About Travelpro Crew 9 Hardside Spinner Suitcase - 29”, Expandable
Closeouts. A dependable choice for the well-traveled, the hard-wearing Travelpro Crew 9 hardside spinner suitcase is equipped with a zippered drop-down panel to create two interior compartments for organized packing.
Specs about Travelpro Crew 9 Hardside Spinner Suitcase - 29”, Expandable
- Style: Suitcase
- Features: Expandable
- Features: Hardside
- Capacity: 7965 cu.in.
- Rolling: 4 Wheels
- Carry options: Hand
- Telescopic handle: Yes
- Telescopic handle size (up to): 42-1/2"
- Material: Polycarbonate
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 28.5x13x21.5"
- Weight: 12 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in China
- Prop 65:This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Reykjavik bound from NOLA on Wednesday, March 22, 2017A steal at this price.
Reviewed by JimFamGuy from TX on Wednesday, November 2, 2016Well made suitcase, but enormous! Too large for trunk! When fully packed, weight may become a problem. Takes up a lot of space even on a hotel room floor.
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Travelpro does not give specifics about why the Prop 69 is attached.
It doesn't say 'not allowed in California.' And basically, the substance that could contribute to causing cancer is plastic. So there you go. What you have here is a nonsensical warning mandated by a hysterical legislature in a state that's politics has gone nuts. The vast majority of manufactured items in the world require this warning to be sold in California. The results of this kind of insane regulatory overreach are that it does more harm than good. It scares people who don't understand the context - yeah, the suitcase could contribute to causing cancer....if you smoke it!...and for everyone else, it desensitized them to safety warnings; kind of a boy who cries 'wolf' scenario.
“Are the wheels included in the measurements for this suitcase? How easy is it to remove the wheels? I want to use it for international travel but it appears to be just above the allowed measurements.