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Don't worry I'll upvote you. No one liked my 40% + additional $20 off the U178 baseline wardrobe in olive checked bag last week...
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Don't worry I'll upvote you. No one liked my 40% + additional $20 off the U178 baseline wardrobe in olive checked bag last week...
was that the one that got deleted by the mods?
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Smh some people never travel much I guess mine has over 300 flights and is a champ. This company stands behind warranty! Probably get up to 500 and get another one due to wear.
Is this brand comparable to Eagle Creek brand?
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These are still pretty expensive. I bought a baseline international spinner for 200 and 2 sympaticos for 230 each a couple years ago.
The older, non expandable versions though. Great luggage and much better than the American tourister ones that fall apart after 1 or 2 international trips.
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400 bucks for a tote luggage? Must be same dumbasses who buy yeti coolers. Lol
The only dumbasses are the ones who don't make enough to spend a little more on quality things.
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These are still pretty expensive. I bought a baseline international spinner for 200 and 2 sympaticos for 230 each a couple years ago.
The older, non expandable versions though. Great luggage and much better than the American tourister ones that fall apart after 1 or 2 international trips.
Not true. My American Tourister has been on many international and domestic trips and still in good shape. AT is a great value luggage.
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No idea why people buy new Briggs. Just pick one up off eBay and if it breaks you get a repair/replacement for free. For life.

The warranty is on the product, not the purchase.
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I see LuggagePros priced matched AND they have free shipping and no tax AND a 5% off coupon on their front page. That's what I ended up doing.
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was that the one that got deleted by the mods?
I guess so. Someone -1ed it, even though its real, and luggagepros is pricematching anyway.
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Is this brand comparable to Eagle Creek brand?
Haven't heard of Eagle Creek before, but looking at their luggage, I think it suits a completely different purpose (Eagle Creek being much more focused on hiking / outdoors type rugged gear). I don't think you would be looking at the two side by side if you were buying luggage since they're so different.

If it matters to you, Briggs and Riley has been highly reviewed (they're the premium pick for best travel carry on), but also been one of those brands people seldom buy because they're more expensive. Sort of like buying Filson stuff. It's not cheap, but their warranty and quality are solid.
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