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With the advent of budget airlines it is becoming cheaper and cheaper travelling abroad. For this reason it is becoming an increasingly common experience for your company to suggest that you travel abroad for business purposes.
If you are travelling on a business trip why do you really need to take too many things? Ireland is just a short hop away and therefore you wouldn’t really be spending too much time over there. For that reason many people are reluctant to give money to budget airlines for the privilege of putting their bags in the hold. There is a solution for this problem however and that is the Jansport Driver 8 Carry-On Trolley Case. This particular case is ideal for a business trip to Ireland.
One of the best benefits of this bag is that you can carry it in numerous ways. You can either wear it on your back or as a standard trolley. If you do decide to use it in its trolley form the wheels are stop quality, which means they won’t jump which will eventually tear the material on the bottom, a common problem with cheaper carry-on cases.
This bag is designed especially for laptops, although I honestly see no reason why it cannot be used to house other things if you do decide to take something else instead.
In addition to the main compartment there a number of others which will enable you to take important business documents or computer accessories on your trip. These compartments also allow you to use the bag as a rucksack if you want to travel around Ireland on one of your days off, assuming you have a kind boss like I do.
The bag is built to conform to airline ‘hand luggage’ standards which mean you will be able to bring it on board during your flight, saving those extortionate baggage charges if you took something larger. The weight is also a lot loss than equivalent laptop bags at only 2.5 Kg which leaves you a lot of weight left to still meet the airlines baggage charges. This means you can hop straight off the aircraft straight to your connecting transport, no need to wait around for that slow conveyer belt.
The bag is padded which helps to protect your laptop even during the bumpier trips. A common problem amongst business users is storing their computer in an unprotected bag which ends up causing severe aesthetic damage to their laptop.
With this bag you aren’t limited to a bog-standard black colour. For the younger traveller there are an additional ten designs on offer, none of them compromising on all the fantastic features that the standard bag can offer. One of the most popular colours for younger business travellers to Ireland is the Navy colour with a plaid trim. It does look fantastic.
If you are heading for a business trip to Ireland or another location in the near future then I really do suggest you take a look at the Jansport Driver 8 Carry-On Trolley Case. This beautiful looking and well-built case includes all the features designed to make your business trip hassle free.