1. Why should I choose a hard shell luggage?


Durability is a high priority for travellers, especially considering that most people will use laptops, iPads, cameras and other sophisticated electronics. Hard shell suitcases have obvious advantages in protecting electronic products.


The same is true for keeping the luggage clean. Softer cases can absorb water, and are more susceptible to stains and smells.


The hard shell exterior is made of 100% Bayer Makrolon polycarbonate, a material unrivaled in strength and impact resistance.  If you put weight on it, it bends rather than cracks.




2. Can I lift the Ready luggage full of my belongings with its handle?


Ready luggage has a multi-stage handle made of Aluminium, we won’t recommend doing this but if you want, it is strong enough to stand on top of it.



3. What’s aluminum frame? Why should I choose non-zippered luggage?



The aluminum frame absorbs most of the impact from the outside, thus better protecting your items.

In addition, the suitcases are made by molds, then secured together with screws or rivets, which makes them more durable and you do not have to worry about annoying zipper failures.




4. Ready bag looks so beautiful and well designed! But what should I do if I scratch it by accident?


Ready has put an extra layer of anti-scratch materials on top of the hard-shell, so it would be able to survive under normal circumstances.



5. I love the idea of scale and charging. Just one quick question: Can I take it with me on a rainy day?


Though Ready luggage is not considered completely water resistant, it has rubber gasket seals contents from the harshest weather conditions. The exterior is water-resistant, capable of protecting my stuff from wet grass, dirty floors, and sudden summer showers. It also has completely flush surfaces when fully closed and make it easier for you to clean it.



6. Why should I use a TSA combination lock?


Do you know that a zippered suitcase is vulnerable to thieves? They only tool they need is a ball point pen. It doesn’t matter if the zipper pulls are locked. All they have to do is insert the point of the pen between the teeth of the zipper and pull against them to open. 


Ready luggage has no zippers, instead there is an integrated TSA combination lock that provides peace of mind when checking cases through security.

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