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28" Samsonite S'Cure Spinner Luggage (various colors)

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Promoted 08-16-2016 by brisar at 11:27 AM View Original Post
BuyDig has 28" Samsonite S'Cure Spinner Luggage (various colors) for $164 - $35 w/ promo code BTS35. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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This price beats the price of the July Front Page Deal for this Luggage by $14. - brisar

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Edited August 16, 2016 at 09:39 AM by DJ3xclusive
Flowlite Polypropylene - A revolutionary semi-processed Polypropylene material mix which allows for an increased flow length of the material in molds, resulting in thinner shells without sacrificing strength.
Spinner Wheels - Four wheels...zero effort, four multidirectional spinner wheels allow 360 degree upright rolling in multiple directions so there is no weight on your arm.
Retractable handle - Provides easy maneuverability when extended out from the case, and stores neatly inside when not in use. Locks in place in both the fully extended and stored positions for secure traveling.
TSA Lock - provides additional peace of mind when checking belongings, but can still be easily accessed by TSA agents in the event the case needs to be searched.
3-pt. Locking System - Is a patented feature with 3 locks, combining key and combination locks for maximum security of a hardside case.
  • Rubber frame gasket seams to repel moisture and dirt.
  • Three-point locking system enables travelers to lock their suitcase and protect their belongings.
  • TSA lock on the main lock.
  • Full zip divider pad for easy and organized packing in the top compartment.
  • Customizable integrated, multi-stage, aluminum pull handle for extra lightness.
  • Weight: 11.2 lbs.
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I've used my 25" s'cure for a couple of trips now, and while its well-made and what not, I think its very important to mention that these are really heavy cases. I filled the 25" about 75% of the way with clothes and that was enough to put it at just under 50 lbs.

Given the 28" is 2 lbs heavier and 15-20% bigger, I imagine you'd only be able to fill it about 60-65% of the way with clothes.

This is a great deal if you intended usage is to take light yet big stuff with you in your travels. If you are planning on only checking in one suitcase for you and your spouse for a week-long trip, you WILL have weight problems. Or if you are travelling in situations that don't have weight limits.

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Figured I'd add more:
These seem to be very durable; you may see reviews complaining about cracks but they are just plastic mold marks.
The way these close are pretty cool.
The interior is bare bones, but I personally like that... you get more storage as a result. I can fit as much in my 25" s'cure as I used to fit in my 28" soft shell.
These are incredibly mobile, but that's like a trait to all spinners (its my first).
The colored ones are the easiest luggage to spot at the airport.

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I've used my 25" s'cure for a couple of trips now, and while its well-made and what not, I think its very important to mention that these are really heavy cases. I filled the 25" about 75% of the way with clothes and that was enough to put it at just under 50 lbs.

Given the 28" is 2 lbs heavier and 15-20% bigger, I imagine you'd only be able to fill it about 60-65% of the way with clothes.

This is a great deal if you intended usage is to take light yet big stuff with you in your travels. If you are planning on only checking in one suitcase for you and your spouse for a week-long trip, you WILL have weight problems. Or if you are travelling in situations that don't have weight limits.

EDIT:
Figured I'd add more:
These seem to be very durable; you may see reviews complaining about cracks but they are just plastic mold marks.
The way these close are pretty cool.
The interior is bare bones, but I personally like that... you get more storage as a result. I can fit as much in my 25" s'cure as I used to fit in my 28" soft shell.
These are incredibly mobile, but that's like a trait to all spinners (its my first).
The colored ones are the easiest luggage to spot at the airport.
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Last edited by neffernin August 16, 2016 at 09:33 AM
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The color does get worn and scratch from the airlines but nothing different from the expected. Marvelous case!
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snagged one..thank you
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is the premium line for Samsonite? is it better than regular Samsonite?

i am asking because i have Samsonite suitcases and the quality really sucks, the handles just broke off on two of them last week. plus the outer layer of plastic is peeling off... not sure I should replace them with this.

thanks.
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Quote from neffernin View Post :
I've used my 25" s'cure for a couple of trips now, and while its well-made and what not, I think its very important to mention that these are really heavy cases. I filled the 25" about 75% of the way with clothes and that was enough to put it at just under 50 lbs.
Weight: 11.2 lbs.

Do you wear rocks for clothes? I think if I emptied my entire dresser, I wouldn't have 40 lbs of clothes.
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Looks like a 1999 catalog
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#9
Bought one! thank you Smilie
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Quote from tightfist View Post :
Weight: 11.2 lbs.

Do you wear rocks for clothes? I think if I emptied my entire dresser, I wouldn't have 40 lbs of clothes.
You must not be married Smilie Had toiletries in there as well.
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Quote from neffernin View Post :
You must not be married Smilie Had toiletries in there as well.
Toothbrushes don't weigh that much either, but you did specifically say "filled with clothes."
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Quote from tightfist View Post :
Weight: 11.2 lbs.

Do you wear rocks for clothes? I think if I emptied my entire dresser, I wouldn't have 40 lbs of clothes.
This guy wears rocks for clothes!
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Quote from tightfist View Post :
Weight: 11.2 lbs.

Do you wear rocks for clothes? I think if I emptied my entire dresser, I wouldn't have 40 lbs of clothes.
While I agree 11.2lbs isn't anything crazy for a hardside 28" piece of luggage, you'd be surprised what clothes weigh. Pack for a week. 4-5 pair of bluejeans, a second pair of shoes, etc etc. Adds up quick.
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Quote from firebirdude View Post :
While I agree 11.2lbs isn't anything crazy for a hardside 28" piece of luggage, you'd be surprised what clothes weigh. Pack for a week. 4-5 pair of bluejeans, a second pair of shoes, etc etc. Adds up quick.
Try having Scuba gear.. your bag will have NO clothes then LOL
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Weight: 11.2 lbs.

Do you wear rocks for clothes? I think if I emptied my entire dresser, I wouldn't have 40 lbs of clothes.
If you're traveling internationally (non-US carrier originating overseas), you're limited to 44 lbs. That's only 33 lbs of contents, which is hardly anything. Think shoes, toiletries, jeans, chargers/electronics, etc.
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