The Sensas Challenge Carryall and Holdall come under the beady eye of Angler's Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He's the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week.
Description: value-for-money match luggage.
Specifications: PVC-coated nylon fabric. The Championship Challenge Carryall has an external front pocket for nets, and a zipped main compartment; padded strap; two carry handles. The Competition Challenge Holdall will hold eight tubes; outside pocket will take banksticks and an umbrella; padded shoulder strap.
Dimensions: Championship Carryall – 50 x 35 x 30 cm. Competition Holdall – 190 x 30 x 21 cm.
My verdict: launched with what I regard as ‘smart’ colours, this entry-level luggage range has proved popular, mainly because it is good value for money.
I can clearly see that it’ll hold a lot of kit. I’ve picked a couple of the key luggage items here, but there are several other holdalls, bags for nets and carryalls in the same range, all of which have a similar keen price tag.
Prices: Competition Holdall £29.99; Championship Carryall £21.99.
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