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Lipault Paris 28" Folding Wheeled Bag 3.6 5 7 7
Liapult 28" folding wheeled bag The idea of this bag was good, but it really needs support if you do not fill it up inside. It is also difficult to move unless you have it behind you leaning toward you. I think I prefer the four wheel easy move luggage better. I do like the light weight of this luggage, and I like the room for your things. Fifty pounds does not fill the luggage up. So therefore it caves in on itself. I do like the way you can store it in a smaller space which is why it is not firm support. I would love it if they had a firm board to snap into place at the top of the luggage like they do at the bottom of the luggage. For me, that would make this luggage so much more worth having it. They could even do that for the sides as it still could fold in on itself. October 5, 2011
Not what I had hoped for It seemed like just the thing for our 2 week visit to Ireland and I liked the idea that this luggage would collapse and could be stowed away under the bed when not in use. It is attractive luggage and the material seems substantial. However, it is unlikely I will ever use it again. I ordered two of these prior to our trip. The first one came with loose, pulled, stitching inside. I returned it and TS sent me a new one right away. These cases can easily hold 50 pounds of clothes but we did not want to haul that much around so we packed about 35 pounds. If you lift these suitcases by the handle when not stuffed full, they sag like a sack and are hard to maneuver when not using the wheels. By the time we arrived in Ireland, one of the little rests on the bottom was hanging by a thread, after just one airplane trip. Loose stitching apparently at fault again. But worst, was trying to live out of these every day. Because they are 'foldable' they have no structure at one end when not zipped up. When placed on a luggage rack and opened they slumped and collapsed. The lid was floppy and could not be raised and leaned against the wall to access the contents. It was very frustrating to use them. I will be giving them away if anyone will take them. August 27, 2011
Lightweight bag My primary purpose in buying a new bag was to get one that was lightweight and this one meets that criteria. It folds flat for storage and that is a plus, but this same feature means that it is "limp" when in use. The top has to be tucked behind the bag when open to keep it out of the way, and similarly, the sides do not stand up, but lean inward unless the bag is full. I found the bag sturdy, however the zipper that closes to conceal the handle broke. The zipper for the main compartment served well despite the bag being full. I would buy this bag again. October 6, 2011
Can be great, depending on your needs I bought this suitcase in anticipation of a 2-week trip to Canada. My major concern is always getting in under the 50-lb weight limit, and I was attracted by the light weight of the bag. I purchased the Eggplant color because I figured it would be easy to spot on a baggage carousel, particularly with my neon orange baggage tag attached. This is no ordinary suitcase. It has a lot of padding, and if you don't set up the interior side walls, you basically have a floppy, shiny, padded duffle bag. Even with the sides firmed up, there is a certain amount of floppiness. Initially the material seemed a little shiny and maybe not that sturdy, but it did hold up well on our trip which involved lots of carrying up and down stairs, loading into cars and on to trains, etc. I also packed it quite full and once zipped, although the zipper seams were strained, they held firm. The bag rolls easily, even on weird surfaces like cobblestones and fine gravel. My favorite part of this suitcase (and the reason I purchased it) is the light weight. I actually stuffed in extra garments before departing. Usually the night before a trip I am taking things out. This bag holds quite a lot without exceeding the 50-lb limit. (I think there might be some magic involved.) It will be my go-to bag for longer trips. We'll see how the seams and fabric hold out. October 5, 2011
Not a good value I bought this for the same reason all the other reviewers did - its light weight and storability. I have two of these in different sizes and have had them for 2 years now. They have not held up at all. They are torn, filthy, and the zippers are coming apart. They are a great idea but they should hold up much better than they have. I cannot recommend them at all- I wil be replacing them. February 13, 2013
Lightweight and durable This suitcase has it all for travelers, the Lipault suitcase is lightweight, has smooth zippers, durability,and great wheels. The bag also has a wonderful vinyl bag for storage. Recommend the 28 inch size for long distance travel. We kept to the airline weight limit by 5lbs. August 5, 2013
Loved this suitcase I took this with me to France and a yacht cruise in Greece. It was sturdy, foldable, so I could stow it under the bed on the cruise. It takes up a small space but you can pack a lot in it. The wheels are sturdy and held up well. The brown color is very rich, but hides dirt. I also have the 22" wheeled bag. Using the inner straps help to prevent clothes and items from shifting. October 4, 2011
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Product:90663-Lipault Paris 28" Folding Wheeled Bag
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