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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 12:29pm
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Luggage????

All right everyone....I'm in need of a new bag for the season, to carry all of my stuff. I'm one that carries 2 of everything but shoes. I also carry a good sized towel. What do you use???

I was looking at the Honig's wheeled collapsible duffel, if anyone uses that bag I'd like your opinion.

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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 01:15pm
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All right everyone....I'm in need of a new bag for the season, to carry all of my stuff. I'm one that carries 2 of everything but shoes. I also carry a good sized towel. What do you use???

I was looking at the Honig's wheeled collapsible duffel, if anyone uses that bag I'd like your opinion.

Thanks
I found a great tote last season at Marshalls (a discount place, not sure what part of the country you are from) for $50 that holds it all. I always carry two of evertying as well. It also is small enough for a carry on bag for most airlines (I have used it several time and had no check in problems). It is a Sampsonite but I am not sure of the model. If you have somewhere that sells things like that at a discount, that is where I would start looking. Kind of a "discontinued" item store.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 01:23pm
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I'd tell you what I use... but then M&M and refnrev always say I basically bring a car on wheels.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 01:36pm
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I use a wheeled luggage set I purchased from Burlington Coat Factory 3 piece, cost me $39. it came with a roller, small duffel and toiletry bag. Just perfect for me, I also have 2 of each. It came in different color, Of course I got black..
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 01:51pm
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All right everyone....I'm in need of a new bag for the season, to carry all of my stuff. I'm one that carries 2 of everything but shoes. I also carry a good sized towel. What do you use???

I was looking at the Honig's wheeled collapsible duffel, if anyone uses that bag I'd like your opinion.

Thanks

Just make sure it is wheeled and black, both look more professional.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 03:37pm
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I'd tell you what I use... but then M&M and refnrev always say I basically bring a car on wheels.
Tanner, that ain't no lie! Just kidding. Sorry I haven't e-mailed you back. I've been real busy with work.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 04:03pm
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I have a travelpro luggage bag, but it costs just a little bit of money, but it is great for organizing.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 05:09pm
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All right everyone....I'm in need of a new bag for the season, to carry all of my stuff. I'm one that carries 2 of everything but shoes. I also carry a good sized towel. What do you use???

I was looking at the Honig's wheeled collapsible duffel, if anyone uses that bag I'd like your opinion.

Thanks
Black travelprolike bag. Buy somewhat cheap. If u travel by air, something that will fit in the overhead. No bigger than 24" wide. How u pack it will determine how much you can transport. Note the wheels make it easier on your back and keeps u closer to hands-free.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 05:10pm
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I have a travelpro luggage bag, but it costs just a little bit of money, but it is great for organizing.
Is this Bruce?
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 06:33pm
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Geez !

"...A car on wheels."

That don't even make no sense.
Ya gotta be in Illinois to hear that stuff ?
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 06:39pm
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"...A car on wheels."

That don't even make no sense.
Ya gotta be in Illinois to hear that stuff ?
Ever try carrying a bunch of stuff thru the airport while dragging your bag. you need all the hands u can handle.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 07:08pm
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Ever try carrying a bunch of stuff thru the airport while dragging your bag. you need all the hands u can handle.
You like that metaphor ?
Still don't make no sense.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 08:32pm
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I use a wheeled luggage set I purchased from Burlington Coat Factory 3 piece, cost me $39. it came with a roller, small duffel and toiletry bag. Just perfect for me, I also have 2 of each. It came in different color, Of course I got black..

Which probably saved you a pile of cash you would've spent on Sharpies.
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2006, 11:55pm
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Tanner, that ain't no lie! Just kidding. Sorry I haven't e-mailed you back. I've been real busy with work.
No problem, no rush...get back to me whenever you can.

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"...A car on wheels."

That don't even make no sense.
Ya gotta be in Illinois to hear that stuff ?
Yep...didn't really think too much on that one. Oh well, long weekend at the bar!
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Old Tue Sep 26, 2006, 09:11am
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Yep...didn't really think too much on that one. Oh well, long weekend at the bar!
Damn students. Can't wait for them to get to school and get back to studying where they belong.

mick - Tanner's so close to the Indiana line, I would consider him almost a Hoosier. Surely no one in Illinois would make a comment like that!
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