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    laundry packing cube... floating divider??

    do the the laundry packing cubes have a floating divider similar to the laundry stuff sack? or is more or less a 50/50 clean+dirty sort of cube?

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    Yes they do. A30 and A45. No experience w others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuxcv View Post
    do the the laundry packing cubes have a floating divider similar to the laundry stuff sack? or is more or less a 50/50 clean+dirty sort of cube?
    Hi @deuxcv,
    The divider on the laundry packing cubes floats in the same way as in the travel laundry stuff sack, so you can apportion the space any way you like: if you push the boundary all the way up to the mesh face, it’s like having a single chamber packing Cube surrounded by Aether, with a doubled up mesh face against one Aether face. If you push it all the way in the other direction, it’s like having s single chamber packing Cube with Aether on one face and mesh on the other — only the Aether Side has a double layer. In the case of the (tubular/cylindrical) travel laundry stuff sack, for the description accompanying the first pictures, I likened the divider partition to a wind sock attached to the center of the tube — it could be pushed either way, either its full length, or only partially, depending on how you choose to divide up the clean and dirty sections. The same is true for the laundry packing cubes, with a square or rectangular cross-section to the divider.

    HTH

    moriond

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    Quote Originally Posted by moriond View Post
    Hi @deuxcv,
    The divider on the laundry packing cubes floats in the same way as in the travel laundry stuff sack, so you can apportion the space any way you like: if you push the boundary all the way up to the mesh face, it’s like having a single chamber packing Cube surrounded by Aether, with a doubled up mesh face against one Aether face. If you push it all the way in the other direction, it’s like having s single chamber packing Cube with Aether on one face and mesh on the other — only the Aether Side has a double layer. In the case of the (tubular/cylindrical) travel laundry stuff sack, for the description accompanying the first pictures, I likened the divider partition to a wind sock attached to the center of the tube — it could be pushed either way, either its full length, or only partially, depending on how you choose to divide up the clean and dirty sections. The same is true for the laundry packing cubes, with a square or rectangular cross-section to the divider.

    HTH

    moriond
    thanks... neither the item description or photos gave enough clues to if it was a floating divider. that makes it a lot more appealing than a 50/50 divided as i initially assessed it to be.

    thx

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