If you purchased your bag from Bags to Go and have an issue that you'd like assessed under warranty, we'd be happy to help out! Information on what warranty covers as well as how you can claim can be found under the Warranty Information dropdown below.
Bags to Go isn’t an authorised repair centre and as such we cannot carry out repairs and we don’t stock spare parts for our suppliers’ products. If you’re looking for a repair or spare part then you can either contact the brand directly or visit your nearest authorised Service Centre (locations listed under the Repairs and Service Centres dropdown below).
If you have an issue with your item and wish to have it assessed under warranty, please return it to your nearest Bags To Go store or Authorised Repairer for assessment. We sell a huge number of brand-name goods, and each offer a slightly different warranty, so please read your tags carefully for any warranty information specific to your item.
Warranty will generally cover manufacturing defects but will not cover any damage caused by misuse, exposure to extreme temperatures, accidental damage, carrier damage or wear and tear. If you have an issue with your TSA lock, please ensure that you have followed the instructions carefully. A lock that has been set incorrectly or where the code has been forgotten is not covered under warranty.
Generally manufacturers will not cover any of the following under warranty:
We recommend that you always check your items as soon as they come back into your possession. Any damage that is caused while in the care of a third party should be claimed with that party (Airline/Train/Bus/Taxi/Cruise etc.) before continuing on your journey. Alternatively, some Travel Insurance Policies have cover for accidental damage to personal belongings.
In the unlikely event of your goods developing a fault more than 7 days after receipt, then we strongly recommend that you contact the manufacturer directly for a warranty repair. This is often the quickest way to have a fault repaired. For example, in some cases, manufacturers offer free telephone help facilities, and free rapid repair or replacement services, for your convenience. Alternatively, you can contact us directly if the goods do not conform to the contract, and we will endeavour to handle the warranty on your behalf. Carriage will be charged for the return of any products to Bags To Go under warranty, however Bags To Go will return your item carriage free. Should your goods develop a fault after the first 6 months, then you will be responsible for all carriage charges.
If you have an issue with your item, and believe it may be covered under warranty, you should first try to return it to your nearest Authorised Repairer, with a copy of your proof of purchase, for assessment. We understand that sometimes this isn't viable due to your location or other factors. If you are unable to return in-store, we would be happy to try help you out with your claim! Please just contact us by filling out the above form including the following information, and we will provide you with assistance and further details.
Please note that you must not discard any faulty products until your claim has been closed. If a bag is discarded before you have been instructed to do so, this will result in an incomplete claim, and no replacement or credit can be provided.
For more information on your warranty and service centre locations please find your brand below:
|Brand Warranty Page||Phone||Service Centres|
|Samsonite Australia||1800 331 690||https://www.samsonite.com.au/store-finder/?aid=service-centers|
|Antler Luggage||1300 268 537||https://antlerluggage.com.au/pages/authorised-luggage-repairers|
|American Tourister||1800 331 690||http://www.americantourister.com.au/store-finder#repairers|
|High Sierra||1800 331 690||https://www.samsonite.com.au/store-finder/?aid=service-centers|
|Black Wolf||1800 227 070|
|Pacsafe||08 9221 6617|
|Victorinox||02 9482 6600||https://www.victorinox.com/global/en/Service/cms/service|
|Compass||1300 224 786|
Cant find your brand? Contact or visit your local repairer (listed under the Repairs and Service Centres dropdown below) to see if they service your brand for warranty claims.
If you're looking to have your bag assessed or repaired, the quickest way to do this is to visit an authorised Service Centre. Please note that not all of these locations listed below are authorised to service every brand, so if you’re concerned you can either check the supplier’s website (details listed under the Warranty Information dropdown above), or call the repairer directly.
Sydney Luggage - 1147-1149 Botany Rd, Mascot 2020 - P: 02 9669 6381
Custom Luggage - 317 Sussex Street, Sydney 2000 - P: 02 9261 1109
Joes Boots - Unit 2/33 Jardine Street, Kingston 2604 - P: 02 6295 6162 E: JoesBootsKingston@gmail.com
The Repair Place - 423-425 Springvale Road, Forest Hill 3131 - P: 03 9894 7869 E: email@example.com
Walkalong - 515 Camberwell Road, Camberwell 3124 - P: 03 98892800
Sweeney's - 450 Queen St, Melbourne 3000 - P: 03 9329 7713
Gregorys Bag and Shoe Repairs - 6 Leake St, Essendon 3040 - P: 03 93796137
Addwest - 75 Vulture Street, West End 4101 - P: 07 3844 5416
Broadbeach Shoe and Bag Repairs - Shop 22, Niecon Plaza, Albert Street, Broadbeach 4218
Theo’s Shoe Hospital - 56 Shields St, Cairns 4870 - P: 07 4054 1334 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Luggage Place - 107 Gilbert Street, Adelaide 5000 - P: 08 8231 4884 E: email@example.com
Ideal Shoes - 174 Hutt Street, Adelaide 5000 - P: 08 8223 4017
Leather Luggage & Accessories - 317 Walcott Street, North Perth 6006 - P: 08 9443 1800
Country Leather - 108 Elizabeth St, Hobart 7000 - P: 03 6231 5082
Soleways - 157 Charles Street, Launceston 7250 - P: 03 6331 4017 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Postl - PO Box 291, Palmerston 0830 - P: 08 8932 9244
Damage to your bags that has been caused by a third party such as your airline or transit company is not covered under warranty. Any damage that is caused by a third party should either be claimed directly with the entity responsible or with your travel insurance as soon as possible. Most transit companies have provisions in place to compensate you for damage caused to your luggage, however there are usually strict time limits for reporting it. If you notice that your luggage has been damaged during transit, then we would recommend immediately visiting the company's service desk to report the damage, or otherwise contacting and following their claims procedure.
Should your transit company request any information such as quotes for repair or replacement, then Bags to Go would be happy to help! Please just contact us with some pictures showing the damage, as well as your proof of purchase (or as much information regarding the make and model of your bag), and our customer service team will work to assist you as soon as possible.