Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 2 25" Expandable Rollaboard, Black, One Size
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- 100% Polyester
- Fabric lining
- Zipper closure
- 25" high
- Special grooved handle tubes provide extra strength and handle stability when supporting totes
- Rollaboard models expand 1-1/2-inches maximizing space and packing flexibility
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The Travelpro maxlite 2 25-inches expandable rollaboard is is ultra-lightweight, allowing you to pack more without exceeding baggage weight limits, a honeycomb framing system and eva foam construction provide exceptional durability while keeping it super light, the built in protective skid guards, corner guards and crash-guard wheel housings protect against potential damage during travel and the telescoping handle with two stops at 38-inches and 41-inches ensures a comfortable roll for users of different height, limited lifetime warranty
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 18.5 x 25 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.45 pounds
- ASIN: B005ME38A8
- Item model number: 4011125
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 25, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Travelpro: Doesn't it seem obvious you could make this luggage better using a bar rather than two independent vulnerable legs?
Update: The leg repair survived an even longer trip, together with the newly purchased OGIO Luggage Frenzy 25-Inch Bag. If you can get by with about 10% less luggage space than this Travelpro, I'd recommend the Ogio luggage over the Travelpro.
I am happy that I found great value by finding a great quality product at a good price.
Update as of July 2013:
After using the luggage for awhile, I can say that I would definitely prefer the 2 wheels rather than four for the following reasons:
a) It is difficult to keep a 4 wheeler stationary in one spot. On any surface that is slightly curved, it will automatically slide to the lowest point and this is frustrating especially if you just want it to stay put.
b) I find it easier to drag a two wheeler than to slide a four wheeler.
c) The 2 wheeler is 7.4 lbs vs 8.6 lbs for the 4 wheeler
d) I can't justify a higher price for the 4 wheels based on a) b) and c) above.