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Domestic Carry-On Expandable Upright (Two-Wheel)

Baseline, U122CX

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Featuring our patented CX™ Compression-Expansion Technology. Learn More.

The top pick of frequent travelers. This rolling carry-on features CX technology, expanding the bag by up to 25% when more packing space is needed, then compressing back down to original size for overhead storage. Fits the overhead compartment of most U.S. domestic airlines.
Height Width Depth Weight
US 22 in. 14 in. 9 in. 8.9 lbs
EU 56 cm 35.5 cm 23 cm 4.0 kg

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  • My family and I have been buying Briggs and Riley as long as I can remember and have never been disappointed...until now. I got my boyfriend this piece of luggage as a gift, and we took one trip, and now half of the expandable clips failed so it wont stay expanded if any amount of pressure is on one of the sides. As a couple that just returned from deployment to go on leave, we were disappointed, as our schedule is very tight and dont have time to waste on getting it repaired. I hope this does not happen to other customers, and I hope this is not indicative of where the product qulity is going.

    By Jennifer Howell, on 1/6/2019

  • I'm a frequent traveler, mostly international travel. I purchased this bag to replace a 13 year Boyt which I really enjoyed. This bag is an improvement in every way addresses almost all of my needs. It's lightweight, extremely well designed and constructed. Efficiently engineered for maximum space, simple design and the lining and materials are very high quality. I've been able to get 5 days of clothes and a pair of shoes in this bag without using its ingenious expansion 'beams' (meaning in 'carry-on size mode'). Zippers, wheels and handle all feel secure. Overall, it's much better built than any Rimowa.

    To make the bag even better, the handle square tubing could be more rigid to reduce it's ability to twist. But I've had no issue with it on the two trips I've had on it so far.

    In my opinion, it's as close to perfection as I think I will get for my particular travel needs.

    By Warren (USA), on 12/16/2018

  • Love the outside frame and the expandable space

    By Lauren Goldstein, on 12/16/2018

  • Works great very smooth rolling hold everything I need

    By Stephen Kenney , on 11/25/2018

  • Great piece of luggage; but I was unable to fit mine in an overhead on a flight overseas unless I did so lengthwise

    By John, on 10/24/2018

  • We purchased this same carry-on in black years ago to complete a set. But when we got ready to purchase the blue, it was no longer available. These carry-on cases are very durable and will last almost a life time.

    By Arnold Kirby, on 8/4/2018

  • I love this bag! It was big enough to fit clothes for a week's travel (unexpanded) and then gave me the extra room to fit a few things I bought while I was away. It is roomy, reasonably lightweight, and very sturdy.

    By Anne Jaroszewicz, on 7/26/2018

  • Friends recommended Briggs & Riley luggage to us. It may be a bit more expensive, but worth the investment. Ordering and shipping easy, once you decide which pieces you want.

    By Kathryn Blanchard, on 5/22/2018

  • Only giving it 4 stars since I'm still on the first trip with it, but it seems sturdy enough, of fine quality, and able to withstand the Samsonite gorilla, at least for a while. My only suggestion (and maybe I just haven't figured out how it works yet) would be to give the "coat" strap (that pops out of the small, top pocket) the capability of fastening your smaller carry-on bag to the top of the case like some other carry-ons. That would be much more useful & practical for me rather than a loop to tie on a jacket. So far so good, though.

    By Jack P., on 5/3/2018

  • I wasn't sure about the whole bag compression capability but I recently had to pack for a week in DC. I watched the video on how to pack and used a modified version of the approach. Sure enough, I was able to get enough stuff to support 5 nights with 2 suits, 6 shirts, t-shirts, underwear, etc. Its ability to crush down into a smaller volume is pretty cool.

    By Joseph Paranto, on 3/29/2018

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