Unite 2 Receives “Best Buy” Certificate from Consumers Digest

May 6, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s been an exciting time for Atlantic Luggage. Our recently launched Unite 2 collection was recently given a favorable review by Consumer Digest Communications.

Atlantic Unite 2 lifestyle photo

This was the photo they used in the article.

And to top it off, two bags in that line were both awarded a “Best Buy” certificate. That means the bags have been recognized by the editors as having exceptional value in today’s highly competitive marketplace. A Consumers Digest Best Buy rating is awarded to fewer than 3% of the competing models in any given product category.

Here’s what Consumers Digest had to say in their recent Best Buy luggage issue.

You would have to pay at least $20 more to buy a model that has a better combination of features than does the Unite 2 25-inch Expandable Spinner. These include this model’s unique capability to attach another bag, its roomy interior, multiwheel spinners and the capability to expand 2 inches. Side hook-and-loop tape straps enable you to attach at least two bags back to back, so you can keep them together when you pass through an airport or hotel lobby. That’s a plus if you travel with a family or use more than one bag. The 29-by-20-by-12-1/2-inch Atlantic Unite 2 29-inch Expandable Spinner is also a Best Buy.

We’re all very happy that our newest line is making a big splash, being named a Best Buy in the Check-through Uprights category.

(We were also pleased to see they had used one of our promotional photos in their article. If you look very closely at the photo in the middle of the page, you see a happy family of three wheeling some Atlantic Unite 2 bags through the airport, displaying its “unique capability to attach to another bag.”)

We work hard to not only provide the best, highest quality bags we can, but to innovate and come up with new industry-changing standards. To be able to do both, and to be recognized for our efforts makes us all very proud.


Erik Deckers is a travel writer, as well as a content marketer and book author. He is the co-author of Branding Yourself, No Bullshit Social Media, and The Owned Media Doctrine. Erik has been blogging since 1997, and has been a newspaper humor columnist for over 20 years

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