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Opinions Please: Toughest most durable luggage ever? Wheels preferred

Rockalittle 2,507 March 28, 2013 at 04:50 PM

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Last Edited by Rockalittle March 28, 2013 at 05:30 PM
I travel quite a bit although in the past 2 years its been mostly weekends only.
I have never had much success with luggage lasting more than a few trips.
Between gouges ripped through the material and cracked wheels and wheel wells, something always fails. Oh and if the wheels hold up, the seams split.

So I'm turning to slickdeals to get suggestions for a 22-24" wheeled bag. A TOUGH ONE.
Please help.

I realize "help me find a deal" is the usual place for this, but I want to hear from the travelers.


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Your luggage has only been lasting 'a few trips'? Really? Yikes...what are you doing to your luggage? Smilie LOL
Maybe OP lives on Chuck Norris St....

Chuck Norris created the internet and hides behind the name of.... Rockalittle
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What about LL bean? They should have a lifetime warranty.
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Briggs and Riley Baseline. The only company to cover even accidental damage for life. Doesn't look flashy, but well worth it. I got mine at Bloomingdales when they had friends and family 20% off...and the luggage was already discounted 20%
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i bought my victorinox suitcase in 2005 and have used and abused that bag traveling domestically and internationally plenty times each year... i just got back from a 3 week asia trip with 10 flights and 4 countries.
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We pack in Pelican cases, it also covers the regs for checking firearms. They have been all over and have served us well. We never have to worry about any contents getting damaged either. laugh out loud
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What about this?

Excellent reviews on amazon
Featured in Outside magazine 2010 buyers guide.
"Whatever it takes" warranty (reviews indicate they replace or return without a problem)
This is the luggage I have. A few years ago I lost a strap. I called ebags to get a replacement and they had none. They mailed be a brand new bag. Still in plastic in my closet as all I needed was a strap. Can't go wrong with ebags.
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