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  1. My sewing kit is very small and lives in my...

    My sewing kit is very small and lives in my pencil case: thread braid, needles, threader, safety pins, and thimble. I end up doing TONS of sewing everywhere I go so I don't regret it. I take SHARP...
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    Brilliant pictures! Love your A30. Love your cube...

    Brilliant pictures! Love your A30. Love your cube setup, much easier to pack and repack. I'd consider a foldable shopping tote for food en route, and a napkin or tea towel for spills.
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    When I pack the A30 I always pack clothes in the...

    When I pack the A30 I always pack clothes in the main compartment, and usually in one A30 packing cube, although I would take two for colder weather. I wear one bottom and pack two (pants or...
  4. Trying again. Here's my loaded tote: MacBook Air...

    Trying again. Here's my loaded tote: MacBook Air 12", Filofax A5, a Kindle (in red case) a couple of notebooks, and a couple of black cube-like bags in the front with electronics and art supplies....
  5. Ditto here on my MacAir 13" in a case. I think...

    Ditto here on my MacAir 13" in a case. I think it is likely not to be a problem.
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    Hi! Well, if you are staying for a few days and...

    Hi! Well, if you are staying for a few days and there are washers then pile the laundry on the floor lol...
  7. Hi, I would be cold in Germany in November, it...

    Hi, I would be cold in Germany in November, it could snow (depending) so I vote for taking a down vest (or jacket if that's what you have).

    Removing:
    * I would take a long cold look at your...
  8. I'm very pleased about the weight savings and...

    I'm very pleased about the weight savings and environmental footprint. I just got a pop tote in the lighter weight and would be happy to have a bigger bag in this material.

    Regarding "checking"...
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    Sticky: I am *really* impressed with this environmental...

    I am *really* impressed with this environmental statement! It is specific, not vague, it discusses where they do and do not meet certain standards, the carbon offsetting is excellent, really...
  10. Thread: 2000 Nights

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    Congratulations for living as you want! (but dare...

    Congratulations for living as you want! (but dare I ask why?)
  11. Thread: Pop tote mods?

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    @melminimalist Well - for a cross-body strap, I...

    @melminimalist Well - for a cross-body strap, I think I would either clip a strap to the O-rings near the main zipper in the unzipped outer pockets or, better, sew a loop of black webbing either just...
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    I am not a knot person. But, if I were trying to...

    I am not a knot person. But, if I were trying to do what you have, I would put the larks head at the zipper end, not the fob end, and then tie the knot behind the fob hole. It's OK if the fob moves...
  13. Thread: Pop tote mods?

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    I do like the "stuff everything in" quality which...

    I do like the "stuff everything in" quality which is perfect for lunches and sweaters, and I bought it primarily as a lunch-and-sweater-and-toy bag for when I travel with my A30, so it fulfils that...
  14. Thread: Pop tote mods?

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    Pop tote mods?

    Hi, so I got my second TB bag, a lovely Aubergine pop tote, a gift (selected by me) from my stepmother. I'd like to add a bit of removable interior organisation -- the interior O-rings don't allow...
  15. Thread: 2019 wish list

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    Sticky: Yes, it's very interesting that search, I've...

    Yes, it's very interesting that search, I've enjoyed looking at what others have done. But Bromptons are pretty niche, it'd be great to have a bike bag for a regular bike, many more people would get...
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    IMHO any brightly coloured bag will do, red by...

    IMHO any brightly coloured bag will do, red by preference -- mine is red and has a big first aid cross on it, got it at the local salvation army fully of mostly useless bits, have replaced with stuff...
  17. Thread: 2019 wish list

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    Sticky: Bike bag, like a messenger bag with optional...

    Bike bag, like a messenger bag with optional attachment points for click fix or other bike attachment systems please.

    I really hate my Ortleib front bag for my Brompton, but it's waterproof and...
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    I used cloth diapers for both mine (one boy, one...

    I used cloth diapers for both mine (one boy, one girl) , so this advice is from that experience.
    1) when they were small (newborn-1 month ca) I used large muslin squares instead of regular diapers...
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    Sticky: Thought I would show my new Aubergine Pop Tote in...

    Thought I would show my new Aubergine Pop Tote in its role as personal item when I travelled to Philadelphia for my brother's wedding. I especially liked that I could just stuff things in (food,...
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    Sticky: My new aubergine pop tote is waiting for me to...

    My new aubergine pop tote is waiting for me to meet up with my sister in a couple of week's time at my brother's wedding in Philadelphia. I know you all can relate, especially those of you who hardly...
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    Pop tote? two water bottle pouches and the...

    Pop tote? two water bottle pouches and the possibility to add a medium freudian slip.
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    23 lbs is a hair over 10kg. I have often carried...

    23 lbs is a hair over 10kg. I have often carried that much in my A30 with only a sternum strap and no frame sheet without too much trouble -- I bet you have to adjust the straps...
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    Hi, just come back on a 3 1/2 week train trip...

    Hi, just come back on a 3 1/2 week train trip through Germany/Switzerland with four people - two adults and two kids (6 and 11). Laundry: I bought a Scrubba Wash Bag and a twisted elastic laundry...
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    Hi, we are back and had a great time! Everything...

    Hi, we are back and had a great time! Everything worked really well. I lost a hat and bought a new one in Switzerland, we visited swimming pools everywhere, we drank great wine, we visited friends,...
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    Wow. Itís Christmas already???

    Wow. Itís Christmas already???
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