- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 12 pounds
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- ASIN: B00HUMHMM0
- Item model number: 531-6-2226
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #435,168 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Timbuk2 Aviator Wheeled Backpack, Grey, Large
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4.1 Kilograms|
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|Shipping Weight||11.95 pounds|
|Style Name||Aviator Wheeled Pack (Large)|
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Their reply: "The fabrics chosen are meant to stand up to normal use and we can't predict or design around accidental damage caused by luggage carousels or any other outside factors. Both normal wear and accidental damage are not covered by our warranty. "
basically, any "normal" damage is not under warranty. I don't like that answer from a company that supposedly builds durable bags. sos for those of you considering this bag. at least do not choose this design. the middle panel fabric is not durable enough to survive normal airplane transfers (via carousels).
I'm going to use this bag until it is worn through to get my $150 worth. just got back from second trip with bag. yep. even more rub damage along middle panel fabric! now on lower part of bag. so, maybe another 5-10 trips based on its current performance, I'll have to retire it. definitely getting another type of travel luggage. lesson learned.
review of rest of bag: seems well built for durability. skate wheels are sold. handle solid. like the multiple handles. haven't used the backpack handles yet (hoping they wouldn't fall out. they haven't. so happy with that). do not like the placement of the main 2 compartment zippers- under a lip flap, which are difficult to get to.
Update: I've revised my original opinion far FAR downward. The bag completely imploded internally on its second use. I thought "no problem, there's a lifetime warranty". TIMBUK2 claims that this is accidental damage that isn't covered...caused by use on an airplane...in bag named "AVIATOR"!??!? They offered 50% off a replacement but why would I ever do that? The bag is well built more or less, but ill suited to the rigors of air travel and actual real world use. If you use it for the purpose that it's marketed for you'll quickly regret it.
However, the bag itself was good. The handles on all sides is unexpectedly helpful and they are quite strong. There are pockets all over as well that are helpful. The top pocket is fairly useless as it zips over the bend, but the other ones are good and large. I went for a 18 day trip and I could pack enough clothing and shoes to last me with only one laundry stop.
And being able to go from backpack to roller was soo nice.
The wheels and handles are very solid. There are very many useful pockets, but using the Timbuk2 OCD Packing Cube and some of their other packing bags helped keep things organized.
It's funny to see a spot for a small lock on the zippers because all the external pockets open into the main sections anyway.
Overall I'm happy with the bag. Being able to use it as a backpack was very nice on cobblestone roads in Italy.