I shared my review of the Beis Backpack a little bit ago, but I also got The Carry-On Roller by Beis at the same time.
Over the last year or so, I’ve been following more travel influencers online and have been hoarding tips from them.
To my surprise, a majority of them recommend carrying on your bag — especially when things are busy and your checked bag could get lost.
I’m someone that always checks my bag — even if it’s small enough to fit in the overhead bin!
I just don’t like “dealing” with it in the airport, and it seems so much easier to check it.
But, a few times I checked my bag before getting the carry-on, checking a bag took SO much time. I felt like even getting to the airport 2.5-3 hours early was barely enough time with a checked bag.
Also, you have to wait a good bit to get your bag at the end!
So, when I was looking for new luggage, I wanted something that met the carry-on regulations so I could actually carry it on.
The Beis Carry-On Luggage does — it’s the 19-inch size.
Now, I will admit, that because I’m someone that has always checked a bag, I was unaware of certain features that bags need in order to be “helpful” during travel.
But, so many of the reviews for this bag said that Beis thought of everything — one feature that was repeatedly mentioned was the handle grip.
The grip on the handle feels like memory foam! The bag also has 360-degree wheels, which makes walking through the airport a breeze — I found it super helpful getting on and off escalators and airport trams, too.
Now, for the interior. I’ve always thought that a hard shell suitcase would hold less — well, not this one!
Between the Beis Backpack and the Carry-on Luggage, I easily packed for a week in New Mexico!
Each side of the suitcase has lots of room for whatever you need. There’s also two zipper pockets on one side of the center flap, and a flat zipper pocket on the other side of the flap.
I’ve used the suitcase twice now (on two round-trips) and have had 0 issues getting it into the overhead bin.
I assume for most people it’s not big deal, but struggling with my suitcase on the airplane was something i was really worried about.
Every time I’ve traveled with my Beis luggage, I’ve used the luggage as my “carry-on” item and the backpack as my personal item (which fits under the seat).
I have had to gate-check the suitcase before getting on really small planes, but it hasn’t been an issue.
I have been really impressed with my Beis products, and intend to buy more!
Have you tried anything from Beis?
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