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Wheeled Luggage - 2 or 4 Wheels?

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 1

Many luggage options on the market come in one of two forms. They can feature either four wheels at the bottom end or two wheels. The number of luggage wheels on a piece of luggage might sound like something trivial but it is very important to take a look at with a number of different factors in mind. This is good to see when finding the best possible luggage options for one's needs.

An option with two suitcase wheels on it will work on that the two wheels on it will be at the same end where the handle would be used at. This is something that will be very easy to work with because it will involve dragging the luggage with the handle at an incline to get the luggage to move around with ease.

Suitcases with wheels will help to make it easier for anyone to carry large weights in a piece of luggage. However, the two suitcase wheels that would be used here can be tough to control in some tight spots. This comes from how the angles that the two wheels can work at can vary when moving the luggage around in different places and at many angles.

A four wheel luggage option is something that will have four luggage wheels on all corners of the bottom part of the luggage. This will help to make it so the user will not have to carry or drag the suitcase around at an incline. This might sound like an awkward way of moving luggage around to some people but it is actually something that may be useful in tight situations.

Having four of these wheels means that it will be easier for the luggage to pivot and move around to different directions. The four wheels can work at different axis levels and match up with each other very quickly. This can result in very effortless movements. This is especially convenient for tight areas like with aisles on airplanes.

It will help to take a look at the differences between having two or four luggage wheels on a piece of luggage. These suitcase wheels will all work to help with improving anyone's ability to have an easier time with carrying anything around. The two options differ in many ways but they are still useful for anyone to work with when getting luggage moved around and transported in any place.


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Dec 4, 2010 11:58am
Sookie
I like the idea of 4 sturdy wheels. Great article
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