It's very rare that I don't travel without my 28" spinner luggage, but since I've discovered CabinZero, I'm getting used to fitting my stuff into a 44L backpack. It is perfect for a 3D2N trip.

Initially tho, I started with the 28L (L= liter) because I always like something compact but spacious that I can take as my carry-on luggage. It is lightweight and the material looks assuringly durable.  

My first trip with my CabinZero was to Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and Penang.  I was pretty amazed that Maurina managed to fit her stuff inside the 44L backpack for a 6D5N trip. So right after the trip I ordered a 44L Blue Camo.

With my order, I also got myself the always sold-out packing cubes. Being slightly OCD, this fulfills my desire to always organize my luggage. One feature I like most about CabinZero is the built-in global tracker, powered by Okoban.

What is Okoban?

Okoban is a system that allows individuals to register property which have been assigned unique Okoban identification codes. You can register your CabinZero bag online, so that in the event that it is lost and then found it can then be returned to you.

The Okoban system is integrated into WorldTracer which is the central lost and found system used by airlines. It is used by over 400 airlines, airport companies and baggage handlers. So if your bag is lost in transit and has an Okoban tracking ID then it should easily find its way back to you.

If the bag is lost outside of the airline system then somebody finding it can go to the Okoban site and register that they have found the bag. You are then contacted via email or SMS and then you can contact the finder to arrange recovery
— Okoban

With the YKK lockable zippers, thick padded shoulder straps, 25 years warranty (if you 'Like' them on Facebook) and 760 grams lightness, CabinZero is simply a reliable travel partner.

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