All About Luggage

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by Jennifer » Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:40 am

MyPillow wrote:I din ask the model - looks the mid size , the silver one . $1000 I can buy a air tick to Swiss on SQ during promo .
Am using Samsonite , America tourister , harsh pup - oldest is S n hush , 7 yrs to 8 yrs . Time to chg , already value for money . I recommend these brands as I been going to -10c for the past 6 yrs! These luggage’s are quite weather proof . Lately , I saw one sold by winning marketing , can tahan crash (?) abt $200 plus for a big size
I saw Winning Marketing luggage at CCK Lot 1 some weeks ago.
Enticed by its price :lol:
Yet to bring hubby to see them.

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by Jennifer » Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:41 am

Estéema wrote:American Tourister is not too bad. We're still using it after 8 years. FinAir lost one of the wheels of or Delsey. It's a very neat luggage but had to say goodbye in our last trip coz it happened at the beginning of our trip. We bought an ACE as replacement.
Luggage damage at the start of a trip is a nightmare.

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by Estéema » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:17 am

Jennifer wrote:
Estéema wrote:American Tourister is not too bad. We're still using it after 8 years. FinAir lost one of the wheels of or Delsey. It's a very neat luggage but had to say goodbye in our last trip coz it happened at the beginning of our trip. We bought an ACE as replacement.
Luggage damage at the start of a trip is a nightmare.
It was indeed. We had to make quick decision to get new one as it's the big luggage & it's hard to move ard. The trip became a shopping trip at the start, before we cld start focus on our original sightseeing plans. Kinda stressful. :sweat:

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by sharon1234 » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:43 pm

Estéema wrote:American Tourister is not too bad. We're still using it after 8 years. FinAir lost one of the wheels of or Delsey. It's a very neat luggage but had to say goodbye in our last trip coz it happened at the beginning of our trip. We bought an ACE as replacement.
FinAir lost one of the wheels? Could you claim from FinAir in this case? or your travel insurance?

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by Katherin22 » Thu Nov 22, 2018 12:26 pm

I love travelling and traveling light is a necessity for me. I am looking for a lightweight travel luggage for my upcoming trips. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance! :celebrate:


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Re: All About Luggage

Post by floppy » Thu Nov 22, 2018 2:39 pm

Katherin22 wrote:I love travelling and traveling light is a necessity for me. I am looking for a lightweight travel luggage for my upcoming trips. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance! :celebrate:
Impossible to recommend lah.
Some people like fabric, others prefer ABS. The more atas one may choose aluminum instead. And all of them may weigh roughly the same.

Best to visit a departmental store or your favorite brand boutique to check it out.

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by Estéema » Thu Nov 22, 2018 2:47 pm

sharon1234 wrote:
Estéema wrote:American Tourister is not too bad. We're still using it after 8 years. FinAir lost one of the wheels of or Delsey. It's a very neat luggage but had to say goodbye in our last trip coz it happened at the beginning of our trip. We bought an ACE as replacement.
FinAir lost one of the wheels? Could you claim from FinAir in this case? or your travel insurance?
FinAir quite cheapskate. Actually ask for luggage so they can send for replacement of wheels, but it’ll take at least a week coz they send it to Germany (think office is there) & then to a neighboring country (not sure Turkey or Prague) for repairs.

We just buy a brand new one. How to wait for one week as we’re on the go? We thot we’ll put thro travel ins claim but we lost the receipt along the way. Think DH said lost but I vaguely rmbr he put in the stack for tax claim at the airport. Nvm.

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by ThinkingYouths » Fri Dec 07, 2018 5:12 pm

I think some insurance companies will still reimburse you for damaged luggage even without any receipt. Just that the amount may be less than what you bought it for.

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Re: All About Luggage

Post by tankee » Fri Feb 01, 2019 9:34 pm

Jennifer wrote:
Estéema wrote:American Tourister is not too bad. We're still using it after 8 years. FinAir lost one of the wheels of or Delsey. It's a very neat luggage but had to say goodbye in our last trip coz it happened at the beginning of our trip. We bought an ACE as replacement.
Luggage damage at the start of a trip is a nightmare.
agreed

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Swiss Polo agent / local office

Post by jacsplace » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:33 pm

Hi, does anyone know if Swiss Polo has an office here? Or who brings in their luggage? TIA and much appreciated.

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