Space Compressible Bag BRS-9212ZG Vacuum-Seal Travel Roll Bags, Set of 4
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- 2 carry-on-size and 2 suitcase-size reusable transparent travel bags
- Vacuum-seal design creates up to twice as much storage space
- Roll air out through the one-way valve to compress bulky items
- Airtight and watertight seal protects against dirt, moisture, bugs, and odors
- Carry-on-size measures 13-1/2 by 19-1/2 inches; suitcase-size measures 18 by 22-1/2 inches
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ITW Space Bags travel bags are made of the same durable material that our regular space bags are made of so you can use them over and over again. Because of the clear see through film, you can keep your cloths organized for speedy security checks at airports. Not only can you pack twice as much in your suitcase now, but as you use your travel bags they will keep dirty and damp cloths away from your clean clothes. To use, simply load your travel space bag and starting at the zippered end roll the air out for a tight sealed package. Then add all those items you would not have had room for in your suitcase!!
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These are what made it happen. I roll my clothes tightly, stuff them in the bag up to the line (think Tetris, and fill the space), then roll out the air. And when I say "roll out the air" I mean roll it out, pushing hard, then kneel on top of it, and try to get every tiny bit of air out. You'll be surprised how much you can compress things in these! Yes, the clothes will wrinkle a bit, and I wouldn't use these for dressy clothes, but if you've mostly got knits they'll be fine. Nice hotels have irons, and if you're backpacking, hiking or working at a camp in the jungle you probably won't care too much if your t-shirt starts the day wrinkled. As a bonus, if it pours rain while your bag is on top of the bus, your clothes will stay dry in these bags! They can also help keep unwanted insects out of your stuff, if you seal them back up as you take things out. This is needed in certain areas of the world.
The blue slider things on space bags never stay on. It's OK, you don't need them, just close them like a ziplock. These work better than just using a ziplock, though, as they are heavier plastic and have a vent to let the air out. I highly recommend these for traveling, I've found them very helpful!
The bags ziploc closed and then you have to try and press all the air out. The bags themselves are fairly think plastic so you have to be careful not to damage them. One metal gromet or zipper tab can quickly put a hole in your bag. I've fixed bags with scotch tape so it's not completely hopeless. Additionally, be careful with the zip portion, they can be somewhat hard to open and close and if you end up messing up the zip lock or ripping the plastic when you try to open it you'll ruin the bags.
I think I traveled very often I would consider some higher quality compression bags or maybe the permanant bag organizers made of fabric.