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Looking for "organizing pouches" for Rimowa

Old Jul 6, 19, 10:49 am
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Looking for "organizing pouches" for Rimowa

There was a thread a few months ago on this forum about small "pouches" or something similar that you could put in your bag that would help organize different items, e.g. shoes, toiletries, etc. Unfortunately, I cannot locate it using the Search function. I inquired at Rimowa's Madison Avenue, New York store but no one there knew anything about this.

Does anyone know anything about this?
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Old Jul 6, 19, 1:49 pm
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I use the standard Eagle Creek packing cubes and garment envelope with my Rimowa Classic Cabin Plus. They work very well for something so darn simple.
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Old Jul 8, 19, 2:42 am
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Yes, packing cubes. I use a variety of sizes from a variety of brands (Amazon Basics, Eagle Creek, e-bags) in my Rimowa and the suitcase I had before that.
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Old Jul 14, 19, 8:18 am
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I bought some amazon basics packing cubes about a year ago and they're holding up fine.
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Old Jul 15, 19, 4:16 pm
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Also a huge fan of Eagle Creek, particularly the Spectre line. Super lightweight and have had no issues with durability.
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Old Aug 27, 19, 1:33 pm
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Originally Posted by billycwhatup View Post
I use the standard Eagle Creek packing cubes and garment envelope with my Rimowa Classic Cabin Plus. They work very well for something so darn simple.
Hi Billy! I read that you own a rimowa cabin Plus that i plan to purchase however iím still hesitating because of the dimensions. I dont know want to have to worry about having to gate check it every time I fly.. but on the other hand i love the 45L capacity!!
So wondering about your experience with it as carry-on different aircrafts?? Even E190? I mostly fly short hauls or domestic on air France! Usually J class on short hauls but not always.
thanks
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Old Aug 30, 19, 6:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Landing Gear View Post
There was a thread a few months ago on this forum about small "pouches" or something similar that you could put in your bag that would help organize different items, e.g. shoes, toiletries, etc. Unfortunately, I cannot locate it using the Search function. I inquired at Rimowa's Madison Avenue, New York store but no one there knew anything about this.

Does anyone know anything about this?
Check out ebags https://www.ebags.com they have all sorts of storage and packing items.
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Old Aug 31, 19, 2:01 am
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I use and love a mix of packing cubes in my 29” Topas from Peak Design, Eagle Creek and the value leader by far - eBags.

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Old Aug 31, 19, 5:05 am
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I’ve had no problem - including (gasp) sitting in coach on a regional jet this past week. One of the two sides of the cabin had a larger overhead and the bag fit in sideways (albeit without an inch to spare). I’ve now carried the bag on roughly 30-40 segments since buying it in June and I’ve never had to check it (although I did so voluntarily once).
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