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Eagle Creek Tarmac 26 Inch Luggage, Slate Blue
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- TARMAC 26-INCH SUITCASE - This rolling luggage has a capacity of 74.5 liters so you can fit everything you need and the ability to expand it an additional 7.5L for the souvenirs you pick up along your trip
- TRAVELING MOBILITY - All-wheel drive 360 degree spinner wheels for multi-terrain maneuverability, the ideal luggage for hauling around on your next adventure
- MADE FOR ADVENTURE - Product features ultra-light abrasion-resistant materials to help block scuffs and stains in high wear areas; Bag dimensions: 18.5 x 29.5 x 14.5 in (compressed) | 18.5 x 29.5 x 16.5 in (expanded)
- EASY PACKING - Keep your clothes wrinkle-free and secure with built-in internal compression straps, external lash points adds external quick-grab storage; Easy access to your electronics with the front pocket padded laptop sleeve
- NO MATTER WHAT WARRANTY - Eagle Creek's Lifetime Warranty, plus the added insurance of repair or replacement due to product failure during the product lifetime, regardless of the cause
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Achieve effortless mobility with the Tarmac AWD 26, cased in an ultra-light, ultra-tough polycarbonate shell that rides on four hefty, but not heavy, all-wheel drive wheels. Keep your belongings secure with lockable puncture-resistant zippers and an innovative gear holder to secure outerwear on the top of the bag for ease-of-access.
From the manufacturer
|Eagle Creek Pack-It||Eagle Creek Gear Warrior Luggage||Eagle Creek Migrate Duffel Bag||Eagle Creek Tarmac Wheeled Luggage - Softside 2-Wheel Rolling Suitcase|
|Sizes||S: 10 x 7 x 1 in | M: 14 x 10 x 1 in||12.5 x 21.5 x 10.5 in||40L: 10.25 x 18.5 x 9.5in | 60L: 11.5 x 23.25 x 11 in | 90L: 13.5 x 25.5 x 12.25 in||21.5 in: 13.75 x 21.5 in x 8 in | 22in: 14 x 22 x 9 in | 26: 17.5 x 26 x 13.5 in | 29in: 18.5 | 29.5 x 14.5 in|
|Volume||S: 6 liters | M: 13.5 liters||43 liters||S: 40 liters | M: 60 liters | L: 90 liters||21in: 33 L | 22in: 38.5 L | 26in: 77L | 29in: 106L|
|Weight||S: 1.5 oz | M: 2oz||2 lbs 1 oz||40L: 2 lbs 1 oz | 60L: 2 lbs 8 oz | 90L: 2 lbs 15 oz||21.5 in: 6lbs 9 oz | 22in: 6 lbs 12 oz | 26in: 8 lbs 8 oz | 29in: 10 lbs 8 oz|
|Material||30D Silnylon Ripstop||100% Recycled Poly Neo Diamond , 1000D Helix(TM) Poly Twill, 210D Exo Skeleton||TPU 900D Poly Twill , 1680D Ballistic Poly Recycled PVB||Bi-Tech (TM) Heather, 1000D Helix(TM) Poly Twill|
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Luggage has one job -- keep your stuff inside and secure. This piece fails. All of its other features, nice though they might have been, are thus made irrelevant.
It's like saying "This luxury submarine has great features! Except the front door won't close."
This issue happened within a few opens-and-closes (i.e. within minutes) after I received it. Before COVID, I used to I travel a lot, so I had to use my old Eagle Creek luggage while I sent this in.
Tangent: Even though this was under warranty and brand new, I had to pay for shipping to have this repaired. BTW, just buying replacement packaging ALONE, for a piece this big, is expensive. (I had decomposed the original box immediately after receiving it since why on earth would I need a gigantic cardboard box for a suitcase?! Now I know.) The repair contractor told me I could send the piece as-is without packaging -- it is luggage after all -- but it was brand-spanking-new and that would ruin its "new" look, so I paid for a new box from FedEx. But packaging or not, the shipping cost was high because it has large dimensions. So I ended up paying ~20% of its retail value just to ship it back to get repaired. Remember, this was an unused piece. Brand new.
After several weeks (having missed multiple changes to travel with me to parts foreign and domestic) I got it back. Zipper was repaired. Yay! Then I opened and closed the front panel a few times. Guess what. Once again, the zipper destroyed its own stitching within a few opens-and-closes. Ruined again, within minutes, again.
Super frustrated. I see no point in having it repaired again since the same issue will just happen again and it will cost me another 20% of its original retail value, and I will just get back another temporarily repaired bag that breaks within minutes again. So I'm out the full price of a brand new flagship piece of Eagle Creek luggage.
It's enough dissatisfaction to make me switch brands. Maybe TravelPro Platinum Elite? Briggs & Riley?
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My issue is that the case is not well balanced. It keeps toppling forward - especially in expanded mode or if a computer bag is stored over the handle. The front feet need moving forward. This is a big negative for business travel.
I have the Tarmac 25 and my wife the Tarmac 26 - no problems - backed up by guarantee.
Praktischerweise ist der Expansionsreisverschluß auf der Kofferseite und nicht - wie bei anderen Koffern - im Deckel.
Wer einen einen flexiblen, ordentlichen Koffer mit 2 Rollen haben möchte, ist mit dem Tarmac bestens bedient.