Cabin Zero Travel Bag Review #mycabinzero

We do a fair bit of travelling and have been looking for the perfect weekend bag that can carry everything we need so we don’t have to continually get suitcases out of the loft.

Being a family travelling as a group of five, finding the right bag was no easy task. The bag needed to be light-weight, multi-functional, compact, easy to carry but also durable and sturdy.

Let me introduce you to Cabin Zero!

Cabin Zero

This bag is their ‘Classic’ – an ultra-light cabin and travel bag which has a large 44 litre capacity. The bag also features side compression straps, top and side handles, a front zipped pocket and an inside zipped and mesh pocket.

Cabin Zero

The bag is deceptively large, opens out like a case for easy packing and can easily fit in everything all five of us need for a weekend away and the external straps tighten the load to help hold everything in place.

Cabin Zero

The zips are strong and secure and I love that the bag can be carried in three different ways; as a backpack, like a case using the side handle or like a bag using the top handle.

Cabin Zero

Our Cabin Zero bag has already travelled all across the UK with us several times this year and last month it came to Florida too. We didn’t need it on the way out, so packed it one of the cases but on our return we used it to bring back souvenirs and our jumpers for when we got back to the UK.

Cabin Zero

I was worried it would be too big to carry on to the plane, but it really is the perfect sized cabin bag!

Cabin Zero

It is British-made, for those that like to support home-grown businesses and comes with a 25 year warranty, when registered online too!

If Samui blue isn’t your colour don’t panic, it comes in a huge range of colours including camo, denim, black, pink and green. They are also do 28L and 36L bags if you want a smaller cabin bag.

Cabin Zero

Cabin Zero have also introduced packing cubesย which are perfectly sized to fit inside the 44L bags, which can be used to organise your clothes neatly and efficiently.

Cabin Zero have offered my readers a 10% discount by using the promotion
code:ย CZAREWENEARLYTHEREYET –ย Simply head over to their shop and enter the code at the checkout.


14 thoughts on “Cabin Zero Travel Bag Review #mycabinzero

  1. I’ve heard of cabin zero before, but have never purchased any of their bags, I think I just might, especially since I’ve been looking for a backpack to carry around when we travel too and looks like this one definitely foots the bill ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I have been looking at getting one of these bags for agessss, as you know how much travelling I do ๐Ÿ˜‰ (hence the name of the blog Always Carry On haha), and that blue colour is gorgeous x

  3. That looks like a great bag! How does it feel fully loaded? The lack of a hip belt on such a high capacity bag would worry me. When I was testing and reviewing for my site, I did find quite a few good options (and I noticed that turquoise/teal/aqua is very popular for backpacks this year!!!).

    1. It felt fine but what we had in it was bulky, if not particularly heavy. Will report back when it I test it for the weight

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