Made by Space Bag 6 Piece Compression Roll Bag Set,Half Price £5.99 was £11.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Roll bags can be pressed or rolled to compress.
Comprises 3 large and 3 medium roll bags.
Can be used with or without a vacuum.
Size of medium bag H40, W60cm.
Size of large bag H48, W68cm.
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#1
would these be any use for camping soi can stuff more in my rucksack?
#2
I've got a few of these bags at home and it is shocking how small a big pile of clothes can become when you take the air out.
#3
desdan
would these be any use for camping soi can stuff more in my rucksack?


No. They're good if you're trying to store something like a pillow or duvet in a closet, but they don't compress clothing any more than simply stuffing it into a rucksack does. I actually packed a box 3 different times when I was moving to the UK (I brought 10 boxes of clothes with me on an airplane), twice with different folding techniques, and once with the compression bags. The box held more by laying the clothes in flat or rolling them into themselves then it did with the compression bags. Once you have filled a bag and compressed it, it doesn't bend easily, and if you pack more than one bag, you trap air in between the bags.

They work OK for keeping things organized in storage, but aren't good for packing (and if you're camping, you won't be able to recompress them without a vaccum cleaner anyway).
#4
what about long-term storage of a duvet / pillows?
#5
djbumrush
No. They're good if you're trying to store something like a pillow or duvet in a closet, but they don't compress clothing any more than simply stuffing it into a rucksack does. I actually packed a box 3 different times when I was moving to the UK (I brought 10 boxes of clothes with me on an airplane), twice with different folding techniques, and once with the compression bags. The box held more by laying the clothes in flat or rolling them into themselves then it did with the compression bags. Once you have filled a bag and compressed it, it doesn't bend easily, and if you pack more than one bag, you trap air in between the bags.

They work OK for keeping things organized in storage, but aren't good for packing (and if you're camping, you won't be able to recompress them without a vaccum cleaner anyway).



My husband bought some from Poundland a couple of months ago that can just be rolled and don't need to be used with a Vacuum. They were actually really good and have just been used in the last couple of weeks on a camping trip to France (where space was very limited) and they worked really well.
#6
Great find, just reserved a couple at my local. Cheers :thumbsup:
#7
Got mine today will try tomorrow and let you knw
#8
Are great for storing the pillows and quilts etc. great find
#9
cheers for advice
#10
I just bought a pack of these. I reserved them online. The reservation email said they were £5.99. I then paid one of the automated machines and it went through for £5.09. I don't know where the 15% discount came from - it was only 30 minutes after I had placed the reservation. I suppose it might have applied the SALE15 voucher automatically. Whatever, I don't care!

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