Victorinox Lexicon Hardside Frequent Flyer Carry-On (Black)

  • Size: 23 (D) x 35 (W) x 55 (H) cm
  • Handle: Comfort Haul Handle
  • Capacity: 34L
  • Wheels: 60mm double dual-caster wheels provide smooth, stable, quiet roll
  • Material: Break-resistant 100% virgin polycarbonate with stylish, scratch resistant matte finish
  • Locks: integrated Travel Sentry Approved combination lock
  • Warranty: Global Lifetime Plus Limited Warranty



  • SKU: VIC-602101
    Stock Status: AVAILABLE (3 - 7 days)

    $529.95

    Retail Price $859


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    Victorinox Lexicon Hardside Frequent Flyer Carry-On (Black)

    Get your quality language from us. We recommend you to choose Victorinox Lexicon. With the Lexicon Hardside Frequent Flyer, you can carry-on with maximum capacity. The brilliant Lexicon Hardside Frequent Flyer Carry On suitcase combines the famed Swiss Army Knife compact toolkit functionality with a maximum packing capacity. Business executives and demanding tech savvy travellers will appreciate break through features including an integrated USB charger super security, strength and design features of this carry on board maximum capacity case.

    Packing Structure:
  • Suitcase opens through the centre for 50/50 packing
  • X Shaped compression straps
  • 2 zippered mesh accessory pockets
  • Zippered divider wall with large, easy to clean pocket
  • Pocket contains removable full suiter

  • External Features:
  • Puncture resistant smooth uninterrupted appearance
  • Super strong
  • Scratch resistant

  • Additional Information
    Additional Information
    Product Weight (KG) 3.1
    Colour Black
    Length No
    Width 35cm
    Height 55cm
    Specifications No
    Tools No
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