@narfcake Even going thru my history, I can’t again find the page, but what I referenced was on the first page of a g-search…
I’ll claim double vision, or hopeium, adding the 1 in front of the 9. No other rational explanation.
However, I have flown, recently, on SouthWest, with a soft bag approaching those dimensions.
@PlacidPenguin This must be the second comment you’ve made this week about having never flown. I’m not passing any judgement, but now I’d like to know why. Never had a need to? Honestly, if I were in your situation, I might just never get on a plane just to have that claim to fame.
How long is the handle when fully extended? (Seriously, I hook bags with extendable handles like that onto the antitip wheels of my boyfriend’s wheelchair when we travel, and there’s a sweet spot for it!)
I was in the exact same boat as the write-up. I already have a good carry-on duffel that’s just the right size for my trips but still fits in a CRJ200 overhead. This has a hard bottom and I have the option to roll it, though. I bought it. If it doesn’t work out, it’s not like I’m broke.
Like all things on Meh, I don’t really need this, but am considering it. I have a rolling duffel now and it’s falling apart. In my experience, these are too heavy to carry any real distance, so I end up using a traditional roller suitcase (mine is approved overhead size). I wonder if I had a decent bag in this format if I would actually use it any more? Hmm.
@fastharry LxW is within the limit, so as long as you don’t max it out it’s good. It is over the limit for the personal item, if that’s what you meant, and since it’s hard LxW you can’t smush it down like a duffel.