The G-RO Check-In Classic bag might just check all the boxes when you travel

NEWS – One of the biggest challenges that I face when I am traveling on a plane and need to carry photography equipment and other personal items, is how to do so with the least amount of luggage and luggage that I do not have to struggle with. My carry-on bag usually has mostly photography gear like cameras and lenses and accessories, which leave very little room for all of the other daily supplies I would need like clothes and shoes, etc. Recently, I have used spinner luggage, which has been better than my previous luggage, but still presents a challenge when I have to walk for a while after disembarking. Many times I have tripped over or dropped my luggage because of the awkwardness involved with pulling luggage that is usually unbalanced and I usually have to carry one piece in each hand.

However, there is hope!! I have been looking at luggage from G-RO for my next trip. G-RO makes the Check-In Classic that is a “large-capacity checked bag/duffel equipped with indestructible GravityRoll™ Wheel Technology and thoughtful organizational features like a dedicated compartment for shoes and an expansion system that increases volume from 80L to 90L.” It also includes a luggage strap for attaching an additional bag. The size and guaranteed balance mean that I can cram every daily item that I would need into it and then strap on my photography gear carry-on and move quickly through the airport with one hand free and without the fear of my luggage tipping over and/or tripping me especially on uneven surfaces

Here’s a short video on how capable this bag is.

The Check-In Classic by G-RO comes in about 6 different color options and is available on the G-RO website for $475, with the option to pay for it in installments.

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2 thoughts on “The G-RO Check-In Classic bag might just check all the boxes when you travel”

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  2. $475 seems a little steep for a bag that basically has advanced wheels. Especially considering I can get a brand name bag on any popular online site for no more than $150

  3. if I did a lot of traveling, I would want a case like this. I particularly like the large wheels, but I think its price is simply too high. I would consider $225, but no more.

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