G Ro Travel “The Six” Push Forward 22″ Carry On Spinner Hardside Luggage Suitcase Review
G Ro Travel Six Push Forward 22″ Carry On Hardside Luggage
G Ro Travel “The Six” is a modern 22-inch carry on hardshell unisex adult suitcase with the spinner wheels and an innovative “push forward” design. It has an average user rating of 4.4 out of 5 stats by 25 customers and is currently listed in the top 100 best sellers in the “carry-on luggage” category on Amazon.com
Your color options are black/red, charcoal/red and white/red with the same price tag at the time of this short product review. And please refer to the Amazon.com product page for the current up to date price information and the availability. With its convenient push forward design you can basically push it forward and it will move with you as you move in the airport terminal or on the streets. And there will not be any burden or potential pain on your wrist, shoulders or neck that you can get with the other regular suitcases.
G Ro Six Carry On Luggage has a flat top that you can use as a desk or table when you’re out and about, solid polycarbonate shell reinforcement ribs, 66-degree magnesium split handles, handle lock release button, throttle grip with split mechanism, built-in bumpers and corner protectors, aluminium chassis, oversized axle-less G-Ro gravity roll wheels, TSA approved locks, lowered bottom, G-Ro ghost-silent spinner wheels, lowered bottom and aluminium hinges. All of these great features will help offer you an effortless and easy travel.
The G Ro Six is lightweight, weighing just around 7-8 pounds and has the dimensions of 9 x 14 x 22 inches to fit in most plane cabins and overhead compartments easily and has a large interior that can be compared to most of the regular suitcases at 38-liter capacity. You can also put your backpack on top of it and move both together as it is quite a sturdy suitcase. It has a functional and innovative design without giving up on the decent luggage capacity.
With its conveniently narrow footprint you can move it through the crowds in the airport terminal or on busy streets or tight aisles on the plane. It comes with a TSA approved combination lock- a password key, rather than a conventional lock key and there is no battery pack or the additional wheels. This hardshell suitcase shuts using the slide latches, not with a conventional zip and there is a push in on the handle to unlock it. This is not a cheap luggage by any means, but a high-end one with a premium look and feel, a solid structure and a variety of functions and you’re certainly paying for quality.