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Discussion in 'General EDC Discussion' started by greymethod, Aug 22, 2010.
I need a new one (for trips not involving airplanes) and have no idea where to look. Suggestions?
Eagle Creek - Koala (Yellow)
Had it for years, and love it. Used it when visiting friends, travelling on business, camping, boating - everything. Still going strong after many many trips
I use an L.L. Bean one similar to this: http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/51638?from=SR&feat=sr
They don't carry the exact model I use anymore, but that one is very similar.
I'd like to see how the Maxpedition toiletry bag works out.
I use an LLBean that they don't seem to make any more: It's a mini-duffel bag (mine is in yellow).
BTW, I use an old LandsEnd bag to hold all the miscellaneous chargers, cables, etc that modern life needs (cellphone, PDA, external power for HD's, camera chargers, etc).
lock and lock container. I switched to it after leaving an Eagle Creek bag hanging on the door in a motel.
I use a standard black leather toiletry bag, handle at one end and zip along the top. Has served me well for a few years and continents.
I have a black Muji toiletry bag that I bought on Oxford Street about three years ago. Because of its rugged plastic construction, it's a product that you can abuse stronger without having to worry about it getting damaged. Has a hanger, too, so it works like a cabinet. While a leather version would have been nicer, it would be more expensive and sensitive to scratches. If they still stock it, you should get one of the Muji versions.
My friend has a large toiletry bag from Flight 001 that is massive and seduces you to overpack. Not bad construction but I would prefer something more compact. Most hotels provide certain basic essentials and for airline travel (I know, not askd here) you need to transfer all your liquids into a mundane plastic bag anyway.
I use a velcro bag from an old medpacks tac bag.
A toiletry bag from the travel section at Target. The are made of canvas and come in gray/black, OD green, and black w/ gray skulls.
One of these: http://www.urbanindustry.co.uk/products/product.asp?func=show&id=7003&sid=294
Excellent layout and can fit loads in when you need it.
An older Cascade Designs dry-bag. It's similar to the ones in the link, but mine has fiber reinforcement in the material.