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Samsonite Omni PC Hardside Expandable Luggage with Spinner Wheels, Caribbean Blue, Checked-Large 28-Inch

(5 customer reviews)

$186.73

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Description

  • 28″ SPINNER LUGGAGE maximizes your packing power and is the ideal checked bag for longer trips
  • PACKING Dimensions: 28.5″ x 20.5″ x 13.5″, Overall Dimensions: 30.5″ x 21.5″ x 13.5″, Weight: 10.35 lbs.
  • 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: Samsonite products are rigorously tested to ensure our products meet stringent standards. This bag comes with a 10-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
  • MICRO-DIAMOND POLYCARBONATE texture is extremely scratch-resistant, keeping cases beautiful trip after trip
  • SIDE-MOUNTED TSA LOCKS act to deter theft, ensuring that only you or a TSA agent have easy access to your belongings when traveling
  • FOUR, MULTI-DIRECTIONAL OVERSIZED SPINNER WHEELS for effortless mobility, re-engineered lightweight
  • BOOK OPENING CASE with mesh divider and cross straps in main compartment with a zipped modesty pocket
  • EXPANSION to allow you to pack more items and compression keeps clothing neatly pressed
  • PUSH-BUTTON locking handles provides easy maneuverability when extended out from the suitcase, and stores neatly inside when not in use

Additional information

Product Dimensions

13.5 x 21.5 x 30.5 inches

Item Weight

10.35 pounds

Department

Unisex-adult

Manufacturer

Samsonite Corporation

Country of Origin

Taiwan

Item model number

68310-2479

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

5 reviews for Samsonite Omni PC Hardside Expandable Luggage with Spinner Wheels, Caribbean Blue, Checked-Large 28-Inch

  1. Anne-Michele L.

    Finally got the chance to use this luggage set. Just spent nearly a month touring Europe with this set. We flew to Paris from Chicago. Then we flew from Paris to Madrid and then from Madrid to Rome. Then we took trains all over Italy, a cruise throughout Greece and some other stops in Monaco and France. We carried not only enough clothes for a long trip but we also got married in the Greek Islands so we also had a wedding gown and tux in here as well. To say that our luggage needed to be spacious, easily maneuverable, and strong enough to bear up to that much travel without wrecking our clothes is an understatement. We chose Samsonite as my previous set was 16 years old and still going strong. To see how the all wheel luggage performed we went to a nearby Samsonite store. The ultra lite series seemed entirely too flimsy for our needs and we decided on this set. I read all the reviews online and, despite being concerned about the one review I saw about the large bag being beyond regulation size, I ordered this set. Now on the other side of our trip I can tell you not once did any airline mention the bag’s total dimensions (to be honest I’ve never seen an airline baggage handler with a tape measure and really think they only care if it makes weight) and how many times we discussed during the trip how great this luggage set had performed. We planned at the start that we would pack without unzipping the 2″ extensions to start and would know we had bought enough souvenirs once all three bags had been extended. It all worked exactly as planned. The bags were sturdy and well balanced. We were easily able to put our backpacks and carryon bags on top of these and not need to keep a hold of them to keep them from tipping. We did get one scratch on the large bag but it is not really noticeable. Hope this long review helps as I was on the fence from the previous reviews on whether to buy or not and knew I would give this set the great review it deserved once home.

  2. Friend

    The colour is true to the picture on Amazon, a nice turquoise and the grainy styled exterior is attractive and not mat.
    Though incredibly light, it survived the dreaded airport carousel without a mark. The inside is split into two equal halves, which makes packing much easier. There is a net on one side which stops things falling out. I bought the nest of three which come packed inside each other, useful for tight storage. There’s a second handle on the side to aid lifting up stairs etc. Much better quality than the Winfield 3 set I bought previously which marked badly but hasn’t yet dented. The micro-diamond textured shell stood up very well to its maiden voyage and I wish it was made for the U.K. market, instead of having to pay import duty. However it’s still great value.

  3. julie

    Samsonite Omni PC Hardside Spinner 20, Caribbean Blue, One Size

    My last carry on suitcase served me well for over 12 years, accompanying me on countless trips, usually over-stuffed, through winter weather, through slush and rain and dragged across the cobble-stone streets in Berlin. In the last couple years it began to show it’s age, but it wasn’t until the handle finally ripped off and the inner lining tore a small hole on my most recent trip that I admitted it was finally time to move on.

    My initial inclination was to buy something cheap – I don’t need fancy luggage, I got student loans to pay… So I was poking around and looking at options in the $30 – $40 market, and there were some that looked ok. But then I would dig into the reviews and read about them breaking on the first trip, or having stuck wheels or finicky handles… Not feeling satisfied I put off the purchase for a while. I went to a store and looked at some of these models in person, and I was startled by how flimsy they felt in person. They were not built to handle the abuse of transatlantic air-travel. Feeling ambivalent, I put off the decision yet again.

    Fast forward to Tuesday of this week, no suitcase purchased, my flight is Friday morning. I pull my old trusty carry-on out of storage and seriously debate taking it on one last journey… just one more time?? The suitcase does not want. So I come back to Amazon and search again until I find this suitcase. It’s not super cheap, but it’s not expensive either, and it has a great color, and good reviews, and it sturdy in the photos… I’m still undecided, but, well, clock is ticking, I bite the bullet.

    Suitcase arrived just in time for my flight 🙂 My roommate carried the box upstairs for me this afternoon and when I thanked her, commented on how light it was. As soon as I open it I am relieved, this is a strong and sturdy suitcase, and it looks smart. The handle is long, and slides out easily, doesn’t rattle around like those other flimsier models did. Wheels are seemingly good quality. The body looks quite durable and scratch resistant, the zipper is good quality, oh and there’s even a lock. It holds a lot of stuff for how small it is, and it is expandable which is helpful for people who sometimes overpack.

    UPDATE: Suitcase held up perfectly over 4 four flights over the holidays, on two of which it actually had to be checked because the flight was very full. Not a single scratch or dent, no signs of wear, and it was easy to travel with – rolled smoothly and easily, sturdy handle.

  4. S.C.

    This is a very good quality suitcase. It was the first hard case that I’ve bought. For the most part, I am satisfied, but I wish I had known a couple more bits of information before I purchased. If you are also buying YOUR FIRST HARD CASE, read these IMPORTANT TIPS. TIP #1: This case closes with a ZIPPER ONLY. It does not have a latch. Zipper-only hard cases are more vulnerable to malfunction because zippers can break or split apart with stress or excessive wear. If the zipper splits on this case, you do will have a latch as a backup method to keep your case closed and you may find your self in a predicament when you need to check your broken-zippered bag at the airport. Therefore, if you buy this case, be sure to also buy luggage straps. Luggage straps are extremely effective to keep your case closed and will help prevent excessive stress or damage to the zipper. When buying luggage straps, write your initials on each strap with a permanent marker. This will not only help identify your bag in a busy airport, but also make the straps less desirable for thieves. TIP #2: I bought the (very large) 28-inch version of this case because I wanted to have plenty of space to pack for long international trips. In hindsight, I wish I had bought a size or two smaller because filling up a case this big with normal items like clothing, shoes, and toiletries will almost always put you over the airline weight limits (and be very heavy to lift). The case is very light, but I can only fill it up about 75% to avoid paying the “excess weight” fees. With the case being 25% empty, I have lots of open space in the bag and my belongings bounce around inside. When I arrive at my destination, I often find my loosely packed belongings out of order and disheveled. For my next suitcase, I will buy something a tad bit smaller so I can fill 90% or 100%. When filled to 90-100%, my belongings would be tightly packed and more secure inside.

  5. Friend

    The shape of this size 20 carry on case is too big unfortunately for some airlines, unless you are travelling club class but I still think it’s a good quality little case and love the fact the case is split evenly into two sections, with a zipped partition to stop items falling out when you open it. The handle bars take up a bit of the internal space but as with all the Omni range it can be expanded with a separate zip if you have overfilled it. It takes quite a bit of punishment if knocked about and is tough enough to withstand going into the hold. The Caribbean blue colour is very attractive and I bought all three sizes which come packed like a Russian doll, inside each other and then bought an extra 20 size as I can pack enough clothes and shoes for a week or two and it will even take collapsible walking poles to my surprise. It glides very easily across smooth surfaces and the wheels seem sturdy enough. I use mine for walking holidays in Europe and the case gets thrown into a car every day to get taken to the next hotel and it has survived without damage.

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