Win a R1 000 Thule Voucher

Have you heard about Thule’s new Revolve Collection of hard shell luggage? It’s a range that has combined durability with ease of use to take care of your precious cargo while in transit.

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Never worry about your luggage getting damaged again with Thule’s 100% virgin polycarbonate that’s impact-resistant and built to last. Each case has been fixed with internal corner protectors, a rigid frame and reinforced front panel to prevent dents and dings while it’s on the move. You can also put your mind at ease knowing that the TSA locks, puncture resistant zippers and solid inner frame will make sure your items get to the other side protected.

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The case has been paired with eight spinner wheels that allow you to glide through the airport with ease, while the larger back wheels make moving over stairs or rough terrain a breeze. Instead of nesting the wheels inside the case, Thule have put the wheels on the outside to help maximise packing space. This creates a spacious compartment so that you never have to think twice about leaving something behind again.

The Thule Revolve Collection includes a global carry-on of 55cm, wide-body carry on of 55cm, a case of 68cm and another larger case at 75cm. 
Win a voucher with the new Thule Revolve Collection

Visit the Thule website to find out more about the Revolve Collection.

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Thule have given us a voucher worth R1 000 to give away to one of our lucky readers.

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This competition closes on 15 April 2019 at midnight.

Leigh Hermon

A journalist by trade, features writer on occasion and now the digital editor of SA Country Life. The first chance she gets, Leigh will tell you about a podcast she was recently listening to and how you simply have to make the move from radio. In a previous life, she once taught English on Jeju which left her with an insatiable craving for kimchi.

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