In my experience, that won't be a concern at Myer. Their staff in the luggage section really don't know much at all about the products, especially if you want to know how they are made etc. All they can do is show you how many zipers and compartments they have, and you can do that very easily by yourself.Febs said:Just don't spend ages with a staff member at Myer/DJ's/Bag shop, then go and buy online for less. That's low, IMO (by all means check the bag out yourself at one of those shops though).
QF009 said:Have to look out for a sale some time within the next 2.5 weeks then...
Wonder if the DJ sale is still on - some mates of mine went shopping there last week.
ronone69 said:If any airline damages your luggage (even small stuff) and you report it they will fix it for free. The man at Sweeny's in Melb who does this for QF is really good. I also had a bag repaired by the CX people in Melb and this was OK too. Things like missing zip pulls, broken corners, etc are really easy to fix
simongr said:Can you give mrssimongr a call and explain that? We are experiencing some push back n Tumi 20in rollaboard at the moment that I need approval of before 30 June to allow for a tax deduction
Agree and have had the same problem. I did manage to get an acknowledgement (in writing) that they'd broken my bag and therefore managed a travel insurance claim.simongr said:That's a big call to make - AA pointed at their "we aint responsible for nuffink" sign when I pointed out the large crack around the wheel on mycase at JFK
straitman said:Agree and have had the same problem. I did manage to get an acknowledgement (in writing) that they'd broken my bag and therefore managed a travel insurance claim.