Gold-tone lock and keys, metallic leather luggage tag, cross straps to hold items in place
Dyed-to-match reinforced double anti-puncture zippers with oversized gold-tone zipper pulls for ease of use
Carry-On Interior: Removable garment bag with mesh and wet pocket; cross straps to hold items in place; 2 elastic sidewall pockets 2 removable packable pocket drawers with clear-view mesh windows (12"W x 8"D x 5"H) 2 flip dividers; full-zip interior divider with mesh pocket
XL Interior: Removable garment bag with mesh and wet pocket (21"W x 38"H); Full-zip divider with mesh pocket; cross straps to hold items in place; 2 elastic sidewall pockets 3 removable packable pocket drawers with clear-view mesh windows (16"W x 8"D x 6-1/2"H) 2 flip dividers
Carry-On Weights & Dimensions: Approximately 8.8 lbs with all components and 7.8 lbs without & 14"L x 10-1/2"W x 22"H
XL Dresser Weights & Dimensions: Approximately 13.4 lbs with components and 12.2 lbs without & 18"L x 12"W x 28"H
I actually received the carryon size in an IRK. In the dark blue (my favorite color). I took it on my last cruise and I was impressed with it (it was also dragged through two train stations and a couple cab rides, and some walking in the city). Handled itself well and in li has a few scuffs from being taken on/off the ship in a big bin! Spins better than my other luggage, and I loved the little drawers inside. Honestly, I wish I could afford to buy the set cause I’d love the larger one too! Also, this was a bit more unique than other suitcases, so I was able to easily spot it on the pier when I got off the ship!
@SelfGovern Yes, the majority of luggage that was on the pier was soft-sided and black or gray. A few pieces looked different enough to make them stand out. Of the other hard sided luggage, none had the wavy pattern and mine was the only blue one (which is why I was hoping to have luggage that is easier to spot, when your luggage is in a huge lot of luggage, you want something you can look for without having to read a ton of tags hoping that piece is yours)
@savvysapphire i believe they were making a pointless, pedantic, and overdone jab at your use of the phrase “more unique.” i.e., since unique already means one of a kind, something cannot be “more unique.” we all understood what you meant though, and i appreciated your review.
@savvysapphire I thought that once you made it to the “cruising class,” you had your porters carry it to your own private carriage or railcar. (private railcar preferred – if you happen to own a railroad.)