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3DOC - CLEAR 3D ORGANIZER CUBE - Flexible material, great for boating

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    3DOC - CLEAR 3D ORGANIZER CUBE - Flexible material, great for boating

    I've tried many clear toiletry bags/pouches and this is the most durable, flexible one I've found. Most clear pouches are made of rigid or somewhat stiff plastic and generally don't conform well or have a pleasing feel.

    Previously I've been using either the Osprey Ultralight Liquids Travel Pouch or the Sea to Summit Travelling Light See Pouch (size small) and have no complaints, but they're both made of thin material (great for ultralight travel/hiking) so I'm always worried they'll rip (they have not). The TB 3DOC feels very sturdy and durable, so I don't feel the need to baby it when packing or tossing it into tote bags.

    This is now my favorite little pouch/organizational cube and I'll definitely be ordering more. Besides using it as a travel toiletry kit, I plan on using one in a TB Truck (used for everyday carrying stuff in/out of the car) to hold smaller items (1st aid, toiletries, makeup, mints/snacks, masks, etc).

    I'll also use these cubes when boating - the clear plastic slightly grips to surfaces, so the cube won't slide around (oddly specific praise, but I love this feature!). Another specific note is how well they hold Cadence capsules, shown in photo (reusable, magnetic containers for toiletries, medicine, etc) - the 3DOC is the exact thickness (depth?) to hold the capsules (10 will fit, or 6 plus other toiletries that don't fit in the capsules).
    New to TB College admissions coach and empty nest mom of 3 + one spoiled Havanese.

    Love Cadence Capsules!

    Waterproof, easy to refill, easy to use, and the screw tops don't break over time like tops with folded plastic hinges.

    I have a 7 day set for my medications and a second set for all my travel toiletries.

    They're expensive, and heavier than other refillable travel containers, but I think they'll last a lot longer.

    Neat to see someone else enjoy using them!
    Last edited by Chicagoan; 01-19-2023, 07:05 AM.
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