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Luggageworks stealth Air - real life sizes?

Old 1st May 2019, 10:03
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Angel Luggageworks stealth Air - real life sizes?

Dear All,
This is very technical question, which most likely can be answered only by US pilots

I am considering getting Luggageworks Stealth Air 22'' with side pockets or maybe LW Executive Aviator with side pockets as well.
Looking at their website I know dimensions are 22x14x8 in Imperial. In metric that's 55,88 X 35,56 x 22,86. Which means I am 0,88 cm to tall and I have a 0,14 cm breathing space for depth - for European carry-on limits.

I am not crew, and in Europe GAs are luggage-nazis.

My technical question is - can someone who owns Stealth Air and/or Executive Aviator (in sidepockets version) tape measure actual outside dimensions for me please? Pockets can be empty for the excersise to be successful
Please include wheels and tell handle/without handle options.

I strongly appreciate your help and offer a beer in CVG when I am there.
(BTW I know they have Crewoutfitters there, but I fly in and out on weekends outside of their work hours and on a weekdays I am at the office far away from the aiport).

Thanks a million and cheers,
&

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Oh, and if someone has a sparetime at the airport and could check if any of these bags fits AIR CANADA sizers - even better. AC has "European "size limits for carry-on
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Old 1st May 2019, 10:44
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Moved from Tech Log. Questions forum probably is the better location methinks ?
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Originally Posted by john_tullamarine View Post
Moved from Tech Log. Questions forum probably is the better location methinks ?
Well, yes and no.
I would like to have the post exposed to the right people, who can help and who can have time to play around with measuring tape while waiting for their commute, jumpseating or deadheading with this very bag.

But you're the boss so please at lease cross your fingers someone will be nice enough to step of of his/her way to help.

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Old 1st May 2019, 22:49
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The LW bag will fit in the overhead bins as long as you're not on an RJ. The bigger problem you'll have is the weight. They are quite sturdy, but heavy. You won't be able to carry much before it's overweight.
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Originally Posted by Check Airman View Post
The LW bag will fit in the overhead bins as long as you're not on an RJ. The bigger problem you'll have is the weight. They are quite sturdy, but heavy. You won't be able to carry much before it's overweight.
Hi,
Thanks for responding.
Yes, I am aware the bag is over 5 kg empty, this is why I only look at Stealth Air and Executive series. I travel light, so staying aroung 10kg total is not an issue. Besides I am lucky enough to fly a lot with business. They do not care about the weight but still often asks you to put your bag in the sizer.

This is exactly why I am so interested in actual measures vs. what is advertised as in my scenario every centimeter matters

In other words - American pilots equipped with Luggageworks and tape measure still needed.
And obviously greatly appreciated.

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My 22" Stealth measures out as follows:

24" long (60.96cm, including handle and wheels)
14.25" wide (36.19cm)
7.25" high (18.41cm).

Hope this helps.
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Old 16th May 2019, 20:55
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Originally Posted by flyboyike View Post
My 22" Stealth measures out as follows:

24" long (60.96cm, including handle and wheels)
14.25" wide (36.19cm)
7.25" high (18.41cm).

Hope this helps.
Yes, it does!
You just saved me $300

Thanks,
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Originally Posted by Sholayo View Post
Yes, it does!
You just saved me $300

Thanks,
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You can paypal me $25 then.
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As promised, looking forward to buy you a beer tomorrow/aftertomorrow in Cinci or anytime in Warsaw.

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Originally Posted by Sholayo View Post

As promised, looking forward to buy you a beer tomorrow/aftertomorrow in Cinci or anytime in Warsaw.

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Spent plenty of time at CVG with my first airline, but not so much anymore.
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