Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by surf87, Jan 2, 2017.
I prefer the 4 wheel ones because it is easier on the shoulders/neck/back.
yes, free is always the best.... im sure I paid somewhere but my Tumi and smaller samsonite spinners both were gifts from harrahs new orleans
Spinner is my preference. I like my bag to glide along side me instead of lagging behind me.
4...As my 3 year old niece loves riding on it...
After loosing one of the wheels on my 2 wheeler during the first day of a 2 week trip, its been 4 wheels all the way since then for me.
He should be walking, with a walking stick and skinned water pouch with that thing.
(Teasing only A&E, I'm a huge beliver in "use somethin till it's toast.")
Come on people.......
It's ok, we know what was meant.
I no, butt the miss pelling of that wurd is one of my biggist pet peevs.
You can keep it to yourself or start a conversation. My pet peeve is doing that in front of everybody.
Ok, back on topic. 4 wheeler...no question. Much easier to move it around.
My usual bag is whatever the casino was giving away.
Seriously, I have a small Samsonite spinner. On SWA the wheels stick out too far to shut the overhead bin. And that is with the (likely) smallest one they offer.
Yep, I read that about wheels stick out too far to shut the overhead bin.
I have a samsonite roller small enough to put inside my tumi roller. the tumi is quite big, big enough I check it now as sometimes they wont let me bring it on but it fits in the overheard bin just fine
Don't you just hate these educated smartarses!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Where is the question mark?
I like the two wheel pullers for two reasons.
1. You get about an extra inch of luggage space for the same sized bag.
2. I think the two wheel pullers have much sturdier wheels and have a lot less that can go wrong if you have to check a bag. Those spinners look very fragile in the wheel area.
For me the ability to move my suitcase around like I'm playing "Frogger" (remember the Seinfeld episode) isn't worth the tradeoff for more sturdiness and a little extra luggage room.
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