LuggageWorks/PurdyNeat prices

Sir Innocenti

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Hi all:
After 6 years and 4 bags, I think Im gonna take the plunge and buy a metal framed
PurdyNeat//LuggageWorks 22" bag.

Through all of your experiences, who has the best deal, or lowest price on these bags????? Thanks to all who respond!
 

WSurf

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Great bags! Have had my for 8 years now and they serviced it once. When I got it back new zippers, wheels, grips. Worth the money.
 

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I just bought one 6 months ago and absolutely love it, beats the old brown freight drag bag I had.
 

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just got one for x-mas. stopover had a deal on them, not sure if they still do or not.
 

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Hi all:
After 6 years and 4 bags, I think Im gonna take the plunge and buy a metal framed
PurdyNeat//LuggageWorks 22" bag.

Through all of your experiences, who has the best deal, or lowest price on these bags????? Thanks to all who respond!
I've had the stopoverstore metal framed one for a year now and no problems. before that had a travelpro platnum for 8 years (since 1998) and it was fine except I had done many self/home modifications to get it to 8 years.

its time for a new flight bag for myself. should I go scott again or the cyote with the metal skids on the bottom?? anyone?
 

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I've had the stopoverstore metal framed one for a year now and no problems. before that had a travelpro platnum for 8 years (since 1998) and it was fine except I had done many self/home modifications to get it to 8 years.

its time for a new flight bag for myself. should I go scott again or the cyote with the metal skids on the bottom?? anyone?
Coyote works makes a great bag with very good customer service.
 

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The skid plates are very nice as are the Coyote Works bags. You might also be able to attach the plates to a Scott bag as they are available as an accessory. All the best!
 

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I paid a little extra and bought the 22" stealth with the laptop pocket in it. After a year and a half its starting to look its age. So far I have not had any problems with my pc getting damaged. I just hate carrying around more bags than I need to. Soon, I'll have to send in my 22" for a tune up which is what keeps these bags going....other bags can't always be repaired as you have experienced I'm sure. Only thing I hate is that the bag is really heavy!
 

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I love mine. 1 year old...looks brand new.
 

Sir Innocenti

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Can anyone share (the original point of this thread) where the best prices are for the LW/PurdyNeat bags???? Thanks....
 
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A few bonuses to getting it from the stopover store:

The include the stabilizer strap with the 22" for the same price LW sells it without. Helps when you have an overloaded flight kit.

No charge for ground shipping, unlike LW.

No sales tax if shipped outside MN. LW charges sales tax.

With proof of purchase, they will do while-you-wait warranty repair or give you a loaner bag. Pretty sweet--six years ago my (old school) aluminum handle broke in the middle of a trip, got up to MSP, went downstairs and rolled out five minutes later with a brand new steel handle.
 

Sir Innocenti

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Thank you all for the above posts....Thats kinda what I was looking for! I think Im gonna go with the Stopover Store as MSP is going to be my domicile.....Thanks again!
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by M-crit
Only thing I hate is that the bag is really heavy!
They have the plastic frames for girls...
My wife is 5'2" 110# and she can sling the bag while commuting.
 
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