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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 just weren't for me. Esentially a ziplock with a cute design on them.1
If you have extra money around, then yes, why not. It's cute looking but in the end ... it just a plastic bag. no to purchasing!1
I wouldn't waste my money on it. Plus I don't think the designs are even that cute.1
I think they are sort of pointless - who doesn't have a ziplock bag they can use for the same purpose?1
I was excited to try this on my vacation until it ripped the first time I put product in it :0(1
I didn't see the point of this at all. Overpriced Ziploc bags is what they are. Since they are decorated, I'd still have to open it for security to review when it goes in my carryon bag.1
It's just a plastic bag. You can't use them for your liquids while flying, either; the bags have to be completely clear.1
These are simply ziplock bags with a design on them. They are not really something you would want to reuse (as they are just like ziplocks) but are too expensive to be worth it. Ziplocks that are required for your liquids on your airline carryone lugguage MUST be see through so these could not work in that fashion (as the info card suggests using it).1
i've never seen something so ugly and pointless! i'd rather use a ziplock!1
It's a freezer-weight Ziploc-like bag. With a garish design printed on it. The only possible reason I see for this thing is the opacity, but that nixes it for carry-on air travel use, which is the ONLY time I ever put stuff into petroleum-based hard-to-recycle plastic bags.1