With baggallini’s new getaway travel system, there’s never been a better time to upgrade your carry-on than now. Meet their 2-wheel underseat carry — a lightweight, fit everything you could need right underneath the seat of a plane. I took it for a spin this month and here’s what I loved about baggallini’s getaway travel system.
Getaway with Baggallini’s 2-Wheel Underseat Carry-On
If you saw last month, I shared a bit about why baggallini is one of the smartest travel bag companies around in this post. I love that these bags are designed by two flight attendants — for me, it’s what sets these travel bags apart from the rest. Their intuitive and they’ve thought of it all.
Their new getaway travel system has three options — the 2-wheel underseat carry-on (pictured here), a 4-wheel rolling tote, and a 4-wheel 22″ carry-on. In addition to these, they have toiletry kits, accessories like a chic vitamin case, and packing cubes (my personal favorite!). You can find all of these via this link.
A Closer Look At The 2-Wheel Underseat Carry-On
First thing I noticed about the 2-wheel underseat carry-on was how lightweight it is. Made in water-resistant nylon (a.k.a. don’t worry about any spills on the plane), the telescoping handle makes it easy to roll around when traveling. The interior is well organized and even has a specific pocket with their RFID card slot and passport pocket. Inside, there’s a padded laptop pocket as well which fits a 10’H x 13’W laptop.
I decided to pack it as a carry-on and stuffed my cubes with enough outfits for a weekend as well as my toiletries — it fits everything. Using baggallini’s packing cubes and organizers, it all fit like a glove.
- Sleeve for luggage handle
- Carry-on size
- RFID- card slot
- Lightweight and made of water-resistant nylon
This getaway travel system collection is ideal for those who want a sturdy yet organized bag. For me, it’s all about being able to have quick access to everything, especially when you’re on the run.
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