VEO Select 42T BK Roller Case is a compact pilot style carry-on* trolley bag that converts to a shoulder bag and is also ideal for those with back or shoulder problems who do not need a full size trolley case.
With external dimensions of 420 × 250 × 455mm (16 1/2 × 9 7/8 × 17 7/8 inches) and weighing 3.8kg (8.6lbs) this roller case is suitable for most major airlines, but we recommend you check Skyscanner for the latest information to make sure this bag classes as hand luggage in your preferred airline(s) as rules and regulations can change without warning.
It’s customisable 370 × 160 × 330mm (14 5/8 × 6 1/4 × 13 inches) interior will allow you to fit a pro level of kit that includes 1-2 pro DSLR/mirrorless cameras with a grip, 7-8 extra lenses (up to 300mm f/2.8), a flash unit, a 16″ Macbook Pro with a 9.7” tablet and multiple accessories such as memory cards, cables, batteries and a charger. Your kit can then be accessed fast through the top, or through the front panel.
Alternatively the interior can be removed, allowing you to use it as everyday luggage.
It will also fit up to two tripods. The main tripod pocket is discretely tucked away on the side when not needed, but can then be set up in seconds for most tripods. The second travel tripod (or monopod or lighting stand) can be attached to the straps provided on the top of this roller bag.
For moving around airports, this roller bag has four wheels and a solid double bar handle, making it easy to manoeuvre at even the busiest airport. Away from the airport or level ground, simply use the padded handle on top of the bag to lift the roller bag over obstacles with ease, or simply attach the shoulder strap and use it as a traditional shoulder bag for longer distances.
To protect your valuable kit from the lumps and bumps of real life, this roller case is well padded, with extra tall wheels and a reinforced base. To protect your kit from the damp it is manufactured with water resistant material, but also includes a seam sealed rain cover.
To prevent unwanted access to your kit on the go, all the access points have zips that include loopholes to allow you to secure them with a padlock. If you need access to you kit that prevents you using padlocks, the front panel is secured with double security buckles that prevent the zips being whipped open to expose your camera bodies/lenses.