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Briggs & Riley Baseline Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

4.20
based on 2,035 reviews


We have checked thousands of reviews and found 16 reasons to buy the Baseline - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


87% of the reviewers give the Briggs & Riley Baseline a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (75%)
Good (12%)
Average (5%)
Poor (2%)
Bad (4%)



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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Briggs & Riley Baseline:

Reviewers like these things about the Briggs & Riley Baseline

  • Many travelers liked how the nylon outer fabric withstands the toughest travel conditions.
  • A lot of users enjoy the presence of 4 wheels for effortless 360 degree navigation.
  • Others appreciate the bonus pouch on the back of the bag between the handle tracks.
  • The handles on three of its sides are also lauded by some users as they make getting it in and out of the trunk easier.
  • Many reviewers liked how the tag on this bag retracts into a small opening in the back of the suitcase, preventing it from getting ripped easily.
  • Some reviewers love how it expands easily to a nice in-between size for when they need just a little more carrying room but don’t have enough to fill a full-sized suitcase.
  • Many users find the rachet system a great space saver.
  • A lot of reviewers thought the suiter is roomy and does a good job preventing wrinkles.
  • Sturdy, tight construction, expandable, smooth rolling and no tipping, great compression panels and packing capacity are cited as the main reasons for purchasing this luggage.
  • Many users thought its workmanship, lifetime warranty and water resistance make it unbeatable.
  • Some reviewers find the compression feature, flexible design, and the quality of manufacturing wonderful.
  • A lot of users find the compression system awesome.
  • Many travelers find its expandable technology incredible as it adds another 25% capacity then compresses back down to the original size.
  • Some users describe it as extraordinarily tough bag, well designed with expandable side-walls.
  • A lot of users are impressed with how this bag holds a huge amount, compresses it via a well engineered system, and fits in the overhead.
  • Many reviewers find the zippers robust and the side and base handles strong.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users find the handles flimsy.
  • Other reviewers said that it has no structural protection.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Briggs & Riley Baseline models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity55.6-125.9 l (3393-7683 cuin)
Weight iconWeight6-10.95 oz (2.7-5 kg)
Length iconLength9-16.5 in (23-42 cm)
Width13.5-16.5 in (34-42 cm)
Height14-28 in (36-71 cm)


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Travel
Sport
Hiking
Cycling
School
Backpacking



Popular Models


Briggs & Riley Baseline International

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Specs
Weight iconWeight10 oz (4.5 kg)
Length iconLength9 in (23 cm)
Width15 in (38 cm)
Height21 in (53 cm)




Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Briggs & Riley Baseline features:
  • Wheeled/rolling
  • Water resistant

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Capacity/Weight Levels


The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

ModelCapacityWeightLevel
CX55.6 l9.1 oz0.16 oz/L
Medium72.5 l9.7 oz0.13 oz/L
Large125.9 l10.95 oz0.09 oz/L



Rankings


vs Briggs & Riley Bags

The Briggs & Riley Baseline ranks #1 compared with the other Briggs & Riley bags.

Top 5% Briggs & Riley bag

1Briggs & Riley Baseline
4.20
Briggs & Riley Baseline
2Briggs & Riley Verb
4.19
Briggs & Riley Verb
3Briggs & Riley Explore
3.94
Briggs & Riley Explore
4Briggs & Riley Transcend
3.86
Briggs & Riley Transcend
5Briggs & Riley Kinzie Street
3.67
Briggs & Riley Kinzie Street

vs All Bags

The Briggs & Riley Baseline ranks #656 compared with all the bags we have checked.

Top 30% bag

654Aqua Quest Stylin
4.20
Aqua Quest Stylin
655Briggs & Riley Baseline
4.20
Briggs & Riley Baseline
656London Fog Knightsbridge
4.20
London Fog Knightsbridge
657Patagonia Lightweight
4.20
Patagonia Lightweight
658Amy Butler Josephine
4.20
Amy Butler Josephine



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparison of the Briggs & Riley Baseline vs the Briggs & Riley Transcend.

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Briggs & Riley Baseline vs Briggs & Riley Transcend


Briggs & Riley Baseline
Briggs & Riley Baseline

4.20
BEST
Based on 2,035 reviews
Capacity: 55.6-125.9 l
Weight: 6-10.95 oz
Price: $$$$


Briggs & Riley Transcend
Briggs & Riley Transcend

3.86

Based on 168 reviews

Capacity:
Weight: 0.4-11.7 oz
Price: $$$$

  • The Baseline is rated a bit better than the Transcend.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 2,203 reviews of the two bags.
  • The weight of the biggest Baseline is 7% lighter than the biggest Transcend (10.95 oz vs 11.7 oz).

Both bags are available in these colors:
Black

Only the Baseline is available in these colors:
Blue

Only the Transcend is available in these colors:
Grey





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Last updated on July 03, 2019