Eagle Creek Expanse Convertible International Carry-On Black
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- Spacious interior with compression straps and mesh panel pocket for organization.
- Side compression straps keep interior items from shifting.
- External lash points to attach additional gear.
- Dual oversized treaded wheels with bumper protection.
- Zip-away breathable 3D air mesh backpack straps and ventilated padded back panel.
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When we think about the Expanse Convertible International Carry-On, the words "go-with-the-flow" immediately come to mind. Thanks to super comfy and ventilated zip-away backpack straps, you have the option to wheel or carry this adaptable suitcase, an option you'll be grateful for when you encounter long flights of stairs or a thick patch of snow. When you do choose to carry it, though, it won't be because the wheels can't handle the trail: oversized treaded wheels with bumper protection guarantee a steady roll nearly anywhere. Hit a rainstorm on your journey? This bag continues to roll with the punches with extremely durable and water-resistant ripstop fabric. Hop a train or take the next flight overseas! At a compact size that fits international carry-on requirements, the Eagle Creek Expanse Convertible International Carry-On is ready to follow you wherever your wanderlust leads you.Â
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I loved it and will definitely purchase another like it.
'A worth-it purchase!
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For example, at 2.7kg it's actually quite light for a roller case/ backpack combo.
The backpack straps are not just an afterthought but properly padded as is the back plate. There's no suspension- that's the only bad part, and no waist belt (unlike the Osprey ozone 36 convertible - has suspension... but that doesn't seem to be easily available now/ it's discontinued, plus it's more expensive). Waist belt would have allowed longer distance comfort when carrying on back, but it's fine for short distance carrying (e.g going to airport gate or over cobble stones, but not for hours).
The handle for pulling as a trolley is sturdy and the wheels are pretty good. Not silent in operation but not rickety either. In fact the best thing about this product is the quality. Everything feels pretty solid, even compared to my old Samsonite hard case, which is itself very well made. In fact I returned several other cabin luggage pieces prior to settling on this one, so the build quality is apparent.
The inside space is a bit tight - it says 33l total - beware that's not much more than a smaller backpack (like my pacsafe venturesafe x30 for example which is 54x30x30 cm- a whole 10cm narrower than this)....but Eagle creek do provide accurate measurements so you get what you say they get- it's a reason to learn to pack light!
The only downsides for me are the colour options are all a bit meh, and I think the design is much less trendy than the osprey ozone 36 convertible (which I've already said is more expensive and harder to obtain) and the rest of the Eagle creek range. Finally the front pocket is just a massive pocket - which is great for space, but it could have contained a smaller zipped passport sized pocket perhaps.
One last thing - there's no dedicated laptop pocket, but I use my laptop and soft case, slipping it into in the front pocket, and then pack shoes, cables, toiletries and clothes in the main one.
Combine your packing with eagle creek packing cubes and you'll get the absolute most out of every inch of space, it's a bit addictive. Once you start appreciating the quality of the Eagle creek range you miffy not be able to stop buying all the bits!
Overall a great bag, backed by the No Matter What Lifetime Warranty.
Ideal sports travel bag.