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💥The first thing I'd like to focus on is the Peak Design wash pouch that is one of the items part of the 45L Travel Backpack bundle in the Travel Line. This is essentially a toiletry bag but built to Peak Design's thorough design and with usability and versatility in mind. This is my detailed review of the pouch and how it stacks up with others in the market.
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What's your current favourite toiletry bag that you use for your travels? What makes it good? Do you think the Peak Design Wash Pouch is going fit your needs and are you going to pick it up?
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The stuff you bring seems like the opposite of minimal. Soooo much stuff!
I feel like the PD is a great toiletry bag, but a terrible travel toiletry bag. The many pockets are gonna be a pain in the ass when going through airport security.
I have ended up using a pain, single compartment toiletry dopp kit into which I drop my clear zip lock bag. This system allows super speedy passage of security.
makanimike I agree - I travel a lot for work and use a separate quart sized clear travel bag for all of my liquids. I don’t see how TSA would allow liquids stored individually in this PD bag, unless you’re checking your bag.
+Going Awesome Places that's too much work for me lol. I have a single compartment bag (it came free with a Clinique for Men Travel Kit). In that I have my non liquid items, and I drop my clear bag of liquids in it. I got one of those heavy duty plastic bags from the drug store, not a regular zip lock. Come security area I can open my suitcase, grab the toiletry bag without having to pamper it, and then place it in my tray for the X-ray.
It's my standard travel kit - sure I could bring a little less but it's my compromise between minimalist and comfort. While yes I could travel with just a ziplock bag, that's also a bit of a pain to travel with especially when you want to get something quickly without digging your fingers in to find the right thing or just outright pulling everything out. That said, depending on which airports you frequently go through, you might need to (especially London) but even if I travel through LHR, I just know to have a ziplock bag handy for flying and then when I'm on the road again, I just transfer everything back to a toiletry bag like this one or perhaps the Sea to Summit.
For the wash pouch, I kind of just put it either vertically or horizontally on top of my small camera cube. Or I put it right beside the camera cube. Check out my latest video about comparing the 45L to the 20L (part 1) and 30L (part 2)
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