BAGAIL – Our New Packing Cubes Luggage Organizers and Why You Should Have It On Your Travels

By Kach Umandap - Howe April 17th, 2019 Posted in Travel Blog No comments

As anyone who loves traveling knows, one of the biggest chores of preparing for any trip is the dreaded process of packing! It takes hours, or even days to figure out all the various climates you’ll be traveling through and what range of layers, types of shoes and then of course all the toiletries you’re going to need.

When you finally get done with all of that, you look at all of your neatly folded piles on the floor, then look at your suitcase or backpack, and you realize that every day you are going to have to pull your whole bag apart just to find that one t-shirt you want to wear before repacking it all over again!

When we first came across Packing Cubes we were amazed that we hadn’t thought of something like it before! We have since had several different varieties of packing cubes and because we travel so much we have even used some of them to the point of destruction!

We are particularly pleased with our latest set of packing cubes, from Bagail.

Obviously, all packing cubes have a lot in common; lightweight fabric bags, with a zipper and a mesh panel to see what’s inside without opening everything.

What makes the Bagail packing cubes stand out to us are a variety of subtle and not-so-subtle differences, which should help to make them more effective, longer lasting and most importantly – greater space efficiency!

Here is the new Bagail Packing Cube ranges that we’ll be trying out on our next trip!

BAGAIL Ultralight Compression Packing Cubes for Carry-On-Luggage

Any travel accessory that allows you to avoid checking in luggage and use hand-carry only is worth having in our opinion!

The double-zipper design allows these compressing packing cubes to reduce in size by as much as 60%, which is a huge space saving! Of course, this also works the opposite way as well; If you have extra space you can simply expand the cubes and pack in more clothes!

The 40D ripstop nylon is lightweight yet super-strong and water resistant too, double-stitched to resist the strain of over-stuffing.

Bagail 6 Set Packing Cubes in 3 Various Sizes for Travel Luggage

This set of Bagail Packing Cubes is going to become our go-to packing system for big bags and large suitcases.

Their size and shape are designed to fit perfectly into a suitcase in a variety of orientations to make packing as neat and efficient as possible.

The combination of ripstop fabric and mesh allows the bags to breathe while being able to see what’s inside each bag.

When we stay somewhere for longer, we like to use our packing cubes as convenient day bags for carrying smaller items around with us, so the handles are extremely useful for this purpose too.

They come in an impressive range of color and pattern combinations, so you can even match them to your existing luggage, or your own unique travel style!

BAGAIL 7-Pcs Lightweight Luggage Packing Organizers Packing Cubes for Travel Accessories

The Bagail Packing Cube set is their ultimate packing solution! This set of 7 smart packing bags covers every aspect of your suitcase to keep all your belonging organized, protected and even separate the dirty from the clean!

The combination of Extra Large, Large and Small packing cubes keeps non-crease items like shirts and dress as neat as possible while providing space to squish in less-sensitive things like casual t-shirts and underwear.

The shoe and laundry bag is a godsend because I cannot count the number of times I have had dirty marks on my clean clothes from my shoes moving around in the bag. You also don’t want dirty clothes rubbing all over your clean ones!

The included toiletry bag will help to prevent unwanted spillages of toothpaste and shampoo while making it all very easy to find.

The electronics and cable bag helps to keep all those precious items a little bit safer as your bag goes through the rigors of international travel!

All-in-all, we are very impressed by the Bagail Packing Cubes and accessory organizing system and can’t wait to use them on all of our future trips! 

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Written by Kach Umandap - Howe

Co-Founder of Two Monkeys Travel Group. Since 2013, Kach has visited all the 7 continents (including Antarctica) and 143 countries using her Philippines Passport. In 2016, she got married then a year later bought a sailboat and went on sailing adventures with her two cats - Captain Ahab & Little Zissou in the Caribbean for 2 years. She now lives in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. She writes about her experiences traveling as a Filipina traveler with a PHL Passport. Also tips on backpacking trips, luxury hotel experiences, product reviews, sailing & adventure travel.

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