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- 100% Nylon
- Zipper closure
- Expanding roller featuring lightweight and durable honeycomb framing system with EVA foam construction
- Padded computer sleeve and business organizer at front pocket
- 20" x 14" x 9"
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Travelpro’s crew 9 has long been the choice of flight crews and frequent travelers, the 20-inch expandable business plus rollaboard is a leap forward in innovation, lightweight durability and effortless mobility, featuring the patent-pending powerscope extension handle that minimizes wobble when fully extended, it also stops at 38” and 42,5” to ensure a comfortable roll for users of different heights, strong enough to support a tote or case, the powerscope handle has been tested over 15,000 cycles
- Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 23.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0089AXVKE
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
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I waited a long time to purchase a Travelpro suitcase. But with a new job that involves frequent international and domestic travel, I decided to splurge on a product with a good reputation after I went through 3 different suitcases that didn't stand up to the rigors of travel. The appearance and "packability" of the 20-inch Crew 9 rollerboard is great. I love it over all the other suitcases I've used previously. However, on the first trip out, without expanding the suitcase and having a relative light load (<25 lbs), I was dismayed to find that it tipped forward and fell over relatively easily.
I contacted Travelpro and I will give them props for their responsiveness. They directed me to their website to find a certified Travelpro repair center or call them for a Repair Authorization number, if one wasn't locally available. I was able to find a repair person who evaluated my case and changed the skid guard to one that now tilts the case back on its wheels. It didn't tip forward like it did previously, it just became unstable.
I sent some videos to the repair person, one of which is attached here and he placed a second skid guard which seems to have addressed the problem. It may be that I just got a bad suitcase out of what would ordinarily be a very reliable and good product as Travelpro let me know that they had not heard of anyone else having the same difficulty. It's a new line for them, so maybe not enough people have purchased this item yet.
I'm now satisfied with my product, but with that kind of reputation and product that Travelpro has, I shouldn't have had to make the two trips to the repair person in the first place. Hope this helps someone else.
If handles and side pockets don't count I'd be happy to be wrong but I have no interest in negotiating with an airline employee.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a good quality bag but just a little bit bulkier that what I was looking for. The advertised dimensions were about 85% correct. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Craig Burkhart
A strap clamp by the top handle makes me bleed every time I pick it up. I have bled at checkpoints in multiple countries thanks to TravelPro. Poor design on that single spot. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Al Bravo
Excellent and absolutely meets all carry on requirements and holds enough for my 5 day flight to MainePublished 12 months ago by Kerry Crandall
Great bag for the moderate traveler. I travel about 4x per month and this bag hasn't let me down in any way.
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UPDATE: After using this for about a year I can say that this design flaw of it tipping over is HORRENDOUSLY annoying and I HATE this bag because of it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alan
Met all expectations. 4th travelpro over 20 years and all have held up well with weekly use.Published 15 months ago by Pamela Bush