A carry-on hard side case that meets most airline codes, the Tumi hard side carry on bag is really convenient for both business and weekend travel. It is lightweight with a telescoping handle and four recessed wheels making it almost effortless to push or pull your luggage smoothly, at any angle, over any floor surface as well as to lift easily to a counter or overhead bin.
Inside, it is divided into two roomy parts to pack clothes and shoes or toiletries separately. There are three zip pockets and tie down straps.
No keys to lose – the TSA lock provides the convenience of combination locking with the assurance that airport security will not destroy your lock if they decide to check your bag. If you aren’t familiar with the TSA locking mechanism, setting up your combination is easily done after a quick look at Tumi’s website to find out how.
Reader WD has this to say about the case:
Tumi luggage is worth their premium price and these value lines strike a nice compromise between Tumi durability and price. There are so many cheap luggage offerings out there and they are tempting for people who travel infrequently. In my corporate road warrior days I quickly recognized that most frequent flyers hanging around the United, Lufthansa, Emirates executive lounges dragged Tumi bags. I bit the bullet and bought a couple and they have never disappointed me. It is one $1500 investment I do not regret (Twitter stock anyone?). I have had occasion to have a Tumi bag repaired and it was done promptly (via mail) and with no repair charge to me. You know that is unique; real customer service for a consumer product.
A Tumi hard side carry on is a quality purchase and you can be assured of getting many years of usage – maybe never ever having to purchase another one!
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