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Thule luggage bag, how good are they?

Hello everybody, i have been wondering about the new thule luggage bags for a while as i own a roof box from them i had noticed they also have a luggage range.

My questions is how strong the pull arm is, and as this is a rolling luggage that can convert into a backpack is it not to bulky to carry on you back.

For me what is interesting is that you can carry it, pull it, or rugsack it.

Any advice much appreciated!

This is what i have been looking at

http://www.roofracks.co.uk/ThuleLuggageBags/Products/?productID=TCRU-115&productName=Crossover_38L_Rolling_Carry-On_Black&productRange=LuggageAndDuffleBags#.UFiHzI1lTYg

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