Luggage Worth Bragging About! The Heys ECO Orbis

Friday, September 18, 2020

Review by: Ria


Has anyone else noticed that your luggage never gets returned in the same condition it was in when you brought it to the airport?? After a 2 day/3 flight trip back to Canada from Roatan, I woke up the next morning to unpack my suitcase only to find that the zipper was busted; teeth were broken and pulled away from the fabric sides on one spot. Arrgghh. Heys to the rescue with a wonderful new suitcase called the ECO Orbis. 


I had only ever owned traditional style luggage before with the soft canvas body and flip-up zippered lid part. The ECO Orbis is a semi-hard shell, made out of 100% recycled plastic. It is fully lined and opens in half, with an interior divider that buckles closed on one side to keep your items secured. The other side of the suitcase features compression straps to make sure all your gear stays put when traveling. The suitcase features 360 swivel wheels, a telescoping handle, and is considered lightweight at 9.2 LBS. I love unique luggage that you can see immediately while it’s rotating around that airport conveyer belt so I chose the lilac/purple color but it also comes in teal, pewter, blue, and black.  The geometric circle pattern on the outside gives the solid color a trendy look. 

I was able to fit a TON of stuff inside this 26-inch suitcase! As you can see, I tend to stock up on beauty and food products that I cannot buy on my tiny Caribbean island! In case I need a bit more room, the suitcase is expandable by 20% with its zipper release expansion system. It comes with a TSA approved lock and a “piggyback strap”, allowing you to attach multiple pieces together and pull them all with just one hand.  

If you are wanted to purchase your own Heys suitcase, or are planning on gifting Heys luggage check out their website for not only a great selection of luggage but , packing cubes, backpacks, laptop cases, and other travel accessories. Expect solid construction, great warranties (5-10 years), bright colors – I HATE black luggage! - and many styles and sizes available. And stay tuned for my update on this post which will be written after I travel back to Roatan!  

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