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Not the dimensions published.,
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This review is from: Rockland Luggage 22 Inch Rolling Duffle Bag (Apparel)
This bag is larger than it says in the published dimensions -- on both Amazon and the ebags website. It is longer and total linear dimensions greater than what is allowed for carry-on by the airline. Also as other reviewers noted PVC reek is oppressive. When I called ebags to return it the lady was rude and refused to return my shipping costs -- fortunately Amazon took care of that (I love you Amazon!).
So if you're looking for a carry-on bag look elsewhere.
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Initial post: May 30, 2011 7:45:57 PM PDT
D. MORANT says:
Would you mind measuring the actual dimensions please? I actually got this as a gift for some1 to use as a carry-on so i'd LOVE to know how big this thing actually is
Posted on Aug 31, 2011 7:11:36 PM PDT
Caroline E. Bissonette says:
Well I got the purple one with hearts and while the dimensions were a little off from the airline measurements (which are 9x14x22) and the bag's measurements are 10x12x22, the total linear measurement is 45 linear inches, which match the airline standards. Others have been able to bring it as a carry on per previous comments as well. I hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 1, 2011 7:46:01 AM PDT
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Posted on Jan 18, 2012 4:15:10 PM PST
Just wanted to let everyone know.. I have been on the united & continental airlines and just because they say 45" is the biggest your bag can be, or that only one carry on is allowed is kinda not true.. been able to carry one small carry on, one medium carry on, plus one a little bigger size.. no problems.. I guess its all a matter of which airline you use.. My dad flew with me and was able to fly with two good size bags on.. Not sure the exact size of the biggest bags we were able to fly with, but I would say every bit of over 50".. And besides if you have to big of a bag I guess bigger than the one's we had you can put it under the plane & not pay anything extra for that either..
Posted on Apr 25, 2012 9:31:48 AM PDT
Scott McCready says:
this works as a carry on....some people just aren't ever happy....i feel bad for you
no commetns on construction or quality...just that the dimensions are off by a few inches...lmao so sorry for you
Posted on Jul 2, 2012 7:37:17 AM PDT
It all depends on the airline. This is fine for Southwest, they allow a carry-on that measures 24" long x 10" x 16".
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 28, 2012 3:41:44 PM PDT
A. Watkins says:
I agree it all depends on the airline I followed the dimensions when flying with frontier and other people on the flight had HUGE bags as their carry on. Really they give dimensions so everyone can have an equal amount of carry on room in the upper storage areas. As long as it is small and close to the size limit it will be fine I have never seen anyone at the check in counter measure bags for carry on.
Posted on Mar 1, 2013 10:56:59 AM PST
Nowhere in the description does it say that the bag can or should be used as a carry on! Additionally, carry on requirements vary from airline to airline. I don't see why there is so much fuss over whether or not it can be used as a carry on. Maybe the product isn't as described and that is cause for frustration, but that in addition to not fitting the requirements for a carry on is no reason to only give the product 2 stars. It is the responsibility of the individual flying to know the requirements of the carry on and to double check that his or her bags meet this requirement. Also, if you had an issue with the vendor your commentary belongs on the vendor page not on the product page. The product page is where you rate the quality of the product!
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