Wheeled vs. Spinner Luggage

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Wheeled and spinner luggage both have their fair share of advantages and disadvantages. Learn about wheeled versus spinner luggage with help from a travel expert and the Founder and CEO of In-Flight Insider in this free video clip.

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Hello, my name is Carolyn Paddock, and I'm the founder and CEO of the travel website, In-flight Insider, and today we're at the beautiful Carlisle Showroom and I'm going to talk about wheeled luggage versus spinner luggage and now listen I have purchased more bags over the years more than I would say 20 bags in my lifetime and they have all been wheeled bags. Wheeled bags have two wheels. They're on one access and they're great. You can wheel your bags around like this. I don't know how anybody would live without them now. Now a spinner bag has four wheels. You can see here, four wheels, they're on two axes and they're called spinner bags because they spin and they're perfect for heavy bags. Now listen, my bag, this one has weighed up to 50 pounds and more and it will glide around a little bit like Morticia, it's fun. Now I have to say between wheeled and spinner bags, spinner is a great bag to have if it's heavy, wheeled is also a really great bag, either way if you're traveling and you're going through airports, you need to have wheels on your bag and it doesn't matter if it's two or four, just make sure. My takeaway tip for you today is when you buy a suitcase, I highly recommend that you take a spin with it, you take a little walk with it and make sure that it does not hit you in the back of your foot when you are walking. That would mean that the handle would be too short for your height. So just make sure you have the right size bag for you. Bon voyage. My name is Carolyn Paddock of In-flight Insider.

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