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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.
this plastic bag is cute, but that is about it....it is basically a plastic bag that you would get at the grocery store except it has a picture on it...i am just not sure what I will do with it, other than put a sandwich or fruit in it......it confuses me that you would buy this...1
i have no use for this bag. overpriced and useless. wish i could have had a different product in my box instead :/1
This bag was okay, but in essence it was just a pretty sandwich bag. The plastic was a little more heavy-duty, and the designs were pretty, but this wasn't anything special.1
I feel like this was a waste of space in my Birchbox. The bag is to small for most things.1
These are cute but who in their right mind would pay so much for a disposable plastic bag? Waste of money!1
I signed up for birchbox to try new products knowing I wouldn't really care for some of them... this is one of the ones I do not really care for. Its just a zip lock bag. Not that special.
On the other note, for those who are willing to pay for embellished zip lock bags, its pretty good quality. Mine is holding computer cables.
I like the function of the tili Bag, and I'm definitely going to use it the next time I fly; it's a nice, convenient quart size. The problem is that I hate all three of the design sets. Leopard print is really not my thing, and I'd say making it neon exacerbates the problem, but I can't really admit I'd use anything leopard print to begin with. I will say that it feels nice and sturdy, and a 12-pack for just under $9 is a pretty good deal, and less wasteful than using regular ziplocs. If they come out with some different designs, I might buy some for myself. I definitely recommend this product based on its functionality, though -- I'm not calling the designs bad or anything, just really not my personal style.1
In my teens, I probably would have found value in a designed Ziploc. These days, the clear version seems more practical. Cute but I'll take the clear version.1
This is probably one of the dumbest products I have ever seen. It's basically a fancy ziplock bag. I don't know why anyone would spend extra money on this product.1
The concept was great but the execution was terribly flawed. I put one item in the bag and instead of it closing when I slide the closure, it cut it open and eventually came completely off the track. Very disappointing.1