Samsonite Black Label Cosmolite Spinner 74/27
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- 100% Curv
- Zipper closure
- Four wheels. Zero effort. Multidirectional spinner wheels allow rolling in multiple directions.
- Fixed TSA approved combination lock offers extra protection
- Fully lined interior
- Cross tie-tapes to hold contents in place
- Bungee cord for securing baggage on top
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The strongest and lightest Samsonite ever thanks to revolutionary curv technology. Curv is a reinforced material made from woven threads of polypropylene and is exclusive to Samsonite. Its specially molded shell-like ridges create style and distinction upique to cosmolite. Made in Europe.
- Product Dimensions: 27 x 20 x 12 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003GCUO32
- Item model number: 41207
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 18, 2004
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
However, after returning from a recent business trip in October 2013, the wheels stopped spinning and would no longer roll smoothly. After sending it to the Samonsite Repair Center, they stated that it was due to wear and tear from use, and not covered by the 10 year warranty and would cost me over $100 to repair. Since purchasing it in 2012, I have taken it on approximately 10 business trips and have never exceeded airline weight limits. This is far from excessive use, and for spending $500+ on a nice piece of luggage, I expected it to last longer than less than 2 years of moderate use. HIGHLY disappointing.
Great and comphortable to stroll with.
I also got the smallest one, fits the cabin overhead compartment, and it is great.
Problems with the Check-On Size:
1. Zipper – The zipper on this suitcase is not strong enough for a check-on bag. The problem is that since the zipper is in the middle of the suitcase (butterfly design), all of the weight from the contents weighs down on the weak zipper, especially when it is lifted...causing a lot of strain even when loaded normally (40-50lbs). Even though I do not travel that often and do not overstuff my bag, the zipper has split open each time that I do travel, and I worry that the contents will fall out when it appears on the luggage carousel. I do not think that the zipper or wheels are covered by the warranty. I am extremely disappointed by spending $600 on a suitcase that doesn't stay closed and causes me stress worrying about the contents to the point where I can no longer use it. It certainly would have been a better decision to buy the cheapest suitcase and just replace anytime that it has damage...than to buy a super expensive suitcase that did not even survive one trip. If you do end up buying this suitcase, I highly recommend using straps to help secure it closed and put less strain on the zipper.
2. Only One Handle – There are two versions of this suitcase depending on if it is made in Europe or not. One of the two versions does not have a top handle (only a side handle), which makes it very difficult to lift in different ways. I lucked out and was sent the one with two handles...but do not know how to specify this as my carry-on bag only has one handle.
3. Difficulty Rolling – When fully loaded (up to normal 50lb weight of check-on suitcases), it is more difficult to roll around than some other suitcases and has to be tilted and rolled on two wheels.Read more ›
I've went on one trip so far with this luggage and it worked out pretty well. There was no scuffs after the first trip, but I can see how it's possible with the other colors that other user's experienced. The wheels were very sturdy and stable. There is a cover over the zippy to protect the zipper which was nice as it gets protected. On the flipside, the cover does make it a bit hard to put it in the lock. There is no usual spring function that kicks out the zipper handles when you unlock it, but I guess it's not a big deal. This luggage opens up in the middle, so there is not really a way to use this on the luggage stands in hotels. I do usually worry if the zippers will hold. I can see how some users complain about the zipper being pressed. Hope this products last long
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The wheels are too small and difficult to roll and maneuver. Anything other than smooth cement floors becomes cumbersome , with those small wheels. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kay Serah
I absolutely love it. A friend recommended it and it certainly met my ecpectationsPublished 23 months ago by Birgit L Dewhurst
My previous roller luggage from Samsonite died after 7-years of travel through Europe, Russia and the US. Read morePublished on July 13, 2014 by Hammid