Average Rating based on 6 reviews 3.833333 0 5
Reviewed by Rocko's Dad from Michigan on Sunday, February 23, 2014Very nice looing bag! And very big. Not sure how this is going to work as a carryon like the description states, but bonus points if it does.
Reviewed by gardengirl from puget sound on Tuesday, November 19, 2013happy with this rolling suitcase...it turned out to be bigger than I thought but it is well made. looks like it will hold up to airline treatment!
Reviewed by Chopperbob from Calif. on Monday, October 21, 2013My wife has worked for the largest U.S. Airline for 27 years and has owned numerous bags from Travelpro. As you will see, this bag has been manufactured far below the standards of Travelpro's previous bags.
We bought this bag to take on a month long trip to the Middle East. It went through LAX and EWR-N.J. before going overseas. When we arrived in our N.J. hotel I stuck myself on some sharp, metal screws, exposed on the bottom of the bag! I inspected the bag and realized that a large plastic skid plate that had been fastened to the bottom of the bag had dropped off! Now the bag was resting on only the nylon material of the bag, when the bag stood upright, as in the photo, above. At this point, I notice that the left wheel was bent out at an angle, and I tried to bend it back straight. But the "axle" that it is attached to is very flimsy and would just flex out again. (The bag, loaded, weighed 52 lbs. according the airport scales).
On subsequent days of travel, the bag was very hard to pull because the bent wheels (now BOTH were bent) caused the bag bottom to scuff on the floors and sidewalks. Also, the bag would not stand up and fell over since the skid plate was missing.
To add insult to injury, the bag's zippers were temperamental and would not work well. Fortunately, we dealt with a good company, here, and they promptly gave us a refund on this poorly made product.
Reviewed by Jerry from Colorado on Thursday, September 19, 2013I believe the description somewhere said it was a carry on. But it also said it was a 30" duffle, which of course is not a carry on unless you own a private jet.
I took the chance, I wanted the 30" and that is what I got. Have not used yet, but it is light to begin with and has a lot of room. I am a XXL, so my clothes take up more space and this can handle it.
Reviewed by STPshopper from Minnesota on Tuesday, July 2, 2013Bought this for my son who will spend a school year in China. Very large, open, boxy interior. Not much for interior compartments to sort or divide stuff. The exterior document pocket looks handy.
Reviewed by Josie from Loudonville, NY on Friday, June 14, 2013We needed this type and size suitcase to replace others that had been "destroyed" by baggage handlers and equipment over the years. The price is excellent, the company is one we have bought from before so we know the quality and the size will work well for clothing/shoes/toiletries for two weeks away.......my only objections are that there are no interior pockets or compartments, it doesn't fold flat for storing under a bed and it doesn't have an expansion zipper.......looking forward to its first adventure soon.