Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019
This small carry-on, good for a weekend trip, pairs very well with the company's larger carry-on, giving you flexibility if you have both of them (see photos). It's a roller bag, which spares you from a sore shoulder from a tote bag when having to stand in line for customs on those international flights. If you take both bags, you'll save $200 in extra luggage fees for an overseas flight by just checking the larger bag, taking this as carry-on. You can use just the small bag for a short trip, the full-size carry-on for a week trip, and take both for a long trip. This little bag is very flexible and the designers gave a lot of thought about different ways it might be used. I liked the ability to configure it as a a partially opening flap (see photo), where you might keep files and papers for business use. If you undo some snaps, it turns into conventional luggage that opens all the way, which is good for storing clothes. It also has a nice removable hang-up bag for toiletries that you might put on a towel hook. I liked all of the compartments that it has, which you can use to keep everything organized. Other reviewers note that it also fits under the seat, but it's hard to get it in unless you have an economy plus seat with extra leg room. However, it's light and can be easily hauled up to the overhead bin, which will leave the under-seat area free for your legs. There is no spinner version of this (that I can see), but I like the sturdy wheels it has, and I don't think there's much advantage to spinner wheels for light luggage. It's very well constructed. TravelPro generally does a great job with their luggage, and this bag only leaves me more enthusiastic about their products.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice supplement to full-size carry-on
By R. B. Basham on June 22, 2019
This small carry-on, good for a weekend trip, pairs very well with the company's larger carry-on, giving you flexibility if you have both of them (see photos). It's a roller bag, which spares you from a sore shoulder from a tote bag when having to stand in line for customs on those international flights. If you take both bags, you'll save $200 in extra luggage fees for an overseas flight by just checking the larger bag, taking this as carry-on. You can use just the small bag for a short trip, the full-size carry-on for a week trip, and take both for a long trip. This little bag is very flexible and the designers gave a lot of thought about different ways it might be used. I liked the ability to configure it as a a partially opening flap (see photo), where you might keep files and papers for business use. If you undo some snaps, it turns into conventional luggage that opens all the way, which is good for storing clothes. It also has a nice removable hang-up bag for toiletries that you might put on a towel hook. I liked all of the compartments that it has, which you can use to keep everything organized. Other reviewers note that it also fits under the seat, but it's hard to get it in unless you have an economy plus seat with extra leg room. However, it's light and can be easily hauled up to the overhead bin, which will leave the under-seat area free for your legs. There is no spinner version of this (that I can see), but I like the sturdy wheels it has, and I don't think there's much advantage to spinner wheels for light luggage. It's very well constructed. TravelPro generally does a great job with their luggage, and this bag only leaves me more enthusiastic about their products.
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