"This is one of the lightest "hard-side" suitcases that is currently available. At a time when airlines are cracking down on weight, it's tough getting a large suitcase that by itself weighs 10-15 pounds of your allowed weight. The hard side on this is nothing like the hard sides of earlier, more heavy models, but it is more protective than cloth. It wheels around either on four or on two well. We have taken this on one domestic flight and it did fine. Next summer we'll try it on an international trip, as well as more national trips. Time will tell about durability."
"I bought the 3 piece Tansmania for a trip to Great Britain becaue our old luggage was heavy and hard to manage. When we got the package for the trip we realized we could not use the smaller carry-on cause they would'nt fit in the bus overhead although they would have been no problem in the plane overhead so we purchased another 29" piece. My husband and I used the two 29" pieces and we loved them. Purple color could be spotted right away and is very good looking. These bags were only on and off a plane twice but they were on and off a bus 19 times. Afterwards,no scratches, no lost labels, no broken wheels and the convenience of having the spinners that let you just easily roll them to your side was wonderful. We are extremely pleased with this luggage and definitely would purchase it again."
"What a great set of luggage. Color is wonderful.. my favorite, and the spinners and movement is fantastic! I have taken it on train and plane and worked well. My great nephew loves it because it is so light he can carry it over his head and look like a strong man.( he is 7). I have a bad spine and this spinner luggage has made it much easier for me to travel. I love the extra lightness that allows me to pack more too. Only one little difficulty... I must have missed .. that it must be fully opened both top and bottom, They are equally packed. The footprint is rather larger than a top opening case. and it does not sit well in hotel bag holders. (sorry can't think what that is called)"