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Cool Suitcases

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by FidelCashflow, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. GlenCoe

    GlenCoe Senior member

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    I was under the impression that they were custom LVs.

    THey were designed by MJ for LV. I guess the first post was confusing.
     
  2. IBJanky

    IBJanky Senior member

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    Another vote for the Saddleback Leather suitcase. It's on my xmas wishlist.

    I don't care if it gets scuffed, roughed up. Adds character.

    It it does break, they'll replace/repair it for free. 100 year warranty.

    myke
     
  3. CHenry

    CHenry Senior member

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    Hard to believe no one has mentioned a pelican case yet?

    [​IMG]

    Come in all sorts of sizes, practically indestructable ABS, it even floats too.


    They are great for storing and shipping, and if you don't have to carry them, air travel as well. I use them to transport delicate medical electronics and photo gear, but for ordinary luggage, I would seek something much lighter, which would include almost anything made. The case it self would eat a huge hole in your weight allowance.
     
  4. Aldehyde

    Aldehyde Senior member

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    Bit surprised no one has mentioned American Tourister - the quintessential 60s hard-side suitcases.

    I've got a full set of Tiara in gray. Used them on a train tour of the west coast.

    Large Suitcase
    Medium Suitcase
    Small Suitcase
    Hard-Side Garment bag
    Brief Case
    Train Case (for the fiancÃ[​IMG])

    $200 all in. I relined the cases w/ a beige canvas.

    Extremely durable, I get comments on them constantly.

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