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This luggage has earned 4 out of 5 stars based on 183 Amazon customer reviews. Features rubber frame gasket seams to repel moisture and dirt, a 3-point locking system to secure your belongings, as well as a TSA lock on the main lock. Measures 29.75" x 20.0" x 12.0". -johnny_miller

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For anyone who is concerned with the material, this is made of polypropylene which is going to be less durable than polycarbonate luggages.
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I have this and love it. Two trips to Hawaii and one trip to California in the last 14 months without incident. Alot easier to deal with then a zipper.
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Love "zipperlees" laugh out loud
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I have this and love it. Two trips to Hawaii and one trip to California in the last 14 months without incident. Alot easier to deal with then a zipper.
Same model?
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Took one of these to Japan and Thailand, a few scuffs but overall held up great. Rolls very nicely, latches work great, tons of room. I'd suggest getting the storage bags to help with organizing clothes.
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Have the exact same one in red. It still looks relatively new after 3 trips. I also have the previous model with non-spinner wheels for 5 years and it is still going strong after 10+ trips. If our family need a third bag, I will probably buy these again ...
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For anyone who is concerned with the material, this is made of polypropylene which is going to be less durable than polycarbonate luggages.
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I would take a carry on size only to Hawaii. Otherwise you'll be spending lots on baggage fees if you go between islands (or use different airlines to get there). All the hotels that I've stayed in have a laundry room.
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Have the exact same one in red. It still looks relatively new after 3 trips. I also have the previous model with non-spinner wheels for 5 years and it is still going strong after 10+ trips. If our family need a third bag, I will probably buy these again ...

does it expand ?! Wink tyia Peace
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I would take a carry on size only to Hawaii. Otherwise you'll be spending lots on baggage fees if you go between islands (or use different airlines to get there). All the hotels that I've stayed in have a laundry room.

or get a CC which waves the luggage fees ! spend more time on the beach ! Please
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Afraid not, it is a hardcase and will not expand. Anecdotally, because it is a hardcase and will not expand or contract, the luggage is TSA approved to check in guns (the last time I check years ago)... Well, if it is good enough to carry guns safely, it should be good enough carry my kids clothes Smilie
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Afraid not, it is a hardcase and will not expand. Anecdotally, because it is a hardcase and will not expand or contract, the luggage is TSA approved to check in guns (the last time I check years ago)... Well, if it is good enough to carry guns safely, it should be good enough carry my kids clothes Smilie
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I wish red were available. It's quicker to find.
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