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Antler Titus Cabin Suitcase review

£79.00 Typical price

First look

Key features
  • 2.2kg
Reviewed

At a glance the Antler Titus Cabin Suitcase doesn't look too remarkable. It's a four-wheeled, soft-bodied cabin bag with a TSA lock and a couple of external pockets. However, it's what's inside one of those pockets that sets it apart: a USB power bank for you to charge your devices with while you're on the go. We take get hand-on with this cabin bag to see if it's a worthy feature or a simple gimmick.

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Test results

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We have tested 26 cabin bags and found that there are 2 Don't Buys and 11 Best Buys.
Range of Cabin bag scores
  1. 24%
    Lowest score
  2. 67%
    Average score
  3. 81%
    Highest score
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