Cabin Max Palermo: The problem of packing hand luggage with liquids has been solved
We all face that dreaded moment in the airport when you have to take out your liquids at security. You find yourself forcing your toiletries into the smallest of transparent bags of which you had to pay £1 to buy. ‘I wonder why they come in pairs’ you ask as your sun lotion for the week tears a hole in the bottom of the bag.
It’s inconvenient. It’s frustrating. It’s a nightmare.
Having experienced this ourselves, the design team at Cabin Max have developed a new bag that comes with an integrated toiletry case, removing the unnecessary tussle with a plastic bag and frantic search for a pound coin among your foreign currency.
The Palermo, with its dimensions of 55x40x20cm, fits within hand luggage restrictions for Easyjet, Ryanair and Jet2. Now, with its detachable toiletry bag, the Palermo carry on goes further than any other cabin bag to ensure an easy check in and swift security check.
The toiletry bag fits within the IATA recommended dimensions of 20x20x5cm. It’s been made with a durable transparent plastic with zip fasten, meaning it can be used time and time again. With a plastic loop, the bag can be clipped inside the Palermo at the top, making it easily accessible and reducing time at security.
Remove the stress of travel and invest in this bag. Convert your time spent in security into time choosing your magazine for the flight. After all, doesn’t everyone visit WH Smith’s in the airport regardless of whether you need something or not?
If you’re unsure of the rules surrounding liquids in your hand luggage, you can refresh your memory here.