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Baseline Large Carry Handle Repair Kit

Repair Kits, ACC-9612


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Baseline Large Carry Handle Repair Kit-for all Baseline styles manufactured from 2008-Present. Retractable carry handle is 9" long.

Kit Contains:
  • One (1) Carry Handle
  • Two (2) Sets Posts
  • Two (2) Plates
  • Four (4) Screws
Self-Repair Kits allow you the ability to quickly fix your bag free of charge without having to send it in for repair. Note: A $10.00 handling fee per kit is applied at checkout. Please allow up to 12 days for processing and shipping within the 48 contiguous states.
Height Width Depth Weight
US 1" 9" 0.5" 3 lbs
EU 2.5 cm 22.9 cm 1.3 cm 1.5 kg

Above dimensions with wheels and handle.Full specs


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  • First time use of the top of the line large Briggs, and it arrived on the airline luggage belt with one side of the handle hanging off. The other side was ripped off the holding screw in a clean break. Poor quality. Had to order handle spares, which cost "shipping and handling" fees. My Samsonite lasted 10 years without a single problem.

    By Robert Curcio, on 4/30/2019

  • Excellent luggage, excellent service

    By Cary Grossman, on 4/11/2019

  • Repair kit is easy to order and delivery is prompt. Have not installed but the fact that I use the luggage less than 10 times bought 2 years ago need to change handle. Hmm

    By poh siong lau, on 11/29/2018

  • It was great to be able to easily repair the broken handle of my suitcase myself.
    However, one star off since the handle is not well-designed in the first place. It should not have broken so easily in the first place. I've never had a handle on a suitcase fail. It broke just as I was pulling it up off of the luggage carrousel at the airport. I was actually looking right at it, and it had no visible damage before it broke. But as I swung the suitcase up, it fractured. I guess it is possible that it had been previously stressed in some way, but it looked fine. Of course this happened on the first day of a three-week vacation, and it was a major inconvenience to have to just use the fabric side handle. Now I have a replacement, but I have to worry that the same thing will happen again. I was hoping that the replacement handle would look sturdier than the original, but it looks identical.
    Also, I have a tan/green suitcase, and when I first looked at the website, only the black handle was available. I ordered it, but wasn't pleased with my mis-matched handle. Then I looked at the website again, and suddenly the matching tan/green handle was there. So I ordered a second one. I am pleased to have a matching handle now and it was nice to get it for free but I did have to pay shipping fee twice. Would have been better if the website had said "backordered, available in two weeks" or some such.

    By Astrid Holberg, on 10/28/2018

  • The damage to handles and leg supports have been high for the luggage. I am not seeing the materials hold up as I have with other luggage I have used.

    By Keith Henninger, on 10/18/2018

  • Easy fix. Finished in 15 minutes. Great service.

    By Charlie Davis, on 6/2/2018

  • It was the side handle not the upper one!

    By Brenda Bernal Barroeta, on 4/18/2018

  • I bought a replacement kit for the handle on my suitcase, but there were no instructions on how to get into the interior of the bag to attach the handle. I have to drag it down to a luggage repair service downtown.

    By Jacklyn Pettus, on 3/26/2018

  • Carry handle on my 25" baseline 2 wheeler was damaged by airline in February. After looking at my options, ordering the replacement part (no cost,except shipping) and making the repair myself was the easiest and fastest. Interior lining opened easily to provide access to screws. While I had the lining open, I recognized that other screws required tightening. Repair time approx 30 minutes. All set for next adventure in mid-March. Took time to examine my other 25" 2 wheeler and tightened any loose screws.

    By Gregg Hamilton, on 3/8/2018

  • During my last travel my handle broke on my Briggs & Riley luggage. I paid for the shipping for the handle repair kit in lieu of sending my luggage off for repair. The neareast local repair place was probably 60 miles from my home. I received the new handle about 10 days later and installed it within ten minutes. I looked at the inside of the luggage and could see the hidden zipper and could access the screws for the handle easily. Repairing the luggage myself saved me the shipping, packaging, and drive to a shipping place or drive to the local repair place. It was easy to install.

    By Michael Chadderdon, on 2/15/2018

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