This piece is made to order, so please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
Discover the James Bond Check-In Trolley Case - No Time To Die Edition - By Globe-Trotter. Designed to celebrate the 25th Bond film, the luggage collection is inspired by pieces featured in the movie. Synonymous with great British design, Globe-Trotter is a luxury travel lifestyle brand producing handcrafted luggage and leather collections. Whether you are travelling to Italy, Norway, Jamaica or any other far-flung destinations around the world, make sure you have your Globe-Trotter by your side.
Details. This is a four-wheel case in a classic Ocean Green colour. The design is made from a vulcanised fibreboard, with black leather corners, straps and handles, and comes complete with a black luggage tag embossed with the No Time To Die logo. This is the best size for travellers wishing to go away for a week or more. The case will need to be placed in the hold, but is lockable to keep your valuables safe.
The case has an extendable wooden rowing handle, and has the capacity to hold several outfits as well as room for spare shoes and accessories to take on your trip. It comes complete with two internal webbing straps on the lid and base and is fully lined. An exterior centre clip gives additional security along with two TSA approved locks with keys. The case is finished with a metal plaque featuring the 007 logo and serial number.
Dimensions & weight. H74cm, W51cm, D26cm, Capacity 78l, Weight 5.5kg
The makers. Established in 1897, Globe-Trotter suitcases and travel accessories are handcrafted in Hertfordshire, England by highly skilled artisans using original manufacturing methods and machinery that date back to the Victorian era. The No Time To Die cases are made to order from panels of vulcanised fibreboard: a unique material invented in Britain during the 1850s that is as strong as leather and as light as aluminium. Each sheet is moulded into shape using a method patented by the company in 1901, while the case’s black leather corners are moulded on Victorian press machines over a period of five days to ensure optimum strength and form.