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Samsonite Upright Wheeled Carry-On Underseater Luggage, Black, Small

4.6 out of 5 stars 3,913 ratings

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  • Fits under most airline seats for easy access to belongings en route, please check with your airline for more information as under seat storage capacities and dimensions can vary
  • Inline skate wheels constructed of polyurethane with ball bearings to minimize frictional resistance, offer durability and reduced resistance for smooth rolling
  • Eronomic, push button locking handle is designed to fit comfortably in your hand
  • Wetpak zippered compartment which allows you to separately pack damp or soiled items
  • Quick stash exterior pockets for increased packing organization of smaller items
  • Smarts Sleeve On Back allows bag to be placed over handle of most upright luggage pieces
  • Packing Dimensions: 13.0 inches x 13.0 inches x 6.5 inches, Weight: 5.0 pounds

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Size:Small  |  Color:Black

Introducing a line built to take the harshest travel elements! The Samsonite Underseater is a combination of Polyester and Nylon fabrics for durability. Nylon is a high strength, durable material with excellent wear properties, ensuring your luggage looks as great on the 100th trip as it does on the first. Extremely light and visually impactful, this collection takes travel design to the next level.


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Size:Small  |  Color:Black

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Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2016
Size: SmallColor: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent bag, but look for sales.
By PackingToTravel on April 4, 2016
Edited to add:

I know that this won't be relevant to most people, but I am currently on an extended trip and using this suitcase as my main carry on. A smaller backpack is being used for my under seat bag. You can see a photo of the two below. While most travelers are not going to be adopting the super minimalist approach of a long-term nomad, I thought it would still be useful to know just how much can fit in this bag.

However, I do have to note that I am a small woman traveling with lightweight merino wool clothing that doesn't take up a lot of room. Still, this bag is holding up well. I've stuffed an even smaller backpack in the trolley strap on the back of the Samsonite Underseater and tied an ultra-light down coat to handles. So I am actually prepared for traveling through 4 seasons with this small bag as my main suitcase.

I wanted a small bag with one big compartment, 2 wheels and a luggage sleeve in back. Bonus points for the side pockets for a water bottle & umbrella. So this small suitcase fits the bill perfectly. With one big main compartment, this small suitcase fits an amazing amount of stuff.

See my photo of it stuffed with 4 packing cubes 10x7x3, 1 cube 7x5x3, a pair of boots in a shoe bag and a toiletries bag. That is literally enough clothes for months, if you know how to pack. Theoretically, you could travel the world with just this suitcase.

The water bottle pictured is a 20 oz. Rubbermaid, but you won't be able to zip up something that size if the interior is jam packed. For normal carry on items, you should have no trouble utilizing both side pockets for maximum effectiveness. Though the umbrella still needs to be a small one.

Mini tablet, phone, even a small purse can fit in the front exterior zippered compartment. And as others have mentioned, there are an astonishing amount of pockets. The flap inside the lid snaps off and the one that folds out the front can be attached to the Velcro on the bottom of the suitcase.

The one nitpick I have is that I feel the Velcro is unnecessary. It will prevent people from just throwing in some types of clothes because they will catch on the Velcro.

I do like the black flap and side snaps for holding things in place. Most people will be throwing odds and ends in this size bag, not packing cubes, including me. And the normal straps are not as effective for keeping that kind of stuff under control. Using the front flap and the black one, you've got everything covered and can still use the visible pockets for things you might want accessible during a flight besides what's in the exterior pocket.

It's sturdy, well-made, and not too heavy. Samsonite is a good, and reliable, brand.

Still, while I adore this bag, I do have to admit I thought it was a bit overpriced for its size at more than $79. However, the price apparently fluctuates more than I realized, and it is available from Amazon Prime for as low as $60.34 with free returns as I write this. So if you don't need it right away, and it's higher than that when you read this, keep an eye out for lower prices.

A few words about wheels. My larger bag is a spinner, and the body is only a couple of inches longer than this one because of the wheels. I was willing to make that trade off because I wanted the convenience of being able to roll a heavier bag alongside me instead of dragging it, which hurts my arms and shoulders.

Since this bag can piggyback on that one, two wheels were sufficient for those times when I'd be using it by itself or checking the larger bag. I wanted the extra space in the packing section instead. Still, with the wheels, this bag is 14" high. You don't need to count the handles because they are flat.

Most bags this size assume you want at least a big padded laptop compartment, or 3 separate zippered compartments. Though I travel with a slim laptop, I didn't want any of that, I consider it wasted space. This is like a real suitcase, just tiny sized, which is what I wanted and is almost impossible to find - or at least, if you also want two wheels, two side pockets and a luggage sleeve.

Please note, I have not traveled with this bag yet. If it doesn't hold up, for some reason, I will revise this review.

Edited to add: I have now traveled with this bag three times and it has held up very well. It fits perfectly under even the aisle seats on Spirit, and I used it once as my only bag for a full week of travel with no complaints.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2016
Size: SmallColor: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars The more I travel, the less I need
By Augustina on September 14, 2016
I purchased this suitcase about a year ago when I started a new job that would involve travel every 3 months or so. Outside of the US (and in many urban US areas like NYC), you don't have the luxury of escalators, elevators, or curb ramps. I started out with a 21" Samsonite Spinner that just barely met the carry-on requirements. I usually checked it because it was too bulky and it was a nightmare to get up stairs and in tight transit. I graduated to an eBags Weekender Convertible which was initially great but after a few trips that involved walking long stretches of airport corridors after a long flight, I realized how un-ergonomic this bag really is. Sometimes you really want wheels. When I learned about the "underseater" wheeled suitcase style, I did my research and settled on this model. I settled on this one because the construction is solid and the suitcase is lined with pockets.

I've taken this suitcase for 1-2 week trips to places like Tokyo, Bristol, Amsterdam, Toronto, and to overnight and weekend trips. This is absolutely the best suitcase I've ever owned. Don't believe anyone who tells you this is only good for overnights. Learn how to pack, do a little sink laundry, and you can travel indefinitely with this thing. This suitcase has fit under the seat of every single regular sized plane I've been in and in overheads of smaller commuter jets.

I use this suitcase in conjunction with the [[ASIN:B001OIQ0B0 eBags Savvy Laptop Tote (Eggplant)]] (which I just noticed now comes in more colors). That tote has a velcro strap on the bag so I can secure it to the extended handle of this suitcase. My laptop, books, knitting, food, cardigan, travel jacket (compresses into a pouch), and water bottle go in the laptop tote. My clothes and toiletries go in the suitcase. I use one slim packing cube [[ASIN:B014VBGP7A AmazonBasics 4-Piece Packing Cube Set - Slim, Black]], one small packing cube [[ASIN:B01729IMAQ eBags Packing Cube - Small (Aquamarine)]], and one eBags shoe sleeve [[ASIN:B00GFYGEFU Shoe Bag - Stretchable Shoe Sleeves by goBags - Set of 2]]. I usually pack 1 pair of flats, 1 skirt, 1 dress, 4 shirts, 1 cardigan, 3 sets of undergarments, 4 pairs of socks, plus additional layering items depending on the climate. I usually wear bulkier things on the plane, specifically a pair of jeans, a blouse, and a cardigan (in addition to the one I've packed). I've certainly packed more with this and when coupled with a small backpack it's pretty amazing how much you can carry around with you.

I've labeled each pocket to keep track of what's in each because there are omg so many. Some of the pockets are plastic which is good for things that might leak while others are netted so they can hold strangely shaped items. Some smaller pockets on the inner divider are felt lined which make them good for jewelry. There's a detachable hanging bag which is useful for shared bathroom situations. There's a very high quality clear pouch for liquids that fits comfortably in the front pocket.

My biggest advice for this suitcase is don't overpack it. If the front is bulging, it won't fit under the seat. I also recommend bottom loading it and putting smaller items you may need to access during your trip on top.

Overall, this is a solid piece of travel gear and I can't recommend it enough.

PS. To do laundry in the sink, soak your clothes in warm water with some shampoo or body soap, rinse well, then roll up in a towel and stomp on it. Hang dry (without the towel) overnight. You don't need special sporty materials to do this, poly blend cotton knits, thinner slub cotton knits, and even modal and rayon blouses work great. I usually wear a pair of bike commuter jeans that dry really fast. I use nylon underwear (Ex Officio and Cosa Bella make some good ones) because it dries quickly even when it's humid. Get yourself a few clothespin hangers and you're set!
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Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2017
Size: LargeColor: BlackVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2015
Size: LargeColor: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Size - Fits Under Seat
By open24hours on April 12, 2015
This bag easily fits under the seat: tested under both a window seat and aisle seat on Southwest Airlines' 737s. The picture shows it under the aisle seat. The trick is not to fill it so full that it is bulging. If you fill to capacity but the outside is relatively flat and not rounded, it will fit, no problem. Some airlines have entertainment systems under the seat which crowds-out space for your luggage. I didn't test that scenario yet. There was some space on the side, on our Southwest Airlines flight, which suggests it may squeeze in, even if there's an entertainment system mounted under each seat.
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Anne
4.0 out of 5 stars A smart little case.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 19, 2018
Size: SmallColor: Purple CloudVerified Purchase
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Song
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't pack it too full.
Reviewed in Canada on October 29, 2017
Size: SmallColor: BlackVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Don't pack it too full.
Reviewed in Canada on October 29, 2017
Make sure to pack it loosely, I had to take out my jacket in order for it to fit under the seat.
The container for life jackets sticks out on the aircraft I was on (check pictures)
WestJet, Boeing 737-700 (twin-jet)
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georginabaron
1.0 out of 5 stars BEWARE: Extendable handle issue!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 6, 2020
Size: LargeColor: BlackVerified Purchase
me&him
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2019
Size: SmallColor: Fresh PinkVerified Purchase
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Nanpam
5.0 out of 5 stars Good little case
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 11, 2020
Size: SmallColor: Purple CloudVerified Purchase
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