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Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch

Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch

Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
Briggs & Riley Baseline-Softside CX Expandable Wide-Body Carry-On Spinner Luggage, Black, 21-Inch
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Features

  • HIGHEST RATED LUGGAGE W/ LIFETIME WARRANTY: Top rated by Consumer Reports reader survey, top rated premium luggage by WireCutter/New York Times; If your bag is ever broken or damaged, even by an airline, Briggs & Riley will repair it for free
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE LUGGAGE: 1680D ballistic nylon outer fabric, high-grade rubber spinner wheels, aircraft-grade aluminum telescoping Outsider handle with 4 stop heights; Strong hybrid fiberglass frame. Reinforced corner guards, self repairing YKK zippers
  • FREE TSA LOCK INCLUDED: Lockable double zipper pulls keep contents secure; Large #10 YKK zippers with nylon zipper teeth are tamper resistant; Front SpeedThru pocket allows for easy secure storage items like keys, phone, etc. through security checkpoints
  • DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY: 21 Inch H x 15 Inch W x 9 Inch D (Fits most intl airline carry-on dims) Expands to 11.5 Inch D. 2220 - 2913.75 cu.in. capacity; 9lbs. Nests inside the following models for easy storage: U125CXSP, U128CXSP, U131CXSP, U125CX, U128CX
  • EASY PACKING: Patented CX system; Bag expands 2.5 inches for up to 25% more packing space; Pack for an extra day or two and compress down to carry-on size; Includes garment carrier, wide garment compression straps to securing contents, preventing wrinkles. The case dimensions are 18.5 x 15 x 8 inches

Description

Top-rated carry-on that rolls or spins on 4 high-quality double swivel spinner wheels for effortless handling. With CX system, the bag expands up to 25% then compresses back down to original size for overhead storage. Perfect for 2-4 days travel.


Product Dimensions 9 x 15 x 21 inches


Item Weight 8.8 pounds


Department Unisex-adult


Manufacturer Briggs & Riley


ASIN B00XDIRRM0


Item model number U121CXSPW-4


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 397 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #94,838 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry) #61 in Suitcases #88 in Carry-On Luggage


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • HIGHEST RATED LUGGAGE W/ LIFETIME WARRANTY: Top rated by Consumer Reports reader survey, top rated premium luggage by WireCutter/New York Times; If your bag is ever broken or damaged, even by an airline, Briggs & Riley will repair it for free
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE LUGGAGE: 1680D ballistic nylon outer fabric, high-grade rubber spinner wheels, aircraft-grade aluminum telescoping Outsider handle with 4 stop heights; Strong hybrid fiberglass frame. Reinforced corner guards, self repairing YKK zippers
  • FREE TSA LOCK INCLUDED: Lockable double zipper pulls keep contents secure; Large #10 YKK zippers with nylon zipper teeth are tamper resistant; Front SpeedThru pocket allows for easy secure storage items like keys, phone, etc. through security checkpoints
  • DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY: 21 Inch H x 15 Inch W x 9 Inch D (Fits most intl airline carry-on dims) Expands to 11.5 Inch D. 2220 - 2913.75 cu.in. capacity; 9lbs. Nests inside the following models for easy storage: U125CXSP, U128CXSP, U131CXSP, U125CX, U128CX
  • EASY PACKING: Patented CX system; Bag expands 2.5 inches for up to 25% more packing space; Pack for an extra day or two and compress down to carry-on size; Includes garment carrier, wide garment compression straps to securing contents, preventing wrinkles. The case dimensions are 18.5 x 15 x 8 inches

Description

Top-rated carry-on that rolls or spins on 4 high-quality double swivel spinner wheels for effortless handling. With CX system, the bag expands up to 25% then compresses back down to original size for overhead storage. Perfect for 2-4 days travel.


Product Dimensions 9 x 15 x 21 inches


Item Weight 8.8 pounds


Department Unisex-adult


Manufacturer Briggs & Riley


ASIN B00XDIRRM0


Item model number U121CXSPW-4


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 397 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #94,838 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry) #61 in Suitcases #88 in Carry-On Luggage


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • HIGHEST RATED LUGGAGE W/ LIFETIME WARRANTY: Top rated by Consumer Reports reader survey, top rated premium luggage by WireCutter/New York Times; If your bag is ever broken or damaged, even by an airline, Briggs & Riley will repair it for free
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE LUGGAGE: 1680D ballistic nylon outer fabric, high-grade rubber spinner wheels, aircraft-grade aluminum telescoping Outsider handle with 4 stop heights; Strong hybrid fiberglass frame. Reinforced corner guards, self repairing YKK zippers
  • FREE TSA LOCK INCLUDED: Lockable double zipper pulls keep contents secure; Large #10 YKK zippers with nylon zipper teeth are tamper resistant; Front SpeedThru pocket allows for easy secure storage items like keys, phone, etc. through security checkpoints
  • DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITY: 21 Inch H x 15 Inch W x 9 Inch D (Fits most intl airline carry-on dims) Expands to 11.5 Inch D. 2220 - 2913.75 cu.in. capacity; 9lbs. Nests inside the following models for easy storage: U125CXSP, U128CXSP, U131CXSP, U125CX, U128CX
  • EASY PACKING: Patented CX system; Bag expands 2.5 inches for up to 25% more packing space; Pack for an extra day or two and compress down to carry-on size; Includes garment carrier, wide garment compression straps to securing contents, preventing wrinkles. The case dimensions are 18.5 x 15 x 8 inches

Description

Top-rated carry-on that rolls or spins on 4 high-quality double swivel spinner wheels for effortless handling. With CX system, the bag expands up to 25% then compresses back down to original size for overhead storage. Perfect for 2-4 days travel.


Product Dimensions 9 x 15 x 21 inches


Item Weight 8.8 pounds


Department Unisex-adult


Manufacturer Briggs & Riley


ASIN B00XDIRRM0


Item model number U121CXSPW-4


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 397 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #94,838 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry) #61 in Suitcases #88 in Carry-On Luggage


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews I am a frequent traveler for business. Everyone told me to buy a Briggs & Riley. When the wheels fell off (literally) my old bag I purchased this one. Pros: space is amazing, opens and closes easily, wheels roll easily and turn easily Con: and this is overwhelming...it falls over constantly. The front wheels are smaller than the rear. As a result, of not positioned correctly, the bag falls over 100% of the time when packed. Now if I position the wheels correctly, it won’t fall...but it’s impossible to get this right every time....and down it goes. Constantly. After three months I’m already in the market for a new bag. For all I love about this one, the falling over is more than I can handle. It has almost knocked people over on more than one occasion. Note, it won’t fall when empty...only when packed and there is weight in the bag. It leans forward slightly and that weight transfer forward takes the bag right over every time. No, it’s not that the contents within aren’t secure. The issue is the wheels being different sizes.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Great bag, but falls over constantly when packed;;Kevin H;;;I got this one and the Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case (I'm also a big TUMI fan) and decided to keep the "best" one. The breakdown was like this: - LOOKS Tumi won. Cooler looking all around. - HANDLE Briggs & Riley Baseline Large Expandable won. Longer handle. - SUITER Preferred the Briggs, as it holds things down better, with better straps. Can fit 2 jackets on hangers (I use the TUMI hangers), although barely. - SIZE Briggs has a narrower "profile" (because it's wider), which brings me to - CAPACITY The Briggs is less "architectural" or something; less wasted space here and there maybe. The Briggs just holds MORE. WEIGHT Briggs is like 5 lbs. lighter. An easy win there. WHEELS Sightly better / smoother on the Briggs. - SUMMARY Okay, so I don't feel as "cool" with the Briggs, but it does have a nice look. Less likely to attracted a thief's attention on the carousel, too. I have some tags and luggage straps to help it stand out. Just an easy win for me. The Briggs holds more in less space, and weighs less. I still love my Alpha 2 carry on though.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Vs. Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case;;PA;;;So about 5 years ago I started traveling a lot for my job- hit 100k flight miles in my first year, and at the start I purchased a Travel Pro, thinking hey, lifetime warranty, and it's what the flight crews buy, right? Well about a month ago on my latest trip the pull up handle on my Travel Pro fell off in my hand as I was getting it out of the rental car. No biggie, it's a lifetime warranty- reached out to travel pro and nope. It was considered normal wear and tear, and by the way, that style wasn't made anymore, so I was SOL (stuff out of luck) unless I wanted to pay more than half the cost of the luggage to get it repaired. Not really my idea of a lifetime warranty. So a couple of my friends had recommended when I started travelling to get a Briggs and Riley bag- I was put off by the price because my initial thoughts were it was really just a fashion statement, and I don't really give a whit about that kind of thing. However, after hearing that my friend had been using the same Briggs and Riley bag for 15 years, and that they had fixed it for him twice, even upgrading it at no charge after the handle style he'd purchased was no longer available,and fixed a wheel that got melted by the airline at no cost, I took another look. I'm glad I did- the reputation is well deserved from everything I've read. Lifetime warranty really means a no BS lifetime. So I took the plunge. The bag is very well made. Everything is perfectly laid out, and the compression tech is a game changer- you really can fit an absurd amount into the bag. The rollers are smooth, whether going for speed on two wheels or using all four. Fits fine in domestic overhead bins (I don't do much international at all). The handle locks easily at various heights depending on how you want to use it and it seems really solid. There are a couple of nits to pick- the back pocket doesn't seem to be big enough to use for much of anything. I use it to stuff the laptop bag loop into, could probably fit your phone chargers in there as well, but not much else. But honestly that's a limitation of space, which is not the bag's fault. The luggage loop that I use to hook up my laptop bag is ok. It's a bit awkward to use, but I was used to the easy hook from my previous luggage. The B&R has the advantage that it's all nylon so it goes into a much smaller area and doesn't stick out, so not really a negative, just different. Finally, the suiter area is definitely small. But using the compression on the bag, it all fits into the main bag with no issues, so not a big deal. So should you buy it? If you want to buy once, then yes. Not sure how a roll aboard could get much better, and with their lifetime warranty actually covering stuff that might break, you'll use this bag for a very long time.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Expensive? Yep. Worth it? Definitely;;Eric

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin H - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018
Great bag, but falls over constantly when packed
I am a frequent traveler for business. Everyone told me to buy a Briggs & Riley. When the wheels fell off (literally) my old bag I purchased this one. Pros: space is amazing, opens and closes easily, wheels roll easily and turn easily Con: and this is overwhelming...it falls over constantly. The front wheels are smaller than the rear. As a result, of not positioned correctly, the bag falls over 100% of the time when packed. Now if I position the wheels correctly, it won’t fall...but it’s impossible to get this right every time....and down it goes. Constantly. After three months I’m already in the market for a new bag. For all I love about this one, the falling over is more than I can handle. It has almost knocked people over on more than one occasion. Note, it won’t fall when empty...only when packed and there is weight in the bag. It leans forward slightly and that weight transfer forward takes the bag right over every time. No, it’s not that the contents within aren’t secure. The issue is the wheels being different sizes.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PA - Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2017
Vs. Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case
I got this one and the Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case (I'm also a big TUMI fan) and decided to keep the "best" one. The breakdown was like this: - LOOKS Tumi won. Cooler looking all around. - HANDLE Briggs & Riley Baseline Large Expandable won. Longer handle. - SUITER Preferred the Briggs, as it holds things down better, with better straps. Can fit 2 jackets on hangers (I use the TUMI hangers), although barely. - SIZE Briggs has a narrower "profile" (because it's wider), which brings me to - CAPACITY The Briggs is less "architectural" or something; less wasted space here and there maybe. The Briggs just holds MORE. WEIGHT Briggs is like 5 lbs. lighter. An easy win there. WHEELS Sightly better / smoother on the Briggs. - SUMMARY Okay, so I don't feel as "cool" with the Briggs, but it does have a nice look. Less likely to attracted a thief's attention on the carousel, too. I have some tags and luggage straps to help it stand out. Just an easy win for me. The Briggs holds more in less space, and weighs less. I still love my Alpha 2 carry on though.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric - Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2016
Expensive? Yep. Worth it? Definitely
So about 5 years ago I started traveling a lot for my job- hit 100k flight miles in my first year, and at the start I purchased a Travel Pro, thinking hey, lifetime warranty, and it's what the flight crews buy, right? Well about a month ago on my latest trip the pull up handle on my Travel Pro fell off in my hand as I was getting it out of the rental car. No biggie, it's a lifetime warranty- reached out to travel pro and nope. It was considered normal wear and tear, and by the way, that style wasn't made anymore, so I was SOL (stuff out of luck) unless I wanted to pay more than half the cost of the luggage to get it repaired. Not really my idea of a lifetime warranty. So a couple of my friends had recommended when I started travelling to get a Briggs and Riley bag- I was put off by the price because my initial thoughts were it was really just a fashion statement, and I don't really give a whit about that kind of thing. However, after hearing that my friend had been using the same Briggs and Riley bag for 15 years, and that they had fixed it for him twice, even upgrading it at no charge after the handle style he'd purchased was no longer available,and fixed a wheel that got melted by the airline at no cost, I took another look. I'm glad I did- the reputation is well deserved from everything I've read. Lifetime warranty really means a no BS lifetime. So I took the plunge. The bag is very well made. Everything is perfectly laid out, and the compression tech is a game changer- you really can fit an absurd amount into the bag. The rollers are smooth, whether going for speed on two wheels or using all four. Fits fine in domestic overhead bins (I don't do much international at all). The handle locks easily at various heights depending on how you want to use it and it seems really solid. There are a couple of nits to pick- the back pocket doesn't seem to be big enough to use for much of anything. I use it to stuff the laptop bag loop into, could probably fit your phone chargers in there as well, but not much else. But honestly that's a limitation of space, which is not the bag's fault. The luggage loop that I use to hook up my laptop bag is ok. It's a bit awkward to use, but I was used to the easy hook from my previous luggage. The B&R has the advantage that it's all nylon so it goes into a much smaller area and doesn't stick out, so not really a negative, just different. Finally, the suiter area is definitely small. But using the compression on the bag, it all fits into the main bag with no issues, so not a big deal. So should you buy it? If you want to buy once, then yes. Not sure how a roll aboard could get much better, and with their lifetime warranty actually covering stuff that might break, you'll use this bag for a very long time.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin H - Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2018
Great bag, but falls over constantly when packed
I am a frequent traveler for business. Everyone told me to buy a Briggs & Riley. When the wheels fell off (literally) my old bag I purchased this one. Pros: space is amazing, opens and closes easily, wheels roll easily and turn easily Con: and this is overwhelming...it falls over constantly. The front wheels are smaller than the rear. As a result, of not positioned correctly, the bag falls over 100% of the time when packed. Now if I position the wheels correctly, it won’t fall...but it’s impossible to get this right every time....and down it goes. Constantly. After three months I’m already in the market for a new bag. For all I love about this one, the falling over is more than I can handle. It has almost knocked people over on more than one occasion. Note, it won’t fall when empty...only when packed and there is weight in the bag. It leans forward slightly and that weight transfer forward takes the bag right over every time. No, it’s not that the contents within aren’t secure. The issue is the wheels being different sizes.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By PA - Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2017
Vs. Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case
I got this one and the Tumi Alpha 2 Medium Trip Exp 4 Wheel Packing Case (I'm also a big TUMI fan) and decided to keep the "best" one. The breakdown was like this: - LOOKS Tumi won. Cooler looking all around. - HANDLE Briggs & Riley Baseline Large Expandable won. Longer handle. - SUITER Preferred the Briggs, as it holds things down better, with better straps. Can fit 2 jackets on hangers (I use the TUMI hangers), although barely. - SIZE Briggs has a narrower "profile" (because it's wider), which brings me to - CAPACITY The Briggs is less "architectural" or something; less wasted space here and there maybe. The Briggs just holds MORE. WEIGHT Briggs is like 5 lbs. lighter. An easy win there. WHEELS Sightly better / smoother on the Briggs. - SUMMARY Okay, so I don't feel as "cool" with the Briggs, but it does have a nice look. Less likely to attracted a thief's attention on the carousel, too. I have some tags and luggage straps to help it stand out. Just an easy win for me. The Briggs holds more in less space, and weighs less. I still love my Alpha 2 carry on though.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric - Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2016
Expensive? Yep. Worth it? Definitely
So about 5 years ago I started traveling a lot for my job- hit 100k flight miles in my first year, and at the start I purchased a Travel Pro, thinking hey, lifetime warranty, and it's what the flight crews buy, right? Well about a month ago on my latest trip the pull up handle on my Travel Pro fell off in my hand as I was getting it out of the rental car. No biggie, it's a lifetime warranty- reached out to travel pro and nope. It was considered normal wear and tear, and by the way, that style wasn't made anymore, so I was SOL (stuff out of luck) unless I wanted to pay more than half the cost of the luggage to get it repaired. Not really my idea of a lifetime warranty. So a couple of my friends had recommended when I started travelling to get a Briggs and Riley bag- I was put off by the price because my initial thoughts were it was really just a fashion statement, and I don't really give a whit about that kind of thing. However, after hearing that my friend had been using the same Briggs and Riley bag for 15 years, and that they had fixed it for him twice, even upgrading it at no charge after the handle style he'd purchased was no longer available,and fixed a wheel that got melted by the airline at no cost, I took another look. I'm glad I did- the reputation is well deserved from everything I've read. Lifetime warranty really means a no BS lifetime. So I took the plunge. The bag is very well made. Everything is perfectly laid out, and the compression tech is a game changer- you really can fit an absurd amount into the bag. The rollers are smooth, whether going for speed on two wheels or using all four. Fits fine in domestic overhead bins (I don't do much international at all). The handle locks easily at various heights depending on how you want to use it and it seems really solid. There are a couple of nits to pick- the back pocket doesn't seem to be big enough to use for much of anything. I use it to stuff the laptop bag loop into, could probably fit your phone chargers in there as well, but not much else. But honestly that's a limitation of space, which is not the bag's fault. The luggage loop that I use to hook up my laptop bag is ok. It's a bit awkward to use, but I was used to the easy hook from my previous luggage. The B&R has the advantage that it's all nylon so it goes into a much smaller area and doesn't stick out, so not really a negative, just different. Finally, the suiter area is definitely small. But using the compression on the bag, it all fits into the main bag with no issues, so not a big deal. So should you buy it? If you want to buy once, then yes. Not sure how a roll aboard could get much better, and with their lifetime warranty actually covering stuff that might break, you'll use this bag for a very long time.