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Old 02-25-2007, 06:59 PM   #1
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I've never owned luggage before and need something....

what brands are crap and what is high quality...I need something that will last.

probably a 29" or something.
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personally i get the cheapest crap available, why spend money on something that you KNOW is going to get beat up and thrown around....i have never had a problem with the el cheapo stuff either, and i fly more than most
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personally i get the cheapest crap available, why spend money on something that you KNOW is going to get beat up and thrown around....i have never had a problem with the el cheapo stuff either, and i fly more than most
ok...i just dont want broken zippers and stuff.
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Saw these in Wally world. Pretty decent and inexpensive, and they got bling yo!!




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Samsonite (I am not sure if that is spelled correctly) Those are the best, they are a bit pricey, but worth it.
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I prefer Cub, or Rainbow. In a pinch, SuperValue works....





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personally i get the cheapest crap available, why spend money on something that you KNOW is going to get beat up and thrown around....i have never had a problem with the el cheapo stuff either, and i fly more than most
I agree, and I fly fairly often as well. Its all going to get scraped and scuffed. I would go as inexpensive as you can with out being it being "cheap" or super flimsy. I like zippers that can be locked. Insurance against un-zipping while being tossed around. Plus, I have had my luggage lost a few times, and it may serve as a slight deterrent against something "accidentally" falling out.
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Cheap crap. And make sure it will fit in an overhead compartment so you don't have to check any bags.
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Costco Hans... Costco..

Frequently they have coupons for it and you can get the 5 piece set super cheap. I'm totally with looking at it and buying the cheap stuff knowing it'll get abused.

I had to retire my Samsomite prematurely for wear and tear...
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