Away Luggage Review: Are the Popular Carry-Ons Worth the Hype?

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What I thought of the Away Carry-On

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As an analyst in the Good Housekeeping Institute Textiles Lab, I have personally tested dozens of travel products, from carry-on luggage and smart suitcases to hardside luggage and travel backpacks . After putting the Away carry-on through our rigorous Lab evaluations — which include using specialized equipment to analyze scratch and water resistance, as well as an obstacle course to measure wheel performance and maneuverability — I was blown away by this bag for being impressively lightweight, scratch resistant, easy to maneuver and fitting everything in our packing tests. In fact, it landed the top spot for carry-on luggage in our roundup of the best luggage brands of 2024 .

The bottom line: Away luggage is absolutely worth investing in.

What is Away luggage?

Away is a travel gear brand that offers a variety of travel accessories, including checked suitcases , backpacks , packing cubes and weekender bags . The brand originally went viral for its carry-on featuring a removable battery that can charge your phone on the go, but Away has since stopped offering battery packs with its suitcases as most people already own portable chargers .

Away's Carry-On and Bigger Carry-On are the brand's two most popular items — they are made from the same materials and have the same features but in two different sizes. In the brand's most recent update to its luggage line, the standard Carry-On now has a slightly larger packing capacity and is a bit heavier than the previous model. I put the new standard Carry-On to the test in the Textiles Lab and I used the Bigger Carry-On during a recent vacation to find out if Away luggage is actually worth buying.

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When it comes to luggage material, polycarbonate reigns supreme over other hardside materials like plastics. Away carry-ons are made with polycarbonate, which is extremely durable and more lightweight than metals like aluminum.

Polycarbonate bags typically ace our drop tests, which involve GH pros filling a suitcase with a set weight and releasing the luggage from a 3-foot height. We repeat this test at various angles and note any damages and imperfections. As suspected, after I dropped it from different angles using our drop tester, the Away carry-on showed no dents, damages or changes in appearance .

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During testing, we also use a wire to scratch the surface of the suitcase and then rate any scuffs or marks left behind. Compared to other suitcases, Away's carry-on aced our scratch-resistance testing, showing very minimal scuffs and remaining in great condition . Because marks and scuffs are inevitable on hardside luggage, the suitcases also come with a magic eraser sponge, so you can easily buff the outside of your suitcase when scuffs appear to keep your luggage looking fresh trip after trip.

I gave Away's handles lower comfort scores, compared to the other carry-ons I tested. They felt a bit wobbly and less sturdy than other carry-on handles, and they don't offer any padding at the grip. The newest iteration of the brand's carry-on luggage features an additional underside grab handle near the wheels to help make it easier to stow and retrieve from an overhead bin.

The 360º wheels rolled easily over a variety of different surfaces when I was at the airport, including linoleum, tile and carpet. Testers agreed, finding this suitcase easy to maneuver through our obstacle course and over different floorings.

A carry-on absolutely has to hold everything you need for your vacation. Away carry-ons have massive interiors , clocking in at 39.8L for the Carry-On and 47.9L for the Bigger Carry-On. When you open the suitcase, there's equal packing space on both sides. One side is a large zippered compartment, and the other is open with compression straps to keep everything in place. There are also zippered pockets for smaller items, so nothing gets lost at the bottom of your suitcase. For ultimate organization, pair the suitcase with the brand's mesh packing cubes , which excelled in our recent packing cubes test and fit perfectly in the carry-on.

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I was impressed with just how much I could fit in the Bigger Carry-On — enough for a whole week's vacation without needing a checked bag. It was easy to keep all my belongings organized, and I especially loved the included laundry bag that kept my dirty clothes separate. This bag came with a stylish leather luggage tag in a similar color to the suitcase that keeps my contact info accessible if my luggage gets lost. (Remember not to put your home address on your luggage tag and instead just your email address or phone number.) Away luggage also features TSA-compliant locks to keep your belongings protected.

Starting at $275 for the Carry-On, Away luggage isn't cheap. But for the cost, you get a sleek suitcase made with durable high-quality materials and a well-organized interior for easy packing. At a similar price to our other top-tested luggage brands, like TravelPro and Samsonite , Away carry-ons aren't the most expensive suitcases I've tested either. (Both Tumi and Rimowa carry-ons start at $650, for example.) The brand also boasts an impressive 100-day return period on unused products, so you have lots of time to decide if it's the right fit for you. Note that personalized products and final sale items are not eligible for returns or exchanges.

If you love its chic appearance and durable polycarbonate shell, Away luggage can be worth the investment. But if you're ultimately in the market for something more affordable, I suggest checking out our top-tested picks from Target and Amazon Basics .

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Besides the famous carry-ons, the brand offers a few other styles of suitcases. There are checked sizes of the polycarbonate luggage as well as aluminum styles. The checked bags are made with the same durable polycarbonate material as the carry-ons and match in appearance if you're looking to create a stylish set.

I haven't yet tested Away's aluminum carry-ons , but I am wary of the higher price tag (starting at $675) and additional weight (10.1 lbs compared to 7.5 lbs for the polycarbonate version). Beyond that, it does feature an overall similar design with 360° wheels and a telescopic handle.

Away also offers Flex styles of its polycarbonate suitcases. These suitcases expand for an additional 2.25" of space to fit all the extra goodies you bought on vacation. However, when the suitcase is fully expanded, it no longer works as carry-on luggage and must be checked. Note that this style has a higher price tag than the brand's traditional polycarbonate carry-ons.

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In addition to the brand's suitcases, GH analysts have tested a variety of travel products from Away. We were especially impressed by Away's Everywhere Bag (available in standard , medium and large sizes), which held an impressive amount in our Lab tests and was a favorite among testers for its sleek look and roomy, well-organized interior. The brand recently launched a trendy quilted version too!

The Large Everywhere Bag

Away The Large Everywhere Bag

The Insider Packing Cubes (Set of 6)

Away The Insider Packing Cubes (Set of 6)

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Away F.A.R Convertible Backpack 45L

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Emma Seymour (she/her) is a senior product analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute 's Textiles, Paper and Apparel Lab, where she has led testing for luggage, pillows, towels, tampons and more since 2018. She graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor of science in fiber science and apparel design and a minor in gerontology, completing research in the Body Scanner Lab on optimizing activewear for athletic performance. 

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The Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket Is the Smart Luggage I'd Buy

The Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket is a well-designed smart suitcase with plenty of room and a removable battery for charging your gadgets.

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Away is one of the biggest brands in the newly burgeoning Smart Luggage category. Yes, even the suitcase you take on vacation is getting tech-y features. The standard feature on all smart bags is a portable battery that snaps into the suitcase, so you're not scavenging for an outlet at the airport if you need to charge your phone. Away also sells an optional accessory that allows you to track your bag in case it gets lost.

The new Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket ($295) adds an incredibly sensible feature: a nylon pocket. Why is this simple adjustment so important? It enhances the convenience factor of Away's suitcases, which feature an easy-to-use portable power supply for charging your phone, so you can keep your laptop and important documents within close reach.

On the downside, this pocket costs $50 extra, and that version of the Away isn't available in as many colors. Still, I found the Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket to be an excellent, albeit pricey, way to travel.

What about that TSA ban on smart luggage?

So, you might have heard about American Airlines , Delta and Alaska Airlines instating bans on smart luggage at the end of last year. But fear not, traveler, not all smart suitcases are banned, only the ones with non-removable batteries. That means the current set of Away's luggage is free to fly the friendly skies, as its battery is easily ejected.

Away's luggage has long stood out for its elegant minimalist designs and for an ever-changing series of hues that were either eye-catching or elegant. Although I liked the dark, restrained blue (the pocket-bearing Away's colors  come in only black or blue) of the bag I tested, I'm a much bigger fan of the purple tone they've used in luggage released in partnership with Kode With Klossy, the coding summer camp from model/entrepreneur Karlie Kloss.

I tested the Bigger Carry-On format of the Away luggage, which measures 22.7 x 14.7 x 9.6 inches, weighs 7.3 pounds and has a capacity of 46 liters. That means it's larger, lighter and roomier than Muji's Adjustable Handle Hard Carry Suitcase (21.3 x 14.6 x 9.3 inches, 7.7 pounds, 35 liters). The smaller, heavier and less-spacious Raden A22 Carry -on (22 x 14 x 9 inches, 8.4 pounds and 35 liters) is the other smart suitcase with an ejectable battery that's ready for flight.

The Away's shell is made of a durable-feeling polycarbonate material that the company calls "unbreakable." A leather hinge on its spine reinforces the connection between its halves. Its 360-degree wheels did an exceptionally good job of rotating to the correct position, which I admit is kind of a challenge when you carry your luggage as hurriedly as I do. The rubber handles at the top and right of the Bigger Carry-On feel reliable. Raden loves to promote the durability of its luggage, with video of someone standing on it, and leaning in, seemingly trying to break it.

The Away's pocket is a nylon sleeve that measures 16.5 x 11.25 x 1 inches. That's big enough to fit my 2012 15-inch MacBook Pro, which is thicker than current models, but I instead opted to store my shampoo, body soap and face wash container bag in that sleeve, as that's equally important to have at the ready. The Muji and Raden bags have no such pockets.

After you unzip the Bigger Carry-On, you'll notice a mesh window can zip up the front half, and that there's a flat divider between both sides that offers a zipper-closed pouch. So, if you buy the Carry-On or Bigger Carry-On without the exterior pocket, you still get a place to store sensitive materials, but it's less accessible. Two buckles can secure that flat pocket against whatever is under it.

The insider lining of the suitcases are nylon, with zippers that run from the top to the bottom. This is because Away suitcases come with a lifetime warranty, and the nylon and zippers cover up the panels where Away's repair technicians  access handles and feet, if a repair is ever needed.

What's in the box

When I opened the large cardboard box with the Away Bigger Carry-on, I was pleasantly surprised to see the luggage came inside a canvas bag. While it seems like a great way to keep the Away clean while it's stored away, I could also see college students using it for an oversized laundry bag.

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Inside the bottom half of the Bigger Carry-On, you'll see a small buttoned-up pouch containing a small bag, which I used for laundry during the trip. My extensive testing showed that this bag can fit two dress shirts, five T-shirts and five pairs of socks and briefs. Also, Away includes a USB-based power adapter and a micro-USB-to-USB cord, for charging its battery.

Portable Charger

The major perk of the Away luggage is the 37-watt, 10,000 mAh portable charger that sits conveniently in a slot below the handle, with a cover to protect its ports from spills A 10,000 mAh battery has enough juice to refuel most flagship smartphones completely, and some of them twice. The charger is easily ejectable; you just push down until it clicks, and it then jumps up. The Raden A22's power supply has a smaller capacity of 7,800 mAh.

It draws power from a micro USB port and features dual USB 3.0 ports for charging, with one being a 2.4-amp fast-charging port and the other a 1-amp standard-speed port. Personally, this was a lifesaver at the airport, as it meant I didn't have to run around the terminal, looking for an outlet so I could fill my phone up before a flight.

After I drained my iPhone 8 Plus of its charge, the Away charger's 2.4-amp port refueled 16 percent of the phone in 15 minutes, and 32 percent in 30 minutes. These numbers are similar to the fastest-charging portable charger we've tested, which filled 17 percent in 15 minutes and 33 percent in 30 minutes.

The portable charger was a lifesaver at the airport, as it meant I didn't have to run around the terminal, looking for an outlet so I could fill my phone up before a flight.

Also, dual ports means you can charge both your phone and your Bluetooth headphones, or one of your devices and one that belongs to a friend, if you're  kind and not traveling solo.

Bigger is better?

My biggest concern with the Away Bigger Carry-On was that Away was sure that the bag would be allowed on flights. I was not as confident, because the bag's measurements exceed the advertised baggage limit of 22 x 14 x 9 inches  that airlines declare online and at the gates, where they present the small compartment to check your bag's size.

Away says the bag would fit and be allowed on most planes, because the bin you check your bags in is larger than the advertised measurements. After a series of emails with a Delta employee named Michael, who couldn't clear up this question, I bit the bullet and decided to test the Bigger Carry-On to find out what would happen if I tried to get it on a plane. My concern was for naught, as the flight attendants on my Delta plane from New York to New Orleans didn't bat an eye at my luggage.

The Bigger Carry-On's capacity is 6.2 liters more than that of the Carry-On, and as someone whose suitcase was packed to the brim upon his return — I had to bring back beignet mix from the world-famous Café Du Monde — I was happy to have that space.

TSA-Friendly Lock

If you're worried about prying hands opening your checked luggage, you've probably breathed a sigh of relief at the sight of the TSA-approved combination lock.

I had no trouble setting a three-digit combination code on the lock, and locking the suitcase is as easy as snapping its zippers into the dual grooves at the top of the suitcase, near the keyhole that TSA agents can easily unlock. The Raden and Muji bags have similar locks.

Bluetooth location tracking

Away has partnered with the Bluetooth tracker-maker Tile for a $30 Tile Luggage Tag, which works by logging its location when its within 100 feet of the paired smartphone, and when any other Tiles come within that  range. From Tile's app, you can set your tracker to ring when it comes within the range, or instruct your phone to send a push notification when the Tile tracker is found.

At the baggage claim, I got a notification on my phone shortly before it appeared on the carousel, and could hear the tag's ringing chime as it came out of the entrance.

After I checked my bag for my return flight, I set it to alert me when the bag's location was next detected. I got my first notifications when the flight was getting closer to taking off, as the suitcase was loaded into the belly of the plane. At the baggage claim, I got a notification on my phone shortly before it appeared on the carousel, and could hear the tag's ringing chime as it came out of the entrance.

The Muji suitcase has no battery or location tracking, while the Raden includes built-in location tracking, and uses a similar group-based GPS tracking. The Raden can also weigh itself, which is helpful for those who overpack but also want to reduce fees at check-in.

Bottom Line

While you could place a Tile tracker and a portable charger inside  any suitcase, the Away Bigger Carry-On with Pocket streamlines the process completely. The amount of care that's gone into this design shows, and the simple move of adding an easy-access pocket has made the bag all the more convenient.

The Muji bag is a more-affordable $160, but it carries less luggage and doesn't include the portable battery or a place to easily access it. The $295 Raden packs more built-in smart features, but isn't as spacious. The Away, though, especially with the Tile tag, does a lot to take the pain out of going to the airport.

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In the crowded Las Vegas airport on my way home from CES 2018 , I wedged myself into an empty spot of wall next to an outlet. The outlet didn’t work. For a half-hour, I watched people wander up hopefully, charging block in hand, try it, and shuffle away, defeated. “It doesn’t work,” I said. “Sorry, it doesn’t work,” I’d say again. Over and over and over.

One man snapped: “This is the worst airport! It’s worse than JFK!” I'd argue that one dead outlet does not a terrible airport make (I'd say it was the innumerable clanging, flashing slot machines, instead), but I understood his frustration. When even your boarding pass is on your phone, a dead battery can ruin your day. Not even the most tech-savvy are immune.

In that regard, battery-toting smart suitcases can serve a very useful purpose. But this week, American, Delta, and Alaska Airlines began banning them from being checked, citing fire concerns from the lithium-ion battery. United and Southwest may soon follow suit . These five airlines handle more than 80% of the air traffic in the United States.

If you don’t have a smart suitcase with a removable battery, and the overhead compartments are full, that's quite a problem. A spokesperson for American Airlines has said that they’re not going to remove other bags to let yours in the cabin, nor will they knowingly allow lithium-ion batteries to go into the cargo hold. Overall, this is good news—if a fire starts in the cargo hold, a the cabin crew's options for fighting it are limited.

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If you still think that owning a smart suitcase is worth it, the Away is a great option. I tested it on a week-long trip in the desert, surrounded by gadgets, thousands of gadget nerds, and coffee. First, it’s stylish, especially in the subdued blue of my tester. That’s not surprising, considering that the company was founded by Warby Parker alums.

The hard polycarbonate shell wiped clean and didn’t show any scuffs on the matte surface after a week of being chucked into trunks, kicked around a hotel room floor, and being checked and tossed onto a baggage carousel (battery removed, of course). The telescoping handle has three different height levels with two locking heights, which accommodated both this 5’2” tester and a 6’4” one. The four 360-degree Hinomoto spinner wheels rolled beautifully.

At seven pounds, it may not be as light as some other pieces of luggage. For example, Rimowa’s hardshell is approximately 4.2 pounds. But seven pounds is still pretty light, especially considering the Away’s enticing price point. The top and side handles lie flush to the bag’s surface and are a little tight. Still, I appreciated their presence when hoisting the bag into the overhead of Southwest’s Boeing 737-700. The TSA-approved lock is easy to reprogram.

About that battery: It has two USB outputs and one micro USB input. It reached full power remarkably fast—a little over two hours to fully charge a 10,000-mAh battery. Away claims that the battery can restore full battery life to an iPhone five times over before it has to be recharged. I didn’t end up allowing my phone to venture that close to the brink of death, but it took about a half-hour to restore 20- to 30-percent battery life on my phone when I needed it.

The bag’s simple interior is divided into left and right webbed zip compartments. Shoes fit into a webbed panel that you can cinch down over the right side of the bag, while items that you can’t compress fit on the left. It also includes a convenient nylon dirty laundry bag. The 38-liter capacity had more than ample storage for a week’s worth of toiletries and clothes.

The bag isn’t expandable, so if your clothes have a tendency to expand mid-trip, you might be better served with one of Away’s bigger carry-ons. Several people also expressed concern that the wobbly-seeming handle might break, and the small zipper seemed like another possible point of failure. To counter these worries, Away offers a 100-day trial and a lifetime guarantee on all parts. Instead of a proprietary app to display battery life or the suitcase location via Bluetooth, I just stuck a Tile in the zippered shoe compartment.

When all is said and done, it can't be denied—no one really needs a smart suitcase. You can carry several battery banks in your laptop bag and put a Tile in your plain, dumb carry-on.

But, if you are in the market for a stylish, simple, durable, and reasonably-priced new carry-on—smart or not—it’s hard to find a better option than the Away. If you’d pay over $200 for any piece of travel luggage, why not buy one that has the capacity to save your tuchus when you need it the most? Even tech connoisseurs— especially tech connoisseurs—can find themselves desperately cruising the halls of the Worst Airport in the World, hoping to charge their phone just enough to access Apple Wallet, get their boarding pass, and make their flight. Sorry, McCarran. You really need to fix that outlet.

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The Away Carry-On (and the slightly larger Bigger Carry-On) is a cleverly designed, well-made suitcase that feels like a steal at a starter investment price.

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You probably already know that the Away Carry-On, the focus of this review, is the darling of the Millennial travel set. No matter which direction you surf on the Internet these days, you’re bound to run into an ad, blog entry, Instagram story, or shiny-haired influencer singing the praises of the brand’s chartbusting superstars: The Carry-On and The Bigger Carry-On, which we recently reviewed.

Launched by two alums of online eyeglasses retailer Warby Parker, the Away approach to design seems to follow a similar slant: Create a new uniform that can be culturally ubiquitous, yet feel unique and special to each customer. Loyalists swear by the brand’s lightweight feel, minimalist look, convenient compartments, and ejectable battery. We wanted to see what the  hardshell suitcase was all about, so we took it on a five-day trip. Could the product possibly live up to all the hype?

Shipping: The thrill of unboxing 

The suitcase arrived, as any item with a cult following should: in a heavily branded shipping box, flood-printed in Away’s signature navy and replete with cheeky or inspirational quotes. Like other buzzed-about brands Casper, Warby Parker, and Glossier, the Away purchase is a heavily curated experience, designed by people who know the power (and fun!) of an unboxing video. In lieu of a plastic polybag—which doesn’t recycle and doesn’t unbox well—this carry-on came nestled in a nice cotton muslin dust bag and gave us the feeling of unwrapping a gift. 

While we doubt we’d store the suitcase in the bag when not in use (though Away suggests it and plenty of people do), it’s nice enough to repurpose as a laundry bag. The shipping box itself is nice and sturdy, too, and could easily be repurposed for storing seasonal decorations or clothing. 

Design: What you need, and no more 

The design of this carry-on is, of course, very of the moment. Understated and a bit chunky, the grooved shell and zipper closure is, to us, the suitcase equivalent of high-rise, wide-leg pants. It’s well-groomed, yet adamantly casual.  

Though you can now get versions of the Carry-On and Bigger Carry-On with a nylon pocket affixed to the front , the original version we have skips the conspicuous exterior details and shiny bits you frequently see on luggage in favor of ultra-modern, matte textures and materials. The polycarbonate shell is subtly grainy, the telescoping handle has a soft-to-the-touch rubber finish, and the trim boasts a black matte finish. That includes the metal of the telescopic handle, the carry handles, and even the zipper piping and TSA-friendly lock.

If you want something a little different, Away offers metallics and alternative finishes in limited edition runs, and the company debuts fresh new colorways and collabs frequently. Buyer beware, though: Once you have one, you’re probably going to want to collect them all. Very clever, Away. 

Our favorite feature of the Away Carry-On’s interior is the removable panel that compresses the clothes.

And, as often happens with things that are trending hard, when you join the club, you’ll suddenly see the other members everywhere. Get this: The other members may even talk to you. Taking ours around the neighborhood, a stranger stopped us to discuss Away’s limited edition colorways and the merits of carrying The Carry-On size versus The Bigger Carry-On (more on that later).

Inside, this bag isn’t especially groundbreaking, but it has the basics covered, plus a few nice bonuses. One side of the shell has a zippered mesh compartment for awkward-shaped items like shoes and toiletries. The other has straps that hug our favorite feature of Away Carry-On’s interior: a removable panel that compresses the clothes. We found that it evened out the surface of our soft items, so the two shell halves come together smoothly. 

Capacity: The Bigger Carry-On is, well, bigger

The regular Away Carry-On has a capacity of 39.8 liters, while The Bigger Carry-On holds 47.9 liters. If you’re as enthusiastic about efficient packing as we are, you probably already know that that’s actually a lot of hauling space. With the help of some packing cubes and shrewd outfit planning, you should be able to stretch 47.9 liters out to a two-week trip in a warm climate. 

For a five-day trip, we packed two pairs of shoes, two pairs of pants, two dresses, four shirts, a sweater, underwear, and a small dopp kit, and it all fit easily into The Bigger Carry-On. Other editors on our team who own the standard Carry-On size have no problem fitting a similar amount of clothes into their bag—though they usually have to stow the dopp kit inside their personal item instead. The more compact size means it’s more likely to fit in the overhead bin. Either way, flexible shell is even a little forgiving in case you accidentally over-pack or shop too much during your travels.

For a five-day trip, we packed two pairs of shoes, two pairs of pants, two dresses, four shirts, a sweater, underwear, and a small dopp kit, and it all fit easily.

Durability: Too flexible? 

The Carry-On’s sides are made of polycarbonate, a plastic known for being lightweight, dimensionally stable, and very durable. We sat on it, kneeled on it, and kicked it around enough to think it’s not going to crack or dent under normal (or abnormal) abuse. The sides are actually very flexible—more flexible than we’d expect, or maybe want, from hard-sided luggage. A flexible frame may be shock-absorbent and forgiving of over-packing (says Away), but we probably wouldn’t entrust this luggage with any delicate electronics or camera equipment. 

One thing we wondered immediately about the suitcase when we unboxed it: “Why is this so wobbly?” The combination of the thin, surprisingly flexible shell and a half-inch of exposed zipper allows the halves to operate somewhat independently of each other. When we picked the suitcase up by one of the carry handles, the other half of the shell dropped a little, clinging to the zipper. The shell itself may be nigh indestructible, as Away claims, but a bag is only as strong as its weakest component. If the hanging side of the shell was packed very heavy, we worry it would put a lot of stress on that thin sew line connecting the zipper to the shells. 

Another thing we noticed is that the telescoping handle rattles around in its shaft when extended. It feels like a quality issue, but Away says this wiggle room is a feature, not a flaw. It evidently generates a little shock absorption over bumpy ground. Okay! But we still think we’d prefer a less shaky hold on our possessions. 

Fortunately, hypothetical concerns like the above can be road-tested by Away’s great 100-day try-out period. If you decide this carry-on is not for you, the company will take it back and refund you in full. If you decide to keep it after the 100 days, the brand backs its quality up with a lifetime warranty, pledging to either repair or replace any defective item.   

Portability: Easy going, but bigger

At 7.6 pounds for the standard and 7.8 pounds for the larger one, both Away suitcases are a decent weight for a carry-on. Take note that some airlines have carry-on weight restrictions that won’t leave you much room after that, though. Lufthansa limits carry-on weight to 17 pounds, and the Emirates limit is 15, so if those are primary airlines you use, plan accordingly; you may end up wearing five outfits onto the plane instead of packing them.

While the regular Away Carry-On will pass nearly all regulations, the size of The Bigger Carry-On is also going to be an issue for some airlines. At 22.7 x 14.7 x 9.6 inches (compared to the standard’s 21.7 x 13.7 x 9 inches), the dimensions of The Bigger Carry-On exceed many airlines’ restrictions by just a hair. You’ll probably be fine, but just know that with airlines like JetBlue and Delta, there’s a chance you’ll have to gate-check. 

With a telescopic handle that reaches to nearly three and a half feet, even taller travelers should be okay with this roller bag. For reference, if you’re 5 foot, 8 inches, that’s about to your waist. There are carry handles at the top and side for easy maneuvering on stairs and into overhead bins, and while some prefer another handle at the bottom, we’re glad Away skipped it to keep the weight down. 

Away’s products have 360-degree double spinner wheels from Japanese brand Hinomoto. The luggage industry makes a big deal about the superiority of these, and while we honestly haven’t noticed a big difference between the Hinomotos and non-Hinomotos we’ve tested, the Away is definitely a smooth, quiet ride on most surfaces. 

Helpful Features: Removable battery and laundry bag

One of Away’s loudest marketing points since its launch in 2015 has been its smart bag status, with a lithium-ion battery charger incorporated into the design. The charging magic happens under the telescopic handle, where a flip-top compartment opens to reveal an ejectable 10,000mAh battery charger with two USB ports—one standard and one quick-charging. 

Airlines cracked down on smart luggage in 2018, and most now insist that you remove the battery when checked or carried onboard. Though early Away models required opening the bag and removing the battery with a screwdriver, the company responded to new rules by revising the design so that the battery was easier to remove (and offering to update existing bags for customers free of charge ). Now, the battery pops out from the top, so it is easier to comply with all current regulations. 

For some reason, the flip-top cover on our battery port was impossible to open with bare hands.

Maybe this isn’t true of every bag that leaves the Away production line, but for some reason, the flip-top cover on our battery port was impossible to open with bare hands. We had to pry it open initially with a butter knife, and improvise with other tools once we left the house. It never loosened up. Since security probably won’t let you through with sharp tools, we hope this is just a quirk with ours. 

Another bonus is a built-in laundry bag, tucked in its own pouch. While Away claims it can be used for wet things like bathing suits, we wouldn’t recommend pushing its limits. It’s made of water-resistant nylon, so it’s not exactly watertight. Damp should be okay, but once it’s under compression, any more water than that makes it to the bag’s surface.  

Battery Life: Plenty for a long journey

Under a full charge, the 10,000mAh battery bank is powerful enough to charge an iPhone up to five times. Away says you can charge two devices at the same time, but accounts have varied on that point. 

We simultaneously charged two iPhones to full power, and everything seemed fine. As a little bonus convenience, Away includes international prong adapters with the charging kit, allowing you to stay powered up in Europe, most of Asia, Australia, and North America.

Ease of Cleaning: Eraser magic

Away includes an eraser sponge with instructions for how to easily buff out scuffs and dirt. We didn’t need to use it during our review period, but we’ve heard from fellow owners that it works great—that the scuffs buff right out.

Price: Solid starter investment

At $225 and $245, respectively, the Away Carry-On and The Bigger Carry-On both boast decent price tags for starter luggage; comparable models we’ve seen can cost hundreds more and don’t carry the lifetime warranty. It’s not cheap, but you get a lot for your money, both in design and substance. 

Competition: More is more $$

If you’re looking for something very similar to Away but a little more polished , Arlo Skye’s Bigger Polycarbonate Carry-On is a smart bag that shares the status of Away, but with a more luxurious, industrial edge. 

If you’re looking for something very similar to Away but a little more fun, The Jaunt XL from Roam has a similar blocky shape and durable polycarbonate frame, but it lets you build your own customized colorway from the wheels up. With over a million potential colorway combinations, you’ll only have to blend in if you design it that way. The caveat to both the Roam and the Arlo Skye is their price tag: Both retail for $475, compared to Away’s cost of around $225. 

If you’ve decided to go for it, one of the biggest questions, of course, is which model: the Away Carry-On or The Bigger Carry-On? As we already mentioned, The Bigger Carry-On will give you about 8 liters more capacity. If you tend to overpack (or just have bulkier items, or larger feet and therefore larger shoes), it may be wise to go with the larger version. However, keep in mind that the extra room also means larger dimensions; the standard Away Carry-On is more likely to pass airline carry-on regulations.

Both carry-ons are super lightweight and offer a sleek design, smooth ride, and charging abilities. In our minds, you can’t go wrong either way.

The Away Carry-On won us over. The design is charming, the features are solid, and the price point is terrific for what you get.  

  • Product Name Carry-On
  • Product Brand Away
  • Price $225.00
  • Weight 7.6 lbs.
  • Product Dimensions 21.7 x 13.7 x 9 in.
  • Color Black, navy, sky, green, asphalt, coast, white, sand, blush, brick
  • Capacity 39.8 L
  • Warranty 100-day trial and lifetime warranty
  • What’s Included Suitcase, battery, laundry bag, eraser sponge, adapters
  • Battery Life 10,000mAh can charge an iPhone up to five times
  • Input/Outputs one standard and one quick-charging

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Review: Away’s USB-powered Carry-On luggage helped me survive CES

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Traveling can disrupt even the best laid plans, and with today’s connected lifestyles, the stress of an unexpected situation is only exacerbated if you’re worrying about keeping your devices powered up. Combine that with the chaos and and spectacle that is the annual Consumer Electronics Show , and you’ve got the perfect storm for a travel headache.

Earlier this month, I spent 5 days in Las Vegas for CES 2018 . With me came The Carry-On , modern and thoughtfully designed luggage with USB power sent over to try out by Away . Over the course of the show I put The Carry-On to the test, traversing miles of hotel, casino, and airport carpeting to bring you my thoughts. Let’s take a look at how well it held up and how it kept my devices charged…

Before we dive into the details, it’s important to establish a little context about Away. The company was formed by two former executives from Warby Parker – the eyewear manufacturer.

Away prides themselves on thoughtful design, a quality that fans of Apple products will surely appreciate. The company claims that their luggage typically costs less than other premium brands, even though they use materials of the same quality. What caught my attention is how Away luggage is truly made for modern lifestyles.

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Clever interior compartments, a built-in USB charger, and carefully selected materials all recognize the most common pain points of travel and try to mitigate them. You can tell that the products were designed by people who actually travel, not in a sterile lab.

Away sells several sizes of luggage, but I chose to try out their smallest size for adults, The Carry-On. I’m a fairly light traveler, trying to avoid checking bags if possible. My previous rolling luggage was old and tired, so I was immediately taken by the build quality of The Carry-On when I pulled it out of the box. Away sent me the black model, but I would recommend a lighter (but not too light) shade if you’re purchasing for yourself. Dirt and winter salt residue quickly built up on the exterior of the luggage as soon as I got outside of my house.

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The exterior of The Carry-On, like all of Away’s products, is made of what they describe as unbreakable polycarbonate. I took the company’s word, and tossed my luggage into airport bins, thumped it down steps, and pressed the case’s capacity to the limit without fear of cracking. It held up. Around the exterior you’ll also find three handles – one on the side, one on top, and a telescoping handle for rolling the luggage. The exterior also holds two of my favorite features – a combination lock and USB charger. More on these later.

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I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to fit 5 days of clothing plus the 10,000 free USB flash drives from CES into carry-on sized luggage, but I was thankfully proved wrong. Packing to leave was made easy thanks to the interior design of the case. The top shell contains a sequestered zippered section that I used to store dirty clothes, and a top mesh zipper panel to hold everything in place and compress it to fit. Away also includes a dirty clothes drawstring bag, but I found that I didn’t need to use it.

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The bottom shell of the luggage accommodates space to enclose the tires and telescoping handle, so some internal room is sacrificed. This wasn’t a problem, but makes for an oddly shaped and bumpy interior. Two buckling straps allow you to compress your clothes underneath a hard mesh organizer that folds over the top. Without this feature, there’s no way I would’ve gotten the case closed given how tightly I packed it.

Arriving at General Mitchell Airport in Milwaukee, my favorite feature of The Carry-On came in handy right away – the tires. Unlike my old luggage, Away’s four tires freely pivot in any direction, meaning that you can roll the case forward, backward, left, right, behind or alongside you without shuffling it around. This was especially welcome during the frantic run-walk from my vehicle to the airport terminal necessitated by the subzero temperatures that Milwaukee was experiencing when I arrived.

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Not quite everything stays in Vegas.

Inside, The Carry-On fit comfortably in Southwest’s luggage sizer. I breathed a tiny sigh of relief. Navigating through the TSA line, I was a little worried about the case’s built-in USB charger. Batteries in luggage have been in the news recently, thanks to tightened security regulations . I wondered if I’d get through the line without issue, or if I’d need to remove the battery in order to bring the luggage on board. Away promises that the battery is TSA-approved, and indeed I faced no issue.

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Boarding my flight, The Carry-On stowed easily in the overhead bin, but was noticeably heavier than my old luggage when I hoisted it up above my head. This wasn’t a problem for such a small case, but might be an issue with larger luggage.

Staying in Vegas

I arrived in Las Vegas on a Saturday for press events, a few days before the official start of CES the following Tuesday. While most of the show’s attendees hadn’t yet arrived, Vegas is busy even on a normal day. Needing to store my luggage at hotel bell desks all over the strip made me appreciate The Carry-On’s built-in, TSA-approved combination lock. I could leave for the day’s events with peace of mind that nobody was rummaging through my extensive collection of Oxford shirts.

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As soon as I was settled in, I popped out the built-in 10,000 mAh battery and stowed it in my laptop bag. This battery literally powered my CES coverage from the show floor all week, where a phone charge will cost you $1.99, and even low power mode isn’t enough to get an iPhone through the day. I was running low by early afternoon every day, and without a backup battery I wouldn’t have been able to bring you 9to5Mac’s video coverage of CES. Since the battery is so capacious, I only needed to top it off at my room twice all week.

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CES operated under heightened security this year, and rolling suitcases are no longer allowed on the show floor. Due to these restrictions, I kept my luggage in my hotel room as much as possible during the actual show. The aforementioned storage compartments meant that I could live right out of the case without having to unpack and shuffle through my items.

As my time at CES came to a close, I tossed my Carry-On into the back of a Lyft and braced myself for the gridlocked crawl back to the airport. I had successfully navigated CES. While I picked up a cold on the show floor, my luggage returned home unscathed (aside from a little Las Vegas dirt).

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Could I have made it through my travels with my old luggage? Sure, but Away’s goal is more ambitious than that. Your attention is pulled a thousand different ways when traveling, and your luggage is the last thing you want to spend mental energy worrying about. The Carry-On helped me have a less stressful, more productive week. If you travel frequently, it’s a purchase that’ll be well worth your investment. The Carry-On (and larger sizes) are available on Away’s website starting at $225.

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Review of the updated Away The Bigger Carry-On: Same great bag, revamped features

Summer Hull

Editor's Note

  • The Away The Carry-On and the Away The Bigger Carry-On bags offer high-end luggage looks and features.
  • Standout features include a handy mesh laundry compartment, fun colors, optional ejectable battery and 360-degree spinner wheels.
  • However, the bag does scuff, and there are some elements to be aware of before spending close to $300.

Since it debuted in 2015, Away has become a popular luggage company with bags that are often easy to spot in every corner of an airport, from airline lounges to baggage carousels. It's almost like the iPhone of carry-on bags — simple, stylish and priced in a way that walks that line of exclusivity while simultaneously feeling affordable enough for many frequent travelers. It likely doesn't hurt Away's popularity — and visibility — that a few times a year, it unveils seasonally refreshed colors for its bags, too.

Right now, you can purchase away bags for what is likely the best deal of the year with 20% off for Black Friday . This Black Friday sale drops the price to $236 for the Away The Bigger Carry-On and $220 for the Away The Carry-On . And if someone with an Away bag refers you, that can drop the price an additional 20% as those discounts stack.

Personally, my family now has five Away bags: two child-size bags (that are no longer available) and one adult carry-on size from a limited-edition collection inspired by the northern lights as well as two of the more traditional colors and styles. The northern lights Away bag, which was beautiful when it first arrived at my door, didn't hold up very well.

But the Away The Bigger Carry-On in the coast color that Away provided for product testing a year ago and, more recently, the revamped design in olive, have both held up wonderfully overall.

Now that I've flown more than a dozen flights with the revamped Away The Carry-On in olive and spent a year and about 100,000 miles with the previous version in coast, I'm here to share my review of the Away The Bigger Carry-On bags. I'll also talk about some differences between the most recently released version and previous iterations.

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What you should look for in a carry-on bag

The best carry-on bags have a few things in common. Notably, they have a sturdy handle and are easy to roll — not only on smooth airport surfaces but also on some slightly imperfect surfaces. Sometimes, taking that train to the city center and walking the rest of the way to the hotel while pulling your bag is the best course of action, and your bag needs to be able to handle that journey.

Ideally, carry-on luggage has some compartments to help keep your belongings separated and make the act of physically closing and opening the bag a bit easier. No one wants all the items that were so carefully packed exploding everywhere, thanks to gravity during the zipping and unzipping process.

Strong zips. (Photo by Isabelle Raphael/The Points Guy)

The best carry-on bags don't waste a ton of weight on the bag itself and fit in airline overhead bins, pushing right up to that maximum limit allowed so you have as much packing space as possible. They're also built to withstand the harsh realities of frequently flying without becoming the ugly duckling at the baggage carousel shortly after buying them.

Related: Keep calm and carry on: TPG shares its favorite travel carry-on bags

Why we like Away's The Bigger Carry-On

Spoiler alert: After a year of using Away The Carry-On (often instead of my beloved Rimowa), I'm a fan.

While I still love my Rimowa carry-on bags that I've used for almost a decade, there is no question that the Away bag is more functional in a few ways — which is why it is now the primary bag in my rotation.

The mesh, zippered laundry compartment on one side of the bag is one of my favorite components, as it is so useful for keeping things organized and in place. The other side of the bag can then be used for packing cubes and the like, making it easy to pack, unpack and keep everything together.

In fact, the updated carry-on model released in the summer of 2023 has even more pockets and sturdier zips. It also has redesigned handles that are easier to grip and refreshed 360-degree spinner wheels.

Purchase link: Away The Bigger Carry-On

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The zippers themselves are strong and easy to move, even when you may have slightly overpacked and are leaning all your weight on the top of the suitcase to get it to close while you zip it up. I absolutely do this all the time and am continually impressed at how much I can cram in there.

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The 360-degree spinner wheels have made moving through the airport, along sidewalks and more basically a dream.

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As someone who avoids checking a bag as much as possible, I'm particularly fond of the slightly larger size of Away's standard carry-on bag.

The Bigger Carry-On allows you to add an extra set or two of clothes or one more pair of shoes without drifting into that "must check a bag" situation. We'll get more into the exact dimensions in a bit, but this little extra room makes a noticeable difference when packing.

Related: Carry-on luggage showdown: Away vs. Rimowa

Things to know about The Bigger Carry-On from Away

While this bag can be thrown in and out of a cab and dragged off a carousel without a worry in terms of functionality, be prepared for some scratches on the shell. (If you really want to see the durability in action, jump to the three-minute mark of the "Kids Away Luggage review video" at the end of this article to see how we tried to destroy that bag.)

Even with normal wear and tear, scuffs can absolutely be seen on the matte material. I found some on my test bag after just the first few flights.

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Additionally, I've discovered that this coast color is quite popular, as I've been in a few situations now where multiple people have had the exact same bag.

Without something clearly identifying the bag as yours, you're risking bag mix-ups. Consider getting some kind of special identifier (such as a colorful luggage tag) and toss an Apple AirTag in for good measure, just in case. Or, choose a non-traditional or limited-edition color that fewer people will have.

One thing that's no longer an option on the Away carry-on bags is the removable battery, which I think is a good thing as I get stopped frequently when boarding flights to ensure mine is removed on the bags we have that still have that slot. The bag we got over the summer of 2023 does not have that battery slot, which I consider an improvement.

USB plugs on the ejectable battery that can charge any phone up to 5x. (Photo by Isabelle Raphael/The Points Guy)

Related: 15 packing hacks for traveling with just a carry-on

How Away's carry-on measures up

Regularly priced starting at $295, the Away The Bigger Carry-On from Away is currently available in 12 colors (though a few are temporarily sold out or are limited-edition options) and is sized to fit in the overhead bins on most airlines.

Some of the Away bag's features include:

  • Durable polycarbonate shell
  • Leather detailing, including a black leather luggage tag
  • TSA-approved combination lock for extra safety
  • 360-degree spinner wheels that ensure a smooth ride
  • Interior compression system
  • Hidden laundry bag to keep dirty clothes separate
  • Underside grab handle (new to the 2023 model)

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The Bigger Carry-On that I've been trying out has the following measurements:

  • Exterior: 22.7 inches by 15.4 inches by 9.6 inches
  • Interior: 20.9 inches by 15 inches by 7.9 inches
  • Weight: 7.4 pounds
  • Capacity: 47.9 liters

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For reference, Delta Air Lines , American Airlines and United Airlines all have posted maximum carry-on sizes of 22 inches by 14 inches by 9 inches, which is technically a hair smaller than this bag on all sides.

In practice, on most flights, a bag that is a fraction of an inch over will still fit in the sizer and in the overhead bin. Still, know that there is a possibility that you may need to gate-check your bag .

Southwest Airlines currently has a maximum carry-on size of 24 inches by 16 inches by 10 inches, which means this larger carry-on does officially comply with that carrier's baggage dimension limits.

Away The Carry-On vs. Away The Bigger Carry-On

The two main differences between the Away The Carry-On and the Away The Bigger Carry-On are price and size.

The standard Away carry-on bag is usually about $20 cheaper than the Bigger version, at $275 instead of $295 (prices vary by color and exact model). Additionally, the traditional Away The Carry-On measures 21.7 inches by 14.4 inches by 9 inches, meaning it is smaller than the maximum carry-on size requirements for all major U.S. airlines, unlike the Bigger version. In the U.S., that difference isn't likely to cause issues most of the time, though it may be problematic when flying carriers internationally.

As someone who stuffs their carry-on to the brim, the additional capacity in The Bigger Carry-On is worth it.

But if you don't find yourself needing every square inch in your carry-on, then getting The Carry-On will save you a few dollars and be sure to keep you within the posted airline carry-on size limits.

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Related: Carry-on vs. checked bags: Which is the better choice?

Overall impression

Even with the scuff marks that just happen over time, my Away suitcases still look pretty good.

I love the more voluminous Bigger version. I'm also a sucker for the zippered side of the bag that makes organizing — especially in conjunction with packing cubes — a cinch. And in perhaps the best test of all, my kids will pretty much only pull the Away bags on the rare occasion that some of our other bags are in the mix at the airport because they roll so much easier than all of our other luggage brands.

The new version that came out in 2023 is even better, especially with that handy spot to grip when pulling in or out of the overhead bins.

We're pretty much a fully Away bag family at this point, as they are the right balance of quality, style, durability and price. I give it a big thumbs up if you are in the market for a new carry-on bag this year.

Read on for more tips on finding the right piece of travel gear for you:

  • Carry-on luggage showdown: Away vs. Roam
  • These are the 11 best travel fanny packs for easy, hands-free travel
  • 10 must-have travel accessories for less than $15
  • These are the checked bags carried by TPG's staff
  • Is expensive luggage worth it?

The Best Travel Plug Adapter

A group of some of our picks arranged on a wooden table.

If you want to use electronic devices in a different country, you’ll probably need a travel plug adapter. After spending more than 30 hours researching and testing 14 options, we found the Epicka Universal Travel Adapter to be the best one. It fits four types of outlets, and it has more USB ports than any of its competitors, so it can can charge more devices at higher speeds.

Everything we recommend

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Epicka Universal Travel Adapter

Best universal travel adapter.

With four plugs that will work in most countries, plus faster-charging USB ports (and more of them) than its competitors, this adapter is the best all-around choice.

Buying Options

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Ceptics International Worldwide Travel Plug Adapter 5 Piece Set

The best plug adapter.

Individually, these tiny plug adapters are smaller, lighter, and cheaper than any universal travel adapter. To juice up multiple devices, though, you’d need a separate multiport charger too.

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Ceptics Plug Adapter Set

Heavier, but sturdier.

The plugs in this set of five are bigger and heavier than our top pick for plug adapters, but more solidly built.

In a sea of almost-identical travel adapters, the Epicka Universal Travel Adapter stands out, combining the best of the features we were looking for. It contains the three most common international plugs and a US-style plug, which should cover you in the majority of countries around the world. It has the most USB ports—four of the standard USB-A and one USB-C—of any universal adapter we tested, and it could charge more of our devices faster. A replaceable fuse and an included spare should take the brunt of any accidental, unfortunate, or shockingly bad connections. The Epicka is fairly compact and well built, and it even comes with a nylon case.

However, no universal travel adapter is truly universal, and they’re all a lot bulkier and more expensive than simple plug adapters. If you want the smallest adapter possible, or if you’re going someplace where a universal adapter won’t work (more on that in a minute), then a plug adapter could be what you need.

The Ceptics tiny plug adapters are barely larger than the prongs they convert. Small, simple, and cheap, they’re perfect for someone who wants to carry only the adapter they’ll need and who already has a multiport USB wall charger they like. Like our universal adapter picks, this set contains the three most common international plugs and the US plug. However, it also includes a somewhat rarer plug used in some European countries that has two thick, cylindrical prongs. This means that the Ceptics will likely cover you in even more places—as long as you pack the appropriate plug adapter.

These plug adapters are bigger than our top pick for plug adapters, but this means they offer a larger surface for chargers to brace against, which makes them more stable and less likely to fall off the wall. (We’ll call these “ Ceptics White ” to minimize confusion and set them apart from our “Ceptics Black” top pick.) While you can purchase these as a five-pack, which contains basically the same assortment of plugs as the Ceptics Black set, the company also sells, in this same model line, three-packs for nearly a dozen specific regions. So if you’re headed to a country not covered by the so-called universal travel adapters (for example, Brazil , India , Israel , or South Africa ), or if you want to purchase multiple adapters for your gear, there’s probably an option available here.

A note up here, which we’ll discuss in detail below: All of these are adapters only . They do not convert voltage. The majority of your electronic devices only need adapters—the voltage converter is built into the charger itself. (If the device charges via USB, just about any USB port will suffice, though different ports may provide different charging speeds.) Check out Do you need a voltage converter? if you’re curious about these aspects.

The research

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In addition to my work here at Wirecutter, I also write about tech and travel for CNET, Forbes, and Wirecutter’s parent company, The New York Times . Perhaps more relevant to this guide, I usually spend a good chunk of each year (global pandemics aside) as a digital nomad, living months at a time in different countries all over the world. My current country count is 50, spread across six continents, and since I travel with a lot of electronics gear for work, being able to plug in is obviously crucial.

I’ve owned and used many different types of universal-style travel adapters, and several different companies’ worth of plug adapters, plus I’ve talked with countless travelers about what they like … or, more important, what they hate. We also got some advice from Wirecutter's Mark Smirniotis, who used to oversee our power devices section.

Do you travel? Are you going to travel sometime in the (near or far) future? Do you want to be able to charge or use electronic devices in a different country? If so, you’re probably going to need a travel plug adapter. There’s a variety of different outlet types around the world, not to mention different voltages and frequencies, so you can’t expect your phone charger to just plug in and work wherever you’re headed. Sure, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and many other countries use the same small pair of prongs as the US, but places like continental Europe, the UK, Australia, India, Russia, and pretty much everywhere else do not.

A front look at a wall outlet with two standard plugs in addition to a USB-A and USB-C port.

You have two main choices when it comes to travel plug adapters: the universal-style travel adapters (that’s one device with multiple sets of prongs that you extend and retract) and smaller, individual plug adapters that usually come in sets. Both have pros and cons.

Should you get a universal travel adapter or a simple plug adapter?

Universal travel adapters are for the person who wants one handy adapter that will work in just about every country. You can keep it next to your passport and toss it in your luggage when you’re packing. The ones we considered have USB ports, so you don’t need to worry about bringing a separate charger for anything that charges via USB (think  phones  and noise-cancelling headphones ). However, these are bulky, they have parts that can break, and even the best will take longer to charge your phone or tablet than will a good USB wall charger .

The alternative is small and simple plug adapters. These attach to the prongs of your current USB charger (whether it’s a multiport one or the charger that came with your device) to allow them to fit into a foreign outlet. These can work because nearly every modern charger can adjust to the available voltage in pretty much every country, as long as you can adapt the prongs to fit in the outlet. (More on this in Do you need a voltage converter? ) These are great for people who already have a multiport USB charger they like and don’t want to deal with the additional bulk of a universal travel adapter. Also, these are necessary if you’re traveling to a country that has outlets incompatible with any of the four types included in a universal adapter (which, as that sentence reveals, aren’t actually universal).

The choice between universal travel adapters and individual plug adapters ultimately comes down to personal preference. Both types work, and different people will like or dislike each. If you’re not sure which will be best for you, read each section here closely.

Here’s the big caveat: If you’re planning on bringing something with you that has a motor, a heating element, or a single power cord that leads directly from the plug to the device (i.e. there’s no power brick or wall wart ), it almost certainly won’t work with a travel plug adapter. Most people will only need one of the adapter choices we recommend, but very occasionally there’s a piece of gear that needs a voltage converter. For more on that topic, also check out the voltage converters section below.

Where in the world will your travel plug adapter work?

All universal travel adapters have four different sets of prongs, which cover most countries most Americans tend to travel to. First is the big, wide-blade UK-style plug (often designated "Type G”) . This will work in places like the UK, obviously, and also Ireland, Hong Kong, and some other parts of Asia and the Middle East.

A view of the slim outlets found in Italy.

Next is the round Europe-style plug, aka the Europlug (Type C) . However, this is where we run into complications. This plug should work in most of Europe—it was designed, in fact, to fit into a wide range of European outlet types. For instance, parts of Italy, Switzerland, and Denmark each use different plugs from one another. Should this double-round one work in those locations? Yes. Will it? Hard to say. I’ve stayed in places where my Europlug didn’t work, yet it did in the hostel before and the hotel after—all within the same small region of a country. With any luck, if this happens to you, the place you’re staying will have a power strip that will let you plug in, though there’s no guarantee of that.

Third is the angled small-blade style (Type I) found in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and other parts of Oceania, and a few other areas. Some universal adapters have one set of blades for this and the US style—you just manually rotate the blades into the correct position depending on where you are. In our testing, we had no trouble getting them to work.

The last, the small US-style blades (Type A or B) , mean you could use our picks to visit the US and other countries that have the same plugs—if, that is, you’re reading this from outside the US.

What are the places not covered by these four styles? Some parts of Brazil, South Africa, India, and more. I’ve stayed in parts of Italy, for example, that should have Europlugs but only had something called Type L . I’ve stayed in houses in Brazil that had Type N , but the Europlug fit enough to work. In others, it wouldn’t.

To find out which plugs you might need while traveling, refer to the excellent Wikipedia article called Mains electricity by country that shows pictures of (almost) all the possible plugs and outlets, along with a list of the world’s countries and (almost all of) the style or styles they use. This is invaluable information to check before you leave. If multiple plug types are listed for a specific country and you’re staying in an older building, you should probably assume its outlets will require whatever plug isn’t on a universal travel adapter, since these only have the most common, newer varieties of plugs.

Which brings us to perhaps the most important fact: Getting your gear to work in different countries isn’t quite as simple as it should be, and there’s no single solution that’s guaranteed to work for everyone. Our picks should work for you, but you may have some random piece of equipment, or be traveling to some country, for which our “good for most” picks just won’t work. (Case in point: One Wirecutter editor visited Iceland recently. The house she stayed in had outlets unlike anything on Wikipedia’s chart, and the plug adapters she’d used elsewhere in Reykjavik didn’t fit at all. It turns out the mystery sockets belonged to an obscure Italian system from the 1960s that was popular in Iceland for a time. Luckily, the hosts had power strips in the house that her adapters fit into.) We’ll try to mention such potential caveats when we can, but the world is a big place, and when it comes to electricity and wall outlets, there’s a lot of variation. That’s important to keep in mind.

The collection of our outlet adapter picks arrayed on a table.

There are approximately 70 billion universal travel plug adapters on the Web. However, after spending 20 hours staring at them, I found there’s only about a dozen basic designs—and countless “companies” selling them. Among those dozen or so actually different products, I saw a few distinctions that helped narrow the field. Since most options had four USB ports, that seemed like a reasonable minimum to require. Their maximum power output, rated in amps, became a determining factor in our rankings. The higher the maximum output, the faster the port will charge your gear.

Some plugs came with a replaceable fuse, which seemed like a good idea, and a few included a replacement for said fuse, which seemed even better. This way, if either you plug the adapter into a sketchy outlet or a roommate at the hostel uses your adapter to plug in their completely necessary portable arc welder, the fuse will go, not your adapter. Then it’s just a matter of swapping in the included spare fuse and you’re good to go.

These fuses have a maximum power rating, and therefore the adapters have a maximum wattage rating. However, you shouldn’t be connecting anything with a high enough power draw to trip these fuses. Check out Do you need a voltage converter? for more information. The short version is that recharging portable electronic devices is fine, but powering anything that has a motor or heats up is not. Nearly every appliance or device has its power draw written on it somewhere , so worst case, you can compare that to what’s listed on the adapter. And so you don’t have to look it up, volts × amps = watts.

The other option we considered and tested is individual plug adapters. These small adapters attach to the prongs of your current charger so they’ll plug into a foreign outlet. In deciding which of these to test, we judged by size and available plug-type options. As you’ll see with our two picks, one is exceptionally small, and the other offers sturdier plugs that are available in a range of plug types that’s wide enough to cover you no matter where in the world you’re headed.

The universal travel adapters are far more similar to one another than they are different. However, getting in a dozen and playing with them for a while revealed that some felt better put together than others. After spending several minutes with each one, forcefully extending the various plugs, slamming them back in, and just being fairly rough with them, I found it easy to tell which felt like they’d last a few trips, and which wouldn’t. None felt like you’d own them for a lifetime. Since none are expensive, though, this didn’t seem like a major issue.

All had a US-style plug, so I tested each one in several outlets around my house—some new, some old. I didn’t find much difference in how they fit and worked. I connected several chargers and plugs to the output side of each adapter as well. Again, not much difference. Last, I checked how bright the LED on each was, since a too-bright LED keeping me awake has been a pet peeve of mine for years. Many USB chargers have LEDs bright enough to practically read from; I eliminated any universal adapter that had this problem.

For the plug adapters, I tried plugging in several devices, as well as inserting them into outlets around my house. I checked how tight the connections were and how they felt overall. Would they fall apart with simple use or perhaps hold up to being tossed around in bags for a few weeks or months?

In reality, the testing for all the adapter types didn’t reveal much variation in terms of performance. These are all remarkably similar products. How they felt to use and their different features played a far bigger role in establishing our final picks.

Our pick the Epicka sitting on a table by itself.

While all the universal travel adapters we tested included the same three types of plugs (plus the familiar US-style one), they differed in how many USB ports each had and how quickly they could charge—and that’s where the Epicka Universal Travel Adapter excelled. It has five USB ports: four of the standard USB-A size and one of the newer USB-C. (You may not have a USB-C device at the moment, but you likely will in the future.) These will let you charge, say, three phones, two tablets, and—via the adapter’s main plug—a camera battery that has its own wall charger, all at once.

In addition, and just as important, is the maximum power output: 5.6 amps. This was the highest of all the adapters we considered, which means you can charge more of your devices at higher speeds before hitting the max output.

Keep in mind that the maximum output per USB-A port is 2.4 amps, the max on the USB-C port is 3 amps, and if you’re using all five ports you won’t be able to charge every connected device at full speed—it’ll only give you that 5.6 amp output in total . The output is still far lower than what you can get from a decent USB charger combined with our pick for a simple plug adapter (more on that in the plug adapter section , below), but it’s significantly better than most universal travel adapters, which often max out under 3 amps total.

The Epicka has three sliders on one side, with a button on the other to lock/unlock your chosen plug in place. This arrangement feels more secure than the semi-locking or slide-locking system that some other universals use. However, this is plastic-on-plastic, so don’t expect a tank. As these things go, the Epicka feels sturdy. The US and Australia share a pair of prongs—you twist the prongs manually to set them up for an angled Australia-style outlet.

A look at the four USB-A ports on the underside of our pick.

The four regular USB plugs are all on one side, which is tidier than the “flailing gibbon” look of some other universal adapters.

The above details were what put the Epicka at the top of our list, but the adapter has a few other features that are the cherry on top, so to speak. For instance, it comes with a small nylon case and a USB cable with a split end, so it works with either Micro-USB or Lightning devices. While the adapter has an LED to show you it’s working, the glow isn’t so bright as to be a distraction at night.

A look at the adjustable sliders.

One last note. There are multiple Epicka universal adapters, and even Epicka can’t keep the names straight. We’ve seen this one called, variously, Universal Travel Adapter, International Travel Adapter, Travel Adapter-2, Universal USB Travel Power Adapter (2018), and even Universal Travel Adapter One Worldwide International Wall Charger AC Plug Adaptor with 5.6A Smart Power 3.0A USB Type-C for USA EU UK AUS Cell Phone Tablet Laptop (Grey). Best to follow the link above. Also, you may find another company selling a twin of this. The Epicka has the most reviews and offers free shipping with Prime. The other options we saw have few or no reviews, or charge outrageous shipping costs.

As with all of these adapters, I wouldn’t expect the Epicka to last forever. Given its locking design and case, it’s probably going to last longer than many others, but all of these are almost entirely inexpensive plastic devices. Just something to keep in mind.

While the prongs themselves felt secure, and being able to lock them into place was nice, it’s entirely possible that the size and weight of the adapter, plus whatever you’ve plugged into it, could pull it out of an outlet. That is, unfortunately, a risk with every universal adapter.

Another risk with any universal adapter—as we mentioned above—is that it’s not going to work where you’re headed. Epicka claims it will work in 150 countries, but there are more than 200 countries (the exact number is harder to pin down than you might realize) . And even in each of those 150 countries, there’s no guarantee that the adapter will work in every outlet in every building. Plug adapters are a somewhat safer bet to work specifically where you’re going, but they have their own downsides, which we’ll discuss below.

Also, while the Epicka is a little smaller than some of the others we tested, all universal adapters are much bulkier than plug adapters. As someone who has spent most of the past several years traveling, I feel plug adapters are far easier and less annoying to deal with. This is largely why we have two recommendations for that category.

A group of our adapter picks.

The Ceptics Plug Adapter set combines everything we were looking for in plug adapters: small size, solid build quality, and—well, small size is really the thing here. Each adapter is no larger than it needs to be to fit over the American-style prongs of your charger. The plastic feels solid and not flimsy. Each adapter has the region or countries it should be used in written on the side. The five plugs in the set are the same four as you’ll find on the universal adapters recommended above, plus the thicker, round European-style prongs used in parts of France, parts of Asia, and elsewhere.

Though the set comes with a small case, you probably wouldn’t be traveling with the entire set very often. Instead, you’d pack just the specific adapter or adapters you’d be using on each trip. These are for the person who wants to travel as light and as simply as possible. I myself, and my friends who travel frequently, swear by these small, inexpensive adapters. Also, if you have a USB multiport charger you like or a charger that’s especially fast, you can use that charger with just a tiny, almost weightless plug at the end.

However, plug adapters aren’t for everyone, and that’s why they’re not our main pick. For one thing, if you don’t already own a multiport USB wall charger, you’ll still have to get one if you don’t want to carry a charger for each device. Also, depending on what you’re connecting with these plug adapters, your charger or device could wobble and maybe fall out. The connections inside are solid enough that this shouldn’t happen, but it’s possible. Our universal-adapter picks, as well as the other Ceptics set we discuss below, have a larger “face” for your charger to brace against—more like that of a traditional outlet—so there’s less chance of gravity having its way with your gear.

Being small and inexpensive, plug adapters are not built for high-power, high-wattage items, though hopefully we’ve persuaded you to leave those at home . If you’re charging a battery, you should be fine. If you’re running a motor, probably not. Laptops, yes; mini-fridges, no.

A charger plugged into our adapter pick

Last, these things being so small, you could easily lose them in your bag or leave them behind in an outlet somewhere, if you’re the type of person who loses things. (That’s why I usually keep mine connected to my charger.)

For a hardcore traveler like me, these are my pick. They’re cheap, light, and small, and they work.

A group of our runnerup plugs

Though made by the same company as the Ceptics International Worldwide Travel Plug Adapter 5 Piece Set—and bearing a confusingly similar name—the plug adapters in the Ceptics Adapter Plug Set for Worldwide International Travel Use are, as you can see, a completely different design. They’re much larger than the other Ceptics (let’s call the previous set Ceptics Black and this one Ceptics White for simplicity). Nonetheless, they’re each smaller than a universal adapter, and they have one key benefit over our top plug-adapter pick: You can purchase them in multipacks for individual regions, including regions beyond those covered by the Ceptics Black set.

The Ceptics White are small, but not as small as the Ceptics Black. That extra size does offer one benefit, however: These adapters have more of a face on the output side, so there’s more surface for your charger to lean against. This means your charger is less likely to fall out. Again, neither set of plugs we tested had loose connections, but this is always a risk, as chargers vary. One other difference: In place of the two-pronged US plug we saw (type A) in our other picks, this set includes the three-pronged grounded version .

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The real benefit to the Ceptics Whites, however, is not their physical characteristics. This range is one of your only options if you want to buy a plug adapter for a specific region or country. Headed to India or South Africa ? A universal adapter probably won’t work, but you can get a three-pack of Ceptics that will. You can also buy the offset three-prong and in-line three-prong for Switzerland and Italy, respectively, as well as plugs for Israel and Brazil , both the thin and the thick European plugs, and of course, Australia and UK versions too. They cost less than $10 per set. Any of those links will bring you to a page that lets you choose among plugs for different regions—definitely verify at checkout that you’ve picked the correct ones!

These adapters are ideal for someone headed to a country not covered by a universal adapter, or who has multiple chargers they want to plug in while traveling. They’re not quite as compact as the Ceptics Black adapters, but for most people, this difference in size won’t be an issue. I’ve traveled with these Ceptics plugs for many years, and they show no signs of wear.

Every adapter you see in this guide merely sends the current from the wall directly to whatever you plug into it. These are not voltage converters. Which is to say, if you’re in the UK, whatever you plug into the front of the adapter is going to get the UK’s 220 volts/50 hertz electricity, not the 120 volt/60 hertz that you’d get in the US. Travel plug adapters don’t convert the voltage; they only convert the plug . (Our universal picks do convert the local current to USB voltage, but only for the USB ports.)

However, for the vast majority of people, this is all you need. It’s exceptionally rare that anyone would need a voltage converter anymore. This is because most so-called wall warts, like on your phone charger or your camera’s battery charger, will convert the wall voltage into what it needs automatically.

Take a look at your charger. Somewhere, it should say “100–220V 50/60Hz.” This means it can accept anything between 100 V and 220 V, which covers domestic electricity pretty much everywhere, and either 50 Hz or 60 Hz, which again covers everything. If your charger doesn’t say this, it might not work with a travel adapter. If it only says "120V–60Hz," it will almost certainly not work—or not work correctly—with a travel adapter.

But here’s the other reason we don’t recommend buying a voltage converter: Your device might not work even with one. Anything with a motor (like hair dryers), anything with a heating element (like a clothing iron or a curling iron), or anything with a plug that goes directly to the device (as in no wall wart), probably won’t work in another country regardless of what kind of converter or adapter you bring . The good news is, pretty much every hotel, hostel, and Airbnb will have a hair dryer you can borrow. This is one of those times where we can’t cover everything you might want to bring, but for the vast majority of you, you don’t need a voltage converter. Either it’s not necessary, or the device that needs one won’t work anyway. Worst case, if it’s something cheap and you really need it—a hot pot or an electric kettle, say—consider buying one at your destination.

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One occasional exception is electric razors. These often fall into the “single cable, no wall wart, has a motor” category. Which is to say, they probably won’t work without a voltage converter. (Again, check the fine print near the plug or on the device itself.) Many hotels have a shaver plug in the bathroom , with a US-style outlet and US-style 110 volt-or-so voltage. However, not every hotel will have these, and they’re very rare in hostels and Airbnbs. If you need one, best to call ahead and see if your hotel has them. Or use disposables on your trip.

It’s worth noting again for clarity, USB is USB, so if you’re just plugging in a USB cable , unless something is horribly wrong, one USB port’s voltage is the same as any other USB port’s voltage. How fast that port will charge your gear will vary (that’s related to amperage), but unless the charger is faulty, a USB port shouldn’t damage your gear.

We considered many more adapters than those listed here. However, the majority of travel adapters available boil down to just a dozen or so designs sold by myriad companies. We’ve listed two representatives of each of the most common designs, but in most cases, many more exist. Chances are, if it looks similar and has similar specs, it’s probably the same inside.

Universal travel adapters

Askali, Unidapt , others: Only 3.4 amps maximum output, which means it’ll take longer to charge all of your devices.

Bluegogo  (currently unavailable): Only two USB and slower-charging than our picks.

Bonaker: Formerly our runner-up pick, this travel adapter had the usual mix of four plug types to cover you in most countries, but its four USB-A ports were slower than our top pick’s, and it had no USB-C port at all. It’s also since disappeared from Amazon.

Bonazza , Urbo , others: Feels flimsy, even compared with others here. Two-piece design is more cumbersome than helpful. Only 3.4 amps maximum output.

Ceptics Travel Power Strip : The Travel Power Strip combines the interchangeable-plug aspect of the Ceptics Plug Adapter Set with a two-outlet power strip and short extension cord. It also has USB-A and USB-C outputs. If you have multiple non-USB items you want to charge at once—a laptop and a camera charger, for instance—this is a good option. But we think most travelers will prefer the more portable brick design of our picks over this power strip.

Conair Travel Smart : It has only one USB port, with a maximum of 1 amp, but with three outlets, it’s one of the few travel adapters that lets you plug in multiple non-USB devices.

Monoprice Compact Cube Universal Travel Adapter : I own one of these, and it’s fine, but if you’re going the universal route, our picks have USB charging for just a few dollars more. If you don’t need USB charging, our plug-adapter picks are probably better choices. Insten is a similar product but with, apparently, surge suppression built in. But as there’s no way to change the fuse, this is likely one-and-done if you plug in something too powerful.

Mu One (currently unavailable): The Mu offered a much higher power output than other travel adapters: 45 watts, enough to quickly charge even a big-battery device such as a MacBook Air. However, after trying and failing to launch a Mu Two in 2020, the company went out of business. The name and remaining assets were bought by a company called Discovery Club, which seems to be selling off the inventory.

Ougrand (green) : Same shape as the Unidapt, but with a USB-C in place of one of the regular USB connections; 3.4 amp max total.

Huanuo  (currently unavailable): A bit bulky, with three regular USB ports and one USB-C; 3.4 amps maximum.

WGGE , Jollyfit : Only 2.4 amps max, less than either of our picks.

Plug adapters

Bestek Grounded Universal Worldwide Plug : Likely made in the same factory as the Ceptics White plugs, the Bestek set looks the same and is roughly the same price. It offers a wide variety of plug types, but lacks the Type C Europlug that’s common in most adapter sets and usable across most of Europe. (The Europlug was invented to fit into a wide range of European outlet types.) If our Ceptics White pick is sold out, these will also work.

Lewis N. Clark Adapter Plug Kit  (currently unavailable): This kit looks fine, but it is more expensive and has one less plug compared with our Ceptics pick.

Insignia Global Travel Adapter Kit  (currently unavailable): The Insignia has a clever interlocking and compact design, akin to that of the old Flight 001 universal adapter (Flight 001, the specialty travel-gear retailer, is now no longer operating in the US), and the individual plugs feel solid. However, it is expensive compared with our picks, and it doesn’t offer anything that you couldn’t do with our picks just by connecting them end to end (if you wanted to).

This article was edited by Ria Misra and Christine Ryan.

Meet your guide

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Geoffrey Morrison

Geoffrey Morrison is Wirecutter’s former AV editor, current editor-at-large, and a travel writer and photographer. He covers action cameras, gimbals, travel backpacks, and other gear. He has been to all 50 states and 60 countries, and he is the author of Budget Travel for Dummies and the sci-fi novel Undersea .

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Mac Dill AFB Airport, KMCF, MCF,

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Palmetto, Florida, United States

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Tampa International Airport, KTPA, TPA,

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Clearwater, Florida, United States

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Light jets and very light jets are cost-effective solutions for shorter flights to and from St. Petersburg. These aircraft are ideal for individual travel, accommodating 4 to 6 passengers, and boast lower hourly rates, starting at $2,600, and a non-stop range of 1100 to 1900 nautical miles.

For those seeking to travel farther and enjoy non-stop travel across the country, midsize and super-midsize jets offer the perfect balance of range, speed, and passenger capacity. These aircraft can accommodate up to 8 passengers, with a non-stop range of 1300 to 4000 nautical miles and hourly rates starting at $3200.

For those who require the ultimate in luxury, speed, and range, large and ultra-long-range jets are the pinnacle of private aviation. These aircraft are particularly suitable for coast-to-coast or intercontinental flights, accommodating up to 16 passengers in the utmost comfort with a range of 3600 to 6700 nautical miles and hourly rates starting at $5600.

Although the interior design of the aircraft may vary from one aircraft to another, the seating configurations will generally look like the sample interior pictures provided.

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Passengers on all international private charter flights will have to stop at customs. In certain countries, you may have to go through customs at a specific port of entry; for example, you must stop in Tahiti to perform customs checks en route to Bora Bora. You’ll also need to stop at the first port of entry when entering the U.S. from Mexico.

How much rest does the crew need before they can depart again?

Crew members are required to have a 10-hour rest period within each 24-hour cycle. The maximum duty day is 14 hours and must be followed by a 10-hour rest period at their hotel. When scheduling a flight, operators usually account for 12 hours of rest instead of 10. These extra two hours allow the crew time to get to their hotel, rest for the required time, and return to the airport.

How long does a fuel stop for a private jet flight take?

The average fuel stop takes 45–60 minutes. To speed up fuel stops, the operator, or pilots may call ahead, so a fuel truck is waiting for the aircraft on arrival. For smaller jets, a fuel stop can take as little as 30 minutes.

Will my private jet charter use the same airport as a commercial airline?

No. When you charter a private jet, you generally fly into a private airport. However, you could access the same airports as a commercial airline if you request to do so or if there are no private airport options. However, using a large mainstream airport like Los Angeles International or London Heathrow is often a bad choice for private jets, as flying to a smaller regional private airport is much faster and often makes for a more luxurious experience.

Is the age of an aircraft a safety factor?

Aircraft age is not a safety factor. However, if the aircraft is older and hasn’t been refurbished properly, it may cause flyers some inconvenience, such as overheating, faulty air conditioning, or faulty plumbing in the lavatory.

How much luggage am I allowed to bring on a private jet?

As a rule of thumb, each seat on a light or midsize jet equates to one passenger and one item of luggage. Each item of luggage is considered to be the standard 23 kilograms, or about 50 lbs. Large jets are designed for long-range trips, which typically involve longer stays, so you can carry more than one item of luggage per person.

Are there aircraft that are wheelchair accessible?

There are many aircraft that are wheelchair accessible. Most of them are large jets or above and have a straight aisle. If the jet has a zigzag aisle – like the Falcon 900 – it will be difficult to maneuver the wheelchair onboard the aircraft. You’ll also need the right type of wheelchair; many motorized wheelchairs won’t fit and can’t be collapsed. If this is the case, you’ll need a smaller, temporary wheelchair. Some aircraft operators have smaller wheelchairs that can be used. Please speak with your Paramount private jet expert to review your aircraft options.

Can I fly with large sums of cash?

Yes, you can. This is a common occurrence for many private jet clients. You can fly with up to $5 million in cash as long as you declare that cash when coming through customs. For domestic trips, there’s no limit and no need to declare it.

Which private jets come with flight attendants?

In the United States, large jets and above are required to have flight attendants onboard; in Europe, flight attendants are used on midsize jets and above. Flight attendants require their own seats. Larger jets and above have a jump seat near the cockpit for the flight attendant to use, meaning the attendant generally stays out of the cabin.

Which airports offer ramp access, allowing the client to drive their car right up to their private jet?

Private jet clients can often have a limo drive them right up to the private jet, or even drive their own car to the plane. That said, different airports have different policies, and some may not offer ramp access. Please speak with your Paramount Aviation Advisor to review your options for a given trip.

Do private jets come with Wi-Fi?

Many private jets do have Wi-Fi, and it’s increasingly available free of charge on U.S. domestic flights. On international flights, prices range from $3.00-$8.50 USD per megabyte used. This means that opening up social media sites that are rich in images and videos could quickly cost you $20 – and downloading a feature-length movie could cost thousands!

When is on-demand private jet charter better than buying a block of hours?

Private jet charter can be a lot cheaper than buying a block of hours for a one-way flight, as you can access floating fleets or an empty leg to reduce the cost. With a block of hours, the price covers a round trip. If you only fly one-way, you are effectively paying double.

What is a carbon-neutral flight?

Every aircraft burns jet fuel and emits a certain amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere. This can be offset via one of several carbon offset programs that allow private jet clients to purchase a certain number of carbon credits to offset the emissions from their flights. A carbon-neutral flight is one that offsets the carbon emissions it uses via a formal process.

Can I have a flexible departure time for my private jet flight?

Yes, it is possible to have a flexible departure when flying privately. Operators typically offer a 30-minute to two-hour window, but you can request a longer window as long as it doesn’t interfere with the maximum crew duty day or their next scheduled flight. Please confirm with your Paramount Aviation Advisor at the time of booking your jet.

When should I hire a Boeing Business Jet?

Boeing Business Jets (BBJs) have unique amenities that extend far beyond sheer size and are often equipped with 1-2 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms (one more of those bathrooms may even offer stand-up showers.) These airliner-based executive aircraft also feature tall or ‘stand-up’ cabins that are also longer and wider than more typical corporate aircraft.

How soon can I have a private jet ready from the time I call in the request?

Generally speaking, with as little as 4 hours of notice. However, we have had wheels up in as little as 32 minutes from the time our client called us to book the flight and had them in the air. It depends on a few factors, such as how long it takes for the pilots to arrive at the airport (generally, there is a 2-hour call-out time for the pilots), and whether the aircraft is ready to go at the airport with no repositioning needed. Our Jet Card members enjoy faster booking since they have funds on account and can confirm a flight with a simple email.

Can I access my luggage while in flight?

On most private jets, you will be able to access your luggage during the flight. That’s because luggage and passengers are situated on the same level. This is in contrast to commercial airlines, where checked luggage is stored in a cargo hold. On large private jets, luggage is often stored in a compartment behind the lavatory, which means easy access to your bags.

When are private jet charter landing and takeoff slots applicable?

A landing or takeoff slot is simply a small window of time in which your aircraft is scheduled to fly in or out of the airport. You will need a landing and takeoff slot if you fly to a high-density airport in the United States or one that is hosting a special event with a significant number of aircraft arriving and departing. If you’re flying internationally, you will need a landing and takeoff slot for all major European cities. Please check with your Paramount Aviation Advisor at the time of booking for a specific route.

What kind of in-flight catering is available on a private jet?

Other than the standard snacks and drinks, you can order local cuisine options for your catering on board. In short, anything that doesn’t need to be cooked can be ordered; hot food must be precooked and then warmed on board.

Can I bring pets with me on private jet flights?

Of course! Just let us know in advance. The majority of the operators and aircraft owners allow pets onboard. In some cases, a small cleaning fee may apply. That said, there are specific requirements that must be met when traveling with your pet, including making sure that all documentation and vaccination records for your pet(s) are correct and up-to-date. Dogs and cats must also be at least eight weeks old and weaned when traveling within the U.S.

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St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, often shortened to St. Pete, is a city in western Florida, on a peninsula between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. St. Petersburg is the fourth populous city in Florida, with a population of over 250,000 in the urban area, and more than 2.7 million in the designated Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metropolitan Area as of 2011.

St. Petersburg's local economy has been traditionally based on tourism. Due to its strategic location on Florida's Gulf Coast, St. Petersburg has become the hub of one of the fast-growing regions for business in the United States. Financial services, manufacturing, medical technology and services, information technology, and marine sciences are important factors for the city's economy.

Often referred to as the "Florida's Sunshine City", St. Petersburg is known for its warm, sunny weather, allowing visitors to enjoy a plethora of recreational, cultural, and leisure activities. Tourists to St. Petersburg will enjoy visiting the Salvador Dali Museum, spending the day at Fort De Soto Park or taking a stroll on the St. Petersburg Pier . With the miles of white sandy beaches, exciting tourist attractions and vibrant cultural events, St. Petersburg is a popular vacation destination among travelers from around the globe.

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Enjoy our beautiful duplex. Both units upstairs and downstairs are owned by me therefore if you are two families that prefer some privacy while still being together, this is the place for you! Weather you want to hang out together in your own private yard or hit the city as a group minutes away, you wont ...

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We were very pleased with this unit. Everything was in excellent condition. The location is close to everything, including a great lake at the end of the street where we walked our dog. Great restaurant/bar ...

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Distance to beach: 4 miles to Spa Beach

Call for Senior Discount, AAA, AARP, or Corporate discount or long term or out of season rates True 3 BR and 2 Ba with Garage and entry office. Walk, Bike, Scoot to your favorite hot spots in downtown. Stroll Roser Park. Walk down to the waterfront and Boat Club. Plenty of Parking. This home has ...

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Perfectly appointed and close to all the happenings of downtown St. Pete! Super clean and comfy! The host was very accommodating and knowledgable about the area. We really enjoyed our stay and will ...

BAY BEAUTY

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Distance to beach: 2 miles to North Shore Beach

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Very large 4 bedroom waterfront single family home overlooking Tampa Bay and the lights of downtown St. Petersburg. Perfect value play for family in town for wedding, corporate event, sporting events or just weekend away. Perfect opportunity for the family to stay together under one roof at less expense ...

I recently had the pleasure of staying at the Bay Beauty, and it truly lives up to its enchanting name. The house is an absolute gem, boasting spaciousness, beauty and a remarkable attention to detail. ...

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Distance to beach: 2 miles to Treasure Island

Relax and appreciate the coolness of open plan living in this light and airy studio. This neat and tidy home is loaded with charm and character. This stylish studio apartment offers all of the comfort and convenience without any compromises. When you lay eyes on this amazing apartment you will want to ...

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Brand new to Florida Rentals. Welcome to this NEWLY RENOVATED spacious two bedroom condo (1375 square feet) on the second floor in the gated community Bermuda Bay Beach Club. Each bedroom has a queen bed with a large walk-in closet, plus a daybed with trundle in the living room. Fully stocked kitchen ...

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We had a wonderful months stay in Jerry & Jane's condo. They were very kind and helpful to us. The place is very spacious and has nice comfortable furniture. They accommodated us by letting us move in ...

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Find your zen in the yoga/meditation room or on the outdoor couches beside the splashing fountain. Lounge beside the private pool tucked in a lush garden. Melt in the outdoor shower, or whip up dinner in the fully equipped gourmet kitchen or on the gas/charcoal grill.This oasis is only three blocks ...

Accepting 2024 through 2025 now. Bermuda Bay 2 bdrm. Monthly rentals.

"ALWAYS SUMMER" Monthly Rentals. Book direct, no booking fees.June - Oct 2024 $2200/month Nov - Dec 2024 $2500/month. Jan - April 2025 $4300/month. June - Oct 2025 $2500/month. Nov - Dec 2024 $2500/month. Jan - April 2026 $4300/month. Please ...

We are leaving tomorrow and we will miss this place. We could bike along the path so many different places. If you like to bike, this is the place for you. We biked from our front door all the way downtown ...

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Distance to beach: 2 miles to St Pete

This beautiful and luxurious home is located in an upscale neighborhood close to everything. Recently remodeled and updated the home is nestled among giant Oak trees along a wooded stream, yet shopping, entertainment and the beaches are only a few minutes away.Situated on a large private property ...

Elizabeth was a wonderful host and had thought of everything we may have needed during our stay! The house was impeccable, there was a complete guide of area needs and wants, and plenty of space for our ...

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Welcome to Lakewood – a peaceful oasis in St. Pete!Start the day with a cup of coffee on our palm-shaded terrace, then take a relaxing swim at the quiet pool or enjoy a game of tennis on one of the free courts in the park across the street!Our family has owned this unit for more than 20 ...

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Distance to beach: 6 miles to St. Pete Beach

Welcome to your coastal retreat at the Boca Cabana! Come experience the best of beachside living in this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo at Bermuda Bay Beach & Racquet Club. With its private beach, heated pools, hot tub overlooking Boca Ciega Bay, and delightful beach themed rooms, this condo offers ...

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Beautiful condo located in the Bahia Del Mar section of Isla Del Sol. View of the water from the balcony. Very nice accommodations, palm trees sway in front of the balcony, calm, serene area with a lovely pool and hot tub. Watch dolphins frolic in the Boca Ciega Bay while you sip your morning coffee at ...

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Distance to beach: 5 miles to St Pete Beach Fort de Soto and Treasure Island

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Distance to beach: 10 miles to St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island Beach

This cozy Mother-In-Law Suite is detached so you will have your own space. It provides a spacious living space and dining area, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. It was just built in 2023 and is completely furnished with all new appliances, a washer, dryer and WiFi and cable TV accessibility. It’s located ...

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Distance to beach: 0.8 miles to North Shore

OUTDOOR HEAVEN, Wonderful Shallow Resort pool and spa with many water features surrounded by a very large Travertine Patio with several lounges for catching some sun while you return e-mails (home has many wireless access points for full connectivity). Incredible Lanai that is very well shaded with custom ...

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LUXURY WATERFRONT CONDO ON ISLA DEL SOL/St. Pete's Beach Area

Distance to beach: 1 miles to St Pete's Beach

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Panoramic stunning waterfront views of Tampa Bay

Panoramic stunning waterfront views of Tampa Bay from your own balcony overlooking the water. All photos shown are right out from our spacious second floor balcony The sunrise in this place are stunning!! In the afternoon you have shade to enjoy a glass of wine views of dolphins, manatees and sea birds. Luxurious, ...

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Distance to beach: 7 miles to St Pete Beach

This beautiful home is located in the desirable "Pink Street" Neighborhood at the southernmost tip of St Petersburg, where some of the roads dead-end with a view overlooking the bay and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, yet only a 10 minute drive from the beaches and downtown. "Pink Street ...

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Lovely ranch style home 20 minutes from gulf beaches and downtown Saint Pete.

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Distance to beach: 4 miles to Treasure Island/Saint Petersburg beach

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Saint Petersburg, Florida has it all St. Petersburg, which glimmers between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, is known for its warm weather and for holding the title of “most consecutive days with sunshine” at 768 days. Along with beautiful, award-winning beaches, St. Petersburg is a waterfront escape and perfect family getaway with so much to explore! Downtown St. Petersburg is the city’s heart, home to great shopping, restaurants, bars and attractions. There are hundreds of Saint Petersburg vacation rentals available. Look through our inventory of St. Pete vacation rentals and choose one that meets all your unique requirements. Whether it’s an oceanfront beach home or a mansion that fits multiple families, we’ll have it on our site. Climate You’re coming to Saint Petersburg to enjoy sun, surf, and sand -- and you’ll get that no matter when you’re here. It’s a comfortable 80 degrees on average, with the summer a little hotter and stickier than the other seasons. Watch out for a passing heavy thunderstorm in the summer too, but don’t worry too much, it will pass rather quickly. Getting around Saint Petersburg Be sure to rent a car when staying in St. Pete as that’s your best bet for reliable transportation. Fly into Tampa International Airport and drive to your St. Pete Beach condo. Most rentals are beach accessible (meaning you’ll only need to walk) but for others a car may be necessary. Plus to enjoy some of Florida Gulf Coast’s other locales you’ll want to drive. Public transportation in St. Petersburg is provided by the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) , which offers bus service throughout Pinellas County. The Looper, a sightseeing trolley, also travels downtown each day.  Major roadways include Interstate 275, US 19 and US 92, which travel north and south through St. Petersburg, and Central Avenue, which takes you through the city’s downtown at Tampa Bay to Treasure Island on the Gulf of Mexico. Top activities and attractions The star of the show here is St. Pete Beach. Like many Florida beaches it comes complete with sugar white sand, abundant sunshine, crashing waves, and turquoise blue Gulf waters. Spend the day laying out under the hot sun and walking for miles down this flawless beach. Keep your eyes peeled for a leaping dolphin! 35 miles of flawless beachfront await you here. And if that isn’t enough, next-door Clearwater Beach is a showcase of two and a half miles of more gorgeous white sand and clear waters, with a new, gently curving BeachWalk, making strolling (and rolling) a pleasure for all. There are many activities on or near the ocean as well. Taking a deep sea fishing charter, go on a dolphin watching cruise, or the entire family can rent bikes and ride (safely) around all of friendly St. Pete. When you’re ready to try something away from the water, there’s so much more to do in St. Pete. The old beach community of Pass-a-Grille is at the southern end of the beach. Stroll along the longest stretch of undeveloped coast in the area and enjoy the local cuisine at the legendary Hurricane Seafood Restaurant. At Boyd Hill Nature Preserve visitors can experience local flora and fauna and hear from a professional tour guide. On these grounds your family can spend the day exploring a pioneer settlement, gazing at the marshes and pine flatlands, and spotting animals from alligators to the beautiful spoonbill duck. St. Pete visitors love spending time in Fort de Soto Park , which offers more than 1000 acres of parkland for picnics, walking, and exploring the fort. It’s spread across five small islands in Tampa Bay and there’s something to explore on each one. You can tour the 1898 fortifications on Mullet Key, picnic or camp overnight, or explore via the park’s nature trails, 6.8-mile paved recreation trail, and a two-mile canoe trail. One of the top rated attractions in St. Pete is The Dali Museum . It’s an architectural marvel that has a permanent collection of many of Dali’s most famous works, plus rotating exhibits that are sure to amaze. Long a local favorite, the museum has emerged into a world-class destination and waterfront superstar. Nearby, in the center of downtown and steps from the waterfront, St. Petersburg's revitalized Sundial complex anchors some of the city's coolest food and drink hangouts, as well as shops. Food & Drink There good eats all over Saint Petersburg. If you’re looking for small batch, super fresh foods, discover Locale Gourmet Market, a one-of-a-kind 20,000-square-foot marketplace offering the region’s freshest and finest artisan eats. The award-winning Sea Salt restaurant is a must for seafood lovers. Also try The Mill, a new space that crafts handmade cocktails you’ll rave about and Southern-flavored mixed-grill meats. When you’re ready to turn an evening out into a late night, head straight to The Mandarin Hide, St. Pete’s legendary cocktail bar. And for that other kind of drinking expedition, Kahwa Coffee is a homegrown mini empire of 11 bright cafés with excellent coffee, plus a Kahwagon Mobile Coffee Shop truck that brings brew to special events. Finish off your evening with a trip to local favorite Larry’s Olde Fashioned Ice Cream and Gelato , where you’ll find a range of ice cream flavors scooped into homemade waffle cones. Saint Petersburg beach condo rentals on FloridaRentals.com Book Saint Petersburg vacations rentals on FloridaRentals.com can save you up to 15% over our competitors. Plus, we have a wide array of inventory appealing to any group size or traveler tastes. Happy planning!

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