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CabinZero: The Ideal Travel Backpack

 

For the past two months, I switched to a new travel backpack buddy which surprised me and made my life easier.

CabinZero’s 28L (600 grams) cabin sized bag did wonders but first let me share how I picked it. Well, I was honestly contemplating between 44L(760 grams) and 36L(700 grams) but 44L looks too big for my size. While the newest size of 36L might be perfect for the 7.5kg carry on allowance, the color I was eyeing wasn’t available. Hence, the Royal Blue Classic 28L choice it is!


It is the smaller version of the ultra-light cabin and travel bag line of CabinZero which was first introduced in 44L. It has a dimension of 39 x 29.5 x 20 cm which fits perfectly in the overhead cabin. This classic version consists with lockable zippers on the main compartment, compression straps, oversized padded straps with air mesh, front sipped pocket, inside zipped and mesh pockets, and top and side handles. Its composition and outer lining is waterproof polyester while the inner ones are just are simply polyester. All of these including under a 10-year warranty and the highlight for me is their built in Global Luggage Tracker, powered by Okoban. So for instances when you’ve checked in and it reached to another route, you can easily track the baggage and confirm with your airline. Just make sure you have registered online immediately after receiving your purchase!




When I received it, I first noted how I liked the zippers because it looks durable and their oversized padded straps because when travelling and tired catching the bus or a red-eye flight, you need so much support and comfort from the bag strap carrying the weight of your luggage. Also, there is an option to lift it instead, top and side, when your shoulders are too tired or when placing it under the scanners at the airport.



First used it in 3-day trip in Masbate, Philippines, it looked smaller than my friends 44L Classic but it was just perfect enough for my belongings. In fact, I have extra space for souvenirs and the like.


The second time I used it is during my 10-day birthday trip in Kuala Lumpur-Langkawi-Penang, Malaysia. I was quite hesitant to use it because I thought it would not be able to carry a 10-day worth of luggage. But I needed a bag that would be good as a carry on only since my goal is not to buy a check-in allowance. So I tried packing as light as possible. And since my clothes are relatively smaller and I was going in the islands mostly, I included just numerous summer dresses, shorts, bikinis, and blouses. While packing, I like how the mesh/zipped smaller pockets and inner large unzipped pocket seem like to have organized my belongings. Not only did I successfully pack my 10-day worth of luggage in a 28L successfully, I also saved myself from being barred at the airport officials to check the weight of my backpack and camera bag because the CabinZero is smaller!


I also used it for an overnight team building trip and a weekend staycation in Metro Manila. From using it for short trips to longer trips fascinated how easy it is to use and how I was able to maximize its use.



For more information about their bags and their other products, visit their website CabinZero.com or reach them at Instagram @cabinzero. Get discount while buying at their website using the coupon code: CZELAL.
 



Elal of The Shades of Grey Travel and Photography
Elal is a traveler, student of life and photography enthusiast who wants to experience and capture what is raved and not raved about. For more about her travels, subscribe here, email at elal.lasola@gmail.com, or visit her portfolio.

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