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What is a TSA lock, Does that mean the TSA can't open it?
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What is a TSA lock, Does that mean the TSA can't open it?
Means the opposite. TSA will have a master key that can open these when they feel the need to reorganize your luggage.
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What is a TSA lock, Does that mean the TSA can't open it?
Other way around , they can open it without breaking it.
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Other way around , they can open it without breaking it.
But they usually just break it open instead
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any feedback on this? Needing a new carry on soon and might just snag this
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any feedback on this? Needing a new carry on soon and might just snag this
How often do you travel? For how long are you away?

I have a 19" spinner (an "International" carry on, smaller than the "US Domestic" 22" you're looking at) and can pull off a Monday - Friday business trip, including casual clothes for evenings (jeans) and workout gear. It isn't easy, but I used to do it all the time. Pandemic took my travel to zero but before that I had months at a time where I was on a plane every Monday morning, coming back anywhere between Tuesday and Friday.

The value of a 19" vs 22" is the size. I can carry on International flights, and second, the smaller size fits in the overhead bin of regional flights. The smaller size is also nicer on larger planes in that the overhead bin is large enough I can place my laptop bag in the overhead bin upright, then the spinner in the long way in front of it, and keep the space under the seat in front of me for my feet. On a full plane the person getting their carry-on checked is the person who has the biggest luggage as that makes space for the two people who know how to pack. Don't be the person with big luggage.


Also, my carry on is soft sided, which is nice when on a Friday afternoon full flight where you're running for the gate and just want to be home works well with the 19" size as it actually can fit under the seat in front of me on 737s as it gives some space for my feet, and I can find a space in the overhead for my laptop. Not comfortably, but if it is an hour flight and I just want to be home I'm not going to check my baggage.
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any feedback on this? Needing a new carry on soon and might just snag this
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How often do you travel? For how long are you away?

I have a 19" spinner (an "International" carry on, smaller than the "US Domestic" 22" you're looking at) and can pull off a Monday - Friday business trip, including casual clothes for evenings (jeans) and workout gear. It isn't easy, but I used to do it all the time. Pandemic took my travel to zero but before that I had months at a time where I was on a plane every Monday morning, coming back anywhere between Tuesday and Friday.

The value of a 19" vs 22" is the size. I can carry on International flights, and second, the smaller size fits in the overhead bin of regional flights. The smaller size is also nicer on larger planes in that the overhead bin is large enough I can place my laptop bag in the overhead bin upright, then the spinner in the long way in front of it, and keep the space under the seat in front of me for my feet. On a full plane the person getting their carry-on checked is the person who has the biggest luggage as that makes space for the two people who know how to pack. Don't be the person with big luggage.


Also, my carry on is soft sided, which is nice when on a Friday afternoon full flight where you're running for the gate and just want to be home works well with the 19" size as it actually can fit under the seat in front of me on 737s as it gives some space for my feet, and I can find a space in the overhead for my laptop. Not comfortably, but if it is an hour flight and I just want to be home I'm not going to check my baggage.
I agree with HotChili's comments... Also, I travel a lot (other than 2020) and I look for spinners that have 2 wheels per corner (i.e. 8 total wheels vs this 4 wheels). The added wheels adds to the quality and makes it easier to roll which on that Friday flight home (that HotChili mentioned), when your tired from the week and just want to be home... it's so much easier. If you don't travel much, this could be good enough and it's not a bad price and has the TSA lock.
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How often do you travel? For how long are you away?

I have a 19" spinner (an "International" carry on, smaller than the "US Domestic" 22" you're looking at) and can pull off a Monday - Friday business trip, including casual clothes for evenings (jeans) and workout gear. It isn't easy, but I used to do it all the time. Pandemic took my travel to zero but before that I had months at a time where I was on a plane every Monday morning, coming back anywhere between Tuesday and Friday.

The value of a 19" vs 22" is the size. I can carry on International flights, and second, the smaller size fits in the overhead bin of regional flights. The smaller size is also nicer on larger planes in that the overhead bin is large enough I can place my laptop bag in the overhead bin upright, then the spinner in the long way in front of it, and keep the space under the seat in front of me for my feet. On a full plane the person getting their carry-on checked is the person who has the biggest luggage as that makes space for the two people who know how to pack. Don't be the person with big luggage.

Also, my carry on is soft sided, which is nice when on a Friday afternoon full flight where you're running for the gate and just want to be home works well with the 19" size as it actually can fit under the seat in front of me on 737s as it gives some space for my feet, and I can find a space in the overhead for my laptop. Not comfortably, but if it is an hour flight and I just want to be home I'm not going to check my baggage.

Thanks for the info!! I dont really travel much at all. Usually the once a year trip to visit family domestically. I've been using a hand me down roller for years so I think it's time to actually get a decent suitcase haha. This just happened to be the first luggage posting I've seen since purchasing my ticket. I think my current must be a 22inch because I always get picked to check in my bag when there isnt room Frown Maybe i'll go 19" but visiting family for a few weeks with that amount of luggage is tough
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I agree with HotChili's comments... Also, I travel a lot (other than 2020) and I look for spinners that have 2 wheels per corner (i.e. 8 total wheels vs this 4 wheels). The added wheels adds to the quality and makes it easier to roll which on that Friday flight home (that HotChili mentioned), when your tired from the week and just want to be home... it's so much easier. If you don't travel much, this could be good enough and it's not a bad price and has the TSA lock.
Do you have any recommendations for a carry on spinner with 8 wheels? I dont really know anything about luggage other than samsonite is kind of good but pricey? lol
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Do you have any recommendations for a carry on spinner with 8 wheels? I dont really know anything about luggage other than samsonite is kind of good but pricey? lol
I don't really... I just keep my eyes open for deals on SD and then evaluate from there (I have a list of criteria that I shoot for and just try and match up assuming reviews are good too). Samsonite does offer spinners with 8 wheels, but you'll notice they cost more than the 4 wheel options.
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But they usually just break it open instead
idk why you would say that. TSA hires some of the most intelligent people around
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idk why you would say that. TSA hires some of the most intelligent people around
Then I hope you would never have any problem in rest of your life.
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