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- Squared full-capacity design
- Full-zip interior divider with organization pockets
- Side mounted TSA lock
- 3 pc set contains 1 ea: 20/24/28 spinner
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Transport your travel essentials effortlessly and stylishly. This extremely lightweight and durable spinner features 100 percentage polycarbonate construction with sharp molded details. Made to absorb impact by flexing while under stress then popping back to its original shape, eliminating dents and dings while protecting its contents. An elegant brushed pattern hides any potential scratches or scuffs from your journeys. The fully-lined interior has cross-straps, a privacy curtain with its own zippered organizational pockets. Tsa approved combination lock for security and peace of mind.
- Product Dimensions: 19 x 12 x 28 inches
- Shipping Weight: 29.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01MS1JDVG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2016
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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I've thrown them on and off buses, dragged them from train to train, crammed them in and out of more taxis and shuttles than I can count, and dragged them about a mile and a half down the road in the rain (they're surprisingly water resistant at the seams and expansion fabric...although certainly not water proof).
Through it all the handles have held up, despite the larger two consistently weighing in at 70 lbs and the carry-on frequently tipping the scale at close to 40 lbs (don't tell the airlines...that's way too heavy for a carry-on to be) and the wheels are still in amazing shape.
The bags also look fantastic given them beating they get! There are a few scratches here and there and I've frequently gotten a bag back with a corner smashed in...but it always pops right back into place with no issues, and the contents are always safe and secure.
The locks are still in perfect working order...the handles still slide in and out easily and feel solid when locked into place. All of the zippers work perfectly.
The single significant gripe I have about this set of bags that would make it absolutely perfect would be more handles.
The carry-on only has a handle on the top of the bag...which makes it a bit awkward for carrying up and down stairs...a side handle like the other two have would be ideal.
It would also be nice if there was a grip of some sort on the bottom so that you could more easily lift with two hands when moving it up onto a rack or something of that nature...while most purchasers won't use them to the degree that I do, most will at some point want to put this bag onto a stand in the hotel or lift one up onto a shelf in the terminal bus...the largest bag in particular has a deceptive amount of storage space (I've had it loaded to 104 lbs) and picking it up by the top handle and a rotating wheel is...not super fun.
That one caveat though shouldn't discourage anyone from buying them...they've stood as well and better to any number of other more expensive bags I've owned, including other Samsonites...I've been very pleased with them, and expect them to last at least another few years at my current travel pace. For people like my parents who only fly a few times a year this bag could very well be the last one you ever have to buy.
I've now purchased 3 full sets of this luggage, 2 in Charcoal for me and a purple set for my girlfriend. I can literally pack everything we own save our camping gear and bikes in those 9 bags...to date the only issue I've ever had was that someone tried to get into one of them and tore through the zipper with a screwdriver or knife...the end result was one zipper clasp was completely missing and a few teeth on the zipper got bent up pretty badly. I sent it off to one of their authorized dealers in Singapore though and was able to repair it with no issues while I was in Malaysia for a few months.
We have only been using this luggage since December and on our last trip we found that the middle piece was broken during our trip. I don't know what Southwest did to the bag but that is the point of luggage, to protect your things as it gets tossed around in baggage on an airplane. When we picked the middle piece up from baggage claim we could not lift up the handle. It was stuck inside the suitcase. When we opened up the suitcase the handle casing and the handle was extremely bent. By pushing down on the bent piece I was able to pull the handle up and take the picture attached.
I contacted Samsonite because I believed they would care about their reputation and brand and want to replace the luggage. I even offered to repair it myself if they could send me parts. They sent me an email saying I can buy some parts or find someone to repair my suitcase. Please tell me, people, if I have unrealistic expectations. As I said, I've never experienced this and I've traveled a lot and had a lot of suitcases with pull up handles. I think this suitcase is garbage and Samsonite should give me my money back or replace it. But since they didn't feel the same way at least I might be able to guide others away from buying their products.
If you worry about scratches or scuffs, then do not get any hard case luggage. They all do this. These are shiny, so the scratches may be a bit more noticeable, but really, the only way to not get scratches is to get cloth luggage. But these are great!