TRIPP Express Bloom 2w Suitcase

TRIPP Express Bloom Review

For a great, budget friendly case, I recommend the TRIPP brand. This Express Bloom 2 wheeled case (£39) is a little bit eye catching to make spotting it easy but is still sleek enough to not look out of place in the lobby of a 5* hotel and anywhere in between.

I have had several TRIPP cases over the years in varying sizes, colours and functions and I return back to them for great value, reliable suitcases that won’t break the bank nor your back when you are moving them.

Since the pink suitcase I bought for my honeymoon 10yr ago recently took the big holiday to the sky, I replaced it with this navy and yellow floral number. I didn’t want anything dark and plain, I wanted something to stand out without being gaudy. I thought the pink case I had was brilliant for all of 1hr until I watched it trundle away at check in on that big black manky conveyor that covered my case in grime that just never came out – I managed to eek out our 10th anniversary trip with it so it had a good innings.

TRIPP Express Bloom Review

The Large Express is 76cm tall which is fairly standard but does sadly weigh 4.5kg. It isn’t the lightest of the TRIPP cases available which is 3.8kg, I made myself feel better that the difference between the 2 cases is only 1 pair of shoes that I need to leave behind!

I picked up this case via Debenhams using Quidco for extra cash back.

How do you tell it’s your suitcase on the conveyor belt? Let me know!

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  1. 23rd August 2016 / 10:00 am

    We have tripp 4 wheel suitcases and love them they make life so easy! We tie ribbons on our handles so we know which is ours

    • Katie
      23rd August 2016 / 7:48 pm

      I love seeing all the quirky different ways people differentiate their cases… then you always get that one smart arse grabbing every single black suitcase and sheepishly having to put it back!

  2. 24th August 2016 / 9:55 am

    We just got a Tripp hand luggage suitcase recently from Debenhams sale. It was a massive saving and decent quality. The only qualm was it had multiple clips/locks and these were would get stuck and weren’t always easy and smooth to unclip. Setting the code seemed easy at first but turned out to be problemsome as didnt set properly. We were lucky to quickly guess the right code to unlock and reset. After resetting, code was fine but lock would keep sticking. Good for security but not so much for practical use.

    • Katie
      25th August 2016 / 9:05 pm

      Oh no that’s such a shame but they all come with 5yr warranty, not sure if that would be covered?

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