When it comes to travelling, I’m not one of those people who do it lightly. No matter how hard I try, how many little bottles I decant my shampoo into, and how hard I try to use a capsule wardrobe, whenever I travel, I end up looking like I’m moving house rather than heading off for a few days.
The past few weeks have been crazy-busy work wise, and as hard going as it’s been pinging about the country, it’s bee the perfect chance to give my new Farino City Carrier a good go. Designed to meet the needs of the modern business traveller, it’s sleek, lightweight, and has been an absolute life saver for me as I’ve headed from the Highlands of Scotland, right the way down to Stratford-Upon-Avon and back up to Edinburgh again.
Available in a range of colour-ways, I opted for the black and rose gold, as I thought it would be the most versatile, but you can add a pop of colour with green, purple and blue options too. Unlike other carry-on cases I’ve tried, Farino’s are all about the interior storage.
Made from durable neoprene material, Farino carriers are perfect for heavy duty travellers. Unlike other cases I’ve used, the storage on this one is perfect – rather than a whole lot of pockets which can take up more room than they’re worth, the interior of the case is left fully for your own storage. The base of the case also features four 360 degree wheels, which means that the case is super easy to wangle (even when it’s seriously full), and it’s perfect if you’re trying to move in a bit of a rush.
Thanks to the sleek back pocket, which is perfect for slipping your laptop into, as well as the flip-open front flap, it’s incredibly easy to use, and it fits enough of my bits so that if I’m heading away for a few days, all I need is the Farino and my handbag of choice. Rather handily, Farino have made sure that the case meets the 15 of the most popular airlines’ hand luggage regulations, so if you’re planning a jaunt anytime soon, you know you can use the case for all your needs.
Farino Carriers are priced at £234 and are available here