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- Bagket the answer to airlines' excess baggage charges and no-hand-luggage policy
- becomes FREE after using Bagket for a return journey
- 100% high quality polyamide
- say bye to long waits at the conveyor belt and no need to part with belongings
- no compromise on look-Bagket is smart to wear or as a shoulder bag
- can carry up to 10kg.
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Bagket has 10 internal and 12 external pockets; some specifically designed to hold passport, cell phones, music devices, a 13" laptop and tablets. It takes one simple step to transform from a vest to a smart shoulder bag. It is made of high quality durable poly-amide and manufactured by award winning manufacturer.
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Special travel suits are expensive, but don't really look presentable enough and can carry little. Same goes for most travel shirts and the few that are both functional and presentable are VERY difficult to obtain.
I've had another multi-pocket travel jacket which was quite nice, but its sizing was ridiculously small -- a very neat fit even when worn directly over a shirt and with nothing in the pockets.
Bagket is in a different league completely and clearly designed by people who live in the real world and understand what's needed.
1. Sizing is realistic. I am 46" chest and the XL size really does fit over a suit jacket easily
2. Several of the pockets are gusssetted pockets on the outside of the jacket and so don't take up space inside
3. The zip is nice and chunky and fit for the job and easy to fasten -- something increasingly rare these days, it seems
4. Converting from vest to bag is very, very easy. I did wonder that there were no instructions supplied with the jacket (though I know there's an excellent video on the Bagket website) but it doesn't really need instructions -- open the belt, fasten main zip, fold collar to hem with the main zip inside, fasten shoulder straps to the relevant Velcro tabs and the job's done. Buckle the belt for a short strap or leave it unbuckled for a long one
5. The belt/strap is of sensible dimensions as is the buckle -- in fact nothing about this vest is fiddly
6. So many of the pockets being made of net reduces greatly the confusion of "What did I pack in which pocket?"
7. These marvellous side zips mean that on arrival at destination and with the luggage unpacked from the Bagket and the side gussets zipped up, I have a perfectly-wearable alternative to a suit jacket for the non-business part of my trip.
If I were to be desperately nit-picking, I might suggest that it would be nice to be offered the choice of a slightly more muted colour of belt and shoulder straps -- a nice dark blue, perhaps? That said, the actual colour is a lot nicer in the actual item than the photographic reproductions seem to show.
This is as good as it gets, at the moment, for travel garments and wearable luggage.
Well, I've now had the opportunity to use the Bagket on two journeys by air, six long-distance bus trips and a couple of airport bus rides.
It really is capacious -- plenty of room for four dress shirts, sets of underwear, socks etc., several books, a hat and sundry assorted other things. Not to mention the odd plastic bottle of Coke or whatever.
It really is clever in that a great deal of the storage is either in bellows pockets outside or in rear pockets slung below one's seat where there's space to expand without looking unduly bulky.
XL size fitted very comfortably over my suit jacket (46" chest) with plenty of space even when fully loaded. And with the gussets zipped shut it did indeed fit nicely without my suit jacket for less formal occasions.
The only thing I'd modify in my earlier opinion is my comments regarding the red colour of the belt and shoulder straps. They're fine and the jacket was very much admired by other attendees at the international conference I was attending.
UPDATE 3 YEARS ON -- AUGUST 2016
My Bagket continues to impress me and has travelled many thousands more miles, including a visit to China. I reckon it counts as the single best travel product I've ever bought. Travelled to China with only my Bagket and a tiny Samsonite backpack small enough to be accepted as cabin baggage in the meanest, most restricted American feeder-airline planes where they take away normal carry-on luggage and stow it kerbside. No problems. If the Bagket had any basic faults I'm sure I'd have found them by now. I've found no faults at all.
It also means one has a ready-made compartment-storage system for short overnights. It seems pretty well-made and converts easily and quickly from bag to jacket and back again. I'd quite like a clothing strap on it so it could be hung up the same as any jacket (for instance in a small space) to give easy access to the pockets overnight. With the pockets crammed to maximum, it was hard to zip it up but this wasn't a big problem for the few minutes at check-in (however, if you need to dash between terminals, the belt keeps it all secure and it can be much easier wearing your luggage than carrying it over your shoulder!). I think everyone of my friends (and some of their friends) that have seen it so far have said they hope to buy one. Could well be part of anyone's 'travel made easy' kit.
The build quality justifies the price: this Bagket is designed to last. Very sturdy materials, especially zippers. Only con is the flashy red belt: black would have been better but that s really a detail. I can deffo recommand it. I love mine :)
Just with the belt came off because its far too big for my waist. But its a great idea and then folds into a bag too.
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Put it on before boarding, took it off before sitting down.
Great if your not too vain