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baggallini The Bucket Convertible Handbag (For Women)

Closeouts. Can your purse swap from bag to backpack in mere seconds? baggallini's The Bucket convertible handbag can, making it perfect for crossbody and hands-free carry alike. Two large zip compartments corral your on-the-go essentials, and the water-resistant exterior stands up to the perils of water, stains and more.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by ACB from Iowa on Tuesday, November 8, 2016
    This bag is described as a crossover or cross body. This was not the case. Nice materials and construction.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bluesforeleanor from Illinois on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
    Bag was a little bigger than I thought it would be. Lots of pockets and zippers. Resulted in me not so easily being able to locate my keys but I suppose I could try and put them in the same pocket each time. Phone pockets are nice but would be probably pretty easy to steal phone if I wore as a backpack. I purchased the red one and was a very bright, nice color.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by maggieww from tennessee on Monday, February 1, 2016
    I love baggalini products because they usually have all kinds of pockets for your small items that would normally drift to the bottom of the bag. This purse doesn't have as many as others I've used. There is also a center section that closes with a magnet. The magnet isn't very strong and isn't placed well, especially when the other sections are full, so it doesn't really work well. There are two small outside pockets that can be used for cell phone storage, one with an eyelet for threading your earbuds cord through. It's a nice product.
  • Reviewed by Nancy from Northern California on Saturday, January 16, 2016
    I tend to buy small purses, because I put a lot in the larger ones, so the purse ends up too heavy and hurts my shoulder. With this mid-size purse, if it gets too heavy, I turn it into a backpack, which helps my shoulders

    It has the Baggallini style, with curved openings. The genius (at least for me) in this one is that there is a center section that is held together by a magnet. If I have something too big for one of the compartments, like a note pad or my big day timer, I can put it in the center section. While those items may fall out if the purse ends up side down, it gives me options when I need to carry things.
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