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4 Piece American Tourister Fieldbrook XLT Luggage Set

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  • 4-Piece American Tourister Fieldbrook XLT Luggage Set $59
    • Colors: Black, Blue, Red or Purple
    • Includes: Boarding Bag, Wheeled Duffel, 21" Upright, 25" Upright
  • 3-Piece American Tourister Fieldbrook XLT Luggage Set $49
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I have to disagree: I've seen dimensions being either outside dimensions with wheels, outside dimensions without wheels or inside dimensions
Its ok to disagree. The only thing to keep in mind is that all websites provide external dimensions as that is what a customer needs to travel or check with Airline guidelines. While inside maybe helpful... but between the two the real issue these days is what an airline will allow. if you travel by car, then it does not matter anyway. I am a heavy traveller (mostly international) and have to learn about luggage, airline bag/luggage policies.
Take care! and I really appreciate how respectfully you disagreed. Stay blessed!
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Good for a few trips before wheels break or zippers stop tracking properly. Frequent travelers should be wary of these.

I learned quickly not to cheap out on luggage. Eagerly awaiting a high quality luggage deal for my new carry on.
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Please note: These are not spinners.
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Its ok to disagree. The only thing to keep in mind is that all websites provide external dimensions as that is what a customer needs to travel or check with Airline guidelines. While inside maybe helpful... but between the two the real issue these days is what an airline will allow. if you travel by car, then it does not matter anyway. I am a heavy traveller (mostly international) and have to learn about luggage, airline bag/luggage policies.
Take care! and I really appreciate how respectfully you disagreed. Stay blessed!
Except wheels are often not included in total dimensions when external dimensions are quoted, and that's what airlines care about. So my question is still valid. Instead of debating this topic with me let others provide an answer that is important for anyone who wants to actually use these bags. I.e. if the 21 bag size doesn't include wheels, it might be actually 23 tall and not usable as checked bag.
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Thanks, got a 3 piece
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Please note: These are not spinners.
Regarding spinners, I was once reading an article that listed recommendations for luggage made by airline baggage handler. Their advice, "don't look at the brand names but I would say the roller ones with 4 wheels are the worst because once a wheel breaks they become useless. I would say to buy those with 2 wheels that are embedded within the luggage that don't stick out."
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Been looking for a luggage and this seems to be a good fair price. I'm traveling later this month and my previous luggage is too damaged after being used for quite a few years. I got the 3 piece set. Thanks OP!
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Regarding spinners, I was once reading an article that listed recommendations for luggage made by airline baggage handler. Their advice, "don't look at the brand names but I would say the roller ones with 4 wheels are the worst because once a wheel breaks they become useless. I would say to buy those with 2 wheels that are embedded within the luggage that don't stick out."
recommendation is just a recommendation. You gotta buy what you want to buy.
I think luggages with spinner wheels are pretty convenient to use. Of course, if I am going to worry about what COULD happen, I would probably not fly in the first place.
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7lbs for the biggest luggage sounds a little heavy, or not? I don't know.
Not at all.
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$59 for 4 Piece Luggage Set, right?
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How good of a deal is this, contextually?

I need new luggage, but I don't keep up with pricing for luggage etc...

Plz help?! Smilie
It depends on what you are looking for and what kind of traveler you are. The price is good but I won't buy it myself. I need bigger luggage and I prefer spinners. Also the boarding bad is pretty much useless to me. Despite what they say about spinners I have a few that I've had for at least 5 years and used on many international flights without any issues.
But if this set fits your needs, you won't find a lower price.
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$59 for 4 Piece Luggage Set, right?
Right.
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Regarding spinners, I was once reading an article that listed recommendations for luggage made by airline baggage handler. Their advice, "don't look at the brand names but I would say the roller ones with 4 wheels are the worst because once a wheel breaks they become useless. I would say to buy those with 2 wheels that are embedded within the luggage that don't stick out."
I have these this set and it has held up just fine, but my wife has hard shell with spinners and I tend to use this WAY more. We have pulled/ pushed the spinners on the road, through gravel, on grass they have never given a problem and none have broken off. The spinners are just so much easier to use than two wheels. It is really convenient when you can stack your carryon on top of your check in and push it around without the feeling of extra weight added. You can do this with the two wheel luggage, but you do feel the weight when you tip the luggage to pull it. Lastly, I always feel like the handle is more likely to break when you extend it up than the wheels. With the two wheel you are pretty much always going to pull up the handle all the way and the weight will push back on it. My handles do have some wobble to them (they came that way). With the four wheels you don't need to use the handles as much with big luggage, and you put less resistance on the handle with the small luggage since you are just using the handle to push instead of carry. Just my opinion. Next set I get will be spinners.
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Except wheels are often not included in total dimensions when external dimensions are quoted, and that's what airlines care about. So my question is still valid. Instead of debating this topic with me let others provide an answer that is important for anyone who wants to actually use these bags. I.e. if the 21 bag size doesn't include wheels, it might be actually 23 tall and not usable as checked bag.
The other commenter is correct. Perhaps in the detailed description a manufacturer may include many other dimensions such as inside height or width or depth or cubic inch or foot volume. But the total height with wheels is usually part of the model name of each suitcase.
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