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Old 10-14-09, 09:03 AM   #1
Biont
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Weight of a new Brompton M3R + carry bag

I am trying to figure out what will the weight of a new Brompton M3R will be, together with the S-bag and carrier block and clip and a carry bag with which I will have it loaded on the cargo hold of the plane.

I would buy the pod case advertised for 2010 but it will probably not be available inthe coming weeks.

I have no time to check and see what Samsonite to buy etc so I need to go with the easiest solution buying a Brompton proprietary bag like the carry bag (100) or the hard case (165).

Will it be around 15-16 kgs as I reckon?
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Old 10-18-09, 05:34 PM   #2
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Will it be around 15-16 kgs as I reckon?
It'll be a bit less than this, my fully loaded 2002 Brompton T6 weights 14Kg packed.
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