PROS: Light weight, good appearance.
CONS: Single shaft handle will not allow another bag to sit on top And stay in place. Warranty not the best especially when considering the price. Although Salsa-deluxe is more expensive it is more sturdy and has a 2 shaft handle.
(Posted on 1/8/15)
PROS: It is the lightest and the strongest carry in luggage in the world, that is the reason I chose for a short trip.
CONS: Didn't like the "letter T"shape handle: I feel it a huge wine opener, and actually it let my wrist twisted.
Better to change the zipper of the inner bag to smoother bland.
(Posted on 8/19/14)
PROS: This bag is so perfect for carry-on travel in weight, size, durability, and is the best looking bag I've seen in the last six airports I've traveled through since I purchased it. When I combine it with an under seat sized "personal item" (aka Louis Vuitton Keepall 45 Bandouliere),there's practically no place other than camping/hiking that I'd travel where I'd need more, and even then it would be tempting to make that work!
CONS: Makes me want to buy them for my friends...
(Posted on 5/7/14)
PROS: The best thing about this product is that it is lightweight and easy to walk with using the rollers. Other bags fall over when I make turns while walking, but the wheels turn easily with this product. It is also easy to store in the overhead compartments of airplanes. It certainly looks classy.
CONS: The price is so expensive!
(Posted on 4/30/14)
PROS: These traveled with me on 3 different airlines to Asia so no problem with the dimensions as a carry-on. One of the lightweight carry-ons and packs a lot but be careful as sometimes they impose the 15 lb. weight limit for carry-ons, reason why I changed an older 8.5 lb carry-on luggage.
CONS: Doesn't have zippered pockets for little things so they get tossed around. For some reason the shell got scratched at the trunk of a car. Didn't experience that on the airlines overhead cabins. Automotive finish scratch remover solved these.
(Posted on 11/22/13)
PROS: its light but there are other light brands with better dimensions
CONS: This is not a carry on and I wish Luggage pro reps would be more honest that this will not fit most airlines carry one rules and certainly not overseas. This is from AA.com
You can bring one small carry-on bag plus one personal item per passenger as long as the carry-on bag fits comfortably in the sizer without being forced and does not exceed overall dimensions of 45 inches (length + width + height).
The maximum dimensions cannot exceed any of the following measurements: 22" long x 14" wide x 9" tall or 115cm (56 x 36 x 23 cm). All carry-on items should be stowed in an overhead bin.
(Posted on 10/2/13)
PROS: Lightweight, easy to move around the airport, ideal size.
CONS: Closing the zipper is not easy if the case is not full. I knew it would happen but the exterior scratches easily and getting the dark marks out of the scratches is not easy.
(Posted on 6/20/13)
CONS: The second time I used it the handle stuck and not I have to drive 2 hrs. to get it repaired before my next trip. Not happy about this.
(Posted on 6/9/13)
PROS: High on esthetics!...great violet color, sleek profile and economical use of interior space...and the light weight is right up there with many pluses ...
CONS: I had to think Long and hard about the impressively, devastating price...but I did it...couldn't find any piece I liked more...at any price. I hope it doesn't crack...looks a bit fragile.
(Posted on 1/13/13)
PROS: weight, colour, quality of construction
CONS: seems a bit small but I must be clever on how I pack
(Posted on 6/17/12)
PROS: It is lightweight and very easy to roll in any direction. All of my rimowa luggage has proven very durable for air travel.
CONS: Totally love it. Can't think of a negative.
(Posted on 4/4/12)