Are you a backpacker or a frequent traveller, who flies with hand luggage only? Us too! In this post, we would like to review a great hand luggage option – Cabin Zero backpack.
I was looking for a new backpack for travelling, considering many options, when Cabin Zero reached out to us and offered collaboration. I was very happy since the backpacks seemed great and I totally loved the colours. So I couldn’t be happier when I got my new red backpack from Cabin Zero. Oh, no, actually, I would have been happier, if it had arrived last October, when we did our crazy Balkan trip – I only had a normal backpack (like a sport one, you know) and I had to fit there all my clothes for 9 days of traveling and different climates: from cold Belgrade (+6) to warm Athens (+23).
There are 2 main versions of Cabin Zero backpack – smaller, for 28 litres and bigger for 44 litres. I’m always struggling with a number of clothes I’m bringing to most of our trips, so I opted in for the bigger variant. The 44L bag is really a bag, I feel like it’s bigger than my cabin bag and yet, it perfectly fits in all the Ryanair and other low-cost flights. The shape is also nice, the backpack is sort of “squarish”, so I could fit in my favourite packing cubes (seriously, I won’t go anywhere without my packing cubes).
In the Cabin Zero backpack, there are enough pockets for various smaller things like documents and wallet. Moreover, the backpack is really really light, I mean, compared to my suitcase, it weights like nothing. Meaning …guess what? First of all, it’s easier to carry. Secondly, more things can fit inside (you know, sometimes airlines even ask you to put your hand luggage on a scale to see, if you exceeded your cabin bag allowance or not).
Most importantly, all the Cabin Zero bags are fitted with a tracker tag, so you won’t lose your bag in case you decide to check it in and you won’t see it on the baggage claim.
Finally, all the Cabin Zero bags have an impressive 10-year warranty. 10 years! So many things can change in 10 years, but your bag will be still covered by the warranty. That’s just unbelievable.
So yes, if you’re hesitating, please don’t, because Cabin Zero is actually a pretty amazing backpack for your backpacker adventures or for a casual weekend trip somewhere that is just one flight away from you.
The next trip we are planning to do is the Isle of Skye, so I will definitely bring my new Cabin Zero backpack.
Please, note, that a free Cabin Zero backpack was sent to us in exchange for an honest review. As always, all opinions are our own!