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Samsonite Bartlett Spinner Luggage: 29" $74, 24" $65, 20" EXPIRED

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samsonite via eBay has select Samsonite Bartlett Spinner Luggage (Black or Sapphire) on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

Available Sizes/Colors (prices reflected at checkout):
  • Black
    • 20" $55.79
    • 24" $64.79
    • 29" $73.79
  • Sapphire
    • 20" $55.79
    • 24" $64.79
    • 29" $73.79
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Made from 1680D Polyester and Includes a 10-year Warranty.

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samsonite via eBay [ebay.com] has Samsonite Bartlett Spinner Luggage - 20" in Black or Sapphire for $55.79 after 10% discount w/ Free Shipping. Discount is reflected in checkout.

Also Avail in Black or Sapphire: - prices w/ additional 10% off; Discount is reflected in checkout.
  • 24" $64.79
  • 28" $73.79
Features:
  • Case expands 2" for adding packing capacity
  • 1680D poly
  • 10 year manufacturer's warranty
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  2. Click 'Add to Cart' button
  3. Click 'Go to Checkout' button
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I travel a lot and one thing to keep
in mind is the weight of the suitcase itself. Samsonite is ok for durability, but they generally weigh more. If you ever check bags, having a heavier case is a big downside for me because it reduces what you can pack. I bought 8 of this same style 10 years ago, and they have held up well (dozens of trips around the world). They are good, but I've moved more towards the hard shell lighter suitcases.
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If you're interested in the warranty, make sure you check how far you live from an authorized repair center. They just recently shrunk the amount of them.

I bought a very similar piece directly from Samsonite. The TSA lock broke on the very first trip. They wanted me to drive 4hrs to the nearest authorized repair center. Or, I could PAY for the parts to do it myself ($31). I used to have a repair center in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Now there are zero in all of Oklahoma. Have to drive to Dallas. In other words, I basically have no warranty.
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Thanks OP. But I bought the 25/21/backpack for $90. Seems good deal to me.
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I travel a lot and one thing to keep
in mind is the weight of the suitcase itself. Samsonite is ok for durability, but they generally weigh more. If you ever check bags, having a heavier case is a big downside for me because it reduces what you can pack. I bought 8 of this same style 10 years ago, and they have held up well (dozens of trips around the world). They are good, but I've moved more towards the hard shell lighter suitcases.
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If you're interested in the warranty, make sure you check how far you live from an authorized repair center. They just recently shrunk the amount of them.

I bought a very similar piece directly from Samsonite. The TSA lock broke on the very first trip. They wanted me to drive 4hrs to the nearest authorized repair center. Or, I could PAY for the parts to do it myself ($31). I used to have a repair center in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Now there are zero in all of Oklahoma. Have to drive to Dallas. In other words, I basically have no warranty.
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Does anyone else see $61.99 for the 20"? Am I not seeing it, my stuff is in the cart.
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Does anyone else see $61.99 for the 20"? Am I not seeing it, my stuff is in the cart.
Yeah, same price for me... look like deal is dead.
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10% off automatically added when you add to cart
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I travel a lot and one thing to keep
in mind is the weight of the suitcase itself. Samsonite is ok for durability, but they generally weigh more. If you ever check bags, having a heavier case is a big downside for me because it reduces what you can pack. I bought 8 of this same style 10 years ago, and they have held up well (dozens of trips around the world). They are good, but I've moved more towards the hard shell lighter suitcases.
Which brand do you recommend. I agree that samsonites are heavier, but they are way more durable. I've been using the same set i got from Costco for over 10 years. It's a bit worn out but not a single tear or crack. I guess heavy but strong, light ones will be flimsy?

How is this deal compared to Costco deal? $160
https://www.costco.com/Samsonite-...79173.html

And then cheaper version of the same set for $99

https://www.costco.com/Samsonite-...56252.html

Here it is with a few more extras $170
https://www.bjs.com/product/samso...0001276781


I think Samsonite makes few different quality lines, I am sort of bored with Samsonite, is there a comparable quality brand?

In terms of weight, I've seen hard side ones that are lighter than soft ones.
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Not dead. Seeing price in cart once you go thru to checkout.
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Not dead. Seeing price in cart once you go thru to checkout.
I did do that. Still seeing $61 at checkout
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I travel a lot and one thing to keep
in mind is the weight of the suitcase itself. Samsonite is ok for durability, but they generally weigh more. If you ever check bags, having a heavier case is a big downside for me because it reduces what you can pack. I bought 8 of this same style 10 years ago, and they have held up well (dozens of trips around the world). They are good, but I've moved more towards the hard shell lighter suitcases.
I travel with my 22" carry-on and am looking for one that is lighter. I read about IT. Have you used it? What do you think? From the pictures, the handles look kind of weird to me. And I'd prefer 4 wheels than 2 but I guess that's a trade off for a lighter suitcase.
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I did do that. Still seeing $61 at checkout
Not dead. I even see it in my cart (not Checkout) "Discount $6.20"
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I've asked this before with no luck... Anybody know of a hard shell carry on that is actual carry on size but NOT a spinner? I don't like how much room you lose from the 4 wheels
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Thanks OP. But I bought the 25/21/backpack for $90. Seems good deal to me.
The same model of Samsonite? Care to share the link here?
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