Very similar construction and features of the Stealth Roller Bag regards to telescoping handle design, dimensions, and fabric
Side pockets removed to fit in the 737 flight deck
Lighter weight than the Stealth Roller Bag due to pocket removal
In line skate wheels that are durable with smooth, sealed bearings that are housed as part of the metal frame that won’t collapse or deform
Metal telescoping handle sits at a comfortable height avoiding the need to bend over when pulling it and can handle heavy loads placed on it without bending or breaking
Square design maximizes internal space with metal corners on the outside to prevent wear spots
Wide wheel base stabilizes heavy loads and balances with ease for long terminal changes, even while running to catch that commute home
Luggage J-clip is sewn to the bag, so it will never become lost
22”H x 14”W x 8”D
Lacks a padded computer front option
The “Stealth” line is heavy due to its rugged, metal frame
Higher up front cost, but will probably be the last bag you ever purchase, so well worth the investment.
That durable, metal bottom has bruised a few shins if you are not careful lifting it
The telescoping handle has smashed my thumb when stowing it in the bag and I actually lost the nail, but that was my own fault for not being careful when lowering the handle
Not really a con for the bag design, but a necessary downside to the 737. The side pockets to store shoes for running/working out are removed, which means they have to share the main compartment with your clothes; odor issues and taking up valuable space (however, this does allow it to fit in the 737-300/500 flight deck)
This is the same bag as the original Stealth, minus the side pockets to fit in the 737 flight deck. With that being said, it is a great bag and has the same benefits of the as the original bag. The lacking padded computer pocket would be the only other consideration, which can be avoided by switching to a more portable tablet for your travels.