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There is a wide variety of luggage options available today. Choosing between soft-sided luggage, hard-sided luggage, carry-ons, and wheeled luggage, not to mention all the different luggage brands to choose from, can be intimidating.

Get Your Luggage at Luggage Pros! Shopping for luggage online can save you a lot of time. You can easily browse many stores, looking between luggage styles, brands, and colors, in order to choose the right luggage that meets your needs. No need to fight traffic and parking, going from store to store. And if you're shopping on a budget, purchasing luggage online can save you hundreds of dollars over traditional retail stores.

When evaluating luggage stores, you need to consider a number of items. Some of the most important are:

  • Does the store offer competitive pricing for its luggage products?
  • Does the store offer a wide variety of luggage brands, or just a few?
  • What if you're not satisfied with the luggage you purchase? Can you return it for a full refund?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best luggage stores available today. We hope these reviews help you with your next luggage purchase!

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2016

Luggage Store Reviews

5 stars
Luggage Pros

LUGGAGE PROSTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

In a nutshell, this store is great. Shoppers are able to shop for luggage by brand, style, type, price, or top sellers, which make shopping and navigation a breeze. Luggage Pros offers free shipping, free returns, and a lowest price guarantee. You can't beat this luggage store for ease, selection, and the lowest prices. Read More... Visit
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4.5 stars
Wayfair

WAYFAIR

Wayfair scores high with us for two reasons, value and selection. Don't be fooled by the simplicity of this site, there’s a lot to offer. Wayfair provides a wide range of products from one of the largest lists of manufacturers we've seen. If you are shopping for luggage, pet cases, duffel bags, backpacks, computer bags and more, Wayfair has what you need. Read More... Visit
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4 stars
Kaehler

KAEHLER

This luggage store is geared to the professional, seasoned traveler; but even the novice will appreciate the selections provided. Kaehler offers free shipping on luggage orders over $100 and free returns (within 30 days of purchase), along with a 110% lowest price guarantee. Read More... Visit
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3 stars
E Bags

E BAGS

This luggage store is jam-packed with information and could be overwhelming to the novice internet shopper. Browsers have a wide array of options to search for luggage, including brand, style, type, price, or material. eBags does not to offer free shipping and free returns. Instead, eBags offers economical shipping rates on luggage purchases with a 60-day return policy (instead of the standard 30), and a per-item charge for returns. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
Luggage Guy

LUGGAGE GUY

Shoppers are greeted to a fun home page but soon realize the options are limited compared to other luggage stores. A broader selection of luggage brands would compliment this fun, easy to use site. Luggage Guy offers free shipping, free returns, and guaranteed low prices. Read More... Visit
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2 stars
Luggage Point

LUGGAGE POINT

Luggage Point is a poorly built website with limited selection. We recommend you don't waste your time trying to navigate the unattractive and limited merchandise. This site only had a fraction of the brands our higher ranked companies provide. Read More... Visit
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2 stars
Overstock

OVERSTOCK

Overstock is a good store for specialty pieces of luggage, and provides informative customer reviews. However, limited selection, a sub-par return policy, and restocking fees on returned luggage mean there are better options available. Read More... Visit
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Choosing the Right Luggage

Historically, luggage consisted mainly of large trunks or bulky chests. Today, the term is readily used to describe a suitcase, garment bag, duffle and/or tote. A suitcase is commonly used for clothing to be worn throughout a lengthy trip, while a duffle or tote may be used as an overnight bag for very short times away from home.

When it comes to traveling with your luggage, having the right products may mean the difference in having a memorable trip and one that you would rather forget. The right luggage will provide you with organization, plenty of room and a few spare compartments for all of the little souvenirs that you pick up during your travels. Above all, the best luggage will be selected after first determining how you intend to use it. What size will you need and what is the anticipated length of your trip(s)? The answers to both of these questions will help with your decision and will ensure that your luggage will be a perfect fit.

If you are like most, you are probably upgrading to a new luggage set. Perhaps you have an older suitcase and need a new product with more space or maybe your current set is simply beginning to show its age. Whatever the reason, choosing the size for your new suitcase can simply be done by measuring the inside of your old one and then deciding whether or not you need the same size or one featuring a smaller or larger interior. With the accurate measurements, you will be able to narrow your choices down to only those that are available in the size that you need. The basic recommendation is that a suitcase should accommodate enough clothes to get you through your trip. The longer the trip, the larger the luggage.

Hard-sided suitcases are stain resistant, stronger than soft-sided luggage and can be used to protect fragile items. These types of suitcases typically feature wheels for easy transport and a pull bar. Semi-soft sided suitcases offer a sturdy frame and flexible interior, which is ideal if you tend to pack a bulging suitcase. These, too, commonly feature wheels and a pull bar for easy transport. Soft-sided suitcases are ideal for public transportation because they are lightweight and can be squeezed into small spaces.

Before you begin to shop, take a moment to think about how often your luggage will be used, what type of trips will be taken, the length of time you will be spending away from home and which items will be accompanying you on your travels.

Most quality luggage pieces will feature multiple compartments, which will make for easy storage. If you are traveling and are limited in the amount of space that you have for luggage, having extra compartments will be ideal. If you are looking for matched sets, most top luggage manufacturers, including American Tourister and Samsonite, offer a full product line of quality pieces in matching designs. Whether your choice is classic solids or you like a splash of color in your luggage, there is no shortage of choices.

 

 

 

Want to know where your luggage is? Delta will soon have an app for that

Want to track your luggage as easily as you follow your flight? If you answered with a hearty yes, then you should plan to make your end-of-the-year flight reservations with Delta. The commercial airline has developed a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID ...

Published:  Thu, 05 May 2016 15:35:00 GMT



Looted luggage: A growing problem at CLT

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- We've all seen the video of people taking luggage right off of baggage carousels at airports across the country, but now NBC Charlotte has uncovered it's happening right here at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Margaret ...

Published:  Thu, 05 May 2016 20:00:00 GMT



Delta will track luggage via RFID tags on cell networks

Multichannel News takes an in-depth look at Verizon Communications' strategy for bringing video services to mobile devices as the carrier introduces 5G technology over the next few years. Verizon is placing a large bet on wireless ascendancy among ...

Published:  Thu, 05 May 2016 07:40:00 GMT



Delta has a 'historic' new plan to ensure your luggage never gets lost

Delta really doesn't want to lose people's bags anymore. By the end of this year, the company plans to become the first airline to use RFID tags to enhance tracking of all luggage that passes through its system - a move the company is calling "historic.

Published:  Tue, 03 May 2016 15:10:00 GMT



Delta Airlines Luggage Tech: Tracking Your Bags Has Never Been This Easy

Lost luggage may no longer be a problem as Delta Airlines are set to launch a new technology replacing handheld bar code scanner system, which has been the standard use since 1990. By the use of a Fly Delta mobile app, the passengers can now track their ...

Published:  Wed, 04 May 2016 16:25:00 GMT



Can bright-colored luggage help keep bedbugs away?

Listen up, travelers: With summer vacation around the corner, a new study claims bright-colored luggage could help keep bedbugs away. At ABC Home and Commercial Services, Raleigh Jenkins deals with home and hotel bedbug infestations. He doesn't feel too ...

Published:  Tue, 03 May 2016 19:30:00 GMT



The end of lost luggage? Delta rolls out new bag tracking technology

Delta Air Lines will soon become the first U.S. airline to use the baggage tracking technology called Radio Frequency Identification on all baggage - 120 million bags a year - the airline announced Friday, according to Mashable. Delta anticipates the ...

Published:  Mon, 02 May 2016 07:41:00 GMT



Samsonite launches app to keep track of your luggage

Dubai: Losing luggage at airports is a nightmare for every traveller and 24.1 million pieces of baggage were mishandled worldwide in 2014, meaning they were temporarily or permanently lost. Out of the 24.1 million pieces, 85 per cent were returned to their ...

Published:  Thu, 05 May 2016 06:59:00 GMT



 

 

 

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