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    small packing cube as a lunch bag?

    hi there,

    i found myself looking for a solution for carrying my lunch yesterday.

    i would typically carry a sandwich and three pieces of fruit.

    rather than carrying a separate bag, i'd like to be able to throw something into the bag that i'm carrying (currently the smart alec, but i switch periodically between that and the buzz - i may carry the ristretto if i'm carrying my macbook).

    how do you think a small packing cube would work for this purpose? i love the dyneema fabric! would it be a little big, or do you think it would be okay?

    any other suggestions?

    thanks,
    -m
    -m

    #2
    Is the Clear Quarter Packing Cube too small? Not sure how big the sandwich is and what kind of fruit.

    Maybe a Western Flyer Small Packing Cube would be the perfect size.
    Have a question? @Darcy (to make sure I see it)

    Current carry: testing new potential materials in the form of Original Large Shop Bags.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Darcy View Post
      Is the Clear Quarter Packing Cube too small? Not sure how big the sandwich is and what kind of fruit.

      Maybe a Western Flyer Small Packing Cube would be the perfect size.
      hi darcy,

      i have the clear quarter packing cube that i use for my toiletries. i'll clean it out tomorrow and try carrying my lunch in it. the sandwich is made with regular whole wheat bread slices. fruits are usually 3 of apple, banana, orange, and pear.

      thanks!
      -m
      -m

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