• Rugged 1682 Ballistic Nylon fabric resists stains from oil, dirt and water
• Laptop compartments features dual padded walls for overall protection
• Wheeled pieces feature large side mounted, smooth rolling wheels for near effortless mobility
• 5-stage push button handle with locking adjustable heights
• Stylish, side mounted smooth rolling wheels
• Removable accessory pouch and exceptional front panel organization
• Removable checkpoint-friendly laptop sleeve
• Overnighter capacity
• Quick stash pocket allow easy access to electronics and last minute items
• Rubberized zipper pulls for added comfort
• Hidden, tethered ID tag for added identity security
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Make every business trip a success with Pro 3. Sleek, soft Nappa leather touchpoints create an air of sophistication while checkpoint-friendly removable laptop sleeves make it easy to breeze through security. Beautifully equipped interiors with ultimate organizational features offer maximum efficiency on-the-go. Samsonites legendary attention to quality and comfort can been seen in every detail on this collection including the rubberized zipper pulls and discrete ID tags for additional security. These bags are all business.
I was hoping you could help me decide which piece of luggage to purchase by clarifying the following points:
1) Is the height of this item really only 17.5" rather than the more common 20"?
2) What is the depth of the main compartment?
3) is this case different than the 50cm (20") Pro DLX Mobile Office sold by Samsonite in Europe?
1) Yes, the height of this bag is 17.5". It isn't the standard 20" - 22" because this isn't considered an "upright," but rather a briefcase.
2) The depth of the main packing area is approximately 4.5" - 5".
3) I would not be able to confirm that last piece for you. I'm sure Samsonite sells some luggage overseas, but do not know it was the same exact bag as this one. -
Answered by Kyle on April 27, 2011