Customer Reviews Of:
Eagle Creek HC2 Hovercraft Duffel Bag - 25”, Wheeled
Closeouts. Fly through the airport with Eagle Creek's HC2 Hovercraft duffel bag, featuring oversized, off-road wheels, an ergonomic, retractable handle system and a compartment designed especially for dirty clothes.
Average Rating based on 4 reviews 3.500000 0 5
Reviewed by Dr Suzi from Jacksonville Beach, FL on Sunday, December 2, 2012I usually love eagle creek products, but a prong was broken on the cinching belt. I didn't want something that was broken before I even used it, so I sent it back. Very disappointing
Reviewed by KC from The City of Brotherly Love on Wednesday, October 10, 2012After checking the bag, it traveled almost 9,000 miles and made one stop in San Francisco. When I picked up the bag at the destination, I noticed that the zipper tab is missing, gone, disappeared. That's not good.. Too bad, I really like the bag, but the company needs to redesigned or use a better zipper mechanism.
- Best Uses: Airline Travel, Extended Travel
- Cons: Zipper Tab Weak Point
- Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
- Pros: Durable, Easy to Transport, Lightweight
- Was this a gift?: No
- What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist
Verified Buyer Reviewed by The Traveling Researcher from Boston, MA on Monday, January 16, 2012I'm using this for a month of travel abroad with lots of location changes. I chose to buy a small easy-to-handle bag and do laundry a couple of times to make it easier to travel alone. I've carried it up and down stairs multiple times and am very happy with how easy it is to maneuver. The bright red color and shape make it easy to recognize and I like the extra security of the outside compression straps.
Reviewed by Charlotte from Charlotte NC on Monday, December 26, 2011Bought a black one for myself and my boyfriend liked it so well we ended up getting the blue for him. An Eagle Creek item with the "No Matter What" warranty. Heard that EC was bought out in 2007 and this version not as sturdy as the original, but IMHO sometimes sturdiness suffers with the increasing production of lighter weight bags.