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Pacapod - Any good?

(8 Posts)
Bogeyface Fri 31-Dec-10 20:35:00

Are they as good as they seem to be?

I am a terribly disorganised person, my handbags are a disgrace! I love this one, but its alot to spend if they are no good.

Anyone got one or can recommend me something of a similar price?

Cheers

PussinJimmyChoos Fri 31-Dec-10 22:19:02

Never heard of this before but just looked at it and ooooh it looks good .....but then I am seduced by things that promise to organise me!

I think no matter what mummy bag I have, it will invariably descend into chaos...blush

JennySense Sat 01-Jan-11 10:27:26

I love mine, but I'm seduced not just by the organising stuff but by the fact that they are pretty lovely bags which can be used after baby and not be identified as a nappy bag. I've got the dark brown leather one - indulgent (but work bought it for me as a leaving prezzie)

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Roo83 Sat 01-Jan-11 16:46:09

Love mine too-I'm very disorganised but with this everything has it's own place and I can see when I need to pack more nappies,wipes etc. I got a leather one and so many people have commented what a lovely bag it is-some didn't even know it was a change bag!

PussinJimmyChoos Sun 02-Jan-11 18:23:41

I'm getting tempted now...damn you bogey face! grin

Deaconwood Sun 02-Jan-11 20:55:02

I've got the Logan and it's brilliant - fits lots in without feeling bulky and the pods make it so organised so you can find things in a hurry. Expensive, but worth it as I have used it every day since buying it. I never used my old changing bag for everyday outings as it was too bulky when full. Plus, it doesn't look like an obvious changing bag, so husband is happy to carry it. It also clips on to side of phil and teds like a large pannier bag.

PussinJimmyChoos Mon 03-Jan-11 18:14:01

Nooooo stop telling me how good it is!! grin

Do I go for a rucksack or handbag style...I did have a rucksack mummy bag from M'care but it wasn't that great. However, I find handbag ones, when they are too full, are too heavy on the shoulder if not slinging them on the buggy...

Bogeyface Tue 04-Jan-11 09:32:52

I am not keen on the ruck sack style ones so thats why I wanted the style I linked above.

Having said that, am coveting the super expensive leather one............

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