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- Four multi-directional dual spinner wheels for easy mobility. Rolls upright so there is no weight on your arm or shoulder.
- Large, self-mending #10 coil zippers for flawless closure
- Multiple exterior and interior pockets keep you organized
- Spinner carry-ons have zippered side pocket for magazines, umbrella, or a beverage container
- 85% Polyester/15% Nylon
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Dk3 is the perfect companion for the business traveler by taking functionality and style to new heights constructed of rugged and lightweight fabric that is exceptionally resistant to abrasions, punctures, tears, or moisture. Plus, dk3's dual spinner wheeLong sleeve not only look stylish and sporty, but create solid balance and great mobility over hard or soft surfaces alike. Dk3 delivers the perfect combination of lightweight construction, durability, and fashion and can be your ultimate packing solution with its large capacity and organizational features
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- ASIN: B01MRCI1DG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 15, 2016
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Update 11/8/2016 - It's been a year and I still love this. I've used it on multiple trips and it's still working well. I've rolled it on bumpy ground like bricks and stuff and it's holding up. I'm buying another one which reminded me to post an update about this. Yeah I recommend this suitcase.
My only complaint is that this bag is listed as a 21" spinner carry-on bag, but the actual size of the bag is closer to 23" counting the wheels and top handle (not the retractable handle). I am sure that it would get by as a carry-on for most US airlines, but if they decide to get picky, it would not qualify and you would probably have to check the bag at additional cost.
All Airlines require the the bag size dimensions between 21" and 22" as the maximum size and that includes the wheels and handles....European airlines are even stricter, and only allow bags no larger than 20" in the cabin because their planes have smaller overhead compartments So why don't the luggage manufacturers comply with those standards
Original Review: After much research and reading of reviews I settled on this to replace what I used to use for work trips. Overall the case is fine - it held plenty for my last 8 day trip, but I was not impressed with the handle. Admittedly, I had a lot packed, but I wasn't anywhere near the weight limits and I just didn't have much confidence in the handle when using the "spinner" function so I defaulted to dragging it on 2 wheels, which sort of defeated the purpose of buying a spinner. I found that the handle's bars tended to twist when I tried to maneuver it on 4 wheels and at one point I was sure it was going to snap - not at all what I expect from a case I need to be durable! It looks good, but because of the color it quickly shows dirt (I had to check at one point because I'd bought some wine). I'll keep the case, but will be careful when "spinning"!
I ended up returning the bag because I did not want to go through the hassle every time I fly. I got a hard sided Samsonite instead and have had zero issues on subsequent flights.