Whether you're off to a week-long camping trip or you're headed across the seas for a global adventure, the Sprint Spinner Luggage from Skyline makes a great traveling companion. This 29-inch spinner suitcase keeps your traveling essentials chic and sophisticated. It has four dual-spinner wheels that glide smoothly in all directions to provide you with optimal movement to and from your destination. A strong, adjustable telescoping handle offers great stability and effortless mobility, while top, bottom and side handles allow you to grab it off a conveyor belt with ease. The spacious lined interior has a mesh zip pocket for keeping your contents nice and organized, with cross straps for secure closure.
Poor quality. This luggage fell apart while I was on a layover. I lifted it off the luggage belt and the handle and siding ripped off, my personal belongings falling out. I followed weight restrictions and never had an issue with other brands. Very disappointing and added stress to my travels. Would not recommend.
1 reply from Olivet Rep team - 2 months ago
Hello - We sincerely apologize for the quality issue you encountered when traveling with this Skyline suitcase. We would like you to be happy with your purchase and because this suitcase does have a 5 year warranty, please reach out to our customer service team so that we can assist you further: https://www.olivetintl.com/customer-service
Wheels don’t work will return after vacation
I don’t recommend wheels don’t swivel
1 reply from Olivet Rep team - 5 months ago
Hello, We apologize that there was a wheel quality issue with your Skyline suitcase. Please reach out to our customer service team so that we can assist you in this matter at https://www.olivetintl.com/customer-service
Hi Jacob - We're sorry that there is a handle issue with your Skyline suitcase. Please reach out to our customer service team at https://www.olivetintl.com/customer-service so that we can assist you further.
Overall, I would recommend this for the price. Sure, it’s not as sturdy as a more expensive counterpart, but it does fine for moderate travel. It’s a little wobbly when super full, but still rolls fine.
World Traveler - 11 months ago, Verified purchaser
Pro: The body of the suitcase held up well on a two week trip. This included 4 flights and 7 hotel changes. CONS: Unfortunately, it was obvious to all my fellow travelers that I had a bad suitcase. This is a spinner, but it goes crooked most of the time. I had to walk slightly behind it and constantly steer it because it would not go straight. I tried manually aiming the wheels before walking, and this helped for a few minutes. Tile floor were a nightmare, and I had to lift it slightly to get it to roll with 38 pounds packed. Lastly, it tipped easily. Horrible buy, and I hope to get my money back.