The latest Briggs & Riley suitcase aids in the dilemmas presented by carry-ons. The travel experts took note of the need for durable carry-ons, and for ones that could contain a considerable amount of gear. Such a bag minimizes the cost of flying as they are let on to airplanes free of charge.
The compression system mastered by Briggs & Riley is simple. Users pop up a small grey device on the side of the trunk. This increases its size only temporarily however. After it is zipped up, it merely has to be pressed on with a minimal amount of force, and voila, baggage checking costs become minimized, if not eliminated altogether.
Extended trips may of course require luggage with extensive storage features, but for the purpose of weekend trips, this design is ideal.