Briggs and Riley Baseline 21'' Expandable 22"x14"x8.5" Garment Bags - Black Reviews
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Briggs and Riley Baseline 21'' Expandable 22"x14"x8.5" Garment Bags - Black

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  • A suitcase AND a garment bag all in one, The Briggs and Riley Baseline 21.

    Sep 22, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Holds a lot with extra compartments and a terrific warranty.
    Cons: Only has two choices of colors and one of them is black.

    Summary: My sister-in-law was getting married and about the only thing they needed (second marriages, established careers) was luggage and landscaping. Noticing right away that the landscaping option would most likely include labor, both my other ... read more

  • Very Basic, Very Tough, Bag

    Jan 9, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: TOUGH
    Cons: Somewhat pricey
    A little skimpy with pockets.

    Summary: There are several different "levels" of luggage available for a modern traveler: 1) Cheap-o Wal-Mart, Sears, Etc. no-name "5 pc. luggage set for $50" bags. These bags MAY be suitable if your traveling is done entirely in your own car or if you fly ... read more

  • The Road Warrior's Carry-on

    Apr 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Perfect size, roominess, weight, and durability for a carry-on.
    Cons: Two-hand operation at start-up and shut-down.

    Summary: Last year I logged 100,000 plus domestic and international miles on major and minor carriers in North and South America. 90% of the time I carry on, so for me the most important attributes of luggage are size, roominess, weight, durability and dynamic ... read more

  • Phenomenal luggage

    Feb 18, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great warranty, solid construction, good use of space
    Cons: Stupidest handle design on the planet (revised in latest model!)

    Summary: My "JC Penney special" luggage set was getting a bit worn after years of service, and while in Orlando last summer, I realized that I needed a replacement right away. Fortunately, I stopped off at an outlet mall and found a baggage store that carried ... read more

  • Briggs and Riley is the best luggage maker

    Feb 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Excellent quality, Very durable, Excellent warranty
    Cons: Expensive

    Summary: Briggs and Riley, as they will be glad to tell you, are the only luggage maker that warranty their luggage for airline damage. The benefit of buying such a tough rollaboard is that you don't have to worry about checking the bag, if you have to. ... read more

  • If you fly on anything other than your private jet - this is your luggage.

    Feb 4, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Lifetime warranty covers everything - including airline damage; well made
    Cons: A little more expensive than run-of-the mill, but still great value if you travel often.

    Summary: At last, luggage for the real world. This Briggs and Riley bag makes very efficient use of space, fits through x-ray/security templates perfectly(when not expanded), and lets you add a couple of extra inches of capacity by expanding (in case you bring ... read more

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  • Great luggage but forget the guarantee

    Jan 4, 2011 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Very, very strong; keeps its appearance.
    Cons: Need two hands to collapse the handle (what were they thinking?). 

    Summary: The 21" rollaboard is sturdy, dependable luggage.  Heavy duty zipper, wheels, and other parts.  This bag was made for serious road warriors.  The super-strong ballistic exterior still looks great after 100's of thousands of airline ... read more

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