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Traveling Days : EatSmart Packing Cube Set Review!

Hello Neighbors!

We are doing great here!  Staying busy at the house, but we are also getting ready to take another trip to The Creation Museum.  I can't tell you how thankful I was on our last trip to have the 5 Piece Packing Cubes Set from EatSmart!



As I told you above, EatSmart sent me their 5 Piece Packing Cubes Set for me to feature during Traveling Days At the Fence.  I received it in the brilliant Red.  This was so helpful to have on our last trip, and I am looking forward to using them again this trip.




Here is a little bit about the TravelWise 5 Piece Packing Cube Set, and why it is so useful for frequent travelers like me... "The TravelWise 5 piece packing cube set is a travel essential that allows clothes to stay folded and neat when packed in their own "small drawers". The cubes are fantastic for staying organized on both short and long travels and help you avoid over packing.
Constructed of lightweight, durable nylon, these multi-sized cubes allow you to compartmentalize similar items such as shirts, pants, undies and electronic accessories and streamline packing.

The open mesh panel affords breathability and visibility--no more digging through luggage to find that elusive sock. Suitcase security checks are less daunting since screeners can easily view contents through the mesh insert without causing suitcase havoc.
For extended trips that include a different city/ hotel every few days, TravelWise packing cubes let you " unpack without unpacking". Simply take out the cubes as needed , then pop them back in your suitcase when leaving."



These are the perfect sizes!  I have been told that I am picky when it comes to packing... I'm really not sure why though.  I mean, come on... doesn't everybody plan what they will wear each day of the trip, fold everything needed for each outfit together, and then pack the "outfits" where the one you will need each day is at the top of your suitcase, and then the next day the outfit for that day is at the top of the suitcase and so on?  Okay, so maybe I overthink this just a little.  :)  So, if you are a picky packer like me, these are truly a lifesaver!


My sisters have each decided that they want a set for our trips, but especially for the cruise we are taking this coming February.  These will be so very helpful.  If you travel semi-regularly at all, you definitely need to purchase yourself a set of these!  You can purchase these (as well as sets of three cubes, a luggage scale, etc.) on the EatSmart Website.  


You can also keep an eye on their Facebook Page and Twitter Page as they occasionally have giveaways, as well as posting about their products, recipes, etc.  


Comments

Patricia N said…
Thanks for the review! I have seen these before and wondered if they were worth it. I'll be checking them out since we travel quite a bit.
Unknown said…
Great travel set! I love the red color too.
Christy DuBois said…
I can definitely see where these are ideal for trips where each night or so is at a different hotel/place, as you said. I'm not organized enough to pack this way anymore but am striving to get back to that point. Thanks for such a good review.

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