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- 100% nylon
- Nylon lining
- 26" high
- Deluxe suiter system with padded foam bar keeps clothes wrinkle-free during travel and can be easily removed when not in use
- Roomy main compartment expands 2 1/2-inch , maximizing space and packing flexibility
- Polypropylene pp honeycomb framing system with eva foam construction, and 2000d twist nylon fabric with duraguard coating provides exceptionally lightweight durability
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Travelpro’s crew 9 has long been the choice of flight crews and frequent travelers, the 26-inch expandable rollaboard suiter 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: 11.5 x 18.5 x 26 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.4 pounds
- ASIN: B0089AXYYW
- Item model number: 4071226
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 28, 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
This bag in particular is just about the right size for anyone wanting to pack both hanging and rolled/folded (or pack cube packed) items for a week or longer trip. Due to current size and weight restrictions, I find it difficult to recommend a larger bag unless someone wants to pay a surcharge for their checked luggage.
While I do worry that the handle will extend and be abused by equipment or personnel during loading or unloading, so far, my fears have been misplaced. The handle is sturdy and has extension stops for a couple of positions. The liner is waterproof and we have never had wet contents in spite of rain. The exterior zipped pockets are more useful for trips by auto than airline usage.
I should also mention that, to save money, I went with a used item in "Very Good" condition. I have found in the past that this usually means brand-new but the box has been opened. That was the case and my slight criticism has nothing to do with new versus used.
This is a high quality suit case that is packed with features. Upon unpacking it, you can feel the quality, especially the handle and the wheels. While not as tough looking as the flight crew models, this one runs a close second. I like the fact that Travelpro has a repair facility in Florida, which would make repairs quick and easy if needed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They are a little pricey, but two trips and they are working out great, time will tell if they are worth the price. They are built really well.Published 18 days ago by J. Hodge
I did a bit of research before deciding on this particular bag because many others seemed to have bad reviews for poor construction. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rich L
We searched a lot to make this purchase. So far, it is very impressive, especially the suit feature.Published 6 months ago by John G. Gorrell
I actually intended to order the slightly larger version, and was sent a smaller one by accident. Lucky for me, there's enough storage in the one I was sent that I have zero... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Samuel B.
Excellent piece of luggage! It is exactly what I was looking for, and it has performed flawlessly!Published 10 months ago by David Hasser
Just right and every time I go to the airport, I am confident that I am over 50lbs, but I am always around 46/47lbs. Nice bag!Published 11 months ago by Scott
Grey color shows dirt and abrasion from airline carousel. Zipper pull broke on 2nd use, fatigued metal zipper pull seemed to be the problem.Company provided replacement pull.Published 13 months ago by K Rizz
Nice luggage. What I was expecting. Hope it lasts as long as my Crew 6 which was systematically destroyed by the airlines.Published 16 months ago by rrogers