@1DisabledWarVet No, these ARE travel organizer bags, they just know people aren’t traveling so it is creative wording to get you to repurpose and use for something else. No wonder someone is selling these to Meh at a discount…because hardly anyone is traveling. Meh is meh for a reason.
@Stallion I was merely going by their description’s wording, ‘Storage Set’. You could say Walmart, Target & Walgreens grocery bags are actually just travel bags. They are, after all a quick product to store dirty items & they cost nothing!! Though then they would be storage bags!! So, you call them travel bags and I will continue to use suitcases, luggage bags & use plastic bags to store my soiled items. Those ‘travel bags’ might wear out pretty quick, but please, just don’t use them to store your dirty laundry when you travel & you will not have to eat crow!!
@chienfou@glarue, Ha, Ha, Ha,…no, I meant to tap the 2 but hit the 1, ergo, 14 instead of 24!! I usually spell-check my nonsense afore I post it but sometimes at 3AM, etc I fruck up!! BTW, I have PTSD & Insomnia, so 2hrs is a nice nap!! BTW², when I was taking Ambien I could sleep 5-7 hrs pretty decent.
I have some of these that are fairly well constructed and have lasted me many trips. Nice to separate clean from dirty clothes, one day’s clothes from another, tops in one, bottoms in another, and unmentionables in another. Even good for shoes. But I’m skeptical about the “fabric” quality.
I was once skeptical about packing cubes for travel. Then I used some and realized that they’re awesome. They make organizing your gear significantly easier and simplify packing (I know, how can adding more stuff make things simpler? They just do! It’s like some level of black magic or something. I try not to think about it too much because it just work!).
I bought a set of these a while back. I would only call them “premium” in the sense that that’s the word that inexpensive products use to try to make themselves seem higher quality than they actually are. These definitely don’t seem as sturdy as the ones I got from Amazon (Amazon Basics) or Ebags. But they’re a bag you put inside a bag. As long as you don’t stuff them so full that the zipper breaks or the seams pop, these are probably going to be fine.
We’ve used packing cubes for years now and they really do make a huge improvement when traveling - especially when you’re transporting fragile things like booze and gifts. Burying those things in a securely-sealed plastic bag inside a packing cube full of soft clothes vastly increases the chances of them surviving the trip. So glad I picked up a new two-pack of these during the recent mehrathon at this same price!
This may be one of the best deals ever on Meh $1 each very well made stacks, zippers stuck at first because of boxes inside the units to help keep shape very happy with this purchase, keep the boxes in the bigger units and it will be easier to keep whatever you put in it organized, will buy again fill them up and stick under the bed or couch …hope this review helps…exceeds expectations !!