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Built like a brick outhouse!
from Barossa, South Australia
About Me Advanced
Comments about Stahlsac M509-B Cozumel Cruiser Duffel with Wheels:
I bought this bag initially on price as everthing I'd seen in Australia for the same money was poorly constructed. This bag is great, tough as old boots, a little heavy but you want that. It's got plenty of capacity to take dive gear plus clothing. In fact, recently I took my gear plus my sons and it was great. Our fellow divers were all asking about it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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About Me Casual/ Recreational
This is my second trip with this bag. I have two of them. The plastic "leg" on one fell off inside my hotel room. The second has a seam that has ripped. These have traveled to Grand Cayman and the Bahamas. I have sent an email to Stahlsac, will see how they respond
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By Old Dude
from Gloucester Point, VA
Excellent construction with lots of room.
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from Greenwood, IN
About Me Advanced Diver
Decided to buy this product due to it being on sale. GREAT BUY!! This bag is large enough to fit everything. Has large lower compartment for BC, fins, dive light. Has mesh pocket on lower side of outside compartment. Large outside compartment fit mask, snorkel, 3mm full wetsuit, regulator bag, back up dive light. Has small outside pocket that dive log fits perfect. Inside liner zips out to dry/clean if needed. The roller system works awesome. The handle has two different heights. The backpack conversion feature is very comfortable. Great bag for checking your gear on a flight. Very durable. The only negative is that it falls over easily when full, also could easily overpack it breaking the weight limit on checked baggage if you're not carful.
Top notch bag swallows it all
By Half-century diver
from Sacramento, CA
This bag has travelled all over the world with us for years - fins at the side, dive gear between, clothing in the upper pocket. It holds so much you have to watch the weight - it's easy to exceed 50 lbs, but it's fine when the piece system rules (70 lb to / from N. America.) It rolls well, can backpack, and is very durable. I've had others, this one has lasted. Stahl repaired one bag dragged between a baggage cart and tarmac, grinding wheels down and bending the axle (dive gear intact.) The ultimate airline treatment!
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