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| p.1 #13 · F-Stop Loka or Guru as +1 carry on for US domestic or international travel? |
thanks guys, based off of information here I've decided on the guru with medium and small shallow icu's for flexibility and I'll try using that as a +1 carry on bag. The dimensions and fact that it can be made slim seem to make it in line with the size of a large laptop rolling bag or large laptop backpack, which I've gotten away with as a +1 bag on numerous occasions. Hopefully the guru is not too much bigger than any of my normal large laptop business cases.
Just be ready to check in one of your bags if they don't allow the guru as your 2nd bag. Some airlines will allow it, others not. Personally, I hate it when I see a person trying to skirt the rules and bring along two bags and claim one is the carryon and the other is my 2nd "purse" bag. Just check in your clothes and carryon your camera gear.
wouldn't be a problem if airline luggage service was (a) fairly priced instead of a rip off and (b) if the airlines could actually handle a bag without damaging it or the having it rifled.
That just the cost of flying...either pay up or stay home, but don't break the rules by bringing on board two large carryons. Pay the extra $25 for your luggage and bring onboard your gear. Everything travel related cost more these days, gas, food, accommodations etc...., just the cost of having fun.