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I've been using the rolling cart/luggage looking bag for YEARS and I'm tired of it. There has to be a better way.
When we had the huge snowstorm, I used a big backpack, but I feel like that looks unprofessional.
I also rarely wheel it around unless I'm walking a long distance to someone's office or through a neighborhood with crappy parking. I never roll it through a home and although I'm used to it, it's heavy. Especially when you're seeing someone in an apartment building on the third or fourth floor. Because no one lives on the first or second.
Anyone use something that's kind of out of the box that you really like?
http://www.qvc.com/Eco-Style-Luxe-Rolli ... 75513-CSWB
It's an airline carry-on but is of excellent quality and is solid. It doesn't have a shoulder strap, but I took one from an old bag and attached it to the carry straps. The handle you see in the picture can extend out to be used as a roller bag, if not it all stores well inside in an outside pocket.
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