Making travel easier: How to pack for a two-week trip without checking a bag
Video Channel: Roger Brooks
http://TravelWithRogerBrooks.com - I travel 200+ days each year and have tried just about everything in terms of how to fold clothes, packing toiletries, what to do with laundry, dealing with TSA rules, and what carry on luggage is best. In other words, Iâ€™ve finally come up with the perfect way to travel without having to check a bag. This little video will save you time, money, and stress-free travel with no chance of losing a bag, and the hassle of lugging around oversized bags. Enjoy!
The Tumi bag I show is the previous model to the Tegra-Lite line. Itâ€™s a 22â€ť hardshell continental carry-on. Here is the latest model: http://amzn.to/2REALpT
The bag I now use is the Tumi Arrive Macarthur Expandable Carry-on Packing Case: http://amzn.to/2RECjQQ
My wife swears by her very lightweight Tumi Voyageur Carry-on: http://amzn.to/2lk1GIQ
I also use the Tumi T-Pass Business Class Leather Brief Pack: http://amzn.to/2CgcqwX
This backpack can hold my computer, projector and all the gear. Even the folks at the Tumi store were amazed when I showed them all the equipment it could hold.
My uses the Tumi Voyageur Carson Laptop Backpack: http://amzn.to/2lOhx2P
ROGERâ€™S LOW-COST ALTERNATIVES: Often the choice of suitcase comes down to cost, so here are a couple low-cost alternatives.
This â€śAmazonâ€™s Choiceâ€ť 20" hardshell carry-on is a great low-cost alternative that will not disappoint. http://amzn.to/2lNkkt7
This great low-cost alternative backpack will hold a massive amount of gear and is TSA friendly! http://amzn.to/2jQjSty
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