Tuplus’ Cutting-Edge Carry-On


I’ve taken my fabric-shell TravelSmith carry-on on many adventures. Although it looks great and has held up well, it lacks a secure combination lock and hard-shell protection for fragile items. Therefore, when I saw Tuplus’ aerospace magnesium-aluminum Quick Standard Carry-On Suitcase in Diamond Silver,  I knew I had to have it.

After removing the Quick Standard Carry-On suitcase from its protective cloth drawstring bag, I couldn’t help but admire its sleek, sculpted, cutting-edge design. One won’t have trouble locating it at baggage claim because it definitely stands out in a crowd of suitcases. As far as function goes, it checks all the right boxes. The adjustable telescopic handle is sturdy and doesn’t wobble and its wheels roll smoothly and quietly over surface areas. An added plus, is the wheel-locking mechanism located by the handle. When you want your suitcase to stay anchored, simply push the wheel lock switch into lock position to ensure your suitcase remains immobile.

The Quick Standard Carry-On is designed with a TSA approved press-to-release combination lock that pops the front open for easy access to everything inside. Thankfully, it isn’t hard to set a personal password using the enclosed instructions.

What happens if one forgets the password ? No need to panic. The Warranty Card provides a default password that pops the front open.

Tuplus’ Quick Standard Carry-On is the perfect travel buddy when you’ve booked  a weekend vacay or brief road trip and want to travel light. In addition to the Diamond Silver color featured here, this model is also available in two gorgeous bold colors: Sea Blue and Aurora Green.

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Rachelle Nones

Lifestyle Writer

Rachelle is a multimedia lifestyle writer reporting on lifestyle trends, products and services, ranging from fashion and beauty to food, wellness, fitness, travel, pet products, entertainment, and home decor. She completed coursework in creative writing and English literature while earning her Bachelor of Arts degree. Rachelle loves to travel throughout the United States and has visited 20 states to date, with plans to visit as many as possible!