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Post #166063036 added 09-28-2023 1:40 AM by ktkn in Deal Talk
no, not the vacuum kind. It's just a regular stuff sack that has straps... so you can pull tight the straps to compress the contents and make smaller. ...
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Post #166046047 added 09-27-2023 6:42 AM by Timtek in Deal Talk
Already showing as $19.99 for me.
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Post #166044460 added 09-27-2023 2:51 AM by tricks in Deal Talk
Thanks! Can you link to "compression stuff sack"? Is that the same as the vacuum one the other poster mentioned and, if so, how are you guys finding a vacuum on the road?
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Post #166043803 added 09-27-2023 12:19 AM by bejoing in Deal Talk
YKK zippers have been around for decades. I've seen only a few zippered products with YKK zippers in recent years. Non YKK zips are inferior quality. Most or all of my zipper failures were non YKK.
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Post #166039303 added 09-26-2023 6:15 PM by ktkn in Deal Talk
if you're rolling clothes up, you're basically "compressing" every single piece of clothing individually, taking up less space and basically being able to fit more. If you use compression packing...
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Post #166039087 added 09-26-2023 6:04 PM by robertw477 in Deal Talk
At least the way I use them it doesnt take up more space, it doesnt really save space. Organizing only. I have no idea how it can take up more space the way i do it. Also pack lioghter and smaller....
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Post #166039051 added 09-26-2023 6:02 PM by ktkn in Deal Talk
Not sure how these compare but here are some other options: ...
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Post #166038832 added 09-26-2023 5:47 PM by ktkn in Deal Talk
You're both right... these are good for organization. However, the other poster is also right in that it takes up more space. These packing cubes will never save space, and will always take up more...
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Post #166036576 added 09-26-2023 3:32 PM by Bozihome in Deal Talk
Great deal. I bought two packs of these for 40+ bucks while traveling to Guam and it made it way easier to pack and separate clothes for the baby, wife and myself. Not too much compression power but...
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Post #166034902 added 09-26-2023 1:56 PM by robertw477 in Deal Talk
I travel alot. Ideally these are to stay organized. You check into a hotel and can pull out a few packs of clothing and toss them in a drawer etc. I am mostly wash and wear not iron type clothing....
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Post #166030312 added 09-26-2023 10:00 AM by flippinjeans in Deal Talk
Go.nex (remove the period from the brand name) is the brand that I have used for the past few years. The bags are good quality and have lasted me many trips (road trips, flights, camping, and more)....
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Post #166029826 added 09-26-2023 9:35 AM by BingSway in Deal Talk
In for 2, just in time for my upcoming Japan trip.
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Post #166028971 added 09-26-2023 8:53 AM by SKV4m in Deal Talk
As an infrequent business traveler just use a lightweight daypack
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Post #166020979 added 09-25-2023 7:27 PM by degenerated in Deal Talk
My eBags ones have held up great for 10 years. Not sure if they still make them like that. I’m not the type of person that is delicate with their stuff either.
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Post #166019866 added 09-25-2023 6:11 PM by Ignatz in Deal Talk
WHAT?!? Slickdeals doesn't do what they do for FREE?!? How dare they make money!!!
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Post #166019587 added 09-25-2023 5:53 PM by Deal-R-Dash in Deal Talk
The rollup vacuum travel bags are absolutely amazing. We use them for our dirty laundry to compress everything down while also keeping everything else in the suitcase clean. I made fun of my spouse...
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Post #166018954 added 09-25-2023 5:09 PM by manicmania900 in Deal Talk
I find that normal packing cubes take up more space than rolling & sectioning off your own suitcase. Compression packing cubes do help make more space, but they do cost more. These are cheap...
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Post #166018786 added 09-25-2023 4:58 PM by DesertCoyote in Deal Talk
I use a couple of cubes and also some stuff sacks from my camping gear. Also Ikea has some decent and low cost packing cubes.
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Post #166018051 added 09-25-2023 4:11 PM by robertw477 in Deal Talk
I actually carried a similar product. We sold for 20-22.00 a set. But we used the YKK good zippers and our seams didnt fall apart. Some of the overseas companies get tons of reviews (wink wink) and...
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Post #166017796 added 09-25-2023 3:54 PM by spamdie in Deal Talk
Yeah.. My problem with luggage and packing cubes made by Alphabet spam companies that appear on Amazon and nowhere else is the quality. I've gone through Name brand packing cubes. Hell even...
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