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Samsonite B-Lite

Latest review: Sturdy, compact, lightweight and still looks good after 100+ journeys and 4 years. Wheels are still fully functional and there is not a single scratch on the skin. I mostly use it as a carry-on, but


Samsonite 72 hours

Latest review: I regularly used one of these 1.5 kg Samsonite spinner cabin suitcases for multiple trips and never had any issues with it so we needed another cabin case we bought another one exactly the same,


Samsonite Cosmolite

Latest review: We have had damson before and have loved their quality so had no qualms buying the cosmolite. We travel roughly one or two times a year and had been happy with it. This time the wheel fell off and we


Samsonite S'Cure Spinner

Latest review: It beautifully designed and one of the best luggages i had. It has been really difficult to find a luggage that has great wheels that last so long. the casing is also strong despite it being very


Samsonite Firelite

Latest review: The bag didn't survive it's maiden voyage. The covering of the hinge caught and bent back. Airline denied liability. Samsonite refused to honour the warranty. Single use very expensive bag. Wouldn't


Samsonite Solar Lite 72cm

Latest review: Good looking soft sided suitcase with some good features, but not recommended. It is lightweight construction, with a flimsy handle that is loose in its mountings, and together with the small wheels,


Samsonite Duranxt Lite

Latest review: I bought this as a set of three. The 55cm is still holding up reasonably well and gets the most use but, like the other reviewer, I quickly became aware that the wheels on the two larger suitcases


Samsonite Octolite

Latest review: We purchased these 2 expensive Samonsite cases because we believed they would be top quality. How wrong were we. They have been on 2 plane trips and they look like we have had them for 10 years


Samsonite Cosmolite FL

Latest review: Very disappointed that this otherwise excellent 2yo suitcase cracked (irreparably) on its second overseas trip. Despite no external evidence of impact or mishandling (other than the fatal crack in