Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 2 20" Expandable Spinner, Ocean Blue, One Size
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- Lightweight and durable expandable four-wheel spinner featuring honeycomb framing
- Stabilizing grooved handle tubes
- Low-profile neoprene comfort carry handles
- Measurements: 20" x 14" x 9", Weight: approx. 7.2 lbs.
The Travelpro maxlite 2 20-inches expandable spinner upright luggage is ultra-lightweight, and features a 4-wheel spinner system that provides a smooth glide with 360 degree maneuverability, 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
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Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019
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It's basically a rolling box, so it's roomy within the limits of it's dimensions. Enough space for a few days on the road. It fits nicely into overhead bins on planes, or on the luggage shelf in trains. Feels quite sturdy and durable. The handle is comfortable.
I like that there are handles on three sides, so you can pick the bag up from the top, and assist with your other hand from side or bottom while placing it into a car trunk, or retrieving it from an overhead bin. the handles feel very sturdy.
One down side I've noticed is when I am on a subway going to or from an airport. Because there are four wheels, rather than two, it is always rolling. So, you really have to hold on to it when on a moving subway train, for example, or it will simply roll away with the rocking movement of the train. When a two-wheel bag is upright, the stationary feet in front keep it from running away.
There is a nice zippered mesh compartment on the inside of the front panel, which is good for ties, and small, flat items. A handy zippered compartment on the outside front of the bag is great for papers, small electronics, tickets, etc. It actually holds quite a bit. That section in turn has another small zippered pouch that I find useful for keys, or thumb drives - the sorts of things that you want at the ready, but are small and tend to get lost somewhere at the bottom of a bag.
There is an second zipper along the front of the bag that allows it to expand and hold more by releasing a baffle. I have not had cause to use this yet, but I find myself sometimes unzipping it when I think I'm unzipping the bag itself. For me, this is the one design flaw of the bag. The zippers are right next to each other, and look and feel exactly the same. I've added a small key ring to the zipper that opens the luggage to make it instantly identifiable as the one I want.