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About Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110

The Armor, Light Armor Roller Bag is the Lightest Dive Roller Duffel. Bag is Large enough for a Full-Set of Dive Gear plus some Clothing. Stores-Easily and makes a great Boat Bag! 100% Non-Corrosive Parts with No Useless Add-On to get Caught, Torn and Broken during Travel. Armors Light Weight 6.2 lbs (2.8 kg) Wheeled Duffel Bag is Super Light Weight, yet Durable. Bag is made of Light weight 430D Dobby Fabric and Aircraft Quality Webbing with Strong Rugged Wheels.

Easily Pulled by a Comfortable Padded Handle, no Metal Handle to Corrode, Bend or Cause Problems. The Zipper comes with a Special-Protector and if anything happens to the Zipper it is Repairable. Bag is equipped with Duffle Style Grab Handles with Padded hook and loop Closure. The Bag has Triple Rails on the Back of the Bag for Added Strength and Durability when Lying Down on the Boat Deck, Beach or Airport Carousel.

The Large U-Shaped Top-Load Opening makes Access to the Bags Content Easy. The Armor Light Roller Bag has a protected ID Pocket, Zippered Front Sleeve-Style Pocket, measures (H x W x D) 30" x 16" x 13.5" (76.2 x 40.6 x 34.3 cm) with a volume of 6,480 cubic inches (106.2 liters) and weighs 6.2 lbs (2.8 kg) when empty. Bag is Proudly Made in the USA and is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

The Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110 is commonly used for SCUBA Gear, Vacation and more. The Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. One reason why the Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110 is popular is because of its Large Capacity.

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This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110 Features

  • Lightest Dive Roller Duffel. Bag
  • Maximum Durability in Components and Construction
  • Accommodates: Full-Set of Dive Gear Plus Clothing
  • Stores-Easily: Great Boat Bag!
  • 100% Non-Corrosive Parts with No Useless Add-On
  • Great Travel Bag
  • Material: 430D Dobby Fabric and Aircraft Quality Webbing
  • Strong Rugged Wheels
  • Easily Pulled by Comfortable Padded Top Handle
  • No Metal Handle to Corrode, Bend or Cause Problems
  • Duffle Style Grab Handles with Padded hook and loop Closure
  • Large U-Shaped Top-Load Opening makes Access to the Bags Content Easy
  • Protection for Zippers
  • Repairable Zippers
  • Triple Rails on Back of Bag for Added Strength and Durability
  • Protected ID Pocket
  • Zippered Front Sleeve-Style Pocket
  • Dimensions: 30" x 16" x 13.5" (76.2 x 40.6 x 34.3 cm)
  • Volume: 6,480 cubic inches (106.2 liters)
  • Weight (empty): 6.2 lbs (2.8 kg)
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Armor Light Armor Wheeled Duffel Bag, #110 Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Review Summary

 
3.5

(based on 11 reviews)

64%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Light for your flight

I wish that it was alittle larger so that I could include my scuba gear as well as all the cloths I will need for a weeks vacation. On the whole I'm very happy with the bag. JM USN (ret.)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not even 3 trips

The bag is lightweight and a nice size, but there is an issue with the back vertical support strips. There is no horizontal bracing so once you add weight and the airport folks lift it it bends and busts out a screw holding the vertical bracing. Fixed it twice in the same spot. Browsing now for a new bag.

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5.0

Armor Bag Is A Winner

By

from Prescott, AZ, US

Haven't traveled with this new bag yet but have it packed with dive gear for an upcoming trip to Indonesia for some muck diving. Holds all of my gear plus my clothes for the trip and is still way under 50 lbs. I'm sure this is going to be a great bag!

 
1.0

Does not hold up.

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from Arlington, VA, US

I bought two of these for two sets of gear and we only got a couple of trips out of them. I even sent them back to Armor for repair but they still did not hold up. I had to throw one of them away it was so bad.

 
2.0

Not even 3 trips

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The bag is lightweight and a nice size, but there is an issue with the back vertical support strips. There is no horizontal bracing so once you add weight and the airport folks lift it it bends and busts out a screw holding the vertical bracing. Fixed it twice in the same spot. Browsing now for a new bag.

 
2.0

Would not buy again - needs structural improvements

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Bought this just before my VI dive trip. Bag held up going down, but rivet supports to one wheel broke off on the return. Non-stop down & back, so minimal handling. Now trying to find a luggage repair shop to see if it can be fixed or pitch it.

 
4.0

Much lighter than the old one

By

Overall, this is a nice bag. The main area holds plenty of equipment. And I am starting at under 7 pounds rather than over 15 empty. The downside is that I need to pack my split fins in the main area because they are a bit too tight and long for the side pockets. And my fins are not the long types. The big issue is that the bottom of the fin pocket gets shrunk by the wheel casing. So the paddle end will not fit. Other than that, it is a nice bag.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
BYRON B  Purchased 3 of these bags due to their low "empty weight" to maximize the amount of gear within the airlines' 50 lb weight limit. They have seen several international trips over the last 6 years and are showing some light wear, but are otherwise very serviceable. The main compartment zipper is lockable and will accommodate a full set of scuba gear and accessories along with additional items that cannot go in carry-on luggage.
NEAL R G  Strong, dependable, holds a lot, easy to use and will last a long time with care
Shopper  My wife and I both check our split fins, boots, masks, and BCs - would this bag be likely to hold that volume of gear?
CHRISTOPHER S  It may if you could fit one BDC inside the other and the fins inside of that. Otherwise, I am not sure if it would. I pack my bag full when I travel. with all my gear, BCD, fins, wetsuit, mesh bag, mesh backpack, regulator, mask and lights, it all fits.
BRUCE S  This is a large bag. One pair of fins can go in the side pockets and the BCs boots, masks, and other pairs of fins will fit in the main compartment. Also this bag is at the limit of what the airlines call oversized so you will not need to pay extra for this.
STEVEN W  Yes it would.
ZACHARY C  Yes this bag will hold all of your gear and more. It is very roomy. However, it is not a sturdy bag. After just one dive trip to Malaysia the bag is torn up. One of the rollers no longer works and there are holes on the bottom front of the bag on each side. I would not purchase this bag again.
ERIC D  Yes, the bag will hold that and more. The fin pockets won't hold the largest fins but there is more than enough room to put them in the main compartment.
lisa m  i pack a complete set of gear with no problem. however 2 sets of gear might be and it would also depend on your bcd's. not packing suits would definitely save you space. it's perfect for one person's full gear!
MELISSA H  This is a good one person bag. I don't think it would do two folks gear. I do pack a few wetsuits in mine but even if I didn't I don't think it would do two BCs. I can say it is perfect size for one person and always comes in under airline weight restrictions. I am not sure that it will stay as my forever bag. I am used to a big pelican box for gear, which was guaranteed against everything but bears and children, so I am giving it the rest of time. Two trips so far.
CHRISTOPHER M  I have been to Hawaii 2 times with this bag and have been able to put both my son's and my gear in it easily. 2 sets of split fins, booties, BC's, masks, snorkels, dive lights, and I think I even fit in my sleeveless hoody. We carry our regulators on the plane. The only complaint I have is that it is kind of hard to wheel behind you when walking through an airport or from your hotel room to your car. Still, for the money this is a great bag and I recommend it and have been happy with it.
DENNIS B  I purchased this bag in 2010 and since that time it has been to Belize, Dominica, Hondas, Porto Rico, and some other 3rd world locations. With the rising cost of checked bags I have found this bag to be light weight (6 lbs) and very durable. On several of these trips I loaded two sets of mask/fins/BCD/regulators/snorkels/and lightweight wet suits into the bag. With a full complement it can be slightly tight however it has never failed me to hold the whole load. The only thing that I would caution you about is not overloading the bag over 50 lbs., again due to the airline restrictions/cost of overweight bags. I’ve configured the bag several different ways and always managed to load it with our gear. Over the last four years it shown itself to be a good bag and certainly taken a beating on several of these trips.
CURTIS J  Yes I think it would. My wife and I each bought one to keep the weight down and we can fit everything u need gear per person per bag and some extra. We r happy with the bag our first selection was returned.
DAVID T  The bag is great and very durable. However, the bag can hold only one full, complete set of dive gear: BC, regulator, wetsuit, mask, fins, snorkel, dry box. It cannot hold 2 BC's unless they are very compact, travel BC's that can be easily folded.
FREDERICK B  We have used two of these bags and a full set of gear fits easily and can stay under the 50# limit. The fin pockets are too small for our scubapro split fins however. Please note that light does not equal sturdy and after 3 trips to the Caribbean we have sustained tears and broken wheels. Would advise packing some duct tape for repairs.
TRAVIS H  This bag is capable of holding that amount.
Joseph M  It depends on the BCDs, 2 light ones might fit or one large one. The fins, again it depends on how large the fins are. I was able to fit a light BCD, large fins, mask, 2 shorties, dome port for my camera, and some cloths. I'm pretty happy with the amount of gear I can put into it.
Shopper  Does the bag have a telescoping handle or does it just have the cloth handle on the end to pull it?
LeisurePro S  No, this bag has just the cloth handle.
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