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5-Piece American Tourister Softside Luggage Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 5-Piece American Tourister Softside Luggage Set on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks r3p3ro

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  • Toiletry Kit (9" x 5" x 4")
  • Boarding Bag (14.5" x 10.5" x 4.75")
  • Wheeled Duffel (12" x 23" x 12.75")
  • 20" Upright (20" x 13" x 6.5")
  • 27" Spinner (27" x 16.5" x 8")
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Convenience outweighs the risk of that.
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Please note that this is not the spinner version.
I have the same one but has the spinner wheels and love it. I'll never go back to the two wheeler suitcase.
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AT : horrible quality
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AT : horrible quality
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Please note that this is not the spinner version.
I have the same one but has the spinner wheels and love it. I'll never go back to the two wheeler suitcase.
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Please note that this is not the spinner version.
I have the same one but has the spinner wheels and love it. I'll never go back to the two wheeler suitcase.
Spinners are more fragile than two wheel bags because their wheels stick out more and transfer more force to the mounting points via leverage. This can cause breakage during transport or while pulling your spinner over uneven surfaces, such as over curbs, cobblestone streets etc.
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Spinners are more fragile than two wheel bags because their wheels stick out more and transfer more force to the mounting points via leverage. This can cause breakage during transport or while pulling your spinner over uneven surfaces, such as over curbs, cobblestone streets etc.
Convenience outweighs the risk of that.
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Convenience outweighs the risk of that.
nothing against spinners but nothing convinient about it if it breaks on u mid trip.
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nothing against spinners but nothing convinient about it if it breaks on u mid trip.
I've had both spinners and non spinners. Spinners are kind of nice and I haven't been afraid of them breaking, but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy them. More of a nice to have.
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Super bad quality. The last thing you want is an exploding luggage, broken wheel or broken handle.
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Please note that this is not the spinner version.
I have the same one but has the spinner wheels and love it. I'll never go back to the two wheeler suitcase.
The 27" bag is a spinner. The smaller one is not, which is weird: the smaller one will likely be pushed through narrow aisles rather than the 27" which is not allowed as a carry-on due to it's size. Weird choice by AT.
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Please note that this is not the spinner version.
I have the same one but has the spinner wheels and love it. I'll never go back to the two wheeler suitcase.
The largest bag of this set is a spinner.
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Spinners are more fragile than two wheel bags because their wheels stick out more and transfer more force to the mounting points via leverage. This can cause breakage during transport or while pulling your spinner over uneven surfaces, such as over curbs, cobblestone streets etc.
I've never owned a spinner before, but I had 2 different two-wheelers break on me. A Samsonite where the wheel housing cracked and the wheel fell out. I had a Pathfinder where the rivets holding a wheel assembly came off. I also had another Samsonite's zipper teeth rip apart. Any luggage can break.
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I believe is you look on youtube, you can fix the Samsonite wheel issue on the 2 wheel model using roller blade wheels. The assembly unscrews and you can replace the wheels.
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Generally total volumetric areas on spinners are less than non-spinners.

For overseas travel, two soft-sided large 32-35" suitcases can be cramped into a natural gas operated taxis, whereas hard sided ones may not fit in trunk.

Hard sided usually opens at middle, thus packing is a bit more difficult as both side must have almost equal portions.

In hotels, most luggage stands are not built for suitcases that open in the middle.
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reading all the above comments, this is definitely an FP deal
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