Top 100 Best Reviewed Spinner Luggage - Buyers Guide 2018


Most spinner luggage feels great to travel with, but unfortunately there are also some brands and models that cannot handle being used again and again.

It's therefore super important that you consider the different choices carefully, so you don't end up choosing a bag that aren't worth the money.

To help you choose, we have checked 114,104 reviews to find the best reviewed spinner luggage.

Check out the top 100 list below - and the top 3 most popular spinner luggage, if you just want to check out some of the most popular models (the models that most people end up buying).
How we rate the bags

We have checked thousands of reviews, so we can show you the weighted average rating of all the bags.

Using the average ratings, you can check what all the reviewers think instead of just viewing the subjective opinion of one specific reviewer.

It's much simplier to find the best bags that way.



Top 3 most popular spinner luggage 2018


Travelpro Maxlite luggage
Travelpro Maxlite
Rated 4.5 based on 4,078 reviews.

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Delsey Helium luggage
Delsey Helium
Rated 4.5 based on 3,181 reviews.

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Travelpro Platinum Magna luggage
Travelpro Platinum Magna
Rated 4.4 based on 747 reviews.

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Below is the top 100 list based on the thousands of reviews we have checked.


Top 100 spinner luggage 2018


Perry Ellis Premise luggage
Perry ellis logo
5.0
4 reviews

Brics Capri luggage
Brics logo
5.0
9 reviews

Gabbiano Provence luggage
Gabbiano Provence
Price range $$

5.0
10 reviews

Lojel Vita luggage
Lojel Vita
Price range $$$

4.9
48 reviews

American Tourister Marvel luggage
American tourister logo
4.8
42 reviews

Skyway Nimbus luggage
Skyway Nimbus
Price range $$$
Skyway logo
4.8
16 reviews

Anne Klein Manchester luggage
Anne Klein Manchester
Price range $$$

4.8
26 reviews

Lojel Rando luggage

4.8
12 reviews

American Tourister Disney luggage
American tourister logo
4.7
933 reviews

American Tourister Star Wars luggage
American tourister logo
4.7
1,055 reviews

Titan X2 luggage
Titan X2
Price range $$$
Titan logo
4.7
30 reviews

Delsey Embleme luggage
Delsey Embleme
Price range $$$$$
Delsey logo
4.6
45 reviews

Skyway Mirage luggage
Skyway Mirage
2 bag types available.
Price range $$
Skyway logo
4.6
137 reviews

Ben Sherman Nottingham luggage

4.6
21 reviews

Timberland Boscawen luggage
Timberland Boscawen
Price range $$$

4.6
156 reviews

Tommy Bahama Mojito luggage
Tommy Bahama Mojito
2 bag types available.
Price range $$$$
Tommy bahama logo
4.6
232 reviews

Samsonite Golf luggage
Samsonite logo
4.6
91 reviews

London Fog Knightsbridge luggage
London Fog Knightsbridge
Price range $$$$
London fog logo
4.6
133 reviews

Ricardo Beverly Hills Mar Vista luggage
Ricardo Beverly Hills Mar Vista
4 bag types available.
Price range $$$
Ricardo beverly hills logo
4.6
335 reviews

Tumi Voyageur luggage
Tumi Voyageur
5 bag types available.
Tumi logo
4.6
475 reviews

Kenneth Cole Reaction Reverb luggage
Kenneth cole reaction logo
4.5
470 reviews

Samsonite Inova luggage
Samsonite Inova
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.5
178 reviews

CalPak Davis luggage
CalPak Davis
Price range $$$$
Calpak logo
4.5
17 reviews

Ricardo Beverly Hills Malibu Bay luggage
Ricardo Beverly Hills Malibu Bay
2 bag types available.
Price range $$
Ricardo beverly hills logo
4.5
260 reviews

Kenneth Cole Reaction Out of Bounds luggage
Kenneth cole reaction logo
4.5
9,049 reviews

Tommy Bahama Santorini luggage
Tommy bahama logo
4.5
44 reviews

Travelpro Maxlite luggage
Travelpro Maxlite
Price range $$
Travelpro logo
4.5
4,078 reviews

Travelers Choice Merced luggage
Travelers choice logo
4.5
64 reviews

Samsonite Silhouette luggage
Samsonite logo
4.5
791 reviews

Antler Liquis luggage
Antler Liquis
Price range $$
Antler logo
4.5
4 reviews

Samsonite Black Label luggage
Samsonite logo
4.5
4 reviews

Eagle Creek Tarmac luggage
Eagle Creek Tarmac
Price range $$$$
Eagle creek logo
4.5
299 reviews

Delsey Helium luggage
Delsey Helium
3 bag types available.
Price range $$
Delsey logo
4.5
3,181 reviews

Delsey Quilted luggage
Delsey Quilted
2 bag types available.
Delsey logo
4.5
11,903 reviews

Tommy Bahama Bahama Mama luggage
Tommy bahama logo
4.5
234 reviews

Andiamo Pantera luggage
Andiamo Pantera
Price range $$$

4.5
22 reviews

Briggs & Riley Baseline luggage
Briggs & Riley Baseline
2 bag types available.
Price range $$$$
Briggs & riley logo
4.5
1,531 reviews

Travelers Choice Tasmania luggage
Travelers choice logo
4.5
1,287 reviews

Samsonite Omni luggage
Samsonite Omni
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.5
4,670 reviews

Sakroots Artist Circle luggage
Sakroots Artist Circle
5 bag types available.
Sakroots logo
4.4
5,913 reviews

IT Luggage Amsterdam luggage
IT Luggage Amsterdam
Price range $$$
It luggage logo
4.4
586 reviews

Travelpro Platinum Magna luggage
Travelpro Platinum Magna
2 bag types available.
Price range $$$
Travelpro logo
4.4
747 reviews

Brics Life luggage
Brics Life
Price range $$$$
Brics logo
4.4
84 reviews

Eagle Creek Gear Warrior luggage
Eagle Creek Gear Warrior
4 bag types available.
Price range $$$
Eagle creek logo
4.4
229 reviews

Delsey Chatelet luggage
Delsey Chatelet
2 bag types available.
Capacity 112.7 l (6875 cuin)
Price range $$$$
Delsey logo
4.4
138 reviews

Tumi Alpha luggage
Tumi Alpha
6 bag types available.
Tumi logo
4.4
322 reviews

Kipling Darcey luggage
Kipling Darcey
Price range $$$
Kipling logo
4.4
214 reviews

Briggs & Riley Transcend luggage
Briggs & riley logo
4.4
61 reviews

American Flyer Astor luggage
American Flyer Astor
Price range $$$$
American flyer logo
4.4
289 reviews

Hartmann Innovaire luggage
Hartmann Innovaire
Price range $$$$

4.4
22 reviews

Samsonite Mightlight luggage
Samsonite Mightlight
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.4
1,010 reviews

Rockland Melbourne luggage
Rockland Melbourne
Price range $$$$
Rockland logo
4.4
15,507 reviews

Travelers Choice Sedona luggage
Travelers choice logo
4.4
2,358 reviews

Rockland logo
4.4
8,638 reviews

Travelpro Crew luggage
Travelpro Crew
4 bag types available.
Capacity 48-136 l (2929-8299 cuin)
Price range $$$
Travelpro logo
4.4
1,455 reviews

Samsonite Solyte luggage
Samsonite logo
4.4
440 reviews

Biaggi Contempo luggage

4.4
177 reviews

IT Luggage Megalite luggage
IT Luggage Megalite
Price range $$
It luggage logo
4.3
7,333 reviews

Victorinox Spectra luggage
Victorinox Spectra
Capacity 70-90 l (4272-5492 cuin)
Price range $$$
Victorinox logo
4.3
314 reviews

Samsonite Winfield luggage
Samsonite Winfield
Price range $$
Samsonite logo
4.3
3,524 reviews

Briggs & Riley Kinzie Street luggage
Briggs & Riley Kinzie Street
5 bag types available.
Capacity 25.8 l (1573 cuin)
Briggs & riley logo
4.3
89 reviews

Samsonite Aspire luggage
Samsonite logo
4.3
1,385 reviews

London Fog Cambridge luggage
London Fog Cambridge
Price range $$$$
London fog logo
4.3
252 reviews

Victorinox Lexicon luggage
Victorinox logo
4.3
22 reviews

American Tourister iLite luggage
American tourister logo
4.3
1,705 reviews

Ricardo Beverly Hills Sausalito luggage
Ricardo beverly hills logo
4.3
56 reviews

Gabbiano Genova luggage
Gabbiano Genova
Price range $$$

4.3
22 reviews

Kenneth Cole Reaction Renegade luggage
Kenneth cole reaction logo
4.3
69 reviews

Delsey Paris luggage
Delsey Paris
Price range $$$$
Delsey logo
4.3
615 reviews

Samsonite Fiero luggage
Samsonite logo
4.3
2,344 reviews

Delsey Cruise luggage
Delsey Cruise
Price range $$$
Delsey logo
4.3
144 reviews

Werks Traveler luggage
Werks Traveler
2 bag types available.
Price range $$

4.3
182 reviews

American Flyer Animal Print luggage
American flyer logo
4.3
293 reviews

Geoffrey Beene luggage

4.3
423 reviews

Nautica Ahoy luggage
Nautica Ahoy
Price range $$$

4.3
1,452 reviews

Briggs & Riley Sympatico luggage
Briggs & Riley Sympatico
2 bag types available.
Price range $$$$
Briggs & riley logo
4.3
209 reviews

Samsonite Leverage luggage
Samsonite Leverage
Price range $$
Samsonite logo
4.2
17 reviews

Nicole Miller Kristina luggage
Nicole miller logo
4.2
255 reviews

Brics Bellagio luggage
Brics Bellagio
Price range $$
Brics logo
4.2
45 reviews

Samsonite Neopulse luggage
Samsonite logo
4.2
150 reviews

Lucas Vortex luggage
Lucas logo
4.2
53 reviews

American Tourister Pop luggage
American tourister logo
4.2
1,746 reviews

Heritage Lincoln luggage
Heritage Lincoln
Price range $$

4.2
191 reviews

Pathfinder Revolution luggage

4.2
92 reviews

American Flyer Madrid luggage
American flyer logo
4.2
279 reviews

Travelers Choice Toronto luggage
Travelers choice logo
4.1
445 reviews

Nicole Miller Jardin luggage
Nicole miller logo
4.1
32 reviews

Samsonite Freeform luggage
Samsonite Freeform
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.1
236 reviews

Zero Halliburton Air luggage

4.1
7 reviews

Hartmann Vigor luggage

4.1
28 reviews

Samsonite Xenon luggage
Samsonite logo
4.1
1,226 reviews

Tumi Tegra
Tumi logo
4.1
76 reviews

Vanguard Heralder luggage
Vanguard logo
4.1
694 reviews

Lojel Lumo luggage
Lojel Lumo
Price range $$$

4.1
13 reviews

Perry Ellis Traction luggage
Perry Ellis Traction
Price range $$
Perry ellis logo
4.1
44 reviews

Samsonite Lift luggage
Samsonite Lift
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.1
125 reviews

Briggs & Riley Explore luggage
Briggs & riley logo
4.1
28 reviews

Merax Travelhouse luggage
Merax Travelhouse
Price range $$
Merax logo
4.1
4,121 reviews

Lojel Lucid luggage
Lojel Lucid
Price range $$$

4.0
156 reviews

Delsey Chatillon luggage
Delsey Chatillon
2 bag types available.
Price range $$
Delsey logo
4.0
77 reviews

Travelers Club Chicago luggage
Travelers club logo
4.0
1,226 reviews

Samsonite S
Samsonite S'cure
Price range $$$
Samsonite logo
4.0
188 reviews

American Flyer Fireworks luggage
American flyer logo
4.0
85 reviews

Delsey Comete luggage
Delsey Comete
Price range $$
Delsey logo
4.0
123 reviews

Delsey Sky Max luggage
Delsey Sky Max
Price range $$
Delsey logo
4.0
13 reviews

Brics Pronto luggage
Brics Pronto
Price range $$$
Brics logo
4.0
36 reviews

Victorinox Etherius luggage
Victorinox logo
3.9
38 reviews

Samsonite LIFTwo luggage
Samsonite LIFTwo
Price range $$
Samsonite logo
3.9
228 reviews

Victorinox Avolve luggage
Victorinox logo
3.9
176 reviews

American Flyer Gold Coast luggage
American flyer logo
3.9
14 reviews

Lojel Streamline luggage
Lojel Streamline
Price range $$$

3.8
104 reviews

Briggs & Riley Torq luggage
Briggs & Riley Torq
Price range $$$$
Briggs & riley logo
3.8
308 reviews

IT Luggage Valiant luggage
IT Luggage Valiant
Price range $$
It luggage logo
3.8
81 reviews

Travelpro Magna luggage
Travelpro Magna
Price range $$$$
Travelpro logo
3.8
14 reviews

Biaggi ZipSak luggage
Biaggi ZipSak
Price range $

3.8
476 reviews

Lucas Troy luggage
Lucas Troy
Price range $$
Lucas logo
3.8
76 reviews

Delsey Bastille luggage
Delsey Bastille
Price range $$$
Delsey logo
3.8
82 reviews

Lojel Kozmos luggage
Lojel Kozmos
Price range $$$$

3.8
19 reviews

Lojel Cubo luggage

3.7
27 reviews

Perry Ellis Forte luggage
Perry Ellis Forte
Price range $
Perry ellis logo
3.7
56 reviews

Travelpro Walkabout luggage
Travelpro Walkabout
Price range $$
Travelpro logo
3.7
45 reviews

Heys Xcase luggage
Heys Xcase
Price range $$$
Heys logo
3.6
32 reviews

IT Luggage Autograph luggage
IT Luggage Autograph
Capacity 47.5-143.9 l (2898-8779 cuin)
Price range $$$$
It luggage logo

Rimowa Topas luggage
Rimowa Topas
Price range $$$$$
Rimowa logo

Source Spinner luggage
Source logo

Athalon Pullman
Athalon logo

Rockland logo

Samsonite Cosmolite luggage
Samsonite logo

Samsonite Firelite luggage
Samsonite logo

Rimowa Salsa luggage
Rimowa Salsa
Price range $$$$
Rimowa logo



Review Summary

114,104 reviews of bags checked.

Average rating is 4.4 out of 5.
5 star
4 star
3 star
2 star
1 star
66%
19%
6%
4%
6%



Top 10 spinner luggage brands

The 10 highest rated spinner luggage brands based on the 114,104 reviews we have checked + the highest rated bag from each brand.

BrandAverage ratingTop spinner luggage
Anne Klein4.8Anne Klein Manchester
Titan4.7Titan X2
Skyway4.6Skyway Nimbus
Ben Sherman4.6Ben Sherman Nottingham
Timberland4.6Timberland Boscawen
Tommy Bahama4.5Tommy Bahama Mojito
Calpak4.5CalPak Davis
Ricardo Beverly Hills4.5Ricardo Beverly Hills Mar Vista
Kenneth Cole Reaction4.5Kenneth Cole Reaction Reverb
Gabbiano4.5Gabbiano Provence



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Are you considering choosing spinner luggage? If so, you are about to choose a suitcase with a considerable number of advantages. However, if you really want a piece of luggage that is well-suited to you, you can’t simply head to the first option available to you. There are quite a few things about spinner suitcases that you may not be aware of.

Well, that’s why we are here – this article can help you to decide if spinner luggage is for you as well as to pinpoint which the best option is. Here you will find all that you need to know regarding this topic so that you can make a properly informed decision.

How to Choose Spinner Luggage? (Buyers Guide)

While spinner luggage is certainly becoming more commonplace among travelers, people do still have some reservations about this type of luggage. This, of course, is because this type of luggage can seem quite odd and there isn’t a lot of information available about them in one place. Well, this is all about to change with this guide. After going through this guide, you will be equipped with all of the knowledge that you need to go shopping for spinner luggage.

Is Spinner Luggage Right for You?

There are a lot of things that should factor into your decision about whether this is the type of luggage that is more suitable for you. This includes what kind of traveling that you are doing and what type of features that you hope to get out of your luggage.

Pros

One of the main benefits of this type of luggage with wheels is that it is easier to move around with. First, it doesn’t require you to lift the weight of your baggage yourself. Since the suitcase has four wheels all you have to do is just push it around. This makes it a lot more comfortable to walk around with a heavy load.

Now, the four wheels on spinner luggage spin in 360 degrees. This is why you will have no trouble turning the case sideways and then simply walking through narrow corridors or spaces. You will not have to tug on or struggle with your luggage thanks to this wheel formation.

Then there is the fact that spinner luggage has great stability on flat surfaces. The four wheels provide the luggage with all of the support it needs so you really don’t need to hold it to prevent the bag from falling over.

All of these features make spinner luggage quite perfect for walking around the airport. With this type of bag in hand, you will have no trouble at all moving quickly, even if you have a heavy case in hand.

Cons

Conversely, one of the biggest issues that people have with spinner luggage is that, on occasion, it is not as durable as its two-wheeled counterpart. This is because, with spinner luggage, the wheels are attached to the exterior of the luggage. Because of this, they don’t have a great deal of protection and the wheels can snap off.

Spinner luggage is also not great on slopes as it has a tendency to roll down, away from you. On a similar note, this type of luggage doesn’t work all that well on rough or cobbled surfaces, either and you may find it quite difficult to lug your bag.

Also, while this doesn’t stand true for all spinner luggage, some bags do tend to be on the heavier side. Although you will not feel this weight while pushing the luggage around, it could prove to be a disadvantage when checking your bag in with the airline.

So, if you are planning on journeying across rough countryside or go exploring suitcase in hand, then the spinner suitcase may not be for you.

Types of Spinner Luggage

There are a few varieties of spinner luggage to choose from. Here they are:

  • Wheeled Laptop Bags: These are largely used for business trips and are typically considered as carry on luggage. As the name suggests, the main purpose of this bag is to carry your laptop. However, there are compartments to store other devices as well as files and documents.
  • Wheeled Duffel Bags: There are spinner duffel bags as well. The ones with four wheels are often slightly larger in capacity which is why that can work as checked luggage too. This type of luggage is both lightweight as well as very stable.
  • Wheeled Suitcases: These are the most common types of spinner luggage. With spinner suitcases, you will need to choose between a soft case and a hard case. These type of cases are also available in various sizes – ranging from small to extra-large.

All About Wheels

As you can imagine, one of the most important aspects of spinner luggage is well, the wheels. So, just what is it that you need to know about these wheels?

Types

Wheels most commonly fall under the category of either ‘single’ or ‘double’ wheels. The benefit of double wheels is that they allow you to control the movement and direction of your luggage a little better. Therefore, they can be easier to maneuver.

Durability

The main concern with spinner wheels is durability. This is because unlike the two-wheeled bags, the spinner wheels aren’t afforded all that much protection. Since the wheels aren’t recessed, they don’t have the case preventing them from getting damaged.

This is why it is even more important for you to ensure that the wheels are made from strong materials that aren’t likely to break too quickly. To ensure that you can keep using the bag even if this does happen, you should look for wheels that can be replaced.

Size

The other debate when it comes to luggage wheels is the one between small and large wheels. Well, this one is fairly easy to settle – when in doubt, always choose the larger wheels. They will allow the suitcase to move more smoothly over surfaces because they don’t get stuck in ruts or small holes.

Attachment System

Because the attachment system on spinner luggage is quite a bit different, you need to pay attention to the fixture in place. This will give your luggage greater durability and will help it last longer. This is why you should look for wheels that are attached with screws instead of those fixed with rivets.

Additional Features to Consider

Here are some of the other features that you need to examine on your spinner suitcase to ensure that it is up to standard:

Handles

While a lot of the attention goes to wheels, handles play quite an important role in your spinner luggage as well. This is because it has to endure a lot of tugging and pulling as you roll around your bags. On top of this, the handle is constantly being pushed and pulled into place. Therefore, it is only a well-designed handle that will be able to handle all of this abuse.

First and foremost, look for handles that have two bars supporting it on either side instead of just one in the middle. This is the first sign of a sturdy handle that will not break easily. Still, it is a good idea to give the handle a try beforehand. You will need to make sure that it does not wiggle while it is extended.

Also, when the handled is retracted, where does it go? Does it tuck into the shell of the suitcase or does it descend and snuggle in the frame’s exterior? Usually, the handles that fit in the shell are the best option. Since they are protected, even when it is in transit, it has less of a chance of being damaged or worse, snapping off.

Round vs. Square Edges

Now, it may have come to your attention that luggage – suitcases, in particular – seem to have different shapes. What this is, really, is that the edges on these bags are different. Some have rounded edges while others have blunter, square edges.

The main advantage of round edges is that they are less likely to get damaged. Even if they were to collide with another surface, it is unlikely that there will be too much harm done to your piece of luggage. What the squared edged bag offers you instead of protection is storage space. The square edges give the luggage more internal capacity, allowing you to pack more. So, in the end, it is up to you to decide which feature you value more.

Advice for Spinner Wheel Luggage

The wheels and the way that they are placed on luggage mean that you have to be aware of certain prior to and after buying these bags. First, because the wheels are attached externally, remember that they add additional length to the bag. So, when looking at the dimensions, check the difference between the length of the bag and the actual capacity of the suitcase or luggage. Otherwise, you may end up with a much smaller bag than intended.

Spinner wheel luggage can also weigh a bit more. However, it is important to avoid buying pieces of luggage that weigh more than ten pounds, on average. The more that your bag weighs, the less that you will be able to take with you. When packing your bag, it is important to keep this additional weight in mind. Your baggage and the weight of the bag shouldn’t exceed the airline’s limitations.

Remember, while your spinner luggage is incredibly useful, it does have its downsides. This includes the type of surfaces that it can be rolled on. So, when you have your bag with you, it is a good idea to avoid uneven sidewalks, cobbled roads, and anything else that could damage the wheels.

So there you have it – all of the information that you need to choose your spinner luggage with incredible ease.


Last updated on May 23, 2018

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