Eagle Creek Travel Gear Luggage Pack-It Half Packing Cube, Torch Red, One Size
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- Recycled Ecolite Weave, Mesh Polyester
- Perfect for, See-through mesh lid makes it perfect for packing items that don't wrinkle, like T-shirts and socks
- Quick grab handle
- Mesh top for visibility and breathability
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Maximize space and simplify packing with pack-it cubes, For t-shirts, jeans, underwear or socks, If you can roll 'em, pack-it cubes can hold 'em
- Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 7.1 x 3.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces
- ASIN: B00708LACM
- Item model number: EC-41058007
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 21, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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For travel, this mid-size cube is good for just about anything... socks/underwear, shorts, a couple rolled t-shirts, etc. I have selected the red and blue models of these packing cubes because, like too many other travel accessories, black items tend to "disappear" in a suitcase.
The Eagle Creek cubes are durable -- haven't broken one yet. They hold up well in the washer/dryer, which is important if you pack dirty clothes back into the cubes.
The coloring option is nice so you can quickly identify which one contains what. The only thing that would be better if it was a bit more elastic so I can shove in one or two more things in a pinch. I've used the Rick Steve packing cubes which do just that, but with a wirey frame that ending up warping when I put it in the dryer once.
Despite my 4 stars, it is still something I recommend getting if you're traveling. If only just to save a few more seconds when searching for your one clean pair of Ex-Officio underwears.
As a former math teacher, my only gripe is with its name. It definitely NOT a "half cube." Stacking 4 of these on top of each other and one would get something that is ALMOST a cube, but the pile would still be longer on one side than the other two. Better to call it a rectangular parallelepiped and leave it at that! :) <--it's a joke, folks!
They are sturdy and well made.
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.
I will never travel again without Pack-It Cubes.