Titleist Professional Wheeled Roller

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By play18

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  1. play18
    Aurora, IL

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    I love the appearance of this product and want to update my carry on travel luggage. I do not want to check in this roller when I fly domestic in the US. The dimensions appear to exceed the TSA regulations for carry on luggage. Will it fit in overhead bins? If not, would the professional wheeled duffel be a better option? Thanks for your help.

  2. Marc S
    El Paso, TX

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    I sure hope it will work as a carry on. I am currently living in the Middle East and my wife is bringing mine over next month when she visits. Of course I had to have the Team Titleist log custom embroidered on it otherwise I'd have it in my possession already :)
  3. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    Suggestion to Titleist - include the dimensions for travel gear. I've seen some airlines starting to enforce the TSA limits. I happen to have the Essentials duffel bag as it will fit in the overhead of most regional jets when on a 2-3 day business trip. On full-line jets, the duffel and the Professional briefcase or backpack only take up "one" overhead slot so both go overhead.
  4. Kathy J
    Portland, OR

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    Wheeled duffel bag does not fit in the overhead of regional carriers. I usually have to get it checked at the boarding gate.
  5. play18
    Aurora, IL

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    I just got my customized wheeled roller and cabin bag... both are beautiful bags, but bigger than expected.... I will let everyone know, if I can get the wheeled roller on Southwest without checking it in.

    The cabin bag meets the 24x16x10 dimensions for Southwest, but the wheeled roller is 23x17x12.

    Red bag on the left is old pre-TSA carry on and red bag on the right of the wheeled roller meets new TSA carry on rules. Wheeled roller size is smaller than the left, but bigger than the right one.

    Stay tuned!
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  6. play18
    Aurora, IL

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    Just boarded Southwest flight to Phoenix and the professional wheeler roller fits in the overhead bin on 737 aircrafts. Whew... it’s still a bit bigger than Southwest’s stated baggage allowance, but it fits!
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