This travel accessory makes carrying multiple bags a breeze

Travelling with multiple bags? You need this accessory.

This travel accessory makes carrying multiple bags a breeze

Packing light can be hard. You want to have options and not be forced into buying too much at your destination, however, the trouble comes when you leave the house to begin your journey and have to battle with more than one bag. It is rare that you can avoid rushing at any point during your transit and trying to juggle multiple bags while keeping them secure can be somewhat of a challenge (to say the least).

Thankfully, the Bag Bungee puts a stop to this travel battle. Brilliant in its simplicity, this accessory helps you manoeuvre multiple bags through airports, streets or any point in transit with ease. Simply open the buckle and slip the end over your suitcase handle before re-buckling. Place your second item, such as another bag or coat, on top of your suitcase and use the Bag Bungee to secure it by pulling over the extendable handle.

The Bag Bungee is adjustable, so just tighten or loosen the cords depending on the size of the bag or item you are securing. A failsafe way to ensure you can speed through transit without worrying about losing any items along the way? Seems like a bit of a no-brainer to us. Priced at just under $25, it seems the only challenge is limiting yourself to buying just one!

Watch the video to see how it works.

RRP: $24.90 plus shipping from The Container Store.

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    SJ is a regular travel contributor to YourLifeChoices. Her favourite travel ritual is an afternoon Aperol Spritz, preferably enjoyed pool or beach side.





    COMMENTS

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    casey
    30th Jul 2016
    8:06am
    Seems a waste of money to me. you can buy a long bungee strap from Bunnings for $2-50 which does the same job.
    Funny face
    30th Jul 2016
    9:10am
    $60.00 for delivery! Thanks will try bungee cord! I'm on a walking stick and worried about cases etc, thought it sounded " nifty". But not for that delivery price! Surely there's been a mistake!
    Older lady
    30th Jul 2016
    1:00pm
    $60.80 delivery unless you spend over $75. Well that was a waste of my time and advertising space.
    johninmelb
    30th Jul 2016
    3:04pm
    They are available with cheaper postage on ebay.

    Pays to do a bit of research first before whining about the postage costs, from just one supplier.
    johninmelb
    30th Jul 2016
    3:08pm
    Available from BagWorld for $23.95, post free.

    http://www.bagworld.com.au/shop/detail/travelon-bag-bungee-black-12181/
    Occasional Traveller
    1st Aug 2016
    3:00pm
    Ordered some from Bagworld but just been told by Tiffany they have been sold out and are discontinued!!!
    johninmelb
    1st Aug 2016
    4:12pm
    That's a pity, I was planning to get one myself. I could have used one of those last year when I was travelling. Would have made my life so much easier.
    Occasional Traveller
    14th Aug 2016
    10:34am
    Just bought a couple from Bag Heaven ( based in Adelaide) on special for $23 each with $10 postage unless you spend over $50. ( they are on the web, google them) They were sold out but got some in this week, and I have to say they are as good as they are promoted as being.
    fish head
    30th Jul 2016
    5:09pm
    Old but good one.
    Emby
    30th Jul 2016
    5:34pm
    I also went in to the website and yes $60 shipping. However on checking further, can buy it at Bagworld.com.au, and free postage - full price $23.95, so always look for a seller with an Australian website.
    johninmelb
    30th Jul 2016
    6:01pm
    As I said in my earlier post!
    Funny face
    30th Jul 2016
    9:23pm
    Thank you for your advice on website. Really appreciated. Dont know my way around computers very well, so proves this column works well for advice. Many, many thanks
    Emby
    1st Aug 2016
    4:17pm
    I ordered mine from Bagworld 2 days ago, and they have only informed me a few minutes ago they are now unavailable. Guess I'll go to Bunnings and get a bungee strap.
    Occasional Traveller
    14th Aug 2016
    10:35am
    See my comment in response to John in melbourne
    Emby
    14th Aug 2016
    3:33pm
    Thank you Occasional Traveller. I have just been into the Bag Heaven website and ordered one. This should make it easier for this oldie to travel on her own.


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