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- 100% Polyester
- Nylon lining
- Zipper Closure
- 10" high
- 20" wide
- Constructed of durable 600 denier polyester. Each set contains 1 ea: 21/25/29 spinner
- Four, multi-directional spinner wheels for easy mobility. Rolls upright so there is no weight on your arm.
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2 Year Luggage/Handbag Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
- Covers virtually everything that can go wrong with your product from the handle to the wheels
- Plan has stain coverage along with coverage for defects in materials and workmanship and breakdowns from normal wear and tear
- Coverage includes: Damage to fabric, vinyl, leather seam separation and slippage, rips, tears, and loss of foam
- No deductibles or additional fees. Easy claims online or by phone. Contract is emailed to you within hours of your purchase.
- Fully Transferable. 100% refund within first 30 days
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Add a pop of color to your travels, this is a 3-piece spinner collection that's perfect for the leisure traveler who wants to make a bold statement on the go
- Product Dimensions: 29 x 20 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 34.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B007UNSHJ6
- Item model number: 47597
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 29, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Structurally, they only have reinforced corners, so an item laying on one of them will not depress the luggage much. However, along the edges there is no major support, so the suitcase will sag if any significant weight is applied to it. For the price, this is something to be expected, but it should at least be a consideration if you plan on packing anything fragile in the suitcase.
In terms of storage, there are three various sized exterior pockets that would be suitable for documents and small, relatively flat items you may want to access. Only one of these pockets can be locked. On the inside, there is a single full size mesh pocket on the top flap of each bag. Each suitcase comes with two elastic straps that will require you to rummage around in your packed suitcase to put them together.
The wheels held up well and no visible damage was seen from any trip. After being on six different plane flights, the wheels all roll as smoothly as they did when new. In fact, they are so smooth that our one year old can easily push a loaded suitcase along a smooth floor with minimal effort.
For size, they are capable (and come shipped this way) of being loaded one inside the other for easier storage. The two larger ones will not fit in any overhead bin I am familiar with. Speaking of, the smallest only came in the cabin for the final leg and was rather tricky to place in a bin. While it technically fits (by the smallest of margins in a 777 overhead bin), the wheels create some interesting problems. If the bin is the curved type found in some newer planes, the bag will actually roll forward with ease when placed lengthwise in a bin, unless there is another bag directly next to it to hold it in place. Inserting it in backwards (with the wheels facing you) will prevent this, but then makes it hard to remove as there is no bottom handle on any of these.
For weight, they weigh almost nothing, which is a good/bad thing. It takes up less of your weight allowance, and makes it easier for some to manage it. However, this partly comes from a lack of structural support throughout the entire suitcase.
Finally, on to looks. Personally, I can care less how it looks, so long as I can easily spot it on a conveyor belt. After picking these up four times, I found that I had no issue picking out the light blue ones from the sea of black and brown bags out there. However, there were two legs where rain got on them, which caused a lot of discoloration. Additionally, all that dirt and grime lurking in the cargo hold will find your suitcase and smother it with a variety of ugly spots. If looks matter, I would avoid this color.
Overall, they were easy to lift and move, and provided adequate protection to mostly clothing and books. The elastic straps were irritating to use as it requires you to hunt for them at the bottom of your stuff to hook up. Also, it would be nice to see a bottom strap because it makes lifting the suitcase up onto a luggage holder a much more enjoyable experience on your back.
I love the spinner wheels, this luggage rolls so nice and with only a finger you can push it right along beside you. No more pulling it behind you (although you could if you really wanted.) At Detroit airport they have many escalators, and this handled them perfectly, just pushed it right on the tread in front of me and then right off at the end. So much better then non spinner wheel luggage you fight with to get on and off the escalators.
In January I will have flown 6 times and taken a cruise with this luggage. If it still is holding up, I will be purchasing another set or 2 and getting rid of all my other luggage!