Upright - Garment Bags
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Wed Sep 02 00:00:00 MDT 2009adampmn Rating:1.0
I am a road warrior and have owned many garment bags. Usually I buy Samsonite or Atlantic and stay away from the cheap ones and should have stuck to my game plan this time. This bag does not stand upright when it is filled. It constantly falls over which is very annoying. For some reason the hanging part for your hooks are on the bottom of the bag when it is standing upright instead of on the top which means all of your clothes droop when travelling and get wrinkled. There are some nice features, the outer pockets are roomy and the zipper to open the bag opens up more of the bag than most others I've seen. Overall I would stay away from this bag and I will not be buying an Travelers Choice garment bag again.
Mon Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2011abnormalcurve Rating:5.0
Seems like quality material. Large capacity. Folded and air squeezed out, fits carry-on size limitation. Your hangers (sticking out) are THE means to hang bag. Be careful: While carrying handles velcro together and make for comfortable grip, the hangers are sticking out there, and, depending on your hangers, may be sharp, so don't cut yourself! Not sure how to use the "velcro" strap. My guess was to wrap it around the hanger stems. Finally: Bag's supple floppyness doesn't really lend itself to being set down "upright" (as opposed to on its side). When you do, bag flares open into a big "V" constrained only by the two handles that you've presumably velcroed together. (If not, bag will just flop flat open.) This is a little bulky- and awkward-looking. All in all, though, I'm satisfied.
Fri Jun 13 00:00:00 MDT 2008jjbjj Rating:4.0
Anything I buy from overstock I am usually very pleased with. When I saw this bag, I thought, "this is going to be great". It looked like it was in great shape and everything. I do not think this is overstock's fault, but the bag itself it kind of manufactured cheaply, in terms of how things are screwed in together- I do not think it will last long. The handle that you carry it with already broke on my first trip because it got stuck. I could not push it down and therefore by my forcing it down, it broke. Also, the bad does not stand upright- it kept falling down on its side. I didnt even have that many clothes in it. Well anyway, overall, it's a nice bag that holds a fair amount of clothing and shoes, but it's designed arkwardly and again that is more on the manufacturer's part. I still love overstock!!!
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