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SugahSweetTee

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What's the biggest piece that can be used as carry-on onto a plane.
I'm thinking the bandouliere 40?? I'd prefer the 55 or 60 even knowing my tendency to overpack. No way am I checking the bag in so I need to limit size
 

fabuleux

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What's the biggest piece that can be used as carry-on onto a plane.
I'm thinking the bandouliere 40?? I'd prefer the 55 or 60 even knowing my tendency to overpack. No way am I checking the bag in so I need to limit size
I see people use the Keepall 50 as a carry on regularly.
 

Divalish

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Mar 27, 2016
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I've read that 55 is the largest carry-on size, but you can possibly get away with 60 if you do not overpack it. I'm currently trying to buy a pre-loved Keepall B (50 or 55) in decent shape. I refuse to buy one new since it will get thrown around, sitting in stuff going through security. No way I'd be checking it either!
 

emilie_x

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What's the biggest piece that can be used as carry-on onto a plane.
I'm thinking the bandouliere 40?? I'd prefer the 55 or 60 even knowing my tendency to overpack. No way am I checking the bag in so I need to limit size
The Keepall Bandouliere 55

Most airlines allow up to 45 linear inches and the Keepall Bandouliere 55 is "only" 43.3 linear inches.
 

Kodi325

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i have an alzer 55, i think it tech could be carried on but i wouldn't risk having to check it.

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