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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 bags are fun and cute but they are expensive for being a ziplock bag. I don't see the point. They're good quality but okay I don't need to spend this much on a bag c'mon friend4
These bags are super cute, but I can't see myself paying the money for them. I feel like a regular zip bag would do the job just fine!3
Love these little long lasting bags!
The closing lock lasted my whole trip ( normal bags don't )
And they protected everything on my very very full duffle :)
I love mine. It's really cute and I don't have to worry about anything spilling inside of it, since its basically just a durable zip lock bag (so it can be cleaned).4
I liked the pattern on the bag and was using it for my makeup but after only two days the zipper separated from the bag- ziploc bags last longer and are much less expensive.2
This is basically a ziplock bag and I am not wild about the pattern. But I like the idea of making it more durable so that it can be reused a lot, more earth friendly!3
Maybe slightly thicker plastic (maybe), but for that price I can definitely afford to buy and replace many ordinary plastic zipper bags. Guess I don't care that much if my plastic bags have designs on them.1
I was disappointed in the quality of these bags. Yes, it was cute, but not for the price. I could see it used for frequent flyers;otherwise I would pass.3
I got one in my Birchbox. It is a glorified zip lock bag but that's ok. It has a cute print on it but I don't really have any use for it.3
My bag ripped before I even got the chance to use it. The plastic split away from the zipper. Could have just been a manufacturing error, but I wasn't too impressed.3