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Luggage: 4 wheel vs. 2 wheel

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I'm considering a carryon bag that comes in both 2- and 4-wheel styles. It's the International Traveller 22" hardside.

The 4-wheel costs just a little more and only weighs a few ounces more. Is it worth considering? I've never used one so I don't know the benefits of the 4-wheeler.

2-wheel
http://www.luggageonline.com/product.cfm?productID=3681&catID=0&brandID=98&tab=1
Weighs 7.8 lbs

4-wheel
http://www.irvs.com/image.php/itemno/IT1845022
Weighs 8 lbs (per email from Irv's)

Thanks

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