GIVEAWAY: Win an Antler Cyberlite Cabin Suitcase from In Luggage

Alongside essentials like ensuring you get the right visas and that your passport is up to date; packing for a trip is one of the most important activities on every traveller’s to-do list.  

Selecting the right luggage for your travel needs cannot be overstated, and can mean the difference between comfort and pain, and safety or risk. The last thing you want to do when embarking on a journey is to have your luggage break or tear, having to carry around a heavy, uncomfortable piece of luggage, or worse, having your luggage broken into and your belongings stolen.

In Luggage is an Australian online luggage retailer which stocks some of the favourite travel brands including Samsonite, Antler, Caribee, American Tourister and more. As a special treat to our readers, Aussie on the Road is proud to partner with In Luggage to give away an Antler Cyberlite 4 Wheel Cabin Roller with an RRP of more than $200, to one of our Australian readers.

In Luggage has forged an impressive reputation for providing travellers with a large range of luggage, suitcases, backpacks and travel accessories in-store as well as through their easy-to-use online store which boasts free shipping to most Australian states and territories.

The Antler Cyberlite 4 Wheel Cabin Roller melds a sleek contemporary lightweight design with expandable storage capacity, engineered to surpass your cabin travel needs. Weighing in at only 2.4 kilograms, this lightweight case is equipped with comfy grip handles for easy lifting as well as Easy Glide wheels to ensure the smoothest possible experience when it comes transporting your luggage through an airport, along the streets of New York or through a mall in South East Asia.

To win your very own Antler Cyberlite 4 Wheel Cabin Roller Case, all you need to do is tell us in the comments section below:

What’s the one essential item that you always pack when going on holiday? And why you can’t travel without it!

The giveaway will close on Monday, 31 March, 2014 at 11:59PM (AEDT) and whoever leaves the best answer to our travel question will be the winner! Be sure to include a valid email address when leaving a comment so that we can contact you. This giveaway is only open to residents of Australia.

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  1. Nathan Rizk says

    The one essential item I always travel with and can’t go without is my laptop. Urgent work to do? Laptop to the rescue! Want to look at local eateries/pubs and their websites don’t work on smartphones? Laptop to the rescue! Stuck in the hotel room bored one night? Laptop to the rescue! Bored on the plane? Laptop to the rescue! The list forever goes on…

    • Chris says

      I hear you there, brother! I’m a little bit lost without my laptop, and it doubles as my iPhone and iPad charger too. Hell, I’m typing this comment from my laptop while charging my iPhone *and* watching a PPV. It’s a lifesaver for sure.

  2. Nomadic American says

    The one essential item I always travel with and cannot travel without is a pair of earplugs (or maybe a few pairs as I seem to lose some along the way). I’m a really light sleeper, so having ear plugs is a necessity for me while traveling. Whether I’m trying to sleep during a long layover, crammed onto a bumpy bus, or surfing on someone’s couch, ear plugs are the answer. I fall asleep faster and I stay asleep longer with ear plugs. And for a few dollars for a multipack, it’s definitely worth the cost for a long night’s rest.

    • Chris says

      Interesting answer! Definitely one I wouldn’t have thought of first up, but makes sense. I’m the same with my headphones. I can sleep with music on, but not crying babies and chatty seat-mates.

    • CWB says

      Sounds like you travel light, mate! I admire that. I’ve got waaaaay too much crap in my backpack whenever I get on the road.

  3. Leigh says

    Obvious answer; I’d say my trusty iPhone would be the one essential item I couldn’t go without. Having a hand-held device for communication, currency conversion calculations, entertainment and keeping up to date with friends on social media is something you really take for granted.. until you lose it on a boozy night out… WOE IS ME!!! :-(

    • CWB says

      Haha! I can’t imagine the pain you went through not having your phone, mate! I feel absolutely lost when I don’t have mine. Glad to hear you’ve got a new one en route.

      I definitely agree that they’re a super handy bit of travel tech. Mine rarely leaves my side for many of the reasons you’ve stated.

    • CWB says

      Hmm… I can’t say I have a lot of ‘little leaks’ to contend with, but I do like me some wet wipes. They definitely come in handy.

    • CWB says

      Ooh, good answer, mate! I’ve found that traveling with a significant other is a really fantastic experience, and I can imagine that’s even more true once you’ve found the one for you and share that with them.

  4. mickyt1985 says

    Aside from the basic’s like a phone, wallet, toothpaste & brush, Clothes, Laptop etc…..the one Item I cannot live without on a holiday is Hydrolite.

    Now here me out….I know this is a gastro drink for re-hydrating your body but when you are holiday you have a tendency to have a few big nights out. If you want to continue doing this every night without regretting it day after day a hydrolite before bed is the answer. Downing a Hydrolite before bed along with a berocca leaves you waking up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle the next big day of adventure and travel….along with the next big night!

    • CWB says

      Interesting! I’m not familiar with Hydrolite, but your reasoning is more than sound. I’ve got my own hangover cure that I’ve found is 90% effective, but it doesn’t do much for the residual tiredness that comes with a late night on the turps.

      I’ll have to try this one out.

    • CWB says

      Aw, what a fantastic answer! We’re really blessed to be living in a time where photography is something that everybody can indulge in, and it’s going to pay dividends in a few decades when we’re all old and grey and wanting to live vicariously through our younger selves.

      Thanks for taking the time to answer :)

  5. Noeline says

    A travel diary! It is both a blessing and a curse when exploring the world causes sensory overload. I love winding down at the end of the night to reflect and record my thoughts – it helps me to take it all in and save those precious memories and first impressions :)

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