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- 100% Abs
- 32" high
- 13" wide
- Two large front pockets
- Clear skate wheels
- Full lining
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This 2 pc. Set is made of ABS. The major benefits of this material - it is extremely lightweight, it is durable, and protects the contents of your luggage. Eight multi directional spinner wheels rotate 360 degrees for easy maneuverability. This luggage allows you to pack more while avoiding the excess weight surcharges imposed by most airlines. Expandable Multi-directional spinner wheels for easy maneuverability Modern internal chrome telescoping handle with push button handle. Interior mesh and zip pocket and elastic pocket 3 year warranty. 20"X13"x9" weighs 6 lbs, 28"x17"x12" weighs 10 lbs.
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 13 x 32 inches
- Shipping Weight: 18.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00FB4X3G8
- Item model number: F225
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 10, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have not used them in expanded (unzipped) mode, but I would expect a good experience.
- the wheels were solid;
- the vendor had honest business practices.
But the wheels are flimsy and the vendor has the work ethic of a rabid weasel, so do yourself a favor and STAY AWAY! STAY AWAY LIKE THE PLAGUE! And buy from somebody else instead.
I bought a Rockland Melbourne set one year ago. I was initially very happy with them. I travel at least once a month, and I would use the smaller one as my cabin luggage, but sometimes I could also expand it to hold more cargo. When I needed even more capacity, I would take both the small and medium suitcases; and if I had less stuff on the way back, I could always put the small suitcase in the medium suitcase. Convenient! I definitely used them a lot, but at the same time, since I'm always traveling by plane, I never overleaded them, because US airlines charge you an arm and a leg if your suitcase exceeds 50 pounds.
In the first few months, everything went well, and I had only great things to say about those suitcases. The 4 wheels were extremely convenient, and a few times, I managed to haul all 3 pieces of luggage by myself like a champ.
And then I started to have issues with the smaller one. It was as if the wheels wouldn't spin very well. I tried to clean them, but it didn't help. It's only when I compared the front wheels and the back wheels that I realized what was going on: the wheels were literally disintegrating; they were shedding away lumps of plastic until almost nothing was left.
See what I mean on this picture: [...]
On the right, a good, healthy wheel. On the left, the poor remnants of a wheel. Doesn't roll very well.
I decided to stop using the smaller suitcase, but continued to use the two others ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Luggage is just what the Mrs. wanted. The rollers work great and the interior is sectioned off in a way that holds the clothes exactly how you want. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stephen Moss
I find myself impressed by the initial quality and light weight of this luggage set. We shall see how they handle the upcoming move they were purchased for. More to come.Published 4 days ago by USNRHO
This luggage didn't survive its first trip. The extending handle broke during the trip and won't work.Published 4 days ago by Jeanne M. Heil
I was worried about durability, but they are still kicking after many military TDY's.Published 4 days ago by Bruce Bates
Very durable and light weight. Expander on both are great for fitting in all of the extra stuff you forgot and add at the last minute. Looks nice.Published 4 days ago by Good