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Travel pro could have easily made separated pockets instead of having just one giant ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2018
I'm giving 3 stars because I'm comparing the travel pro to my 5 year old Swiss Gear luggage which is still going strong. First off the build material is quality made however the design is idiotic/poor design. Travel pro could have easily made separated pockets instead of having just one giant pocket up front, the separated pockets allows users to separate items which results in finding items easier. Secondly when you have a handle on the side then you should have rubber feet or bumps on the opposite side so that when you place the luggage on its side it's residing on the rubber bumps, once again poor engineering design. Thirdly the skeleton of the travel pro has no reinforced structure built in and if there are any it's very weak, poor engineering design; my Swiss Gear has solid hard plastic structure in the inner fabric which gives structure and strength. The inner space is okay, but they could have made it a little bit deeper in depth. Overall it's an amateur luggage for beginners or teenagers, for business professionals I recommend looking at other brands. Just for the record even the current lineup of Swiss Gear is not that great either they have gone down dramatically in quality, the luggage I have from Swiss Gear is from a period where quality mattered not just planning obsolescence and high sale volumes. The travel pro is worth the price around $65 to $80, not more than that. Hope this review helps out.