SHOWKOO Expandable Hardshell Suitcase Set, 3-Piece

Last updated date: September 13, 2021

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8.7

SHOWKOO Expandable Hardshell Suitcase Set, 3-Piece

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We looked at the top Suitcases and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Suitcase you should buy.

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Overall Take


In our analysis of 90 expert reviews, the SHOWKOO Expandable Hardshell Suitcase Set, 3-Piece placed 15th when we looked at the top 17 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

showkoo luggage About Showkoo Showkoo is not just in the business of making luggage, we're in the business of building confidence. Confidence that when you step off the curb, your luggage wheel isn't going to pop off. Confidence that if you put your laptop in the bag in one piece, that's the way it will come out. Showkoo have never stopped moving forward on the road to perfecting and innovating luggage, travel accessories. In luggage area, we're serious. Tips: 1. For any issues in purchasing & after-sale service, please contact Showkoo by Amazon message or searching "Showkoo Direct" on FB. Your message will be replied within 2 hours. Best for business trips international trips back to school plane trips For Business Trips For international & domestic Travel For Back to School For Plane Trips top handles Top & Side Carry Handles Added 2 reinforcement brackets on the flip side to avoid hardshell cracking when lifting up heavy stuffs Sturdy & Finger protection materials( New Soft TPU) tsa lock TSA Locks Side mounted TSA lock which allows only TSA agents to inspect your bags without damaging the lock when traveling. double wheels Wheels 360°Muti-directional Double Wheels Smooth & Silent moving Enhanced durability for usage Passed Multiple Luggage quality test

Expert Reviews

User Summarized Score

8.7
1,599 user reviews

What experts liked

At its core are the extra-thick PC+ABS materials which adorn its hard shell. It is this that makes the suitcase tough enough to withstand the harshest impacts repeatedly. This notwithstanding, the bag in its entirety is light enough for you to carry easily. Its textured finish guards against unnecessary scratches.
- Velvet Sundown
September 12, 2019 | Full review
This product is constructed with ABS materials which is great at withstanding pressure and is also lightweight to carry. Built with impact-resistant, waterproof, scratchproof, and also heat proof, these make the suitcase remains durable and new now matter how many times it is used.
- The Z8
December 3, 2019 | Full review
It is made from 100% heavy duty ABS materials, which makes the hardshell highly durable and capable of withstanding constant abuse. It is also expandable, so you can fit in a number of items in it.
- TenBestProduct
A high-quality construction made of super-thick ABS and PC hard shell makes it more lightweight, durable, and at the same time impact-resistant.
- ReviewingPlus
January 2, 2020 | Full review
The suitcase is produced with a textured finish that keeps it from scratching to maintain its new look always.
- Lightvisit
June 24, 2019 | Full review
Quiet, smooth movement and easy maneuverability.
- Travel Gear Zone
it has been made with an adjustable and also sturdy ergonomic aluminum that has a 3 step handle. This will ensure perfect movement form one place to another. It can also move smoothly up and down so that you have a comfortable carrying.
- All True Stuff

What experts didn't like

You need to be careful when rolling the suitcase to prevent the wheels from breaking apart.
- TenBestProduct
Flimsy interior zippers.
- ReviewingPlus
January 2, 2020 | Full review
The suitcases seem to have issue with the zippers.
- Travel Gear Zone

An Overview On Suitcases

Even on your most uncomfortable economy flight, take heart in the fact that your luggage is probably having a worse time than you are. From the punishment of the initial packing ritual to the inevitable bumps and bruises administered by the baggage handlers, your suitcase bears it all without a complaint — if it’s made of quality stuff.

So how do you choose the right travel companion for your next trip? First things first: Consider the contents. Is this luggage going to be used for a short, solo trip or long family outings? If it’s the former, go with a compact carry-on bag. For the latter, you’re going to need an actual suitcase, the kind that will likely be checked in and stowed in a separate compartment during your flight.

Don’t fully trust the name given by the manufacturer, either. Many so-called “carry-on” bags may get rejected as such by some airlines, especially when they’re overstuffed. Check the dimensions: The standard size limit for carry-on luggage on most US airlines is 22 by 14 by 9 inches. For checked baggage, the general limit is 62 linear inches (that’s length, width and height added together). Whatever you’re choosing, make sure that it’s a bag you can move by yourself if you have to. Ideally, that includes the ability to lift it overhead at least once to stow it in an overhead compartment.

The next thing you’ll want to consider is structure. Luggage materials fall into two main categories: Hardside or softside. Hardside luggage is made of aluminum or polymers that offer lots of protection, making them the default choice for larger suitcases that will see lots of handling (and might need some extra security). Softside luggage is usually made from high-quality nylon or polyester, possibly with PVC panels or other reinforcing material to protect the inside. It’s more prone to scratches and wear, but offers a bit of flexibility when you need to stretch the capacity. This material is obviously lighter and most common for carry-on luggage.

Whatever the material, the details make a lot of difference. The first thing to check is the zippers. The most common types you’ll see on luggage are coil zippers or chain zippers. Coil zippers are typically made of nylon or plastic, and while they’re flexible and can “heal” if the zipper slips, they’re generally less durable and easier to tamper with. Chain zippers, as the name implies, are made with interlocking metal or plastic teeth. They’re more secure but a bit less flexible, and generally more expensive. Whichever the type, a good perk is a “closed-end” zipper style that can be opened from either end of the suitcase. Not only is this more convenient, but it also ensures that you can still open your luggage if one end breaks.

Just as you might with a used car, you’ll want to check the wheels. Spinner wheels are generally considered to be the best option for frequent travelers. They have a versatile mounting that allows them to rotate 360 degrees, allowing you to maneuver more easily in crowded airports. Just bear in mind that they can also roll off more easily when unattended. For that reason, those who travel in areas with a steep incline might go with a good set of fixed wheels.

Other factors to consider include the handle. In the best-case scenario, it will be retractable and built into the body of the suitcase so it’s harder to break or bend. And of course, you’ll want to consider the layout of the interior: Are there enough pockets for all your smaller items? Is there a separate compartment for dirty clothes? How much can you reasonably pack in?

For some of these questions, you’ll need to ask around, or check the reviews online. Whatever you do, don’t skimp on the details! A good traveling companion is hard to find.

The Suitcase Buying Guide

  • One great perk of many modern suitcases is a USB charging port. They’re typically attached to a power bank so that you can juice up your phone on the go. While this can be a lifesaver on long layovers, make sure you can get a suitcase that allows you to easily remove the battery. Lithium-ion batteries can pose a fire hazard, and many airlines may require you to carry the power bank separately for that reason.
  • Want a little extra peace of mind? Luggage tracking tags are another high-tech innovation that travelers can take advantage of. They’re tiny tags that you can insert into your suitcase and track by way of an app. The batteries on these tags are usually much smaller but double-check with your airline to make sure they’re compliant with all current regulations.