Rimowa Salsa Air Cabin Multiwheel - Limited Edition

$495.00
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Sku
PID17796
Warranty
Weight
5 lbs
Brand
Line
Model
820.9.0155
UPC
4003743828524
Luggage Size
22"
Carry-On Type
Domestic Carry-On
Dimensions
21.9" x 15.6" x 8.1"
• Polycarbonate
• Integrated mono-telescopic handle that extends 42.5" from the floor
• Ergonomic top carry handle with comfortable surface
• Inner lining is as light and durable as parachute silk
• First ever recessed TSA combination lock featuring as ABUS lock cylinder, developed and manufactured in Europe
• Netting on the inside keeps everything in its place
• 4 wheel spinners for maximum maneuverability
• Fits in the overhead compartment and is accepted on most domestic flights (Please check with airline - this bag is wider than 14 inches)
• This is a new, unused item. Luggage Pros is an authorized retailer of Rimowa.
• US domestic shipping only. No international shipping.
• Questions? Call 1-800-595-5456 to speak to one of the pros! Or Chat Live now.
Rimowa is proud to introduce their NEW super light weight Salsa Air collection! Rimowa has developed this latest line which is upto 26% lighter than the classic Salsa series but just as strong and robust. Constructed with ultra light weight polycarbonate, the series will return to its original shape if compressed automatically as soon as the pressure is released. Water resistant zippers, practical interior division with a light weight divider on each side of the case top keep your clothes in place during travel. The innovative ABUS TSA recognized locks incorporated into the zipper systems on all Salsa Air Series cases are simple to operate and provide extra security during travel.
Q:
Is it made in Germany?
A:
This item was constructed in Rimowa's facility in Canada. - Answered by Alyson on March 8, 2016
Q:
Is it too big to carry a Rimowa Salsa Air Cabin to the airplane?
A:
The Rimowa Salsa Air Cabin Multiwheel - Limited Edition is considered a carry-on however it is wider than 14" so it is best to check with individual airlines. - Answered by Russell on February 20, 2013
Q:
What is the cubic inch capacity of this limited edition cabin bag?
A:
The Rimowa Salsa Air Cabin Multiwheel has a packing capacity of about 2,105 cubic inches. - Answered by Emma on August 27, 2013
Q:
Why is the LIMITED EDITION Salsa Air heavier than the other Salsa Air luggage with the same dimensions?
A:
The two Rimowa Salsa Air Cabin Multiwheels we are currently selling are the Limited Edition and the Ultralight. The Rimowa Salsa Air Ultralight Cabin Multiwheel is a newer line of the Rimowa Salsa Air which is lighter in weight. They achieved this by removing some features such as the side handle. - Answered by Emma on March 5, 2014

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Great luggage
PROS: I love how light the luggage is. Very durable as I have traveled for many years with Rimowa products and love every piece I own. The rose color is sleek and feminine and is exactly what I have been looking for to add to my collection

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(Posted on 7/8/16)
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Sweetest Carry On Case ever
PROS: Super Light & agile

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(Posted on 3/4/16)
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Great luggage piece
PROS: Fits exceptionaly well in our 2 seat Lancair.private plane. Will get another.bought first one as a gift for my husband. Why should he have all the fun!

CONS: Zipper a little stiff.

(Posted on 8/31/15)
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very nice
PROS: everything about this carryon luggage is awesome. Very light weight, looks durable, this
limited edition color is amazingly pretty.

CONS: the zipper is not as smooth as I would expect

(Posted on 8/22/13)
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