Large-opening main compartment for easy packing and transportation of travel-sized items
Large internal mesh pocket under opening with built-in hanging hook
Integrated elastic strap system with slip pocket to easily store bottles and other necessities
Dimensions (Overall): 7.88 inches (H) x 3.95 inches (W) x 10.6 inches (D)
Closure Type: Zipper
Features: Hook for hanging, multiple compartments, lined, side pockets
Package Quantity: 1
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Warranty: 3 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 049-06-1952
Embark on every journey with the SWISSGEAR 2379 Dopp Kit in tow. Its classic features will modernize the way you travel. Unzip its horseshoe opening and organize your travel-sized bottles of shampoo, lotion, and conditioner inside its internal elastic strap system and integrated zip pocket. Lay smaller things within its center compartment, which contains a mesh barrier to keep liquids from spilling over. And find two convenient side slip pockets for your razor and other small but vital necessities. Take advantage of its large internal mesh pocket and built-in hanger to hook your travel kit anytime you need to quickly freshen up for the day. Put its front pocket to use while on-the-go and slip it inside your SWISSGEAR backpack or grab its durable webbed handle for at-ready convenience.
If you’re going on a trip and want to take your toiletries with this, this is a great bag for a good price. It fits plenty of items, yes even the bulky ones. It has a hook to hang it in a closet, which I do at hotels.
I recently went on a week long trip and used this to carry all my toiletries. What used to take two bags consolidated into just one in this bag. The quality feels durable and has held up to me "manhandling" this bag my entire trip.
Double check the dimensions before you buy! In my opinion it's rather big for a toiletries bag, but of course it depends on what you typically bring with you. Seems like good construction. My only complaint is that it doesn't truly seem like it should cost $20.