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You all seem to be taking about personal item size. Carry on size is roughly the same throughout most of the world. Often bigger in Europe.
Its ultra budget airlines, domestic and abroad, that have the 16" / 18" etc. limits. But those are still technically personal items. Their carry on is usually the same size 20 to 25 inches common around the world.
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Too big for most carry ons, makes it unbuyable
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Too big for most carry ons, makes it unbuyable
Agree I think most carryons should be now 16-18incges especially international flights.
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Agree I think most carryons should be now 16-18incges especially international flights.
Yep - you'll probably get away with it domestically if you have priority but the occasional travelers will get screwed
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I have had these for a few months and already used them on a couple domestic trips, never had an issue with these. Not sure about international flights though. Very happy with mine. Would definitely recommend if your fly a lot of domestic flights.
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The wheeled garment bag looks good
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This review killed it for me on the wheeled garment bag. I always have other things in my hand so this was a deal breaker. "The biggest problem, which is major to me, is that it doesn't quite fit down the aisle on the plane. Because the wheels are not spinners, I had to literally drag it sideways down the aisle. It was awful & awkward. It fit fine in the over head compartment, but the fact that it doesn't wheel down the aisle is really bad. How do you call something a boarding bag, when it can't be wheeled down the aisle"
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You all seem to be taking about personal item size. Carry on size is roughly the same throughout most of the world. Often bigger in Europe.
Its ultra budget airlines, domestic and abroad, that have the 16" / 18" etc. limits. But those are still technically personal items. Their carry on is usually the same size 20 to 25 inches common around the world.
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I have carried similar Samsonite bags for years and almost 1M miles.... They are literally perfect for travel.
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You all seem to be taking about personal item size. Carry on size is roughly the same throughout most of the world. Often bigger in Europe.
Its ultra budget airlines, domestic and abroad, that have the 16" / 18" etc. limits. But those are still technically personal items. Their carry on is usually the same size 20 to 25 inches common around the world.
25 is pushing it but 21" is fine for most airlines. As long as it fits on overhead storage it will be fine even though most people throw a fit of something that doesn't fit in that frame outside gate.

Plus, if you are going for business, just check your stuff or man up and carry your Garment bag. There are tons of roll up Garment bags that look like duffel bag when rolled. What I dont like it that they are heavy and of you have to walk a lot where you are going they break your shoulder. Otherwise the roll up ones are best and most efficient. Just need to be able carry with strong shoulder.

I think 2nd Garment bag looks perfect for carry on. I would NOT get the 1st one, that is 21x23. It's a huge square-like shape. Remember most Carrey ons are 20-21" by 12-15 tops.

That person who complained about having to drag it, I never saw a sideways spinner type Garment bag. Maybe the $350 Bloomingdale ones?
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"Samsonite! I was way off! I knew it started with an S, though"
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Here is a chart of 170 plus airlines size requirements if you have any doubt. Most don't check that closely but thought I'd share. You can check your airlines.

https://travel-made-simple.com/ca...ize-chart/
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Garment bag not same as amazon one. I need larger non carry on like amazon one not the smaller buy dig one
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I travel a lot for work and I am constantly looking for a garment bag. I would get a roll up kind for carry on and these would be, at best, a checked item. They would get destroyed quickly but i prefer my bags to have a bit of scuff and wear on them. Makes them less likely to be stolen and with some of the airports I go through I know they are going to get jacked up. If you travel casually and HAVE to carry on and keep the plane waiting while you pull this out of an overhead then this might be your bag. Hurry up, we have places to be...like baggage claim.
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