Reviewed by Chris from Virginia on Thursday, June 13, 2013
The picture on STP makes this bag almost look like it has a normal upright carryon form factor. It does not. It is wide and short which can make it a bit less maneuverable, but the bag itself appears to be well constructed. I have not used it yet, but the capacity does seem a bit limited. It should be fine for short weekend or business trips (reason I bought it), but I wouldn't expect to be able to live out of it as my primary luggage for more than 2 or 3 days.
Reviewed by Billy Business from NYC, NY on Wednesday, January 9, 2013
I use this for weekly business trips. It is light and stores easy in the overhead compartment. Some issues closing the handle but does not dampen my enthusiasm for the bag. It has nice features - like a board & bag for keeping business shirts folded nicely and velcro bags in the corners for toiletries etc.
Reviewed by John the road from Albuquerque on Tuesday, February 7, 2012
I own several EC bags and am always in search of the "perfect" travel bag for business. The HC2 garment bag looked very promising, but after my first trip, I am thinking it will miss the mark. The outside material is very high quality, and looks like it will take a beating, the inside however looks more delicate, and I doubt it will hold up to many journeys before the internal zippers give out. The combination of a relatively short handle, and the broad rolling footprint of the bag had me continuously kicking it as I was walking.
Best Uses: Business Travel
Cons: Questionable durability, Small Capacity, Thin Material
Describe Yourself: Career, Practical
Primary use: Business
Pros: Good Capacity, Good design, Lightweight, Stylish