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Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Spinner Luggage: 25" $99, 20"

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  • 20" Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Luggage Spinner $89 using coupon ZIPPERLESS
  • 25" Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Luggage Spinner $99 using coupon ZIPPERLESS
  • 28" Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Luggage Spinner $114 using coupon ZIPPERLESS
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1. The list prices are ridiculous. Pretty much 0% will buy at their list price. If their list prices are outrageously high, their sale price might be as well. Fool me once....

2. Their 28" luggage is 12.2 lbs. Heavy.

3. They don't give the weight for their 20" and 25" luggage because they are just embarrassed. BEWARE!

4. You may wish to research the owners of buydig.

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Awesome set, had these for a bit and have been very satisfied, I wonder what happens when the TSA needs to do a random search on the bag though, how would they get this thing open?
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Awesome set, had these for a bit and have been very satisfied, I wonder what happens when the TSA needs to do a random search on the bag though, how would they get this thing open?
1. The list prices are ridiculous. Pretty much 0% will buy at their list price. If their list prices are outrageously high, their sale price might be as well. Fool me once....

2. Their 28" luggage is 12.2 lbs. Heavy.

3. They don't give the weight for their 20" and 25" luggage because they are just embarrassed. BEWARE!

4. You may wish to research the owners of buydig.
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seems heavy
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I took the 25" international and it was great. Picking up the 20" for my carry on
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What is the advantage of being zipperless over having a zipper?
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What is the advantage of being zipperless over having a zipper?
If the teeth of the zip go, suitcase is worthless. Less likelihood of a clasp breaking. Have also seen videos where people claim that it is very easy to open bags by prying the zip, which may enable theft. These are my guesses as I am not an expert 🙂
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What is the advantage of being zipperless over having a zipper?
Zipperless suitcases also have better structural integrity. If you transport anything fragile, it's best to use zipperless in case the suitcase caves in at the zipper.
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Definitely prefer the zipper. Quite often I am opening just the top (standing upright) to quickly put things like charging cable, tablet, books, water bottle, etc back in the bag. With this, one will have to open the whole case and risk things falling out.
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You need this until next year
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seems heavy
Is there a problem with Earth's gravitational pull in the future? Why is everything so heavy?
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Is there a problem with Earth's gravitational pull in the future? Why is everything so heavy?
THIS! I could appreciate a good BTTF reference.
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Definitely prefer the zipper. Quite often I am opening just the top (standing upright) to quickly put things like charging cable, tablet, books, water bottle, etc back in the bag. With this, one will have to open the whole case and risk things falling out.
Maybe for the small one. I personally don't see the point of a hardshell carry on.
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1. The list prices are ridiculous. Pretty much 0% will buy at their list price. If their list prices are outrageously high, their sale price might be as well. Fool me once....

2. Their 28" luggage is 12.2 lbs. Heavy.

3. They don't give the weight for their 20" and 25" luggage because they are just embarrassed. BEWARE!

4. You may wish to research the owners of buydig.
8.1lbs for the 20" one. That is about 3.7kg. Several European airlines set the max weight of carry-on luggage at 8kg. So this piece eats up almost half the allowance.
And yes, the airlines that have this limit check it all the time.
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