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Product description

Size:2-Piece Set (20/24)  |  Color:Silver

Introducing the lightweight SwissGear 3750 Expandable Hardside Spinner Luggage. This 2-Piece Set is made of a durable ABS material, featuring a push-button locking retractable handle and four multi-directional lightweight spinner wheels for easy maneuvering around the airport. Constructed using a fully lined, expandable split-case design for naturally superior packing organization, other features include a top and side molded lift handle, clothing tie-down straps, and a zippered divider panel to help keep everything in place. PRODUCT DIMENSIONS 20”: 21.25 x 14 x 9 in, 24”: 26 x 17.5 x 11 in


From the manufacturer

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SWISSGEAR 6750 2PC Set SWISSGEAR 7272 3PC Set SWISSGEAR 7366 3PC Set SWISSGEAR 6283 3PC Set
USB Equipped ✓
Wheels 4 Multi-Directional 8 Multi-Directional 4 Multi-Directional 4 Multi-Directional
Expandable ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Built-in TSA Lock ✓ ✓
Outer Front Pockets ✓
Wet Bag ✓
Bundled Item Dopp Kit
Material ABS Polycarbonate ABS 600D Polyester

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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