Customer Reviews Of:
Eagle Creek Pack-It® Compression Sac Set - Medium and Large
Closeouts. Travelers will appreciate the zip-and-go ease of Eagle Creek's Pack-It® Compression Sac Set. These nylon-reinforced bags easily hold bulky clothing and reduce volume by up to 80 percent, leaving extra room in luggage for must-have souvenirs and travel purchases. Can also be used for at-home storage.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Everyday walker from washington state on Wednesday, May 31, 2017good for travel, to compress clothes on the return flight for more room in suitcase
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mur from New Mexico on Tuesday, March 14, 2017While the item is good for storage of used or soiled clothes and even wet clothes the zipper clip can easily come off. Really not much compression .
Verified Buyer Reviewed by LonnieMoo from San Francisco on Sunday, February 12, 2017needed another pair - old ones I have are finally giving out.
Reviewed by Wife of Joe3D from Erie PA on Monday, December 26, 2016My family doesn't travel without these! We use this whenever we travel to carry our dirty laundry. It's amazing what you can stuff into them. My husband who's over 200 pounds falls on it to compress all the air out of it! We have been using a medium and a large for almost 10 years. So durable! Traveled to Vietnam and all points in the US. Eagle Creek things are the most durable you can imagine. We've given these for gifts many times and everyone loves them. If you need something for organizing get the other Eagle Creek Pack It system or the envelopes. If you are traveling for a long time these are a must. They enable you to bring home more souvenirs because you have more space after compressing your worn clothing.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gingerkite from Northern Virginia on Wednesday, December 14, 2016Not a bad product, I ordered a few and ended up keeping the size medium I opened. I was looking for a something to help organize clothing for a European trip. My jacket will fit in the medium size, and I can compress it when I'm not wearing it. But I found it time consuming to get the air out of the bag, I don't want to do that with my clothes each time I pack. I might just use another system, cubes or stuff sacks would work better for me.
The large size might work for storing a blanket or comforter.