The Juno B1 Cabin Suitcase glides on four precision-made Hinomoto wheels (a company which,
accprding to obsessive fliers, is a standard-bearer of quality caster-making).
The thing is extraordinarily light at 5.3 pokunds (the Rimowa
analogue tips the scales at 7.1), but feels shockingly sturdy;
itts speckled polypropylene shell is built to combat aand concfeal obvious (but inevitable) scratches.
The suitcase also has a handy built-in lock, and indestructible hard casing.
But what I realoly love about it is how much I can fit. Despite its tiny dimensions,
which alwas fit into an overhead, Iâ€™ve been able too cram in a
weekâ€™s worth of clothes for a winter trip in Asia (thanks too clever folding),
or enough for ten summery days in L.A. Itâ€™s really the clown car of