hollydays wrote: »
er..don't have any..
colmil wrote: »
The adverts I've seen for these scales are for small cases, how can these scales
possibly weigh a full size case?
MinniLilli wrote: »
I can't beat the Ebay price, but if you go straight to the Balanzza site, they sell it with free shipping in the UK. (www.balanzza.co.uk)
BenL wrote: »
At JFK when coming home we used some check in desks that were not in use and weighed our cases on these before going to real check in.
This gave us chance to remove item and either bin them, wear them or switch to hand luggage to avoid charges.
Looks easier to do there than in a UK airport.
JMU-95 wrote: »
Just did the same as BenL, at Dublin airport. Went to a checkin desk where there was no queue and asked the lady if we could measure our cases. She said no problem. So glad we did, one of them was way over so we were able to then take the cases away and distribute clothes out evenly between the our two cases and our hand luggage so as to avoid Ryanair's charges. :T
Interestingly we had measured them on our bathroom scales before we left home and they were both under the 15KG.
Anyhow, just proves it's no skin of their noses if you measure your luggage at an unused desk (not assoc. with the airline your flying with)
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