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Pros: LIght weight
Pros: We have other TravelPro luggage, but it is much heavier. We bought 3 pieces of luggage for our son and daughter-in-law and were stunned by how light weight it is. So we bought two more pieces for our next trip this summer.
Pros: Overall great lightweight bag.
Pros: Lightweight, color
Cons: Front of bag seems flimsy-no support panels
Pros: Lightweight, got good reviews for durability
Pros: Light weight. Appears to be well built. A bit larger than I thought it would be.
Cons: The biggest con will be keeping the weight under 50 lbs since the suitcase can easily hold so much.
Pros: very light weight and yet sturdy
Cons: would like more flexible dividers on the interior and love the handle on our older Travler Pro that folds over into a T shape
The 28-inch box length (29-inch overall length) allows for more width than a 29-inch box and provides large capacity while (almost) not exceeding airline size restriction (L+W+D = 62 inches), yet weighs only 8.9 lbs so I can fit all my ski gear in without exceeding airline weight restriction of 50 lbs.
One inch expansion (TravelPro touts more but I measured it) provides flexibility and more space when needed.
Partially-recessed two-wheel design is preferable to 4-wheeled spinner because spinner wheels add more length.
Weight reduction is achieved, in part, by minimizing side reinforcement. The 2 long sides are reinforced only by a wire(?) around the perimeter, except that the side handle is attached to a thin plastic strip vulnerable to sharp impact (so says my luggage repair shop). Therefore my durability score is an estimate. The previous model, Maxlite, is better-constructed but it weighs 12.6 lbs (TravelPro lists it at 11.6 lbs but I weighed it).
No external strap to hang a smaller bag (e.g. ski boots).
Travelpro website and hangtag say: "built-in ticket pocket within front pocket " but there wasn't any; LuggagePros says Travelpro says that only applies to the 22" model(!)
The expansion part is above the main zipper so the expansion takes place within the lid and inside the lid pocket (but the lid pocket can be unzipped so it's not a major annoyance).
The interior lining on mine is too small/tight so the lining can't be pushed into both the top and bottom corners at the same time (I'm going to stuff it full for ski trips).
The lining bead/piping? (where the lining attaches to the body) at the bottom is too high (or zipper is sewn in too low) so the zipper pull catches on the bead when zipping or unzipping.
For the last 2 reasons I am returning the suitcase and LuggagePros is sending me another one.
Based on the last 2 items I'm wondering whether this is a factory second. Nonetheless, the "pros"above are just what I've been looking for so I'm giving it 4 stars.
Pros: Locating large light weight luggage is not all that easy. This unit fits the bill. I bought it for its size and weight, but i found the interior mesh compartments are well placed. The wheels look quite sturdy.
Pros: This is a HUGE bag. Holds enough for a week for 2 travelers with room to spare. The pockets inside are great. Wheels roll and swivel smoothly.
Cons: Warning: this bag is large enough to easily exceed airline weight limits. Even though the bag itself isn't heavy be careful or you'll be paying for extra weight.
Pros: especially liked the expansion feature
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