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Horizn Studios is a manufacturer that seeks to inject style and sophistication to your luggage, and their Model H series suitcases manage to do exactly that. The suitcase has a German polycarbonate hardshell, and comes with premium Hinomoto spinner wheels – the best quality suitcase wheels in the market. Does it have what it takes to measure up to some of the picks we have in our best luggage list? Go through this review to find out.
Meant to appeal to the classy, light traveller, the Horizn Model H suitcase is a simple yet stylish suitcase that lets you pack for 7 – 10 day trips, and has a battery pack to keep your devices powered up while on the go.
Related: In case you want a different option, check the Coolife Luggage Review
This suitcase falls under the category of smart luggage because of the inbuilt battery pack that it contains in a secret compartment at the top. This battery pack is both removable and rechargeable, as well as pretty handy since it allows you to charge your smartphone or tablet on the go thanks to its two USB ports. You definitely won’t find this kind of convenience in any of the Coolife Luggage 3 Piece Set Suitcases.
Being a hardshell suitcase like the Samsonite Winfield 2 Hardside Expandable, the Model H is not one to be squeezed into a very tight spot. It is however small enough to be considered cabin luggage and shouldn’t give you any problems fitting into an overhead-locker. It comes with an inbuilt laundry bag so that you don’t have to carry a separate one, and includes the option of adding GPS tracking onto it so that it never gets lost.
The biggest plus for this Horizn Studios Cabin suitcase is the battery pack that comes built in with it. You can use it to charge your phone for up to 6 times before it needs a recharge, so if you tend to move around often, your devices will probably never run out of power.
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