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Naffker Fashion Travel Luggage Cover Washable Suitcase Protector

$16

Naffker Fashion Travel Luggage Cover Washable Suitcase Protector

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Product description

Size:

S (suitable for 18-21 inch suitcase)

M (suitable for 22-24 inch suitcase)

L (suitable for 25-28 inch suitcase)

XL (suitable for 29-32 inch suitcase)

 

Features of this fashionable suitcase:

This interesting luggage cover prevents your luggage from being scratched, soiled, soiled or destroyed. Make sure your luggage stays closed during the journey and protect your luggage from the usual wear and tear that occurs over time. The lid is fixed to the zipper on the suitcase. The lid has various cuts for easy access to the handle. The cover does not restrict any wheel movement. The personalized patterns make your suitcase unique, and you won’t get it wrong during the trip.

 

How to use

1. Pull up the lever;

2. Set one of the holes into the tie rod,

3. Pull down the suitcase cover;

4. Expose the side hand hole;

5. Pull the bottom zipper;

6. Insert the fixed buckle to perfectly protect the trunk shell

 

Special note:

-Luggage cover only, excluding suitcases.

-This suitcase cover is only suitable for suitcases with hands in the middle position

-Due to objective factors such as production batches, machinery and equipment, it is difficult to avoid or appear slight color difference, position, and size errors.

 

-Before you place an order, please refer to the size chart shown in the picture. If you don't know which size to choose, please feel free to contact us.

Naffker Fashion Travel Luggage Cover Washable Suitcase Protector

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