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Incase EO Travel Collection Hardshell Roller for 17" MacBook Pro EXPIRED

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Adorama has Incase EO Travel Collection Hardshell Roller for 17" MacBook Pro on sale for $54.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Last Edited by tigone13 October 22, 2020 at 09:11 AM
Incase Hardshell Roller Specifications
VolumeFolded: 1,892 cu in (31 L)
Expanded: 2,441 cu in (40 L)CompatibilityUp to 17" MacBook Pro, iPad
Dimensions: 23 x 15 x 8.00" / 584.20 x 381.00 x 203.20mm
Weight:8.1oz / 229.63g


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I'll grab one! Last few trips I have used a large sports duffle and it's so heavy and painful to carry through the airport. I think it's time for one of these.
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They don't really allow that anymore I don't think. You have to take all electronics out no matter what. tsa precheck excluded
This bags like this that open flat with nothing above or below the laptop are generally compliant with TSA. There are some airports like ATL that require everything including suitcases in a bin so this wouldn't work but 9/10 it's just fine for screening by just unzipping the outer shell and laying it open.
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Same experience as others here. I've used this for traveling all over and it's never failed me. Definitely scratched up the front the first trip I took it on. But it's really well built and expandable. I believe I paid about $150 on sale back then, so this is super worth it.
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I've had this suitcase for about 8 years and it's been awesome for business and personal travel. The expandability feature helps with packing everything in. Very well built and sturdy. The wheels roll super smooth. This is an amazing deal
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i can see why they're clearancing these. this is 1" larger than carry on size. why would they make a case like that?
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This bags like this that open flat with nothing above or below the laptop are generally compliant with TSA. There are some airports like ATL that require everything including suitcases in a bin so this wouldn't work but 9/10 it's just fine for screening by just unzipping the outer shell and laying it open.
I can confirm both seattle and houston are currently requiring everything out. Lax and baltimore as well last time I used them
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This bags like this that open flat with nothing above or below the laptop are generally compliant with TSA. There are some airports like ATL that require everything including suitcases in a bin so this wouldn't work but 9/10 it's just fine for screening by just unzipping the outer shell and laying it open.
I have yet to go to an airport anywhere and in any country where they didn't make me take my stuff out, that whole TSA compliant stuff is a lie. LOL
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Why doesn't the MBP comes with wheels?
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Want a bag with two rollers
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I have had this bag two years and have had no problems carrying this on. Never checked it.
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i can see why they're clearancing these. this is 1" larger than carry on size. why would they make a case like that?
People commenting in this thread have had this luggage for many years. A lot of airlines used to have larger carry-on sizes. Now it varies airline to airline. These fit Southwest or JetBlue, but not United or Spirit, for example.

And in my limited experience, most airlines don't really check. As long as they fit in the overhead you're fine. In a dozen flights in the past few years I've never seen one of those "your bag must fit in this metal contraption" things used.

I'm sure it happens, but you can do everything right and still get your carry-on bumped to check. I'm pretty paranoid about having my personal/carry-on within spec, but I have had my carry-on switched to checked because they ran out of overhead space.
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$10 if you want a grey color. Looks nice too

https://www.adorama.com/incl9019....roductPage
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This is a great deal! I bought mine in 2013 at 50% off ($150.00) and it has gone through many trips. Be mindful when doing international trips with this luggage as it is not very light to begin with. I had to move some of the items from this luggage to my backpack to get it under 7lbs limit. Other than that, I've been happy with it. And yes, the hardshell gets scratched easily. But I view it as travel scar Smilie
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4 wheels or nothing
4 wheels won't stop and stay put on a square people tube or incline. If you need to stop you can't let go of the handle. It rolls away. 4 wheels are nice when standing in line on super flat surfaces. Two wheel tilt is best for most occasions.
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