I chose the Carry On Pro because I used to have a Victorinox that costs about as much, but was not as durable. I really missed the convenient front side door that gave me quick access to tech and laptop, tablet, e-reader.
So the pricing of the Nomatic Carry On Pro is right in line with Victornox Spectra 2 I mentioned. You pay for quality, and it just makes sense for luggage unless you don't plan on using it again.
Nomatic chose to use Industry leading components from Makrolon shells, Hinomoto wheels, to YKK zippers.
What I am disappointed about is that there is only one color available... black.
The Classic Carry-on and Check-in
Classic Carry-On looks plain on the outside, but with organization features on the inside. Honestly nothing new that hasn't been done before by other bag makers. Done well, but nothing terribly exciting from the looks of it.
Check-in is expandable, larger, and with similar organization features on the inside.
While expanded, it is still less than 62 linear inches (the limit for many check-in bags.