eBags Classic 4pc Packing Cubes (Titanium)
Enhance your purchase
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||17.52 x 12.6 x 3.15 inches|
|Number of Sets||4|
About this item
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- INCLUDES 4 PACKING CUBES: Large (17.5" x 12.75" x 3.25"), Medium (13.75" x 9.75" x 3"), Small (11" x 6.75" x 3"), Slim (14" x 5" x 2.75")
- SUPERIOR QUALITY: Made with breathable, Techlite Diamond Nylon, premium YKK zippers, and fabric-bound interior seams that prevent snags from occurring
- DURABLE & CONVENIENT: Interior seams fully finished for durability and soft mesh tops won't damage delicate fabrics or dress clothes. Mesh allows for easy identification - no more digging around!
- STAY ORGANIZED: eBags travel packing cubes make the best possible use of valuable packing space and keep everything contained. No more wrinkled clothes and gain more room in your luggage.
- LIFETIME GUARANTEE: Guaranteed for life under eBags Lifetime Warranty. eBags products are made with high quality materials and forward-thinking design.
Frequently bought together
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Travel with your clothing and other essentials organized neatly inside this four piece packing cube set. The ebags Packing Cubes - 4pc Classic Plus Set is made from TechLite diamond nylon and includes one small cube, one medium cube, one large cube, and one large slim cube. Each cube is ideal for holding different types of items, so it's easy to separate tops, pants, tee shirts, and undergarments and socks inside your travel bag. The interior of each cube is finished with full seams, while the top features mesh panels for ventilation and visibility of the contents you've packed inside.
From the manufacturer
Pack like a neat freak. Even if you aren’t one.
Once you’ve experienced eBags Packing Cubes, you’ll wonder how you ever traveled without them. Not only do they keep everything contained in your luggage but they maximize valuable packing space. And you’ll appreciate them immensely if ever randomly selected for TSA inspection – best to keep your unmentionables discreetly tucked into an eBags packing cube! Once you arrive at your destination they become drawers for your drawers – unpacking is a snap.
The Difference is in the Details
Designed with premium YKK zippers, breathable nylon, fabric bound interior seams that ensure a snag-free inside that never frays & mesh tops to keep things breezy.
There’s a cube for everything!
Choose from 10 colors for yourself and your family - as soon as you open your suitcase, you'll know exactly whose is whose and what is where.
Drawers for your Drawers
eBags Packing Cubes are sized to fit perfectly in your luggage and hotel drawers. With so many size options, you’re sure to find the best fit.
Guaranteed for Life. That’s a really long time.
No matter what you pack into a product by eBags, you can be certain we put a lot of thought into it first. Like countless hours of design, quality materials, reinforced zippers, forward thinking, and customer suggestions. We compromise on nothing. So we can feel good about what we make, and you can feel good about what you buy. It’s why our products are guaranteed for life. And that’s a really long time.
Reviews with images
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Oh, and I was not gifted anything related to my review. -I just decided to take a few minutes and provide feedback on an item I'm genuinely impressed with. Hope this was helpful. Cheers ~
I am obsessed with effiency but also don't typically take the time to keep my luggage organized while traveling, so my suitcase usually ends up a huge mess, which leads to me digging around for what I need (not to mention dirty clothes mingling with clean clothes...). Add in a tendency to overpack and I realized I needed a little organization to rein myself in. My husband shares some of my tendencies, so we both got this 4-piece set to see if packing cubes would change our lives as much as other folks said.
We quickly went on a weekend trip and I found them very helpful when packing in a gym-bag-style sports duffel that I use for short trips. I stayed much more organized than normal. I've also used these babies in a large, shapeless duffel and they were my saving grace. I used them while camping and loved being able to stuff just the cubes under my cot and take them out as needed as if from a little chest of drawers under my bed.
The real acid test was when we used them on a 7-day trip to NYC, New Jersey, and Philadelphia to visit with family and sightsee during the Christmas/New Years season. We stayed in three different locations, with only no more than 2 nights in a row in the same place. And we don't like to check bags, so we were sticking with carry-on size luggage. The cubes made it easy to pack for different destinations into a smaller bag, because the cubes act like drawers for compartmentalizing different types of clothing. I was able to pack all of my clothes into the medium packing cube for our 2-day, one-night foray into NYC, and stick the cube and my toiletries/cosmetics bag into my backpack (it's a Patagonia 28L Refugio, for size reference). When we got to the hotel in NYC, rather than fumbling through my pack for everything (as I have in the past), I just took the packing cube out, stuck it in a drawer, deposited my backpack in the closet, and presto, done. I should also mention that we are from the South, so we layered up with long johns, hats, scarves, long sleeves and wool coats (I do admit that the long johns wound up being excessive).
Because I like to read how others use packing cubes, here's how we use ours:
I roll just about everything (even my underwear... no kidding), and usually I eschew the largest size cube (more on that in the below paragraph), preferring to use the medium cube as my primary. After buying these cubes, I found a two-compartment lingerie bag (one side says "wash me" the other "wear me") from Lilly Pulitzer that I like to use for bras and underwear. On a typical weekend trip, I put a pair of jeans, a pair of sweatpants, 2-3 nice/casual tanks or tees, cotton or rayon skirt and/or dress, and a button down in the medium cube, and roll up my PJs (jersey cotton boxer shorts and large t-shirts) and stuff them in where I can find a crack. I roll everything except the button down (and sometimes the dress); that I fold neatly and place on top, because I can't seem to keep the collar looking decent when I roll button downs. Into my bag go the medium cube, my lingerie bag, and my toiletry bag, with a sweatshirt and jacket laid across the top. Shoes go in a separate compartment on my gym-style duffel. On longer trips (long weekends, e.g.) I do the same, but usually PJs have to go in the small packing cube, and I will often stuff the sweatpants in with the PJs to make more room for pants/another bulky item in the medium cube. After I wear clothes, I turn them inside out, fold and roll them, and put them in the left side of the cube that they go in; this keeps them from getting wrinkled when I (most likely) wear them again (so sue me).
My husband always packs in a carry-on size rolling suitcase. He folds his clothes and does use the largest cube. He puts a few pairs of pants/shorts, a few shirts, and a button down or two in the large cube. Underwear and socks go in the medium or small cube, depending on how many days we're going. PJ pants and a few comfy t-shirts either go in the large cube with everything else, or in their own cube (again, depending on the number of days). He puts his shoes in a laundry bag that came with his suitcase, and in they go with the large cube at the bottom, then the medium cube and shoes, toiletry kit on top. He typically keeps his dirty clothes loose in his suitcase then packs 'em all in a plastic bag before we leave.
Note on the toiletry kit: I found that my previous toiletry bag took up too much vertical space in my bag; I had a couple layers of nice, flat, uniform shapes, then an awkward bulk that made it difficult to zip my suitcase. I found the perfect antidote in the eBags Pack it Flat toiletry bag. It is quite long, longer than 12 inches, so when packing in my weekend bag I have to squish the ends to make it fit, but it is absolutely ideal for rolling suitcases. My husband and I both have one and love them. When staying with family (as we usually do), I just grab my pajama cube, stick the underwear I'll change into in the bag, and grab my toiletry kit, and carry both by the handles to the bathroom rather than stuffing clothes, shampoo, etc. in my arms and hoping I don't forget something.
The one con of this set in particular is that, like other reviewers, I don't find the large cube to be all that helpful. The only time I have really used it was when we went on our NYC/NJ trip and used it for sweaters, but 2 medium cubes would have been more helpful. I like to stuff the cubes to compress my items a bit, and the large just isn't conducive to that in my experience. My husband, however, likes it, because he can stack folded pants easily as he would in his drawers at home. Also, note that having packing cubes will not magically make you happy to compartmentalize your clothes when changing rapidly and getting out the door; there is a lot of zipping and unzipping involved when you are getting outfits together, depending on how you use these cubes. I admit that I often end up with a third of my clothes organized and in cubes and the other 2 thirds stuffed in my suitcase above, and end up re-organizing intermittently when we have downtime (or just before packing up to leave). That being said, by planning ahead and getting out my outfit for the next day while getting my pajamas out each evening, I wind up a much happier (and more organized) camper.
- use different colors for different children. I have twins girls that like to choose their own outfits when we go on vacation. I pack their clothes in different colored cubes so that they don't argue over who brought which outfit
- I like to pack outfits into each cube. When I get to my destination I just put the entire cube into the drawer as-is and I'm unpacked! All my outfits are ready for each day.
- when returning back home, I separate my cubes by clean and dirty clothes. Once home, I just throw the dirty clothes in the the laundry.
I've used these for our other trips as well. I roll my son's clothes up in one of them, and it's so much easier for him to get his stuff. I unzip and put them in a drawer in the hotel or house we are staying at. I don't have to take anything out and unpack it, it just stays in the bag, gets worn, then goes to the dirty laundry bag.
I LOVE THESE. I would prefer two of the 2nd largest ones, that is my favorite size. They are lightweight and easy to store when not using them.
I highly recommend these.
Top reviews from other countries
This set is perfect it has a large bag perfect for pants, dresses, shirts etc.
I do think with my 2 sets I have everything I need now. So if you need all sizes buy both!!!
Great quality items.