves allows you to pack and organise all of your gear.

 


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Product Features

  • Weight: 5275g
  • Capacity: 120 Litres
  • Tough PVC tarpaulin material
  • Large main compartment with internal compression straps and zippered mesh pocket
  • Separate end compartment with internal padded sleeve and zippered mesh pocket
  • End pocket fits passport
  • Protective skid rails
  • Bottom, top and side carry handles
  • Business card window
  • Durable custom wheels and housing

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Essentially a strong bag but flawed in three areas
Reviewed By Jonathan, 16 Mar 2013

Robust material construction but flawed in three areas.

The internal frame of this bag has the ability to pack down smaller at the wheel end for when you have less gear inside, however when you do this it results in a sharp edge along the hinge which, in my case, has poked through the lining of the bag. The lining should be reinforced on the inside to stop this.

Also with the frame, when you increase the volume of the bag the internal metal side struts are difficult to slot into the main tubular frame and often come out when the bag is in use which causes the bag to loose shape and provide less protection of the contents.

Finally, after only 2 uses the shiny grey lettering began to peel off and it now looks decidedly tatty.

Not worth £200.

p.s. bag bought in 2010

 

 

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