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Antler Juno 2

Antler Juno 2

Large, Medium, Cabin
3.0 from 5 reviews

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  • Build Quality
    3.0 (2)
  • Value for Money
    3.5 (2)
  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (2)
edna

ednaSydney Surrounds, NSW

  • 5 reviews

Great luggage

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Very happy with this purchase. Baught from Myers on special two years ago.

Great value for money. I have a Samsonite as well and this is better than Samsonite.

Have used many times and still going strong.

Purchased in February 2017 for $200.00.

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Terrible - dented on first leg of journey

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This suitcase was dented on a corner on the first leg of first journey. This kind of damage is not covered by 10 year warranty. I called the Antler customer service line and was informed that they did not cover damage by carrier, but if the case had been well constructed it would not have been damaged so severely on it's maiden voyage. Disappointing.

Purchased in September 2019 at Myer for $309.00.

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Gregg Hales

Gregg HalesFar North Queensland, QLD

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Awesome suitcase, quality and service

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Annie

AnnieDEVONPORT

Poor Quality

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First use, found the name tag had been torn when collecting it at Melbourne airport.
On the return journey, shockingly found one of the dual wheels was broken off and missing, front part of the body dinted which cause one of zip handle latch was sprung open from the the lock.
I am totally disssapointed with the quality and durability of Antler Luggage considering it's brand new luggage.

Rosie

RosieSydney

  • 7 reviews
  • 2 likes

Sturdy case that's also fun!

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Questions & Answers

Kylie_Embury

Kylie_Emburyasked

Juno 2

Are the large Antler Juno 2's accepted on all Australian airlines? I am a bit worried it might be too large.

2 answers
Gregg Hales
Gregg Hales

Only as checked in baggage for underneath the aircraft in the cargo hold, if that is what you mean. If you are talking about carry on, then no, all airlines have a specific size and weight specification as to carry on luggage.

Kylie_Embury
Kylie_Embury

Thanks, I meant as checked in baggage. I read that the 'linear dimensions' based on some airlines calculations might make the large case too big. I'm hoping it's based on weight only?

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