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Delsey Launches Helium Breeze 4.0

Crafted With Durable, Ballistic Nylon, the New, Elegant Collection Offers Added Organizational Options Including a Convenient Easy Access(TM) Compartment on the Side

HANOVER, MD -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- Delsey, creator of feature-rich luggage, has just launched Helium Breeze 4.0, designed for business people and frequent travelers. Durable, functional and sophisticated, the collection is the first to feature an Easy Access™ compartment that can be opened from the side of the case, so travelers can conveniently retrieve certain items en route without opening the main compartment of their suitcase.

Innovative and consumer driven, Delsey creates luggage with the traveler in mind. Combining the latest in material, technology and design, the Delsey Helium Breeze 4.0 reflects the needs of business and frequent travelers looking for a quality suitcase that offers exceptional organization and storage options.

Crafted from robust 1682 ballistic nylon, the collection is created to withstand the inevitable wear and tear that comes from repeated use. Whether it is handled by airline companies or jammed into the trunks of cars, Delsey Helium Breeze 4.0 promises to protect the valuable goods it transports. Best of all, the ballistic nylon is lightweight, maximizing packing possibilities.

Recognizing the need for additional organizational options, Delsey Helium Breeze 4.0 is the first collection to offer an Easy Access™ compartment that can be opened from the side of the case, as well as from the inside of the case. Available on the three upright models, this compartment allows travelers to conveniently retrieve toiletries, shoes, or a sweater during travel. It can also be used to separate previously worn or damp garments from clean clothing on return trips. Conveniently, the Easy Access™ compartment neatly folds away when not in use. For business travelers, the carry-on bags also offer a built in padded computer sleeve on the front pocket of the case, meaning travelers can take out their laptop or tablet as needed, either at the airport gate or on the plane.

Exclusive to Delsey, the medium and large uprights feature the Over Weight Indicator integrated on the top handle. Travelers simply lift their bag with this handle and a red mark signals when bags are over the standard airline 50 pound weight allowance limit. This means travelers can make important packing decisions from wherever they may be, and not at the check-in counter at the airport.

Delsey Helium Breeze 4.0 offers a spacious, fully lined interior with zippered mesh pockets, tie down straps and a suiter for jackets, dresses or more formal attire. This four wheel series is easy to maneuver through airports and hotels. Available in sleek black or classic brown, the timeless collection complements any ensemble.

Accessibly priced, uprights are available at sale prices of $149.99 up to $199.99.

For more information on Delsey Helium Breeze 4.0 please visit http://www.delsey.com/products/travel/helium-breeze-40

About Delsey, www.delsey.com
For more than 65 years Delsey has been offering consumers luggage which brings together timeless quality and innovative design, to accompany travelers on all types of professional and personal journeys. Recognized for a wide range of luggage lines that are both lightweight and durable, Delsey offers a suitcase for every traveler. Today Delsey is present on all 5 continents and in more than 130 countries. A Delsey bag is sold every 10 seconds.

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