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Yes, the largest one will take a standard pillow. I tested with one before my last trip (standard bed, not king size). Keep in mind you'll need some muscle to get the pillow in there!
Karen
· March 11, 2019
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Just a few ounces. They are very light
T. Romano
· September 29, 2020
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The material is thin but I don’t think they’ the breathable you’re looking for. I would only use them for travel purposes only to fit more items in your bags not as a storage for your clothes for a long period. But as long as your clothes are completely dry and clean I wouldn’t think they would get musky. Hope this helps!
David
· April 30, 2019
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These are fabric not plastic so I did not notice a smell. However, I always put a dryer sheet in our suitcases. Hope this helps.
SGT
· September 8, 2019
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No, sorry
Patty
· September 19, 2019
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They're ripstop nylon so they're relatively water resistant but not waterproof.
Melissa
· November 25, 2020
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Not really the same at all. I found those zip lock bags aren't as practical. I've had trouble resealing those after many uses. These have 2 set of zippers, one to allow clothes to be packed in, a second on the side to condense the package. Really good to keep smaller items, underwear, long underwear, socks, gloves, sc… see more Not really the same at all. I found those zip lock bags aren't as practical. I've had trouble resealing those after many uses. These have 2 set of zippers, one to allow clothes to be packed in, a second on the side to condense the package. Really good to keep smaller items, underwear, long underwear, socks, gloves, scarves organized and in one place. Roll up lightweight shirts and pack as well in the larger ones. Even a couple pairs of jeans in the larger ones. see less Not really the same at all. I found those zip lock bags aren't as practical. I've had trouble resealing those after many uses. These have 2 set of zippers, one to allow clothes to be packed in, a second on the side to condense the package. Really good to keep smaller items, underwear, long underwear, socks, gloves, scarves organized and in one place. Roll up lightweight shirts and pack as well in the larger ones. Even a couple pairs of jeans in the larger ones.
C. Batista
· June 25, 2019
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Not sure what plastic ones you're talking about. Not sure they're even supposed to compress better than the plastic ones. What these cubes do is compress better than the Gonex packing cubes that don't compress.
Kane
· August 3, 2019
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I’m not sure, I have not returned the product.
Nubien Lazo Princess
· June 2, 2019
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Using the zipper
UNE
· December 2, 2020