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Eagle Creek No Matter What Flatbed Carry-On 28in Wheeled Duffel

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    5 Reviews


    Adventure's calling.

    You're going on this trip regardless, and the Eagle Creek No Matter What Flatbed Rolling Carry-On Duffel is damned sure going to be right there with you. Small enough to take as a carry on and spacious enough to keep you well-appointed for your whole trip, the Flatbed is perfect no matter where you're heading, with water-resistant and tough Bi-Tech fabric, external compression straps, and an internal mesh organizer pocket to keep you on your travel game. Running a little late? No worries, because the Flatbed's collapsible handle and heavy-duty wheels make it easy to cruise through the airport at top speed, and the lockable zippers ensure that it won't flop open and leave a trail of socks from security all the way to gate B99.

    • Water-resistant Bi-Tech fabric
    • External compression straps
    • Internal mesh storage and top pocket
    • Heavy-duty wheels
    • Collapsible handle
    • Lockable zippers
    • Multiple carry handles
    • Reflective accents
    • Item #EAG002N

    Tech Specs

    900D Bi-Tech
    68L (4175cu in)
    [external] 1 zippered top, [internal] 1 zippered mesh
    28 x 15 x 10 in
    Claimed Weight
    7 lb 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Quality I can expect from Eagle Creek

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I received an Eagle Creek carry on bag as a gift, which has been fantastic, which made me want to try more of their products. While I typically just use the carry on, I needed a a bag with more volume that I could check. I wasn't super picky on features since I wouldn't use it as much, but still wanted something that would last a long time. I ended up settling on the No Matter What Flatbed 4715cu in option. The #1 thing that sold me was the quality and knowing that this would stand the test of time over tons of baggage carriers. It offers a good amount of space to pack for a week of travel and the softer sides make it easy to cram in as much as you can and use the straps to keep any bloated appearance to a minimum. 4 spinner wheels would be nice, but 2 gets by just fine for me and I was price conscious. Otherwise zero complaints.

    As a FYI, I also got the No Matter What Flatbed 6175 cu in, which a had thinner, non-padded exterior that gave the bag no structure. I ended up deciding on the 4175 solely for this since I felt the padded exterior on the 4175 would protect my gear better.

    Great bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Needed a bag that could handle some abuse. I carry climbing gear in it which includes a harness and carabiners etc... This is pretty heavy and the airport handlers have to toss it pretty hard which has lead to failure in many ways on other bags that I have had. This bag is holding up well. The wheels are protected from getting broke as well as the handle. The material is solid but the red one does show black scuff marks. The zipper is in the right place so that no pressure from the handles is applied to it causing it to become un-stitched. The compression straps also help a lot to keep things in place.

    Be aware of the Eagle Creek Warranty

      First of all, I want to thank Backcountry and their awesome support. I wish there was such a thing as 5-star reviews for customer service.
      My review is not about the product either but the way you get treated by Eagle Creek if something goes wrong; No Matter What - You Get Screwed.
      The telescopic handle of my duffel did not come out of the bag anymore after its first flight (no obvious damage or bag deformation by the airline). I unzipped the handle cover and found that one of the pins did not retract, keeping the handle in its tubes; a faulty product. I contacted Eagle Creek customer support regarding their No-Matter-What Warranty. Yes, there is such a warranty, but the reality is that you'll have to send a bulky piece of luggage to a far away repair center, find a box big enough to ship the bag, pay for shipping, and then wait 5-6 weeks for it to come back. Anyone who travels more often than that needs a bag. If you can't wait for the repair you have to buy another bag and you'll end up with two pieces of luggage at home.
      The details around the Eagle Creek warranty are disappointing.
      I ended up contacting Backcountry where I bought the bag; they emailed me back right away, had no problem exchanging the bag (beyond their 30 day return limit!), paid for all the shipping and were courteous enough to send me the new bag first so I had a box to return the broken one. Absolutely great service!!
      Be aware of Eagle Creek's broadly advertised No-Matter-What Warranty; It is not that simple and straightforward. Don't expect any help from Eagle Creek if anything goes wrong.

      Eagle Creek Rolling Duffel

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      We have used this bag once on a recent trip to Boston. It was easy to pack and held everything I needed for a week of sightseeing plus evening wear for a couple of dinners. What was discouraging was that it came onto the luggage carousels very dirty and the dirt doesn't seem to wipe off very easily. This was a brand new red bag so the dirt the airline managed to get all over it is quite visible. I was hopeful it would wipe off but that isn't the case. We took it on the subway from Logan airport to downtown Boston, then wheeled it to the hotel. The relative light weight, size, and maneuverability were just fine for a senior woman to handle on stairs and city streets. Overall, this looks to be a good bag. Hopefully it will hold up to the positive reviews read before purchasing.

      Unanswered Question

      This bag is called a 'carry-on' but dimensions are shown as 28x15x10. Carry on max at least on United is a fairly generous 22x14x9 for a total of 45". How is this carry on comparable?