Safari Suitcases: Every Traveler’s Vital Companion
Every journey entices travelers with thrills, the promise of adventure, and the opportunity for discovery. Every journey begins, however, at home with a suitcase. For most travelers, the key part of any journey is having a good suitcase-one that is durable and can handle various tough conditions while protecting the contents packed within. The suitcase should make sure to alleviate any strain in movement the traveler may have in transporting it. Suitcases are in a sense the foundation of the journey. We recommend Safari suitcases for their proven endurance, travel-friendly and innovative design, and superior craftsmanship.
Few things to keep in mind before buying a Safari suitcase
It is important to first understand what type of suitcases are available. Safari suitcases essentially come in two types - Check In and Cabin Baggage. The main difference between the two types of suitcases is storage capacity and space. The capacity permitted in most flights for cabin bags range between eight to ten kilograms, whereas check in bags can range anywhere between twenty-five to thirty-two kilograms. The net capacity for an average cabin suitcase like the Safari Flipper Expandable cabin suitcase is thirty-three liters approximately, the net capacity for an average check in suitcase like the Safari Korrekt Expandable check in suitcase is seventy-nine liters approximately.
A key feature to keep in mind when buying a suitcase is the body. Safari suitcases come in both hard and soft body types. Here are some key features of both types.
Hard Shell Suitcases - Hard shell suitcases are commonly designed to be more durable. The body of hard shell suitcases are usually made of polycarbonate and are preferred by travelers who prefer durability over flexibility. Hard shell suitcases can be handled rougher than their softshell counterparts but have a lower lifespan and limit storage flexibility. Hard shell suitcases also offer more variety in color, making them eye catching accessories. We recommend looking models like the Safari TRAFFIK Anti-Scratch check in suitcase for durable, anti scratch hard shell suitcases.
Soft Shell Suitcases - Soft shell suitcases are commonly designed with flexibility in mind. They are easier to fit into confined spaces, have a higher storage capacity, and have a higher lifespan than the hard shell suitcases. Although limited in color and less durable to rougher handling, soft bodied suitcases are by no means weak or flimsy. The soft shell suitcases are also easier to grip if the need to carry the suitcase arises. Models like the Safari Hush Expandable cabin bags are great examples of long lasting soft shell suitcases.
Another key feature to keep in mind is the number of wheels the suitcase has. Most suitcases come with two to four wheels and are designed with traveler convenience in mind. The important thing to remember when it comes to wheels is mobility. Two wheel suitcases have standard mobility and can be easy to maneuver lightweight luggage as it can be balanced with ease and either dragged or flipped without much trouble. Four wheel suitcases have a three hundred and sixty-degree axis and are preferred when handling heavier luggage as it eases maneuverability in crowded areas like airports and train stations. We highly recommend the Safari Victory Expandable check in suitcase for easy to handle two wheel suitcases and the Safari FLORITE 4W-55 Expandable cabin suitcase for highly maneuverable four wheel suitcases.
In a world where access is key, prospective clients can buy safari suitcases online . To ensure a pocket-friendly travel experience Safari Suitcases prices are affordable.