What Our Customers Say
I had one of these suitcases for four years but one wheel broke off on my last flight. I blame the airlines but they have im instant-read thermometerproved the wheels so I am thrilled to have another Ricardo bag. I do miss the purple print of my first one but this one is fine. I love the handles, the wheels, the options for packing and the zippers/pulls. I love that it is lightweight. I can pack this full and know it will not be over the 50 lb limit. The pull out handle is improved also so I can have it at two different heights and it locks in place. I am looking forward to my upcoming trip so I can use this new one!
I purchased this bag for my wife in amethyst for my wife and she absolutely loves it so much that I am hoping to find the carry-on piece to match. Light weight yet well constructed. This luggage does not disappoint and lives up to Ricardo's name in the luggage industry. I wouldn't purchase anything else and have owned many for years.
We bought this bag for a recent trip to Vermont and was very satisfied with the space provided. My wife commented that it rolls much easier than our other suitcases.
Color does not look at all like the one in the photo on the website.
A few years ago we purchased the identical featherweight version and were completely satisfied, unfortunately, our basement flooded with raw sewage and we were forced to discard the luggage. both medium and carry on bags. Our experience with the Ricardo brand was excellent and you have long term customers in our house.Thanks for the great products.
I agree with anonymous from Orlando. Ricardo used to make the best bags. My older set had the separate zippered packing section with the loop for hangers, and that set (Model not stated on those, and cant remember name) came with the best under-seat bag ever, with multiple pockets and inside zippered compartments. Ricardo abandoned that line years ago, and what was left was the Monterey which at least had the separate packing compartment, but no longer the good under-seat bag. Now they have abandoned the Monterey and the best they have is the Seahaven, which has the problems described by Orlando. Now all of the bags offered are the same except for the outside container. Sad how they get rid of the great for the mediocre. Don't even have a decent under-seat bag anymore.
My six-year-old Ricardo Beverly Hills suitcase finally gave out on me after extensive use. I loved the feature of having a built-in garment bag on the suitcase and went looking for one that was similar. The only place I could find one was back at Riccardo Beverly Hills again. I purchase this bag hoping it would have the same feature and while it is similar it is certainly not anywhere near the quality. It has the hanger portion but there It’s not a separate clip and belt area to keep the garments flat when you close them in. So after you hang the hangers in there and go to close the flap basically they just get crumpled up. That kind of defeats the purpose of hanging something up in your luggage. I’m going to keep this suitcase because it’s a hassle trying to send suitcases back through shipping service. Plus when it arrived the box was open. And it looks like it was simply the tape that came off meaning that it wasn’t packed well to begin with. Overall I am disappointed with both the product and the shipping.