Kent (PRWEB UK) 17 September 2012
As customers start planning ahead for holidays, the decision of whether to have a Hard-sided or soft-sided luggage can be time consuming. With the tips given below the decision may be a little less nerve-racking.
Hard-Side or Hard-shell
o Manufactured from Polycarbonate or other hard plastic material
o Sleek , stylish and clean looking
o Closes with a zip or 3 way locking system or TSA combination lock
o Usually easy to clean with just warm soapy water and a clean cloth
o Extreme protection especially for more fragile items
o Hard wearing
o Waterproof so there isn’t the worry of getting stuck in wet weather
o May sometimes crack easily but usually on the cheaper versions
o Not expandable which can sometimes be a disadvantage depending on passenger's needs
o Usually no external pockets for easy access to little necessities
o Manufactured from fabric which is nylon or polyester or leather
o Expandable but can be over packed sometimes if you get carried away
o Usually more colour options available
o External pocket or generally more pockets which really helps for quick access to papers etc.
o More design/pattern options
o Can tend to show wear quicker
o Can possibly tear if it is mishandled or get caught on something sharp.
o Usually closes with a zip and some may have TSA combination locks
Trina Chee-a-kwai, Marketing Executive at Luggage Superstore says: “Our customer service team is always keen to offer advice to help anyone who may be confused or having difficulties in choosing luggage. We would actually like to encourage customers to contact us."
The team at Luggage Superstore welcomes any queries about choosing any luggage and all the contact information is below.
Luggage Superstore established site is in West Kingsdown, Kent. Their aim is providing competitive prices of the highest quality luggage and top calibre Customer Service for online luggage shopping.