Ever since the "no plastic" rule was implemented in several parts of Metro Manila, I've already made it a point to bring an eco bag whenever I leave the house. But even before the rule was put into effect, I would already place a foldable mesh bag inside my purse. And it would always come in handy whenever I'd buy stuff from the mall or from the grocery store. But I enjoyed carrying all sorts of stuff even more when I received my very own Baggu Shopping Bag.
Baggu's best selling reusable bag isn't just handy for grocery shopping. You can also carry it in your hand or over your shoulder. It can also hold at least 2-full plastic grocery bags worth of stuff. So just imagine a shopping bag that is 15.5" wide, 25.5" high, and 6" deep. It also folds into a flat 5" by 5" pouch, so you can easily slip it inside your purse. On top of that, it can also hold 50 lbs, and is made out of 100% Ripstop nylon. The bag is machine washable.
My Seahorse designed Baggu was just so big and spacious, that I could place about 4 shoe boxes inside it. The first time that I was able to use it was when my cousins and I went Christmas shopping at a bazaar by Metrowalk. They were able to stuff it with 5 thick fleece towels.
I was also able to bring my Baggu in Baguio when I bought several yards of indigenous fabrics from the Easter Weaving Room. I loved the fact that I could put in 6 woven textiles, and not worry about my printed sack getting torn or ripped by the heaviness of the materials.
I also brought my Baggu in Kuala Lumpur, which I stuffed with pasalubongs (souvenirs from the Philippines for my Malaysia-based friends).
All in all, my experience with my Seahorse Baggu has been a big convenience! It's just so handy to have, and is super easy to carry around. Plus, it slips perfectly in my small sling bag when folded.
How about you? Do you have your own Baggu Shopping Bag yet? It's definitely a must-have especially if you're traveling and moving around a lot. It can also pose very useful, especially if you'll be bringing souvenirs or even international goods back home.
IF YOU WERE TO CHOOSE...
If you were to travel to a specific Philippine destination, which province or region do you think a Baggu Shopping Bag will be ideal for use? Where will you bring it?
To help you think about some of the hottest tourists spots in the country, you can check out TravelBook.ph's featured destinations. :) You can also get a hold of your own Baggu when you visit any of The Travel Club stores.
Explore & Be Free,
*Disclosure: The product received was given in exchange for an honest review. All of the opinions posted on the blog are from the author's, and was not influenced by any form of compensation.