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    Which organizer cube will work for my in-flight toiletries?

    I'm looking into getting an organizer cube for my in-flight toiletries and I wasn't sure which would be big enough and still fit comfortably in my backpack without taking up a lot of room. I've got the following stuff:

    Small collapseable hairbrush
    Travel package of wisps
    Travel package of makeup remover wipes
    Travel tissues
    Travel package of hand sanitizer wipes
    Dental floss
    Hair ties
    Travel Advil/Tylenol

    I was looking at the 3d organizer cube, but I wasn't sure if it could fit all that. Thanks for any suggestions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nolegrl View Post
    I'm looking into getting an organizer cube for my in-flight toiletries and I wasn't sure which would be big enough and still fit comfortably in my backpack without taking up a lot of room. I've got the following stuff:

    Small collapseable hairbrush
    Travel package of wisps
    Travel package of makeup remover wipes
    Travel tissues
    Travel package of hand sanitizer wipes
    Dental floss
    Hair ties
    Travel Advil/Tylenol

    I was looking at the 3d organizer cube, but I wasn't sure if it could fit all that. Thanks for any suggestions!
    Sounds like a 3DOC would work... depending on how small some of those things are, a Cubelet might work too....
    Take a piece of paper and trace out the size of the cubes, pile your stuff on top and use a ruler to see how 'deep' the pile is... that will give you a good idea of which cube would fit...
    It's not a perfect method, but has worked for me.

    A Small Q-Kit (which is actually the larger size) may work as well, but since the shape is odd, it takes more imagination

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    Quote Originally Posted by G42 View Post
    Sounds like a 3DOC would work... depending on how small some of those things are, a Cubelet might work too....
    Take a piece of paper and trace out the size of the cubes, pile your stuff on top and use a ruler to see how 'deep' the pile is... that will give you a good idea of which cube would fit...
    It's not a perfect method, but has worked for me.

    A Small Q-Kit (which is actually the larger size) may work as well, but since the shape is odd, it takes more imagination
    Thank you! That's a great idea to use a paper! I'm a visual person, so dimension specs are hard to wrap my head around sometimes.

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    I'm not sure how big a wisp is, but depending on that and the hairbrush, the other items sound more like a Cubelet might be closer in size than a 3DOC. I'd also throw a Travel Cubelet in as a possibility, depending on dimensions.

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