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Traveling can be a stressful experience—whether we’re going through airport security or catching a subway during rush hour. After spilling the contents of our purse in public one too many times, we turned to tili’s stylish reusable bags. They’re small enough to fit inside your purse or carry-on but large enough to hold all your lip glosses, loose change, or travel-sized toiletries. Each pack comes in three colorful varieties.
These might be cute to 10 year olds because of the color... but I am in my late 20's and know better. They are basically just ziplock bags that maybe you could throw toiletries for traveling. I have pretty makeup bags for traveling etc. but when it comes to buying something to throw travel shampoo in... I can get along just fine with a regular inexpensive ziplock.1
I would not recommend these bags because again, I don't feel that it is worth the price. This is just my opinion though.1
Here's a plastic bag with a print on it, in case you don't own a makeup bag or have never heard of Ziploc.1
While they are cute, a clear plastic bag is a lot more practical when traveling so you can easily see what is in it.1
Really...again. I can't believe it. They are really cheesy looking. I mean Ziploc and Hefty both have special edition bags for different seasons. Buy those if plain old clear is not good enough. I don't feel chic carrying this.1
I'm really confused by this product. It's a ziplock bag with a print on it. It's essentially disposable, why would anyone pay for this? If the point is to just have a really thin, colorful plastic bag then I guess they've hit their mark, but who would pay for it?1
The prints were nice, but that's about it. For all the reasons they state you might need one of these bags, a plain ziplock bag would do the trick. I don't see spending $8+ on a plastic bag... Just not for me.1
i thought this was a pointless product, would have loved something a beauty product, not a plastic baggie.1
the slide come off with the first use. didn't hold much either.1
It's a zippy bag with a pattern printed on it. I cannot imagine a situation where I would think to myself, "Gee, I'd really like to buy this product. Is there a way I can make it less useful, but also pay more than I need to?" The printed pattern means you can't really see what's inside the bag, which is a big negative. Think I'll just stick with ziplock brand bags.1