Struggling to pack for your next trip?
This tool will help breakdown the essentials, whether it’s a weekend or week-long break and if it’s hot or cold.
The ultimate packing assistant will ensure you can fit everything you need into aeroplane-friendly hand-luggage, avoiding any missing suitcase fears or waiting times at the other end.
Simply select your destination – the nearest city in the UK or abroad – from the drop-down menu and then choose your duration, up to 14 days.
It comes after a study of 2,000 adults who have flown before found 44 per cent try to only take a carry-on case when possible.
Top reasons for this included avoiding waiting for luggage at the other end (21 per cent), saving money (20 per cent) and ensuring bags don’t go missing (20 per cent).
The research and tool were commissioned by premium British luggage brand Antler, which also found 44 per cent typically overpack for trips abroad, while only 20 per cent underpack.
And the fold and roll debate was settled once and for all, with 46 per cent typically folding and just 22 per cent rolling their clothes.
Antler’s spokesperson said: “Packing for different trips can be tricky at the best of times, but after a couple of years with a lack of travel, it’s likely to overwhelm travellers even more than usual.
“Whether it’s planning for various temperatures, pairing accessories with clothes and not forgetting the essentials, there is a lot to remember.
“The tool is a fun and interactive way to help plan and pack for your next trip, from an active winter holiday to a relaxing location, especially during the Christmas holidays where the weather has changed at home but perhaps not yet abroad.
“The research shows that adults do struggle when it comes to packing, especially over-packing, but as a nation we‘re quite organised

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