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PacaPod Richmond Herringbone Changing Bag

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  • 3.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Lots of pockets, 2 removable bags, wipeable

    • Weaknesses:

      Difficult to access things at bottom of bag, not big enough for 2 children.

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    I got this bag when I was expecting my first child. I love the design of the bag and my husband feels comfortable using it as well as he doesn't feel it is too girly.
    I love the removable bags - one for nappies and one for bottles/food. This means that you can easily take the smaller bag with you to the changing room instead of the whole bag and everything is kept together.
    The bag itself is wipeable which is great for when mucky toddler fingers get hold of it.
    It comes with straps to attach it to a buggy which is a bonus as you often have to pay extra for these.
    There is a moderate amount of room in the main compartment however I did find it difficult to get to things right at the bottom and often had to take everything out. Since I have had my second child I have actually needed to get a bigger bag as despite there being moderate room I didn't feel it was big enough for more than one child and all the things they both require.
    There is both a shoulder strap and carry handles however my shoulder strap broke on 2 occasions and I had to get sent replacements - the company were very apologetic and quick at sending these out.
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Pacapod Richmond Herringbone Changing Bag is a wonderful classic tote bag. Inside the rear cargo section of the bag you'll find clever 3 in 1 baby organisation system with a feeder pod (a cool bag) a changer pod, padded changing mat and insulated bottle cover.

Made in a coated cotton canvas fabric that is wipe clean, while the thick webbing carry handle and strap make it versatile and comfortable to carry over the shoulder, across the body, or it can be clipped onto a buggy to go hands-free..

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