I tried a cheap wheeled suitcase: excellent at airports and the like but as soon as you actually had to walk any distance, along bumpy city streets, it was hopeless – those silly little roller-blade wheels bumping and banging the bag all over the place – then I just wanted my old rucksack. So it was with great excitement I finally found a wheeled suitcase with hide-away rucksack straps. Three cheers for Berghaus for making an obvious idea available to the masses. But how does it work?
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