Cheaper Than Eagle Creek's Pack it Cubes

I love packing my things especially when I'm about to set foot on a new location. The idea of organizing and thinking of things to bring for me marks the beginning of a journey. The excitement starts there. It's when you begin answering the "what, why bring and just in case" questions that makes the packing experience a pleasure or a pain. 

Before my recent 6-day Asian trip, I scouted the net to find affordable packing cubes that could help save some space and ultimately travel light. I read that packing cubes could be the answer to some serious organization and space saving dilemma. Big thanks to fellow Pinoy Travel Bloggers who've been recommending getting a pack cube, just like Eagle Creek's Pack it Cube. However, the brand is too pricey for me so I wondered around the internet if there's a local manufacturer of packing cubes at a much cheaper price tag and there I found out about Paccube.
paccube's Paisley Pink
I ordered just one large cube (14" x 10" x 3") for Php240 + Php80 shipping fee in cute paisley pink color to give it a test for this out of country trip and was surprised to have put a week's worth of clothes in just one pack! My whole luggage weighs less than 10 kilos and I'm still left with a lot of space for souvenirs. Indeed, a packing cube is a genius creation.

Before I discovered this travel essential, I used to just stack my clothes neatly on my suitcase or backpack. Now that I discovered this space saving gem, I would never go anywhere without it.

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