It is becoming nearly impossible to find luggage without wheels, even on the smallest bags. For valid reason – wheeled luggage is extremely convenient because they allow anyone to easily transport a heavy bag through a parking area and the airport, and on to the gate or baggage check area without strain. There are two basic types of wheeled luggage, spinner, that has four wheels, and fixed, also called inline or roller bags. The latter have two wheels on the underside of the handle side of the case and rests on the other side so the bag can stand upright.
Samsonite Secure DLX Spinner Wheels
Samsonite Secure DLX Spinner Wheels Samsonite is an instantly recognised brand when it comes to luggage. The Samsonite S’cure DLX Spinner is a fantastic model. Designed for cabin use, it comes with whole host of features and extras which make packing, and travelling all the easier. Organisation with style A cabin sized suitcase, the Samsonite Continue reading »
Samsonite Neopulse Spinner Lightweight Suitcase
Samsonite Neopulse Spinner Lightweight Suitcase The Samsonite Neopulse Spinner Lightweight Suitcase has a stunning design. Lightweight, it complies with IATA recommendations for being taken aboard on a flight. Made from lightweight polycarbonate it is easy to carry and built to last. The 4 wheels are all double wheels which allows for easy manoeuvrability, even in Continue reading »
Samsonite S’cure Spinner Hard Shell Suitcase
Samsonite S’cure Spinner Hard Shell Suitcase A very stylish looking case the Samsonite Secure Spinner Suitcase really stands out from the crowd. The case is IATA recommended for hand luggage, and being lightweight it allows you to put plenty of clothing in it. The 4 wheels allow for 360° rotation, so it is easy to Continue reading »
Spinner wheels spin 360 degrees and let the bag to be pulled behind you, pushed in front of you, or scooted along beside you. Spinner bags are incredibly easy to push – even with one finger. Inline wheels can only be pulled behind you, but they are thought to be more durable and they are easier to wrangle over curbs or other obstacles. Inline wheels add less weight and bulk to a bag. With that said, manufacturers are working to improve Pushing wheels to make them lighter, smaller and tougher. Traveler’s proprietary magnetic wheel technology solves a lot of the problems inherent in spinner wheels, namely, that they could make it hard to control your bag – spinner wheels have a tendency to drift and Rock whenever you pull them.
Reported as roomy, durable and sturdy, this bag is quite popular with frequent flyers because it holds up well – frequently for many years – and has a great variety of organizational options, including a popular, integrated tri fold garment bag. Its overall size is 22 by 14 by 9 inches, including wheels and handle, and it expands to 11.5 inches. Briggs & Riley is the top rated luggage brand in a large survey conducted by ConsumerReports.org, and the company is famous for its Simple as That life time guarantee. Additionally to the 21 inches bag, the Baseline collection includes totes, international size carry ons, duffels, and several other bag sizes and styles.