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- 2.6Mm Abs Polyestercarbonate Shell
- Size including wheels: 21" x 14" x 10" weight: 5 lbs
- Inline skate wheels
- Fully lined interior with cross straps to hold contents in place
- Made In China
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The Xcase is one of the world's lightest pieces of carry-on luggage, weighing a mere 5.3 lbs. Meeting the maximum allowable carry-on size for most airlines, the Xcase features several smart interior features, including a built-in divider and cross straps to reduce wrinkled clothes. A single-tube push-button telescoping handle lets you wheel it across the airport with ease.
The Xcase is the World's Lightest Carry-on weighing a mere 5.3 lbs, but what makes this feat all the more impressive is its size and interior. Full zippered opening with easy grip zipper pulls. Now with 15% more room!
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 9 x 22 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.6 pounds
- ASIN: B002FDLN56
- Item model number: DS04-20-Fuschia-One Size
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 15, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Light as a feather, easily maneuverable upon inline skate wheels, I had my 6 and 4 year-olds pulling them fully loaded around airports with no difficulties.
Note: Heys is going through something of an unannounced model change with these items. Newer items have a built-in TSA-approved 3-digit combo lock; older items include an unattached NON-TSA-approved 3-digit combo lock, which is obviously useless for US travel. If you get sent an older one, and you have enough time before your trip, I suggest exchanging it for one with the built-in lock.
Problems? Well, as expected, the surface scratches very easily. If that is a problem for you, I suggest paying extra to purchase matte finish Heys XCase-NS Carry On or exotic finish Heys XCase Exotic Carry On models. Chances are that you WILL be required to check it at the gate if you travel on small regional jets like we did. (If you regularly fly on such smaller aircraft, a Heys XCase Mini Carry On might be a better choice.) In addition the older one's handle will not lock at the half height level due to an obvious fit defect, which could be an issue for the short. We are debating whether or not to return it for exchange.
We researched multiple retailers, and thought we found a good sturdy piece of luggage that would last our 2.5 weeks trip. We spent $79.99 on this piece for the largest sized Heys Luggage.
We still had the receipt in our hands, and tags and pictures to send to the company.
Their resolution was to send the luggage to them and they will fix it. Well, the luggage was not usable and was in the garbage! Their second solution = I BUY ANOTHER LUGGAGE AT WHOLESALE PRICE FOR $75! If I have to spend the same amount of money to replace a defective item, be very sure that I would not buy another HEYS! I would never wish this horrible experience on anyone! DO NOT BUY HEYS PRODUCTS! NOT MADE WELL!
We also bought the red one, which is very very nice looking. Scratches easy, but it goes with the territory!
My typical travel is 3-4 days for business. With the help of some packing cubes, this bag is perfect for holding everything I need. For longer trips, it's possible to pack even more -- I'll admit to sitting on it to help close it enough to zip it up. It is STRONG!! My colleagues are always shocked that I can pack everything I need into such a small carry on bag.
Because it's lightweight, it's easy to lift into overheads or carry down steps. It DOES scratch fairly easily -- and after a dozen or two trips, it is banged up a bit (mostly from cabs and hotel checking, versus air travel). But that's a small price to pay for a bag I have NEVER had to check, even on a regional jet. If it is not overstuffed, it seems to fit even in small overheads with relative ease. It also rolls effortlessly thru airports and I can usually wheel it to my seat on jets without trouble.
When it arrived, it did smell strongly of paint, but it faded within a few weeks. I am somewhat concerned that since I use it so much and pack it pretty full that the zipper may break, etc. But I love the bag so I'll definitely buy another should that happen! For under $100, it's a steal.
If you really need ultra lightweight luggage this may be the way to go but the trade off is too large for me, what's the point of lightweight if it cannot stand up to the rigors of travel? 3/4 over 3 trips is just too high of a fail rate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this little suitcase in blue for years, and I think it's perfect. Amazingly roomy, it looks great, all parts are still functioning. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Veetee
Somehow I feel my item wasn't a new one, but I didn't bother to return it.Published 24 months ago by GreenSandSand
This Heys SCase Carry-On is by far my favorite carry-on. In fact, I donated the other two carry-ons I used to own.Published on March 12, 2014 by Ocram
MY,MY the price was right ,the size ,very convenient.was perfect great gain for us.My grandchildren enjoy the weight and colorPublished on December 15, 2013 by blondlockx
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i would never check this bag in, but its perfect for a quick vacation. Surprisingly roomy and very light. But i just dont think its a sturdy case.Published on April 29, 2013 by Kristen Moreno
My girlfriend LOVES it. Perfect for her upcoming trips and her favorite color!! Easy to use and very light weight. Great gift for any travelerPublished on December 2, 2012 by Stuart J. Mccall
I'm a pretty fit and independent woman and often travel alone, and I always struggled getting my old heavy duty carry on into and out of a plane's overhead compartment, worrying... Read morePublished on September 27, 2012 by AZ Irwin
I bought this suitcase about 3 years ago and I just got back from a trip and ordered another one. The current one's handle broke on one side, the zippers are splitting, and the... Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by Olozbal