PROS: Love the size and color. Bought two carry on bags in the last week and both by TravelPro are great! This one is a pretty dark blue and a gift! IT can hold a lot of stuff! One needs stuff!
(Posted on 3/25/13)
PROS: Light weight design, not missing much. The proof will be in the longevity, especially the zippers
CONS: I was shocked that it didn't have an exterior bag strap
(Posted on 3/18/13)
PROS: Perfect overhead size. Five days of clothing with room to spare.
CONS: None so far...
(Posted on 2/27/13)
PROS: This Travelpro is REALLY a Great find. I'm a Flight Attendant for over thirty years and have had many many suitcases. This Maxlite is the lightest one I've ever owned. It is also as durable as my "Professional Modele"and capacity is also equal. Glad I finally found such a great suitcase.
CONS: None from what i can see. Get One.
(Posted on 2/13/13)
PROS: How light it is.
CONS: The zippers don't slide easily.
(Posted on 2/9/13)
PROS: Durable, very light weight, roomy for the size
CONS: haven't found it yet.
(Posted on 2/1/13)
PROS: Great Value. Haven't used it yet. Very light weight. Rolls smoothly and effortlessly.
Good friends were in for Xmas and say the bag and checked it out. They travel a lot and were very impressed with lightness, capacity and rollability.
CONS: Extra bag strap on top would be nice, but not a real negitive.
(Posted on 1/11/13)
PROS: Best rollaboard I have ever had. Maneuvers easily through the airport and airplane. Lightweight with good zippers. Great value for the money. My friend, an international flight attendant recommended TravelPro for ease in rolling and durability. Will definitely stay with this brand.
CONS: Less detail on the outside of the luggage. My husband has an earlier version that looks a little better.
(Posted on 12/9/12)
PROS: I bought this to replace my old, trustworthy Samsonite which had become too heavy for me to lift into the overhead bin. The quality of construction for such a light bag is great. Zippers work well; the handles are well secured and sturdy. I found I can pack everything I need for a one week trip out of the country.
CONS: I would have bought a "flashier" color had it been available.
(Posted on 12/6/12)
PROS: Luggage is light. Time will tell as to how well it holds up. The gorillas -- I mean baggage smashers -- canbreak most everything.
(Posted on 11/28/12)
PROS: Bought this piece recommenend by my sister who is a frequent traveler.
First time I 've ever carried on.Light weight Great.
(Posted on 11/24/12)
PROS: I like that it weighs less than half what my old Travel-Pro 22" weighed. There was plenty of room for what I needed for a 3-week+ living-out-of-a-suitcase trip. I bought three more for my daughter & two grandsons.
CONS: I miss the compartment for packing things on hangers, but there's less weight by just folding carefully & putting special clothes in the zip section right under the lid! Durability, of course, remains to be seen; but so far, so good.
(Posted on 8/7/12)
PROS: I love that it weighs less than half what my old TravelPro weighed. There was room for everything I needed for a 3-week+, "live out of a suitcase" trip. Hand-grips on top,bottom, & sides make it easy to handle. I just bought three more--for my daughter & two young grandsons!
CONS: I sort of miss the separate section for clothes on hangers. Durability remains to be seen.
(Posted on 8/4/12)
PROS: I was attracted by this bag's light weight, good looks and practical design inside and out. I haven't used it yet but it looks like it will hold as much as my older, larger, heavier rollaboard. Luggage pros was great to deal with - great website and very fast delivery!
(Posted on 7/7/12)
PROS: Slightly lighter weight and less bulky than earlier generation Maxlite bag. Ocean blue color is distinctive.
CONS: When compared to original Maxlite expandable bag (which LuggagePros still sells), the Maxlite 2 does not expand nearly as much, is less roomy overall, and is more expensive. I recommend the original.
(Posted on 3/3/12)
PROS: Like the design, lightweight, and discounted prices at this site.
(Posted on 2/28/12)