The Xtend® suitcase meets the size limits set by the IATA international organization, which includes major US and international companies. The dimensions of the bag are:
Cabin size (retracted):
- Height: 21.7” (55 cm)
- Width: 13.8” (35 cm)
- Depth: 9.9” (23 cm)
Cargo size (expanded):
- Height: 29.5 inches (75 cm)
- Width: 13.8 inches (35 cm)
- Depth: 9.9 inches (23 cm)
Weight: 7.5 lbs. (3.4kg)
To note :
Some companies may change at any time the conditions of weight and size of baggage accepted in the cabin
We recommend that you consult the airline directory to check their latest formats
Xtend® suitcase uses a 60 watts Lithium-ion removable battery, which is well within the FAA limit of 100 watts on Li-ion batteries.
As body scans, medal detectors and random bag checks are part of a standard security practice in airports, you may be asked to open your suitcase. All you need to do is to show the removable battery.
The battery in the Xtend® suitcase is removable and has to be removed to check-in in order to comply with the latest airlines regulations.
Find all the standards in force on the official website of IATA( International Air Transport Association).
Our smart luggages are equipped with an USB-C plug. As a general rule USB C power supply is implement on the high laptops and Ultra-Portable. However, some manufacturers of laptops seem reluctant to implement this new standard.
Here is a non-exhaustive review of the major brands
- APPLE all models are fitted with USB C power supply.
- ACER All Ultra-portable, except OPP. 15” computers and high performance laptop still use a traditional coaxial power supply
- HP All Ultra-portable. 15” computers and high performance laptop still use a traditional coaxial power supply
- CHROMEBOOK All models are fitted with USB C power supply
- DELL All Latitude and XPS. All models with USB C power supply
- ASUS none are USB-C compatible
- LENOVO none are USB-C compatible
- Inspiron and Vostro only some models are compatible with USB-C
For other brands, please refer to your laptop notice to check if it’s USB-C powerable.
Security officers have a master key to open your luggage in case of necessity: let TSA know they hold a master key and point out the logo on the TSA approved smart-lock.
Your Xtend® has been designed in accordance to civil aviation regulation FAA. The electronic lock is normally dormant and turns on as you approach a finger to save battery life. You can safely open your luggage during a flight, as long as the signal “fasten your seatbelt” is not lit.
The Xtend® Lite is exactly the same expandable format as the Xtend®, it does not have a battery or fingerprint opening system. A dedicated pocket inside allows you to place your own external battery, you can connect your battery to the cable that feeds the plug near the lock.