Best Luggage for 2014 Unveiled by CreditDonkey
To help consumers avoid the emotional baggage that comes with spending too much on poor-quality luggage, the credit card comparison and education site analyzed expert and customer reviews to assemble a list of best suitcases.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
With several months to go before the start of summer travel season, now’s a good time to pack your potential packing troubles into a new kit bag, ensuring that both you and your belongings arrive at the destination safely. To help you get the most bag for the buck, CreditDonkey.com today announced its picks for Best Luggage for the Money, 2014.
“Once you hit the road, your luggage should be a reliable travel partner,” said CreditDonkey founder Charles Tran. “As with any relationship, it’s important to be selective. You want to choose a partner that meets your needs without breaking your budget or falling to pieces when the going gets a little rough.”
Since no single case, bag or luggage set is “best” for everyone, the editors of CreditDonkey chose winners in four different categories:
- Best Luggage Set Under $100. The winner here is a five-piece “nested” set featuring wheeled uprights. Soft-sided with fully lined interiors, each bag features numerous zippered pockets so users can keep their belongings well-organized.
- Best Luggage Set Under $300. This category’s best buy is a two-piece, hard-cased set that will keep your possessions from being damaged by even the most brutal baggage handler. Although they’re extremely safe and durable, these spinners” (four-wheeled bags) may lack the capacity of soft luggage.
- Best Luggage for Kids. The winning bag is lightweight, tough, and offers plenty of space for youngsters who haven’t yet learned to pack only what’s needed. The hard case provides a long, telescoping handle to help kids pull their own weight in style.
- Best Luggage for Business Travel. When traveling is part of your job, speed and efficiency always win the day. The winning business travel bag combines space and structure with a lightweight and maneuverable frame. Featuring a “suiter system” that keeps suits and other clothes wrinkle free (which can be removed to provide more space), it’s one of the best bags on the market for less than $200.
“Before taking to the skies, rails and highways, do a little research,” said Tran. “In addition to price, size, weight, and the number of pieces included in the set, determine if the bags are durable enough to survive the kind of punishment they’re likely to receive over the years. Though luggage sets are popular because, with just one purchase, you’ll have a variety of bags in different sizes and shapes, don’t swap quality for quantity. Low-quality items have been known to fall apart before they even reach the airport.”
For more details on CreditDonkey’s Best Luggage for the Money, 2014, visit http://www.creditdonkey.com/best-luggage.html.
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