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When choosing suitcases, we need to choose their size, color, etc. At the same time, the material of the suitcase is also a point that cannot be ignored. So how should you identify the material of the suitcase?
ABS is a relatively new type of material, and it is also a relatively popular fashion material. The main feature is that it is lighter than other materials, and the surface is more flexible and rigid. Its impact resistance can better protect the items inside. Although it feels soft and not strong, it is actually very flexible, and ordinary adults have no problem standing on it. It is more convenient to clean, but the disadvantage is that it is prone to scratches, but it will be much better with a suitcase cover.
2. Oxford cloth
Oxford cloth is similar to nylon, which has the advantages of wear resistance and practicality. The disadvantage is that it is the same, it is difficult to distinguish luggage at the airport, and it is relatively heavy. However, there is no need to worry about damage to the luggage during the consignment process.
3. PU leather
The advantage of the suitcase made of artificial leather PU is that it is very similar to cowhide, it looks high-end, and it is not afraid of water. The disadvantage is that it is not wear-resistant and not very strong, but the price is low.
PVC suitcases are also known as hard shell suitcases. They are drop-resistant, waterproof, impact-resistant, wear-resistant and stylish. PVC suitcases are the strongest of the boxes, they have a smooth surface and don't worry about scratches due to rough handling. The biggest disadvantage is that they can be quite heavy.
In general, when choosing a suitcase, you need to choose the material according to your needs. For example, if it is for travel, you can choose ABS suitcase, which is good-looking and easy to distinguish, and it can hold more things because of its light weight. If it is used for moving, you can choose to use Oxford cloth or PC (PVC) suitcases, which are anti-fall and wear-resistant.