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The Always Sold-Out Quince Suitcases Are Back in Stock (and They're Less than $200)

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When it comes to viral products, there are a few the internet just can't seem to get enough of: The lululemon belt bag, for one. The Panera baguette bag, another. Quince suitcases are also super hard to come by, since they have the 'Gram-worthy allure of pricier Away luggage, minus the price tag (we're talking less than $200 compared to Away's heftier $275 to $375 per carry-on). If you're traveling on a budget, these lightweight nesting suitcases are the way to do it in style without breaking the bank—and they're finally, finally back in stock.

We specifically have our eye on the carry-on ($130), which is on the lightweight side (shout out to its polycarbonate hard shell). It also has a lot of interior space, with a flat and sturdy zippable pocket on one side and compression panels on the other to fit up to nine outfits (or whatever your packing), versus Away's up to seven outfits. Other features include a water-resistant polyester pongee lining, a TSA-approved lock, a removable laundry bag, a trolley handle and 360-degree spinner wheels, so you can be smooth sailing through the airport. It's available in two colors (black and tan), too, which also goes for the check-in suitcase ($180).

When it comes to the latter model, buyers can't stop talking about how lightweight and durable the Away lookalike is. "[It's the] perfect [bag] for half the price," one Quince reviewer shares. "[It has] all the same compartments and features [as the Away], except for the charging pack. [The] tan color does scruff when the airlines throw it around, but it easily wipes off,"

If you're choosing between the two Quince suitcases, the only difference between the carry-on and check-in is that the check-in offers more space, fitting up to 12 outfits (compared to the carry-on's nine). The carry-on luggage can also fit inside the check-in for easy storage, or if you want to bring an empty suitcase to fill up later.

Either one is sure to come in handy, no matter where you're headed next, so it wouldn't be a bad idea to grab both before they're gone again—because they will be gone again.


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Destinee Scott

Assistant Sales and Deals Editor

Destinee Scott is PureWow’s Assistant Sales and Deals Editor. She’s been chasing sales and deals for a decade and knows a good one when she sees one for fashion, home, beauty...