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    Question about Q-Kit

    I gave my mini Q-Kit away, and I just received a new Q-Kit for myself. I don't remember but is it normal for there to be stitching across the zipper on one end? It means the Q-Kit can't be opened all the way, but it opens up about 95% of the way and the interior is still easily accessible.

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    I looked at the screenshots on the product page and it does look normal.

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    Mine are all like that. I remember reading it's so things don't fall out when it's unzipped.

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    Thanks for asking this, I thought it was just mine!

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    Mine have that too: this is to prevent items to tumble out accidently. But... unstiching me has thought about taking the stiching out in the past... have not done it yet though :-)

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