Travel like a Professional

91eK5Bx5PUL._UY879_I remember standing in line and waiting for TSA while pilots and flight attendants were walking by getting to their flights. I always picture them carrying or pulling sleek, compact bags. I know that they are going to be on a trip for several days and still they always seem to carry such a small luggage with them.

I understand that pilots and flight attendants are not only professional flyers but also they are professional packers. It may be two weeks’ worth of clothes including the uniforms, and they pack it in a relatively small bag. This is the kind of efficiency that many people would like to master. The Travelpro carry-on luggage is the item that will make you feel and look professional.



Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 3 Review

Expand Your Luggage

The Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 3 contains hidden compartments and gets bigger when you unzip them. It also comes in different sizes from a regular carry-on model to 29-inch luggage that gives you huge space to pack. You can use individual pieces as a set; they all come in professional colors: black, blue and others depending on the size.

Convenient Handles

The handles of the Maxlite 3 are grooved and easy to grip. There is an expandable handle that you will use to transport the suitcase. There are also convenient handles attached to the sides for you to carry the luggage when you have to pick it up.

Better Size for a Good Price

Maxlite is not a huge investment, its price is not very high, partly because it’s mid-level luggage. The suitcase is 20-inch high, and it should be enough to support one person on a journey. Although the several days set of clothes fits in it, the luggage can be easily put into the overhead compartment.

Professional Durability

This Travelpro carry-on spinner is made durable without a hard-shell case. The bag can be easily cleaned and is flexible, but it gives your belongings the needed protection and safety. You can fit the suitcase into a smaller space than a hard-shell one and do not fear that anything inside may get damaged. A honeycomb frame and foam that supports the top layer make the exterior strong and reliable.

Additional skins and guards are placed in the corners and other vulnerable areas providing even more safety. This luggage looks like a new one for a long time; it is stylish and perfectly fits for business trips.

Maneuverable and Convenient

Spinner wheels give you the opportunity to move this luggage easily, even when it’s heavy loaded, so your arms and shoulders will not get the unnecessary additional pressure. Four wheels with 360 degrees rotation ability make this suitcase as maneuverable as you can only imagine. The expandable handle offers you the option of two lengths to choose from depending on your height.

TravelPro For the Pros

Many airline employees use Travelpro luggage sets for their professional trips. If people whose job is traveling choose these suitcases, then we probably will not be able to find many shortcomings in these bags either.

Not Designed For Small Things

One little problem that you have to face when using this suitcase is the absence of a small exterior pocket. Sometimes you may want to put little things like chords, cards, boarding passes in a suitcase pocket. Unfortunately this model does not have one, but you can solve this problem in different ways, for example, you may have another smaller bag in the set that you carry with you, or you can put tiny additional bag in a big exterior pocket of your Maxlite 3 luggage.

All in All

The Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 3 is surely a good investment, and its price is relatively small. We read many positive feedbacks on this luggage in various Travelpro luggage reviews. It is durable and safe; it holds enough space for the things you need during a several days trip. It is easy to move, and it’s extremely maneuverable. Many airline professionals choose these bags and considering their opinion we come to the conclusion that Maxlite 3 is not likely to disappoint us with its quality.



Travelpro Luggage Maxlite 3
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