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- The 32" Multiwheel is part of the Salsa Air Collection from Rimowa®
- Weighing up to 26% less than the Salsa Collection, yet made from the same polycarbonate material, the Cabin Multiwheel is sure to impress.
- Lightweight and nearly indestructible polycarbonate shell returns to its original shape after pressure has been released.
- Polycarbonate material is both lighter and more durable than aluminum.
- Lightweight recessed TSA lock adds extra security while traveling with your valuables, and can be opened for security checks without any damage to the lock.
- Retractable monotelescopic pull handle lessens the strain on your arm to offer a more comfortable grip.
- Lightweight zippered mesh compartments open book-style for easy packing and unpacking of your items.
- Lightweight Patented Multiwheel® System features eight ball bearing wheels, which rotate 360°, making transportation as an upright or leaning case easy to maintain.
- Width: 21 1⁄4 in
- Depth: 10 5⁄6 in
- Height: 31 8⁄9 in
- Weight: 7 lbs 15 oz
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During the rise of aviation technology in the 1930s, the RIMOWA brand of luggage took wings. The founder's son, Richard Morszeck, was fascinated by the lightweight aircraft aluminum that was used on planes. It was then in 1937 that his idea of using aircraft aluminum on luggage took shape. As this idea came to light, the first overseas trunk made of this lightweight metal was introduced. Following in the footsteps of this monumental design, the first suitcase made of structural aluminum with the grooves was created in 1950. This sturdy luggage became extremely popular with flight crews, airline passengers and world travelers, who seek luggage that would show their travel miles through well-earned dents and scratches yet still stand up to heavy treatment.
Building upon RIMOWA's quality reputation for lightweight metal suitcases, in 1976 RIMOWA launched their first waterproof metal suitcases. These cases were designed for cameras and photographic equipment to protect the items from water, humidity, tropical heat, and even arctic cold. The creative concepts did not stop there for RIMOWA. In 2000, RIMOWA raised the bar even higher for quality luggage by launching their series of polycarbonate luggage, the first ever on the market. Known for being almost indestructible, the impact-resistant polycarbonate practically pops dents back out all by itself. Over three different centuries, RIMOWA cases have been able to handle anything they are asked and expected to do. Through expert craftsmanship, high-quality material, and precision manufacturing, the original principle upon which the company was founded lives stronger than ever today. With their popular series of exquisite luggage collections such as the Salsa, Salsa Air, and Salsa Deluxe, the tradition for attention to detail is finely displayed. In carrying on with tradition, these collections, as well as all RIMOWA luggage, is still handcrafted with care and knowledge of customer needs. Within their factories, it is there that "Handwerk meets hightech" (Handcraft meets high tech) and the RIMOWA line of high-quality, lightweight, and technology-driven luggage is not made, but invented.
Rimowa Salsa Air - 32" Multiwheel
I bought this suitcase to help me move from Chicago to Amsterdam. I took about 5 suitcases with me, and this was the easiest to pack and transport. It's such a simple concept - a big plastic square box, but I haven't seen anyone else who makes suitcases like this. The design makes the suitcase very easy to pack because there are no bumps or ridges to pack around, just a vast expanse of flat space. The best feature is that each half of the suitcase can be zipped up and sealed so you can open and close the suitcase without everything falling out again. I only took it on one trip so far, but I didn't see any evidence of damage on the suitcase, so it's holding up well so far. I plan to use it in the future as the main suitcase for me and my partner to use while traveling, because it's big enough to hold both of our stuff for a week and it's a dream to roll through airports.
I'd also recommend: Travel Pro
- Anonymous - customer
- from Chicago, IL
- February 13, 2012
Great suitcase - it was our error in choosing this too large size. I need something a little roomier than my usual 22" Rimowa carry on and we went overboard in this size. I'm going for the 26" - not carry on but a little less austere than packing the 22" for a 15 day tour of Turkey. This is a great case and you cannot beat the free shipping and returns.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Pennsylvania
- October 1, 2011
We just got back from a 17 day trip to Italy. Love this case! It's lightweight with easy mobility and great look make it worth the price. I got a lot of compliments on the purple color. It made it easy for me to keep track of my luggage at the airport & when it was being loaded on and off the bus during the trip. The light weight allowed me to pack more clothes and shoes and still be within the weight limit. The four wheels moved easily on any surface: wood, tile, carpet, and uneven stone roads. The only thing it lacks is a built in add-a-bag strap which is included on the Salsa Deluxe model. I was able to buy a black mesh strap to attach my matching Rimowa Salsa Air carry on to the bag by looping the strap through the handle, but a built in strap would have been easier. With that said, I was able to move this bag, fully packed, with the carry on attached with one hand (I'm only 5'2"). It stayed balanced on four wheels and rolled easily through the airport. It got a few scratches from being jostled around during the trip. I am more concerned that an inch of stitching and black edging material on the corner of the case got broken during the trip as this could cause the zipper, which worked so well on this trip, to split from the case in the future. The exposed stitching strikes me as a design flaw on an otherwise sturdy case. My experience getting this repaired will be the topic of a future review.
- Frances B - customer
- from Baton Rouge, LA
- June 1, 2011
I love my Salsa Air! It is so pretty in this purple color and so light to move around. It also fits a lot!
- Anonymous - customer
- from chino hills, ca.
- November 13, 2011
My Rimowa Salsa Air just made its maiden voyage to Vanada. Walking it through the airport was a dream. It just goes beside you with ease. I got lots of questions and compliments on it. I love the spinner wheels. I am going to get the carry-on with spinner wheels.
I'd also recommend: NONE
- JUDY S - customer
- from PUNTA GORDA, FL
- December 5, 2010