Hard suitcase or Soft suitcase

You're thinking about what type of suitcase to buy? 

For those of you who can't decide which of the two types to choose, let's look at the features of Hard Suitcase and Soft Suitcase from now on.
Advantages of Hard Suitcase
  • More water resistant than soft suitcases
  • Easily cleanable
  • Provides better protection as they are more sturdy and hard
  • The interior contains separated compartments - you can divide your clothes packing into 2 or 3 compartments
Disadvantage of Hard suit case
  • Generally weigh up to 1-2kg heavier
  • Takes up more room (especially when it is open)
Advantages of Soft Suitcase
  • Lighter than the Hard Suitcase
  • Takes up less space when you open the Suitcase.
  • Contains exterior pockets which provides easier accessibility to belongings when traveling
Disadvantage of Soft suitcase
  • The exterior can be torn and cut from sharp object;
  • Not waterproof 
  • requires an additional waterproof cover
Overall, based on various information and personal and customer experiences, we always recommend a suitcase based on your preference.
If you would like to find a suitcase that suits you, please visit rainbowbags located in Westfield Warringah Mall or online at www.rainbowbags.com.au


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