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I'm in the market for a gear bag that I can take to the islands. I want wheels to transport through the airport and security. I want durability and functionality. I don't need anything fancy but should be well designed. I also want it cheap ($75-$100).
I have been thinking about the Tusa Imprex Roller Duffel Bag: http://www.leisurepro.com/Prod/TBTRD...#ReviewInfoTab
Does anyone have any experience with this bag? Any recommendations?
Have it, and love it. My fins don't fit in the side 'fin pocket,' but it isn't a big deal. It's a solid, inexpensive bag. I really like the fact that it doesn't have any 'scuba' markings on it - better for travel. Big thumbs up from me.
I use a big 'ole rolling duffel that is general purpose and not intended for SCUBA. I've never had a problem using it as the gear drys in the 24 hours 'til I fly. I've found non-SCUBA intended items to be cheaper.
Logo's are my biggest complaint with Snowboard bags. I don't understand why Burton (and other brands) have to plaster their logo over their bags. I know a snowboard bag is pretty obvious what your carrying, but people are just attracted to Burton and I hear a lot of stories about people walking off with equipment.
I saw a car the other day that had a gigantic stick on the back "Alpine Stereo System". Hows that for an advertisement.