- 100% Polyester
- Polyester lining
- Zipper closure
- 21" shoulder drop
- 22" high
- 14.5" wide
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The MaxLite3 22 inch 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 Airline-grade Telescoping aluminum handle with two stops at 38 inch and 42.5 inch ensures a comfortable roll for users of different height. Limited Lifetime warranty
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 9 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00HXD63QC
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- Item model number: 401132201
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 19, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Heavy business traveler here. This is perfect for 2 suits, 3 shirts, 3 undershirts, 4 socks, 4 sock liners, two cosmetic bags, work shoes, sandals, 2 casual outfits, a few ties, a random computer once in a while. Gives me a solid 4-5 days worth of business travel.
Casual travelers tend to pack heavy---this bag is not for you.
How am I using it:
It's my work horse! I travel regionally by car and flight 4-5 days a week every week for the last 7 years. My previous bag was a very popular, 4 year old-Tumi Tech bought at Costco in 2012.
UPDATE: We purchased a second one for my partner, this bag is excellent!
I was worried about getting hit at airport with a bag that did not fit an airline's bag restrictions. Look it up, there are several different standards and what may fit one airline, may be an inch too long or deep for some other.
We took two of these on a Euro trip involving planes, boats, cars, and such. It fit well into the overhead and no problem at all with airlines making us pay an extra fee to check them. I did stop at several of the different airlines and put it into their framed carry-on thing just to see if it would work on other airline standards. No problem with any of them.
The wheels and handles traveled well in our hands, not checked. These are not spinner wheels that many may like. Were this a much bigger bag, spinners would be more important. Small bag like this, I don't really need spinners.
Additionally, these fit well into several different car trunks in Europe, and those are often small. No problem on the river cruise as the bags slid under beds easy and easy to pull out.
Zipper and zipper handles are well made and no sticking or splitting out. Not sure the zipper handle would travel well if bag is checked. They are of the type I've found that break off easy. But, I don't know that is the case here. The bag does expand well as I stuffed it a couple times with purchases and no problem at all.
It has a nice handle that deploys well with one hand. Some stick and require two hands. This one is nice.
We are getting older and a small bag that handles well, is light for carrying up a couple floors of a foreign B&B, has a nice secure locking ability, and does not allow some airline to zap us with a fee. Good solution.
I was asked a question on the front pocket size - holding a laptop. Can't find the question right now - so. . .
I have a 15x10 laptop that is probably called a 17" and it fits very easy. I have a case for it that is 16.5"x11.5" and it will go into the pocket, but very snug on the corners getting thing zipped - I think it only fits because it is fabric and will flex.
The max size computer I think is about 16"x11". Anything larger may be bit much.