I was surprised when I received this because it is so large. If you have a newer spinner case, this will take up the width of it and less than half the depth It is large enough to hold at least 6 pairs of jeans/pants (women's) rolled up. It won't hold that many if you pack them flat. If you pack all your clothing into some combination of packing cube sizes, it will greatly reduce your frustration if you have to live out of your suitcase while traveling. Make sure you double check the dimensions of this cube against the interior of your suitcase, as it may not fit into some roll-ons.
Started using packing cubes about 5 years ago and just order a few more for an upcoming trip where I had to pack an insane amount of stuff. I was able to get 3 pairs of dress pants, 4 pairs of shorts, 4 casual shirts, and 2 tanks in this little thing. The KEY is rolling. My things are less wrinkled upon arrival and unlike my girlfriends it only took me 5 minutes to unpack. Combine this with the eagle creek packing envelope and you will make your life 100% easier. 2 of my girlfriends came home and ordered these after our trip. OCD packing is just better.
The eagle creek bags are very well made and I like the fact they are double stitched at the zippers. This size fits perfectly in a 21 inch bag and is great for shorts and slacks, or skirts. Buy the regular cube for shirts. Half cube is perfect for underwear, nightgowns, socks, etc. They make double sided cubes which are great also. I mailed back another brand cube that was not the quality of eagle creek.
I love this stuff from eagle creek. It helps to organize clothes and help them not needing to iron press them minimizing wrinkles. This one has two zippers for two different compartments. One in the front and one in the back. I put shorts and underwear togheter, for example. Or t-shirts. There some of these smaller and longer for socks or underwear that I also bought http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002YIR8SS/ref=gno_cart_title_4?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER That is wonderful. Result: my suitcase is always well organized and I have access to all my clothes fast without messing them and avoiding ironing. The socks stuff I mentioned I also use to put notebook power supply and cord extension (and other cables) in my backpack so I do not have to find and have loose cables in it. Well worth the price. They do have a device for long and short sleeve shirts that is wonderful to avoid ironing and really works.Eagle Creek Travel Gear Pack-It Folder 18. http://www.amazon.com/Eagle-Creek-Travel-Gear-Pack-It/dp/B002YIPBSM/ref=cts_ap_3_fbt. I am brazilian I do not work for them but I consume a lot and I seriouly take in consideration reviews posted here that are useful and helps me to buy things that works avoding paying for wrong products
The Eagle Creek Pack-It cubes are well worth the money. We used these during a recent multi-week trip to Europe and they were great. We switched hotels every couple of days and they made unpacking and repacking a cinch. The time saved on re-packing our bags alone make these a no brainer. It was truly delightful to have my pack as organized and compact on the last day of a month-long trip as on the first day.
We bought a variety of sizes and that turned out to be an excellent idea. As we used clothes we were able to consolidate cubes as necessary. We stored our dirty clothes in the Eagle Creek compression sacs.
Finally, a reasonable solution to packing! My recent vacation involved a number of overnights in different places (with varying weather conditions). Packing could have been a nightmare, but I bought several Eagle Creek travel cubes, and an envelope, and it was a breeze. I was able to pack in a trice and when I was on the road, I could take out what I needed for a given location without having to search for what I needed. They were so good that I am going to use them for my weekend trips too!
Much larger than I expected. However, with travel to different climates coming up, the need to pack jackets and sweatshirts required a larger cube. My largest cube couldn't handle so this item will be getting a stern test. I got a bunch of cubes in different colors and sizes. This one is big! Got lots of confidence in Eagle Creek. I have a bunch of their travel products.
I really like this idea and it means that when I open my luggage everything is rolled or flat and waiting and I find that I leave the cubes in the drawers on the ship or the hotel. Unpacking is quick and repacking is as well. I'm sure the TSA agents also like how easy it is to make a quick scan/search of my luggage as well. If you pack them tight and nothing moves much, it's better because nothing is wrinkled that way. I have used my cubes for years and add to them as the need arises. This is the "big girl" version of my previous packing in plastic bags (although I STILL use plastic bags for lotions and other stuff that might spill). While traveling I select the bigger cubes for dirty clothes so when I get home my laundry is already sorted in white and colored garment loads.