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Proteca's Suitcases
Let's Travel with Solid Safety!
Date:22, Jul, 2017
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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In 1960s, a company first started to produce and launch suitcases (those box-shaped cases on casters) in Japan. It was Ace. Ace is, in other words, a pioneer in the Japanese suitcase field. They published their new brand "Proteca" in 2004. A concept of the brand is a right evolutionary form of the Ace suitcases.



Proteca Suitcase Staria2 #02463
Size H 58cm W 42cm D 27cm
Capacity 54 L
Weight 4.3 kg
Price 47,520 yen (tax in)

In an article, I said the rich had been on the decrease in Japan and then, we almost didn't need to buy expensive bags by constraint. Reasonable is it. In some cases like suitcases, however, I'm sure there are the pitfalls like "penny wise and pound foolish."

Today, we can get a suitcase anywhere. However, cheap things almost have the reason to be cheap. The suitcase is naught but a burden when one of the casters breaks up on the way. Moreover, some of your treasure things may break if there's a problem on durability of the suitcase.

Namely, when you're buying a suitcase, you must get what you can trust even if it's kind of high-priced.




Why can we trust "Proteca?" First, in the market, there're only their products which passed through their severe durability tests (the 8 heads like dropping impact) at their factory in Hokkaido. Moreover, it will make you glad that they guarantee for 3 years. Traveling will always call an adventure. In a sense, your trip cannot be completed without any rare events. In the price of the "Proteca" suitcases, many types of safety are included, in other words. Are you going to where you are almost unfamiliar with, without "Proteca" suitcase?




About ACE

・Established in 1940
・Homepage: ACE Co.,Ltd. Official Site





 

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