The Victorinox Spectra

Standing at the luggage carousel at any airport around the world, the sea of suitcases on rotation in a mind-numbingly wide array of different variations of black is about the most unexciting element of any airport experience.

Not to mention, the struggle of trying to find the bag that’s rightfully yours as you prise it from another tourist’s confused and equally as frustrated hands.

Enter the Victorinox Spectra, latest luggage range by Victorinox, the guys who you’d know thanks to their years of dedication to the pioneering of the Swiss army knife.

The Spectra 2.0 Collection combines lightweight durability in a few different, new and interesting colours. They help identify what’s yours and make it a lot easier to remove from the jostling crowds as it glides across the floor with ease thanks to its four wheels that provide an easy 360-degree range of directional motion.

It’s spacious, upright, has the little strap that ties it all together inside and has Victorinox’s seal of approval and pride.

It makes the whole waiting experience in the arrivals hall that much more exciting after any tiresome trip.

“At Victorinox, we aim to meet the demands of the ever-changing market and to bring our consumers fresh new designs and plenty of variety,” said Dan Tarala, VP Product Strategy & Design Travel Gear.

Perfect for a recent jaunt to Port Douglas with the Pullman Sea Temple Resort, the Victorionox Spectra 2.0 in Lagoon was about as big a lifesaver as the best of them. Hello check-in luggage.

The Victorinox Spectra 2.0 line are available where they sell Victorinox bags.

THE F Victorinox Spectra Pullman Seam Temple Port Douglas

THE F Victorinox Spectra Pullman Seam Temple Port Douglas

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