Upon a star my wishes seem far
Upon a whim my hope seems dim
Witfully I write, poetically not so bright
You wonder where I come up with my schtick
You wonder if I’m full of it
Meh face pop sockets are not for you to fret
I come in a loving tone never one to test
My typically long windedness may never rest
Tonight I am not too wordy
Tonight I am humble and pleady
Ultimately my goal is simple and I am needy
@shahnm My request was filled once upon a time
If I drop more than my time you will here my chime
I am full of rhymes and can talk for days
My wife hates me when I go off on this phase
She says I suck and should buy a truck
I say meh don’t sell those! Bleh!
Face pop sockets will once day fill up my pockets
@shahnm Dismissed as a boob
Too much lube is being abused @shahnm needs to stop eating so much ramen
Cause it’s not uncommon to be united by a cause
People are united and my future is enlightened
Pop sockets are a treasure beyond measure
CRAP!! So when Meh says that the “Approximate Dimensions : 12 X 10 x 24 inches,” it means that you’ll get whatever we send you? I mean, if the backpacks/bags have different dimensions, shouldn’t you mention that, Meh? I mean, I would have ordered the other one if I knew we REALLY mean APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS. I am not a happy camper.
@aristan thanks!..Costco has a roller that expands from a small size up to carry on size…for 29 bucks. Gonna go with that as I think it will fir better on the regional airlines…but I appreciate the help!
I thought rolling duffles were sort of silly (for non-flyers); then my kids moved into dorms… this is freaking perfect. Use the dolly/wheels with it on move in/move out day, use it as a duffle for breaks to get back home, and use it as a backpack for when they already packed too much crap to carry when going elsewhere.
It needs a way to stow the dolly on the bag when it’s used as a backpack, or maybe a pillow or pad for your back if you wear it like a backpack when the dolly is in place.
Also, either the stated dimensions are a conservative estimate, or the model in the pictures is smaller than my perception of average.
Despite originally poo-pooing this bag, I decided to buy one. I have a kid going away to college this fall, and I guess having a disposable duffel bag for him to take will handy. This one seems big enough to bring enough clothes for a visit home, but not big enough to also bring all of his laundry…
I bought one of these last summer when they were about $10 more expensive, IIRC. Took it on a 2 week trip to Italy in July. It’s very light, but will have a tendency to fall over if you don’t pack heavy items near the corner of the rolling apparatus. I think it’s a steal at this price. My bro and sister-in-law bought one for themselves, too, but she hated it so much she didn’t bring it home.
I bought this bag last time around. It is perfect for what I want - a lightweight (in terms of ounces/pounds) suitcase that I can roll through the airport and lift to the overhead compartments by myself. My ‘go to’ Kirkland carry-on is too heavy for me, I’m short and not strong, so I have always relied on others to help me lift and retrieve it. The duffle was roomy enough for what I wanted. It was ‘tippy’, so I just made sure I leaned it against a wall. However, I would NEVER check this, it is too flimsy and would not stand up to luggage handlers or the weight of other luggage piled on top, the zippers and seams would pop, and maybe the hand-cart part might break. I still think it’s awesome, just be aware of what you are and are not getting.