Paklite unveils new frequent traveller luggage ranges

By Chris Chamberlin , June 17 2014
Paklite unveils new frequent traveller luggage ranges

Paklite’s new Cyborg, Featherweight and Jet-Lite ranges hit the shelves this month, with designs that are both lightweight and durable for frequent business travellers.

For tough cases, look no further than Cyborg – its medium and large hard-sided cases are perfect for housing those extra gifts and purchases, with 20% more capacity upon expansion.

The range features natural organic lines for aesthetic appeal and a lightweight aluminium multi-stage trolley handle for convenience.

With a choice of lightweight polycarbonate composite in Carbon Grey, Devil Red and Cobalt Blue, the bags come with four wheels – perfect for those long airport lines.

RRP: $199 (small) $249 (medium) $279 (large).

The Featherweight line instead goes with a micro-weave rip-stop fabric, designed for maximum strength and durability while remaining among the lightest options on the market.

A PVC scuff guard on the back and base also serves to protect the bag from check-in to the baggage carousel.

At the top end is a 3.4kg ‘large’ case, while all sizes come in classic and bold colours – Black, Shiraz Red and Fuchsia.

RRP: $179 (small) $199 (medium) $229 (large).

Tired of looking at ubiquitous black luggage on every airport carousel, using the luggage straps or tags to identify your own?

Lose the ribbon with modern Jet-Lite Carbon Grey, Gold Dust or Imperial Purple metallic finish bags.

In addition to its sleek, contemporary design, Jet-Lite comes with TSA security combination locks for easy travel within the United States.

Made from 100% polycarbonate – used to make bulletproof glass – the manufacturer is confident that your contents will arrive safely at the other end.

RRP: $299 (small) $329 (medium) $359 (large).

Cyborg, Featherweight and Jet-Lite will be on shelves this month in selected major retailers nationally, including David Jones, Strandbags and Carry On.

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Chris Chamberlin

Chris Chamberlin is the Associate Editor of Executive Traveller, and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins not just with a single step, but also a strong latte, a theatre ticket, and later in the day, a good gin and tonic.


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