Hartmann Expandable Mobile Traveler

$ 895.00

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Hartmann Expandable Mobile Traveler

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Item# 722F

$ 895.00

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Designed to fit a week's worth of clothing, this wheeled bag moves effortlessly through crowded areas. MT3 technology allows the bag's lightweight polyproplene frame to endure blows or crushing without damage and includes a patent-pending flat packing system. Push-button, locking handle system. Outboard Duracore wheels provide superior manueverability. Zippered tie pocket, padded garment straps and multiple zip pockets. Locks are TSA approved. Includes Global Recovery System. 14" x 22" x 9". Expands two inches for additional packing space. Imported. Navy flannel drawstring bag included to protect the luggage when not in use. Hartmann care instructions.

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Description & features

Designed to fit a week's worth of clothing, this wheeled bag moves effortlessly through crowded areas. MT3 technology allows the bag's lightweight polyproplene frame to endure blows or crushing without damage and includes a patent-pending flat packing system. Push-button, locking handle system. Outboard Duracore wheels provide superior manueverability. Zippered tie pocket, padded garment straps and multiple zip pockets. Locks are TSA approved. Includes Global Recovery System. 14" x 22" x 9". Expands two inches for additional packing space. Imported. Navy flannel drawstring bag included to protect the luggage when not in use. Hartmann care instructions.

Item# 722F
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Buy Bought one a year ago. Used many times. Superb quality and design. I expect to use for many more years. Highly recommend! Goes well with overnight bag of same line. November 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great set This luggage set is very good quality and very durable. Easy to clean and take care of. Needs a plastic cover for flight travel. August 20, 2011
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