The Top-Rated Luggage for Serious Travelers

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If you are a frequent traveller, you need durable luggage that you can get around with in the airport. Here are 8 Carry Ons that should do the trick!
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Biaggi Contempo Four Wheel Spinner Collapsible

This carry-on features front compartments along with a side hand for easy hoisting.
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Zuca Pro Travel

This bag has five color-coded zip closed and removable compartments that stack and slide out like little drawers. ie undies in one drawers, socks in another, etc.
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Briggs and Riley Communter Expandable Upright

If you have to sit on your suitcase to close it, then this carry on in your answer. It has a compression system that let’s you pack 33 perfect more stuff and still be within carry-on parameters.
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Victorinox Spectra

You can spin this bag 360 degrees. It has its own customer service number as well as a tracking number. If it gets lost, it also has an extra capactity version.
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Travelpro Platnium Magna Spinner Suiter

The Suiter has four-dual weekls that help align the wheels. Its handle has a great contour grip.
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Tumi Alpha Lightweight

The Alphas is newer, lighter with 360 degree wheels and bumper sides. There is a tracking number if it gets lost along with free monogramming.
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Rinowa Salsa Air

This is a hard sided case in some really cool retro shades of blue, purple and gols. It is the the lighterst at 4.2 lbs. But it has a handle that can lock into any position.
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Genius Pack Packer

What’s great about this bag is everything that its place. There are labeled compartments for battery packs, devices and even a laundry chute where you can store your worn clothes!
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Travel & Leisure Tip/Fact #3

Sleeping in an airport is never ideal, especially if you are unprepared and let's face it, most people never plan for a cancelled flight. If you are ever in a situation where bad weather forces flight delays or even cancellations and you aren't in the position to be able to blow money on a hotel room, sleeping in the airport might be your only option. Fortunately, larger airports are starting to provide cots, pillows, blankets and basic toiletries for stranded travelers. It may not be a bed but it's definitely better than nothing!