Matador Droplet Dry Bag @ Memorybits £8.01 incl postage
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Matador Droplet Dry Bag @ Memorybits £8.01 incl postage

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Found 7th Aug 2016
I think this is the cheapest price for this bag. The advantage of it is it fits in a silicone 'droplet' which is small enough to hang from a keychain!

Droplet
Compact enough to fit on a keychain and large enough for a whole outfit, your sweaty gym clothes and wet swim suits are no match. It also works as a dry bag, keeping water away from things that prefer to stay dry.
Droplet is perfect for people who travel. Use it to secure items that might leak in your luggage and organize small items.
Use it to hold snacks that might make a mess of your briefcase or to contain condensation on your water bottle on humid days.
Keep a Droplet in your keychain, pack one in your gym bag, stash one in your luggage, send one with your kiddo to camp. Droplets protect your stuff, and so much more.
Technical Details:
Capacity: 3 litres
Size:27cm high x 23 cm wide
Waterproof
Ultra Compact
Keep water out
Keeps water in
Key ring
Silicone droplet container for storage
It is a textured plastic bag, although the inside is coated with something which probably stops it leaking at the sewn seams. And it is closed by a drawstring

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "jasee" 7th Aug 2016

ah now I see, I thought you put everything in that little thing in the main picture! so it's just a well folded up bag that will be a pain to repack into its little home

8 quid for a pack away bag doesn't seem a great deal to me....can someone convince me otherwise?

Can it be easily re-packed?

Original Poster

Donna80

Can it be easily re-packed?


I'll tell you when I get the two I've ordered (^ ^) I think you just stuff it in

I thought it was just a holder and u stuffed a plastic bag in it...

Original Poster

defard

8 quid for a pack away bag doesn't seem a great deal to me....can someone … 8 quid for a pack away bag doesn't seem a great deal to me....can someone convince me otherwise?


Its about two thirds of the price elsewhere
It's a great colour anway and easy to spot
There are quite a lot of various sorts of small waterproof bags on Amazon, for instance(some more expensive or even less expensive), but I think this is the only one that is small enough to fit on a keyring
Edited by: "jasee" 7th Aug 2016

Ziplock food bag?

wtf! £8.01 for a branded plastic bag oO

seems a cool concept if a little expensive for what it is hmm

Original Poster

JustExtreme

seems a cool concept if a little expensive for what it is hmm


It depends, I think, if the bag is simply a plastic bag, rather than waterproof fabric, then I will be a little disappointed.
And I thought the closure was maybe by ziplock but it appears it is by drawstring. I don't quite see how they can say it is waterproof, if it is simply a drawstring. When I get mine, I'll post the results here

Original Poster

jasee

I'll tell you when I get the two I've ordered (^ ^) I think you just … I'll tell you when I get the two I've ordered (^ ^) I think you just stuff it in


It's just stuffed in

Original Poster

jasee

It depends, I think, if the bag is simply a plastic bag, rather than … It depends, I think, if the bag is simply a plastic bag, rather than waterproof fabric, then I will be a little disappointed.And I thought the closure was maybe by ziplock but it appears it is by drawstring. I don't quite see how they can say it is waterproof, if it is simply a drawstring. When I get mine, I'll post the results here



It is a textured plastic bag, although the inside is coated with something which probably stops it leaking at the sewn seams. And it is closed by a drawstring
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