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Samsonite Cosmolite: The Best Traveling Companion

by on May.07, 2012, under Travel

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With the Samsonite Cosmolite in your hands, you never have to buy another suitcase ever again. This is because this top-rated luggage is durable yet lightweight, making it one of the bestselling hardside suitcases from the world-renowned Samsonite Company.

This luggage was developed with a peculiar inspiration in mind – the seashell. When an owner looks at his own Cosmolite, he can readily see the inspiration. The hard shell surface protects the contents as a seashell protects a creature inside it.

Just like a seashell, the exterior of the case features imprinted ridges which make for the suitcase’s unbelievable strength. With a cover like a seashell, the Cosmolite provides the same degree of protection compared to heavily-coated suitcases.

The seashell-themed case is born of a vision 5 years in the making. In that span of time, the brains behind the Cosmolite managed to engineer a baggage that is strong yet light, stylish yet dependable.

The thing that defines this baggage is its exterior made of Curv technology. This type of coating is used in making bulletproof vests and other durable materials. In other words, this case can resist anything that stands in its way.

So how is the Curv technology shell created? This patented case is made with interlocked fibers of polypropylene, which are synthesized in sheets. The sheets go on top of one another to create the bulletproof coating that the luggage is known for.

Apart from the Curv technology body, this model also has other worthwhile features, such as the TSA lock, which keeps your valuables protected (and undamaged, thanks to the strong body!)

If you are fond of traveling, you’ll love that it has a monotube where you can place a bungee cord in order to secure your briefcase on top.

The Cosmolite also has crisscross ribbons on the base of the suitcase, a zippered storage pocket, a zippered baggage divisor, ID tag, blue cloth interior, and an additional handle for better maneuvering.

Apart from the beautiful seashell-inspired cover, the shell can withstand any form of torture. Tests have shown that it can withstand 25 bag drops from a height of half a meter. In conclusion, this baggage can remain intact even if it falls from a high stance.

It can also withstand the extreme temperatures during flight. Because it’s made of polypropylene fibers, you won’t have to worry about the cold weakening your suitcase. In fact, Curv technology allows the case to grow sturdier at increased heights and temperatures.

Do you worry that constant handling can mess up all of your clothes? You don’t have to worry about that either because it has passed the tumble test, which resembles what could happen to your luggage as it goes through the baggage conveyors.

Yes, the shell of the casing is just as strong as the other components of the bags. The fasteners and zippers used in this model have also withstood the test of repeated usage. Sure enough, you can depend on this suitcase for a long, long time!

Nothing tops this suitcase, because it has managed to combine strength, style, and flimsiness in just one model. In fact, it was given the Henry Van De Velde Label in 2009, the Best of the Best Award in 2010 by the Red Dot Design Company.

Now, you don’t have to scour the country far and wide for the best baggage because we have the answer to your needs.

Strong yet lightweight luggage is hard to come by. So don’t let this opportunity pass. Get your very own Samsonite Cosmolite today.

Geoff Borstow is a frequent jetsetter and luggage enthusiast. Visit his site on Samsonite Suitcases to learn more about the Samsonite Cosmolite or to find reviews of other models of luggage from the Samsonite brand.

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