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- 20": 19.5" x 14" x 7"
- 24.5": 24" x 17" x 8"
- 28": 28.5" x 19" x 10.5"
- Collection includes: 20", 24" and 28" upright spinners
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For trips large or small, choose to travel with the Wenger Zurich Spinner Luggage Collection. All items feature a locking telescopic handle, deluxe 8-wheel spinner system and a rugged side carry handle for added convenience. Expansion capabilities provide you with extra packing space when needed and the cases are made of durable materials and hardware to withstand the normal wear and tear caused during travel.
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 24 x 17 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01KMWZABY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 16, 2014
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After just one trip, the fabric appeared "dented" and dirty. The marks on the outside could not be cleaned away. With each subsequent trip, the bag continued to look more and more worn: dents and divots on the bumpers at the corners of the bag; frayed stitching around the corners that were not protected by bumpers, discoloration #paint loss?# on the handle, more dents in the fabric around the sides, more marks that could not be cleaned away.
After about the 3rd trip, the zipper on the expansion section broke. I never used the expansion section and I do not pack my bags very full, as the weight of a densely packed bag is too much for me to handle. #You still have to lift sometimes, even when using a spinner bag.#
I bought the bag to use on business trips, so the conditions it has been exposed to are not especially harsh: home, trunk of car, airport, hotel. Very limited time outdoors. After about 6 trips it is spent. By contrast, I have a less expensive carry style bag from Ebags of about the same capacity that I use for vacations. This one has been hand-carried on camping trips, to the beach, through youth hostels, sloshed through wet parking lots in snowstorms, etc. -- and it has held up better. Still looks wonderful.
The Swiss Gear bag is still good on the inside, and the wheels are good. The 8-wheel design allows it to roll nicely over all sorts of surfaces. But the bag just looks so beat up by now that I am embarrassed to use it anymore. It just does not look professional.
I am very disappointed in the Swiss brand name after this experience.