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20" Samsonite Pivot Spinner Luggage (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Samsonite via eBay has 20" Samsonite Pivot Spinner Luggage (Various Colors) for $64.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Daniel8418

Available Colors:
  • Merlot
  • Blue Dream
  • Teal
  • Brushed Silver
  • Brushed Black
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Strong, lightweight 100% polycarbonate material takes on travel without breaking a sweat.
• Kick scratches to the curb with a stylish twill texture that protects against scuffs.
• Slide, glider, push, and pull with spinner wheels that travel at the speed of you.
• Roomy shell design gives you ample packing space without the need to smoosh or stuff.
• TSA-approved locks let the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out.

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"TSA-approved locks let the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out."
When I think of the good guys, TSA is definitely at the top of my list...
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Looks like the Samsonite Pivot 20" Spinner [samsonite.com], which is this eBay deal, may be pushing it too close for many US airlines carry-on size restrictions.

Body Dimensions: 19.75" x 14.25" x 10.0"
Overall Dimensions: 22.25" x 15.25" x 10.0"

While the 20" Samsonite Omni Hardside Spinner [ebags.com] from BuyDig is a bit smaller:

Body Dimensions: 19.0" x 14.5" x 9.75"

See here [hartmann.com] for some airline carry-on size restrictions.

I have no idea quality-wise.
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"Locks with an easy backdoor allow bored pervs to finger your underwear without you having to be notified" just doesn't have the same ring to it
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Size matters. The actual specification of three dimensions are important for the 20" carry-on.

There is a whole batch of them made in previous years are no longer fit for carry on standard by airlines nowadays.
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Looks like the Samsonite Pivot 20" Spinner [samsonite.com], which is this eBay deal, may be pushing it too close for many US airlines carry-on size restrictions.

Body Dimensions: 19.75" x 14.25" x 10.0"
Overall Dimensions: 22.25" x 15.25" x 10.0"

While the 20" Samsonite Omni Hardside Spinner [ebags.com] from BuyDig is a bit smaller:

Body Dimensions: 19.0" x 14.5" x 9.75"

See here [hartmann.com] for some airline carry-on size restrictions.

I have no idea quality-wise.
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"TSA-approved locks let the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out."
When I think of the good guys, TSA is definitely at the top of my list...
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"TSA-approved locks let the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out."
When I think of the good guys, TSA is definitely at the top of my list...
"Locks with an easy backdoor allow bored pervs to finger your underwear without you having to be notified" just doesn't have the same ring to it
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@OP: Please fix the dimensions on the post... Those are dimensions for the 29"... You are posting prices for the 20" :/

Misleading...
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debating this...its 22.25 vs the 22 max on united which i fly the most. what are the odds they'll actually measure it? hmmmmm i'll think about it.
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debating this...its 22.25 vs the 22 max on united which i fly the most. what are the odds they'll actually measure it? hmmmmm i'll think about it.
They have bag sizers at the check-in counter and at the gate. If they think your bag looks big they will make you put it into the sizer to see if it fits.

United has gotten especially nasty about this. They make billions of dollars in surcharges each year gouging passengers with baggage fees.
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They have bag sizers at the check-in counter and at the gate. If they think your bag looks big they will make you put it into the sizer to see if it fits.

United has gotten especially nasty about this. They make billions of dollars in surcharges each year gouging passengers with baggage fees.
thank goodness i aint flying united too much
but the few times ive flown united with my ancient and humongous bag, i was never really questioned or bags measured. well, not on any flight for that matter. not sure if colorado is more lenient?

what bothers me is why the crap they have these limits. my old ancient and large carry ons that r surely not going to fit any of their measurement or the box thingy they have up front, ALWAYS fits on ANY over head bins and that includes frontier.
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"TSA-approved locks let the good guys in while keeping the bad guys out."
When I think of the good guys, TSA is definitely at the top of my list...
They dont even bother with the key. They just knifed my zipper to open the case. Bag came out onto conveyor wide open. TSA is worthless.
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They dont even bother with the key. They just knifed my zipper to open the case. Bag came out onto conveyor wide open. TSA is worthless.
These are not safes. It is just a deterrent.
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People fretting about a 1/4 inch size issue obviously don't fly often...I travel weekly with a bag a bit bigger than this size and have NEVER an issue carrying it on board.

Never ever.
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They have bag sizers at the check-in counter and at the gate. If they think your bag looks big they will make you put it into the sizer to see if it fits.

United has gotten especially nasty about this. They make billions of dollars in surcharges each year gouging passengers with baggage fees.
Dude I fly every week. No one is bothering you over 0.25 inches
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