As someone who travels twice or so a year, it’s very important to keep all my important belongings with me. Even at the airplane, I’d prefer keeping my carry on underneath the seat in front of me, not only for safety reasons but, it does save a lot of time when you’re about to disembark a plane.
Moreover, I’m very OC when it comes to organizing my stuff. And because I bring a lot of items from gadgets, skincare and makeup, extra clothes, etc., it’s difficult to fit them in an ordinary backpack. The result? I end up bringing two carry ons…which is not the most comfortable and smartest idea.
Then one day I discovered Cabin Zero. It’s this rectangular cabin sized backpack that’s absolutely the right shape for you to organize your stuff! Because of this, I could finally fit in my packing cubes, utilize every single corner and get rid of my trolley carry on luggage! My packing dilemma has diminished and I can finally ditch holding on to two luggages at a time! Most importantly, it’s got special features. Here’s why you’ll love Cabin Zero as much as I do!
1. Box Shaped Backpack
This may not be a big deal to others but for me, it makes a huge difference! Whenever I pack, I use packing cubes as I like to keep my things organized and in proper categories, #OCDALERT. Using an ordinary backpack doesn’t help at all because they’re usually curved at the top and I end up stacking one thing on top of the other, unable to utilize some spaces and corners. I also tend to scatter items here and there just to use up all the space. But with Cabin Zero’s rectangular shaped backpack, I can insert all my packing cubes at ease and I don’t even have to worry about empty spaces. Plus, it’s super spacious! As I said earlier, this may not be a big deal to some, but for me it’s gold! Sometimes, it’s the little things that really make a difference! Good bye trolley carry-on!
2. Cabin Size Approved
I get easily bored in planes and so I prefer having my carry on located under the seat in front of me. So it’s great to hear that Cabin Zero’s 44L sized backpack is check-in approved ✓. Which means, I can pull out that backpack from under my seat anytime! Another thing, when it’s time to disembark the plane, I don’t even have to scurry my way over to the overhead cabin along with everybody else. I’d just sit there all relaxed getting ready to get out.
3. Tracker Feature
Not that I’ve ever experienced leaving my bag behind or losing one but I must say, this is one of my favourite features from Cabin Zero. The bag has a lost and found tracker from Okoban which is integrated into World Tracer, the central lost and found system used by airlines. Which means, that if in case you lose or leave you’re bag at the airport, there’s a big chance for you to get it back. And if by any chance you lose your bag outside the premises of the airport, the finder of the back can easily enter the Okoban number on Okoban.com and they can personally get in touch with you to arrange for preferred delivery.
4. Water Resistant
Finally a backpack to keep my belongings safe. Sometimes, we face an unfortunate weather and experience showers during travels. Weather can be unpredictable at times and it’s good that we’re ready. Cabin Zero backpacks gives you one less thing to worry about because all their carry on bags are water resistant. If I’m not mistaken, they also have a line of waterproof carry ons 🙂
5. 25 Years Warranty
Who doesn’t love warranties?? Cabin Zero offers 10 years warranty on all their backpacks but, that 10 year can be moved up to 25 years once you give them a like on their Facebook page! Easy peasy right?
Now, as I mentioned earlier, my packing has completely leveled up thanks to this backpack. With that being said, I prepared a Youtube video on how I pack and organize my carry on luggage. Hopefully you’ll find a few tips on how to arrange your belongings for when you go on your next journey.
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WATCH: How I Pack My Carry On Luggage