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8-Piece Travel Select Amsterdam Expandable Rolling Upright Luggage Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 8-Piece Travel Select Amsterdam Expandable Rolling Upright Luggage Set (Gray) on sale for $106.17Shipping is free.

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  • Note: Temporarily out of stock, will ship when available. 
About this Item:
  • Two-tone polyester fabrication with PVC backing , Deluxe internal retractable push-button handle system
  • In-line skate wheels with corner protectors, expandable feature on all uprights
  • Multiple front zippered pockets, comfortable top and side carry handles, bag clasp for toting additional bags
  • Includes:
    • Suitcases:
      • 29" x 17" x 10"
      • 25" x 15" x 9"
      • 21" x 13" x 7.5"
    • Travel Tote (15" x 11" x 6")
    • Packing Cubes:
      • 15" x 12.5" x 4"
      • 13" x 10.5" x 4"
      • 11" x 7.5" x 4"
      • 9" x 6.5" x 4"

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 8-Piece Travel Select Amsterdam Expandable Rolling Upright Luggage Set (gray) on sale for $108.13 - 5% off when you clip the coupon on product page = $102.72. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or free on $25+ orders

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Are there standards around what is "internationally compliant?" Curious in the event that I ever have money to travel internationally.
Reviews are very concerning. Good price though, just know what you're getting
Nope, this is an American urban legend that is perpetuated on these pages often. Well over 1m+ miles here, 90% of it "international", all around the world. Never once have I had my checked luggage measured / rejected, and I travel with the largest pieces possible.

What is true is that many international airlines will enforce carry-on size restrictions. US airlines usually don't. They usually allow you to bring the kitchen sink on the plane. (Except when they decide not to and want to gate check even your compliant piece while allowing others to bring on even much larger pieces.)

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Thank you for the post. Ordered one.
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I'm assuming the larger luggage isn't international compliant...
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I'm assuming the larger luggage isn't international compliant...
Are there standards around what is "internationally compliant?" Curious in the event that I ever have money to travel internationally.
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Reviews are very concerning. Good price though, just know what you're getting
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Are there standards around what is "internationally compliant?" Curious in the event that I ever have money to travel internationally.
From TravelPro --- Most domestic airlines publish checked baggage size limits as a single dimension: 62 linear inches total. International airlines vary slightly, but the 62-inch rule is the most common standard worldwide. Bags larger than 62 linear inches can still fly, but they may be subject to additional fees.
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I'm assuming the larger luggage isn't international compliant...
Never seen an international airline check dimensions. Ever, multiple airlines many many trips. Don't worry about that.
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Reviews are very concerning. Good price though, just know what you're getting
Didn't check the reviews, but looks like cheap stuff, good for a few trips. It is about a normal price for the quality imho. Most also people won't use 5 of the pieces.
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From TravelPro --- Most domestic airlines publish checked baggage size limits as a single dimension: 62 linear inches total. International airlines vary slightly, but the 62-inch rule is the most common standard worldwide. Bags larger than 62 linear inches can still fly, but they may be subject to additional fees.
The large piece, according to the picture on the listing, adds up to 56". So, unless any one dimension exceeds the maximum (not sure how similar the limits are across airlines), this seems well below the typical limit? Or am I missing something?
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The large piece, according to the picture on the listing, adds up to 56". So, unless any one dimension exceeds the maximum (not sure how similar the limits are across airlines), this seems well below the typical limit? Or am I missing something?
Airlines care more about weight rather than size, I think this one is fine either way, 29" bags were very common when 70lbs allowed on international flights, now with only 50lbs allowed, most of the passengers carrying 25" bags and you rarely see 29" suitcases.
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I travel international multiple times a year, and sometimes have carried 29". I have never seen any airlines measuring linear length. They are concerned with weight than dimensions. It is mostly the domestic flights that are stricter about dimensions, particularly for hand luggage, since they deep discount tickets and make up for it by charging for everything else.
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To all those who are questioning the linear dimensions limit, it is true that most international airlines do have that limit…and if you offend the check in person, they can and will pull this rule on you…lol…and you wouldn't have anything to say against that as they have that as a written and published rule. Also, why ti exceed that when there is not much you are put into a bag other than cotton which will fill larger bags but still under weight limits. Also, some asian airlines I heard do measure dimensions but I imagine will let you go if you are just a couple of inches off…
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Are there standards around what is "internationally compliant?" Curious in the event that I ever have money to travel internationally.
Nope, this is an American urban legend that is perpetuated on these pages often. Well over 1m+ miles here, 90% of it "international", all around the world. Never once have I had my checked luggage measured / rejected, and I travel with the largest pieces possible.

What is true is that many international airlines will enforce carry-on size restrictions. US airlines usually don't. They usually allow you to bring the kitchen sink on the plane. (Except when they decide not to and want to gate check even your compliant piece while allowing others to bring on even much larger pieces.)
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The airlines who are sticklers about bag dimensions (and weight) are the cheap European airlines like Vueling, EasyJet, Ryanair – those guys can be downright vicious. They charge next to nothing for the base fare ticket and a fortune for everything else, so you've got to beat them at their own game. I've got luggage specifically marked "Ryanair approved" to avoid any hassles.
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