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The Best Carry-On Luggage 2018 (As Tested By A Frequent Flier)

Best-Carry-On-Luggage-2017 Reviews of Raden Luggage, CalPak Luggage, Samsonite Luggage, Travelpro, Delsey Luggage and more

Best-Carry-On-Luggage-2017 Reviews of Raden Luggage, CalPak Luggage, Samsonite Luggage, Travelpro, Delsey Luggage and more

Green luggage from Calpak. Mine is an older model, current luggage collections also available here. Post updated March 2018.

 

 

The Best Carry-On Luggage 2018

 

I bought my first luggage set in middle school and it was a pink/purple Diane von Furstenburg set that faithfully stood me by for about 10 years! The distinctive color made it easy to spot on the luggage carousel and its sturdy construction withstood the pull, tug and throws of many international trips.

It wasn’t until I started traveling extensively for personal vacations and for work business trips (every other month) that I realized how advanced today’s luggage sets have become and how tired I was of pulling a 2 wheeled suitcase, so I decided to upgrade.

In the time since, I’ve tried not just one or two but many, many different pieces of luggage – from classic brands to hot, new start up brands. Here’s my comprehensive guide to buying the best carry on luggage for your buck in 2018!

 

The Best Carry On Luggage Reviewed

 

 

10 of the Best Carry On Luggage Brands Reviewed

In no particular order, here are my top picks for the best carry-on luggage. I’ve tested these throughout 2016, 2017 and the beginning of 2018 – these are solid suitcase choices for business travel, sleek fashionable options for the stylish traveler and everyday affordable luggage options under $70 as well. There’s a mix of both hard case and soft-top suitcases to suit either preference. My hope is you’ll find the perfect carry on luggage option for you, regardless of your travel style!

 


 

 

Samsonite Omni Hardside Spinner 20″ 

19.0″ x 14.5″ x 9.75″ | 6.8 lbs | $$

 

This is Amazon’s best selling carry-on luggage for business travel – for good reason!

Samsonite Luggage Review: Lightweight with re-engineered spinner wheels, this suitcase offers easy mobility and comes with a TSA lock. Its available in 10 colors, but most business travelers will likely choose black. The outer case features a micro diamond, brushed exterior that hides scratches and dings so it still looks pretty “new” after a couple long-haul trips! I’m subtracting points for the lack of a side handle.

Samsoniste Hard Carry On

Sold on Amazon for under $100

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Calpak Carry On

19.0″ x 13.0″ x 9.0″ | 8.4 pounds | $$

 

Calpak makes the perfect carry on piece for those looking for attractive hard shelled luggage options at an affordable price.

Calpak Luggage Review: This is my top pick for affordable hard luggage that can take a beating. They offer lots of matching 2 piece and 3 piece sets, all with TSA approved locks and mesh pockets to dive the interior. I recommend Calpak’s packing cubes as well, which are perfectly sized to fit the interior and machine washable. The outer hard cases will get small nicks and scratches but have held up for me on trips all around the world! Check out their adorable hat boxes too.

Calpak Luggage

Sold at Nordstrom

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Raden A22 Smart Carry On Spinner

20.5″ x 14″ x 9.0″ | 8.4 pounds | $$$

 

Raden is a sleek, smart carry on for 2018. The hard outer shell is deceptively flexible and perhaps its coolest feature, as it’s made from polycarbonate. You can literally jump on this suitcase and it will absorb shock and gently bounce back into shape. For the checked size, that’s quite nice! Raden’s carry on piece is the lightest I’ve ever tried and best of all, they have a wide range of glossy + matte colors. I chose black but really, the color options are impressive.

Raden Luggage Review: Raden luggage is more expensive than comparable carry on luggage because it has a couple of add-n features: First, the Raden phone app syncs via bluetooth to weigh your bag so you don’t have to worry about overweight charges at the gate. It has built-in GPS to locate your bag anywhere in the world as well as built-in chargers for your phone and laptop. But, the (removable) battery pack makes Raden’s interior the smallest I’ve tried.

Raden Hard Luggage

Sold on Amazon

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

 

Delsey Luggage Helium Aero Carry-On Spinner

20.5″ x 14.5″ x 10.0″ | 10.4 lbs | $$

 

Delsey is a high quality French luggage brand that offers a 10 year worldwide warranty – you know you’re buying quality!

Delsey Luggage Review: The Helium carry on comes with a 100% polycarbonate shell that resists cracks and breaks. I especially like the metallic finish, which looks sleek, shiny and much more expensive than it actually costs! Of all the carry on luggage pieces listed here, Delsey luggage has the best wheels for easy mobility. Other positives: the shell is expandable (rare for a hard case) and comes with a TSA approved lock.

Delsey Hard Luggage

Sold on Amazon and Zappos

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Incase Eo Travel Hardshell Roller

23.0″ x 15.0″ x 8.0″ | 10.4 lbs | $$$

 

Incase is an ultra stylish option for business travelers who value functionality and form.

Incase Luggage Review: This roller is quite distinctive and a good pick for those who want the sleekness of a hardcase with the flexibility of a soft case, as the exterior is made of a cotton/polyester/rubber blend. For business travel, the Incase Luggage is one of my top picks, as it has a dedicated technology pouch that fits up to a 17″ laptop as well as an assortment of smaller pockets for wires, cords, hard drives etc. The one downside is the exterior scratches easily.

Incase Soft Luggage

Sold on Amazon & Nordstrom

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here



 

Travelpro Maxlite 4 Expandable 22″

21.0″ x 14.0″ x 9.0″ | 7.5 lbs | $$

 

An affordable soft-shell carry on for the old school traveler, who prefers lightness and 2 wheels.

Travelpro Luggage Review: This is a classic soft suitcase, with 2 wheels and a deep main compartment (so not a sandwich suitcase). That being said, the front lid is roomy enough to fit a couple shirts and pants and overall, there are lots of zipped compartments for organization. The Travelpro is quite light and transitions well for business trips to European vacations.

Travelpro Soft Luggage

Sold on Amazon & Zappos

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Tumi Alpha Expandable International Carry-On

22.1″ x 14.0″ x 9.1″ | 12.9 lbs | $$$$

 

Tumi is always a classic choice. I especially love the light grey/brown color combination.

Tumi Luggage Review: I love the classic look of Tumi and it’s a favorite brand for business travelers. This is a “sandwich” type soft carry on, with 2 equally sized compartments. One compartment has a zippered cover, which works well to contain dirty clothes. The outer lid has two zippered compartments which I find handy for storing a manila folder of papers and my phone/passport on the go! Overall, a solid carry on but definitely a little more expensive due to the Tumi brand.

Tumi Business Carry On

Sold on Amazon, Nordstrom & Zappos

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Briggs & Riley Baseline Carry-On Expandable Upright

22.0″ x 14.0″ x 9.0″ | 11.3 pounds | $$$$

 

A beautifully flat bag with an extra roomy interior that stands the test of time.

Briggs & Riley Luggage Review: I was introduced to this brand through C and really love how functional and light weight their luggage pieces are. The interior is extra roomy and the exterior is a soft shell with structure. I’m one of those people that over packs and struggles with carrying luggage up and down stairs, thus nicking the bottom half the time, but the Briggs & Riley still looks like new despite the beating.

I didn’t quite realize how expensive their luggage is (as it was C’s before we met) but he’s had his Briggs & Riley for 6 years now and it still looks amazing – the quality is absolutely fantastic and they offer a lifetime guaranty – which I think is a true testament to the durability.

Briggs & Riley Soft Carry On

Sold at Amazon, Nordstrom & Zappos

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

SwissGear Travel Gear 21″ Spinner

20.0″ x 13.5″ x 7.5″ | 8.0 pounds | $

 

Available in a range of colors and under $80, the SwissGear is my affordable carry on pick.

SwissGear Luggage Review: A well made carry on that’s light and has no trouble fitting in airplane over head bins. It’s a great budget option and one of the most popular for the price on Amazon! Compared to more expensive brands, the wheels and handles felt slightly looser and more flimsy but it’s also a fraction of the price. Overall, Swissgear is a good affordable buy for short domestic trips.

Swiss Gear Soft Luggage

Sold at Amazon

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here


 

Samsonite Aspire Xlite Expandable Upright 21.5″

21.5″ x 14.5″ x 8.0″ | 11.3 pounds | $

 

The perfect carry on piece for those looking for attractive hard shelled luggage options at an affordable price.

Samsonite Luggage Review: If you like the Samsonite brand but want a classic carry on with just two wheels and one deep pocket, this is the bag for you. It’s light, strong and holds a lot making it good for both business and personal travel. On the lid, there’s a mesh pocket for smaller items like undergarments or socks as well as a plastic compartment for toiletries. The Samsonite Aspire is under $100 and another of my affordable carry on favorites!

Samsonsite Soft Luggage

Sold at Amazon & Zappos

Check the latest reviews and see all color options here



 

Must Have Accessories for Carry On Luggage

Attachable Luggage Tote

Nothing beats the ease of traveling with shoulders free. Whether you’re a woman looking to put down your handbag or a man traveling with a business briefcase, you need a travel tote that will beautifully attach to a carry on roller’s long handle.

Lipault makes my favorite travel tote bag. The sleek black exterior resists stains and looks sharp while the interior can comfortably fit a 15″ laptop, DSLR camera, notebooks, a change of clothes and the necessities. My favorite feature is the large zippered pocket on the exterior which slides right over your carry on luggage handle so that you can wheel both together with ease!

Packing Cubes

Once you get a packing cube set, you’ll never go back to free range luggage. Packing cubes help maximize space inside your luggage by neatly organizing clothing and separating your dirty worn clothes from freshly laundered ones.

Amazon carries a wide range of packing cube sets and brands at different price points. Personally I use Calpka’s set which are made to perfectly fit their luggage. They’re durable, even after I’ve thrown them in the wash over and over!

 

Best-Carry-On-Luggage-2017 Reviews of Raden Luggage, CalPak Luggage, Samsonite Luggage, Travelpro, Delsey Luggage and more

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Best Carry On Luggage 2018 – Summary Comparison Chart


To summarize, here’s a handy chart to compare each of the different luggage brands so you can easily identify which carry on luggage option is best for you! I’ve grouped my 10 luggage picks by hard shell and then soft shell.

 

 

 



 

What to Look For in Carry On Luggage

Size | The best size for carry on suitcases in 2018 is a 22″ piece – this is max dimensions for most airlines across domestic and international flights. I have found that when I expand a carry on, flight attendants tend to claim its “oversized” so I would try to make sure you can depart with the suitcase in its tightest form (zipped up).

The full specs for carry-on bags for reference are: 9 in x 14 in x 22 in (22 cm x 35 cm x 56 cm) including the wheels and handle.

Wheels | Four wheels is the new standard. Ditch any two-wheeled carry on piece as you’ll be struggling the entire trip with lugging, pulling and tugging. Four wheels provides the flexibility of pushing the luggage upright while still being able to pull it behind.

Handles | Ideally a carry-on will have a short top handle and side handle for lifting as well as an extra sturdy telescopic handle that can both push and pull the luggage with ease. The best telescopic handles are tall enough to allow you to pull your luggage at a comfortable arm length while also contracting mid-way.

Construction | Nowadays, you have 2 choices for carry on luggage interiors. One type has a deep compartment with an outer flap. The second type is called ‘sandwich’ construction where the suitcase is split into 2 equal halves. It’s personal preference which you prefer.

While I like that sandwich construction luggage allows me to better organize (say clothes on one half, shoes + toiletries on the other), I have found that many hotel room luggage racks are built for the original, 1 compartment. The racks are generally not wide enough to support both halves so it can lead to a messier travel experience.

Hard or Soft | This is more a matter of personal preference. Soft carry-on luggage allows you to really maximize storage and squeeze in that extra inch of room. Typically there’s an outer pocket where I store papers and odds and ends. Hard carry on luggage is sleeker and has a more distinctive, luxurious look. Whichever you choose, make sure there are plenty of internal pockets for organization.

Smart Luggage or Traditional? | There are new brands like Raden Luggage generating lots of interest because they offer charging ports within the luggage shell case.

 

New for 2018: The Smart Luggage Ban

Several American airlines (currently, Delta, American, Alaska and Hawaiian Airlines) have banned smart luggage as of January 15, 2018. Other airlines may implement the ban as well.

Smart luggage means carry on or checked bags that have non-removable lithium ion batteries (to help you recharge your phone or laptop).

Both AWAY luggage and Raden luggage have removable battery packs so technically you can still use these as carry on pieces (you have to remove the battery pack if you plan to check the suitcases). I’ve kept these two brands on my list of favorite carry on suitcases for the time being.

 

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LeahFebruary 8, 2017 - 8:04 am

I am all about good luggage!! These sound awesome!

KenzieFebruary 9, 2017 - 2:53 pm

I’ve been looking for some new luggage! Those packing cubes look like a great buy too!

JoyceFebruary 21, 2017 - 9:21 pm

Love this comprehensive roundup! The samsonite omni, raden, and tumi look super interesting!

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Bri GibbsApril 13, 2017 - 9:10 am

What are the two brands of luggage at the top of the article?
You have two pieces on the left and one piece on the right. They are all shades of green. What and where can I find those pieces?

SherApril 14, 2017 - 6:29 pm

Hi Bri – those are from Away luggage. I haven’t tried them yet but they’re another new, “smart” luggage type brand with sandwich-style construction. Let me know if you get it and end up loving it!

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MelissaMay 26, 2017 - 12:21 am

This was really helpful. I like the Lipault tote you highlighted. I use the Von Baer Milan Dark Gray Travel Bag because prefer leather to cloth for bags, it’s really durable.

SherMay 26, 2017 - 10:01 am

Glad you found it useful Melissa! I’ve brought the Lipault everywhere and its held up so well. Interesting, I’ll check out the one you mentioned. I usually prefer leather but for travel I worry theyll get destroyed

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ASJuly 1, 2017 - 8:41 am

What packing cubes did your purchase? There are sooo many options on Amazon. Do you have a favourite?

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WendyJuly 25, 2017 - 1:04 am

I was directed to your page cause I was super duper thinking I’d get the carry on or larger carry on from away. The warranty and reviews are just too darn good to pass up. Please get it and review it !!!!

SherJuly 25, 2017 - 2:12 am

Will do! My apt is overflowing with luggage at the moment but Away is next on my list to try :)

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ElisaSeptember 7, 2017 - 9:29 am

Quick question can you please tell me what brand of luggage is on your picture on the very top of your page? Its a light olive greenish color paired with calpak backpack.

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AnnaSeptember 9, 2017 - 6:21 am

Surprised at your list considering most of the bags are so heavy while empty that you don’t have much allowance left to actually pack anything inside.

SherSeptember 9, 2017 - 11:05 am

Hm are we looking at the same lisf? Haha! These are all very lightweight and fit a ton, compared to other brands I’ve tried. Which carry on do you use that you like?

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GigiNovember 7, 2017 - 8:58 am

How did you test all of the luggage in this article as you mentioned? Do you own all the pieces and brought them all on trips?

SherNovember 7, 2017 - 10:15 am

Yep! Unlike travel & leisure, buzzfeed, business insider and all those types of sites, I’ve used all these suitcases I mentioned! I travel every month so there were lots of opportunities to test out different brands.

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Richard AMarch 21, 2018 - 12:51 am

This is a fantastic list of carry-on bags, one of our favorites is the Tumi Alpha Expandable International Carry-On.

KasMarch 30, 2018 - 8:41 pm

Hi, I was wondering what version your calpak is specifically called and if it was made of only abs or abs and pc coating. Thanks!

SherMarch 31, 2018 - 10:34 am

Hi Kas – Hm I don’t know what you mean by “only abs or abs and pc coating”

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KasApril 13, 2018 - 12:24 pm

Most hard case luggage are made from polycarbonate (PC) or acrylnitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS). PC is usually more durable than ABS. So I was debating whether to buy an ABS luggage from calpak but I wasn’t too sure about its durability.

SherApril 13, 2018 - 12:38 pm

Hi Kas! I can definitely say my Calpak is really durable. I’ve used it on over 20 trips (international and domestic) and while the outside has
some scratches, there aren’t any dings, broken zippers or holes, and most importantly to me, the wheels are still good as new.

In terms of whether the luggage is PC or ABS, I’m not sure, but you can ask Calpak’s customer service, I’m sure they could give you a more complete answer!

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Andrea BarrettJune 11, 2018 - 9:11 am

Each of these spinner carryons exceeds my airline’s required dimensions of 21 x 13 x9 inches. While the copy on each website gives one set of dimensions, customer reviews clearly state that the suitcases are around 1/2 to 2 inches larger than claimed.

SherJune 11, 2018 - 9:28 am

Hi Andrea – What airline do you fly and which spinner are you referring to? All the brand dimensions are listed which are the suitcase bodies. If you’re measuring the entire suitcase, factor 1-2 inches extra for the exterior wheels. All the airlines I’ve flown allow 22 x 14 x 9, so maybe you’re flying a particularly strict one?

I’ve used these and they all fit as a carry on in the overhead bins. I’ve also never been stopped for using them (just make sure you keep them un-expanded) and use a luggage scale to weigh them before you go. Check in agents look for weight, and gate checkers look at the overall size with the naked eye (they won’t let you carry on if it’s unzipped to be expanded).

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Kara BuiAugust 7, 2018 - 12:23 am

I’m looking for a strong one like the Delsey Hard Luggage. It’s elegant, too!

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MissySeptember 8, 2018 - 1:22 pm

We are flying Iceland Air to Ireland and the dimensions for their carry on is only 7.8”. Deep, most of the ones you show are 9+. Any suggestions?

SherSeptember 8, 2018 - 1:41 pm

Hi Missy – Pretty much any carry on that you buy in the US will be 9 inches deep, since that’s the carry on dimensions for the major US carriers (united, american, delta) and manufacturers build to that size. I’ve always used my American carry on bags when traveling throughout Europe and never had a problem! (Even a 9″ depth carry on will fit in those sizer things at the airport)

For the airport, I find that the key is to never expand the carry on bag (if it’s expandable) and to double check the weight. I’ve never had a counter agent never measure a bag but international airports will often weigh carry on pieces.

If you are really wanting a new bag that’s 7″, you can go to a store like TJ Maxx or Macys and bring a measuring tape to check them out. That should be easier than ordering online!

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Matthew KarloOctober 10, 2018 - 8:33 am

I’m always dilly-dallying between hard side and soft side luggage. The good thing with the soft side is that it won’t hurt your leg if it dangles against it when you lift and/or wear your bag. On the other hand, it doesn’t protect fragile things inside as well as a hard side… Oh well, I’ll just have to buy one of each I guess.

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Tom StantonOctober 19, 2018 - 10:02 am

This is for my wife and she travels a lot! 2-3 day trips but all the carry-on we have gotten the wheels fail on because the shuttle drivers always seem to be dropping them on their wheels. Are any soft sided carry ons made with skate board wheels? if not it is an Idea that would sell like crazy!

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