Samsonite Luggage Review - Repair & Warranty

Vintage Collections and Repair Stations



Samsonite Repair and Vintage Collections

Samsonite Luggage Repair

Should your Samsonite luggage set need to undergo any repairs, these can only be done by a Samsonite Authorized Repair Station, who are the only people allowed to complete warranty repairs. To find your closest dealer, go to www.samsonite.com where you can use their locator system to find a repair station. From here, staff will determine if the damage done is covered under warranty (warranty duration differs with each collection). Warranties will cover faults in workmanship and materials, but will not cover wear and tear or misuse (which includes damage caused by airlines). In order to qualify for warranty cover, you will need to register your set with Samsonite – again you can do this through their corporate website.

Vintage Samsonite Luggage

Early models of Samsonite luggage have become highly desirable to collectors, with many items being regularly found for sale in online auction rooms. The most popular models to buy are the ones that are in best condition for their age. Also pieces that are now rare to find are snapped up quickly by collectors

One of the major players in the luggage industry, Samsonite luggage boasts a history that spans nearly a whole century in catering to the needs of travelers worldwide. Formed back in 1910 in Denver, Colorado by Jesse Shwayder, Samsonite started its humble beginnings as the Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Company.

The aim of the company back then was to make a strong and sturdy trunk that would meet the demands of grueling travel – especially with the gold rush upon them. Starting with only ten workers, they made one product (the trunk) and marketed as being a high quality attractive product.

The company’s success grew throughout the following decades, and just before World War II broke out, Shwayder introduced his latest offering – a new style of suitcase called the Samsonite Streamlite. Named Samsonite due to Shwayder’s love of the biblical character Samson, the case was built to be just like him – strong and durable. Following the advancement in the creation of luggage, the company finally changed its name to Samsonite in 1965.

They continued to expand, and Samsonite now is a truly global company, with offices and manufacturing plants scattered worldwide, from the United States to Europe and Asia. Gone are the days when they were just a one-product company, with every sort of travel bag and accessory now being produced under the Samsonite banner.

When travelers are searching to buy a Samsonite luggage set, they can be reassured that they will find just the right set to meet their traveling needs. Samsonite’s range of products is so vast and extensive that there will be something to suit everyone among their collections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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