Samsonite Aeris Comfort Spinner Reviews
Product Type: Samsonite Suitcase
Description:Brand: Samsonite / Type: Hard Case / Trolley: 4 Wheels / Style: Standard Cases / The new Aeris Comfort collection by ... more
Samsonite Aeris Comfort Spinner ... Samsonite is a new generation of lightweight wheeled suitcases combined with modern aerodynamic designs and an exclusive Samsonite patterned texture. The Aeris Comfort Spinner 82cm has a highly functional interior with two pairs of elastic straps and a large zipped pocket.
Newest Review: ... basically sit on the upright suitcase whilst waiting around in the airport. The Aeris Comfort Spinner suitcases are the four ... more
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Customer Samsonite Aeris Comfort Spinner Reviews (6)
by - written on 18/04/12 (Very useful, 1278 readings)
We have 2 of the Samsonite Aeris Comfort Spinner suitcases. We have had them for about 4 years now, and they have been on around 40 or so return flights, and they have been on removal trucks and ferries many times as well. Suffice to say they have had an awful lot of use! We bought them when we were living in Sweden and one of the reasons that we chose Samsonite was the 10 year global warranty. At the time we were moving around Europe quite a bit and so we figured that this was a handy peace of mind to have, especially as the suitcases were very expensive. We have 2 different sizes in the suitcases, we have one of the 82cm size, and one of the 75cm size. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/11 (Very useful, 554 readings)
I bought mine while in Scotland since i had bought so much stuff i needed to haul it all back home, and there was no spare room in my original case. The case has very stiff netting inside it, with pockets at the back, and also a double zip which can be used to padlock the lot. The handle is plastic but has a metal strip running underneath it, to keep the weight down. Speaking of weight, it is very heavy because of the outer lining. It is really thick and is designed to protect your stuff. I kicked it once an a very minor dent appeared then just popped back out again with no damage on the inside. Clearly built to last, but this makes it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 504 readings)
I try to get away a few times a year, generally only around Europe and even then I typically only bring a carry-on (Ryanair flights!). Recently however I was on a trip to Beijing so I needed to increase my luggage space. When I was looking around online I knew nothing about what case to buy, only what size I wanted. I came across the Samsonite website and knowing that they were a reputable brand I settled on the Samsonite Aeris Comfort spinner. It is a hard cover (won't get squashed), four wheeled suitcase with an extendable handle. Samsonite claim that the hard cover is resistant to scratches but after one leg of my trip the cover had a scratch down one side. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 352 readings)
Solid ....SOLID as a rock! *Breaks into tune* Everything but the kitchen sink goes when I go away. This Samsonite is fairly spacious on the inside and is nice and sturdy. That was an important factor for us when buying it because we have spent alot of time travelling on trains and buses, and anyone that knows this way of travel, will know your suitcases can get pretty bashed around. I've actually got 3 of these because with having teenagers, they always want to pack heaps as well. Very often with other suitcases that we've had, things, such like presents that you buy when away to stuff in your suitcase for the journey home get damaged. With the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 697 readings)
This Samsonite is one of the lightest hard-shelled ones and doesn't lose anything from being this. I went in the store and the salesman stood on it, how many other shops stand on their own product? None, as far as I know. It has a nice ribber seal around the rim of the shells which means it is more waterproof than most cases and also it is dust proof which helps with storing it in the attic. Everything on it is rugged as can be but you expect this from any Samsonite don't you. If this is the first Samsonite you are looking at, it is probably heavier than previous cases you've had. Don't fret, it will last a lifetime. The Aeris Comfort I have comes with a 10 year ... Read the complete review
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