Travelpro Maxlite 4 22″ Expandable Rollaboard Suitcase, Shadow Grey

November 9, 2017 - Comment

Travel ultra light and assured with Maxlite 4. This extensive collection features 11 singularly lightweight and durable spinners and Rollaboards with the look and quality of much more expensive luggage. The 22″ expandable upright features: water repellent coating, inside and out. Telescoping handle adds length and strength Stops at 38″ and extra-tall 42.5″. high performance

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Travel ultra light and assured with Maxlite 4. This extensive collection features 11 singularly lightweight and durable spinners and Rollaboards with the look and quality of much more expensive luggage. The 22″ expandable upright features: water repellent coating, inside and out. Telescoping handle adds length and strength Stops at 38″ and extra-tall 42.5″. high performance ball-bearing in-line wheels. Protective crash-guard wheel housings. Honeycomb framing system integrated with bottom tray provides outstanding lightweight durability. Exterior ticket pocket on Carry-Ons. Low-profile carry handles. Tapered 2″ expansion designed to enhance stability full-size zippered lid compartment. Zippered side mesh pocket. Adjustable hold-down straps with Duraflex anti-break buckles.

Product Features

  • Telescoping handle that adds length and strength. Stops at 38″ and extra-tall 42.5″.
  • High performance ball-bearing in-line wheels.
  • Protective crash-guard wheel housings.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.
  • 21x14x9

Comments

Roxy says:

Sturdy, Quality, Ease of Use- Recommended I took this as my only piece of luggage through a 3 week tour through Europe. I was on 6 planes and 3 trains, and it held up very well! It is lighter than most other rolling carry-ons, and the wheels were strong over many terrains including a good amount of cobblestones (if you are walking these types of streets, I recommend 2 inline wheels instead of 4 swivels). 

Tyrone King says:

Just what I needed!!!! After spending about 3 weeks researching carryon roll a boards, I finally decided on this one. It appeared to be light, sturdy and met the requirements I was looking for in a carryon. I can confirm this can hold more than enough for a week travel if used with packing cubes. It fits comfortably in a Delta MD88 overhead bin and was accepted on Air Canada as a carryon on my recent trip to Toronto. Highly recommend.

Tuneguy says:

I have been very impressed with this suitcase. I … I have been very impressed with this suitcase. I had a hard time finding a standard wheeled bag, which I think tows easier than a spinner, wastes less space and is sturdier. If I am forced to check it, my wheels are not out there asking to get broken off. The Maxlight 4 is so light, yet appears exceedingly well made. It has quality zippered compartments everywhere and every feature I have come to expect in a carry on bag, but is about five pounds lighter, letting me carry that much more…

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