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Baggallini Luggage Run Away Satchel Bag
The run-away satchel is a large travel bag with lots of pockets to keep you organized no matter where you go
Two side stuff pockets for quick access to your cell phone or digital camera
Two front zippered compartments, one for credit cards and one for your travel documents, pens, lipsticks and more
The roomy main compartment contains a detachable coin/money pouch, key leash and even more pockets
The back pocket easily converts to a sleeve and slides securely over the handle of your suitcase or roller board
52" adjustable strap, lightweight, water resistant crinkle nylon
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28 of 28 found the following review helpful:
DimensionsMay 10, 2012
By C P Garrett
This is a roomy bag with an outside pocket which you can unzip at the bottom to slide over a rolling luggage handle. I have not yet used it, but I wanted to provide the dimensions, since there are none listed: 13"W x 12"T x 7"D and 16 ounces.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Love it!May 15, 2012
By A. Riley
I originally got the Berlin bag as an early "mother's day" gift from my sister and mom and really liked that bag but I found it a little too big. This bag is the *perfect* size for me. The pictures do not do it justice. The bag has two long narrow open pockets on each side which is perfect for sunglasses in a case. Also the front pocket is amazing. In the product picture you can see a very small zipper then a larger pocket behind it. That 2nd larger pocket is accordion like in that it opens nicely and has several smaller open pockets inside it including a built in credit card organizer that separates 3 credit cards. The inside of the next size pocket has a spot for pens and a cell phone. The largest pocket has several smaller compartments in it for organization. The strap is sturdy and easy to adjust. The bag is very well made and strong. The zippers are easy to open and the contrast of colors from the dark outside to the light inside makes finding items that much easier. The back of the purse has a zippered bottom and a magnet top so you can slide it over the handle of a carry-on when unzipped. I keep it zippered and use it as an extra pocket for tissues and wipes that are quick for me to get to (I am a mom!). I never was a woman who used a purse much but now I am because I LOVE THIS BAG!
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
love this bag!May 15, 2012
I ordered this because I have been looking for a handbag that is not only roomy but offers a great deal of flexibility for organization. This has it all! It is lightweight and has convenient pockets to keep items separate and easy to find. I had not intended to use it for every day, but I am guilty as charged...
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Wanted to Love ItAug 06, 2012
By Lee Livingood
Disappointing. I've used this bag daily for two months.
I have several (maybe eight) Baggallini bags. The newer ones do not seem to have the same quality of workmanship or attention to details I'd come to expect from Baggallini.
I bought the Run Away for a trip. I needed something large enough to carry extras since the whole airline carryon thing is now a nightmare. The bag has a back panel that unzips so it fits over the handle of your wheeled luggage. That's convenient. The bag is roomy and has decent, but not great organizing features.
The side pockets are large enough to hold a bottle of water or a rolled newspaper or magazine or other items that I might want to have handy--a nice touch.
The bag has a loose, hobo like structure which is a positive or a negative depending on your point of view.
These are the things I don't like.
When I've purchased larger Baggallini bags, I've always chosen the styles that have the buckle type adjustable strap. For the smaller bags, I seek out the ones with adjustable fabric straps that are made of the same fabric as the bag itself. This is the first Baggallini bag I've purchased that has the nylon web type shoulder strap. It slips--a lot. I have to readjust it at least once each time I use it--especially if it is rather full.
The back pocket (the one that zips at the bottom so it can be opened to put it over a luggage handle) has a small, weak magnet holding it closed. The bag tends to collapse when it is not full which means that back pocket gapes open. As a result, I can't trust anything I put in it not to fall out. If did choose to keep anything in that pocket, I would have to check the bottom zipper from time to time to be sure it is not working itself open. It does work itself open--but not quickly or easily. However, that may be because I don't keep anything in it.
Inside the main compartment there is a decent amount of room and two side pockets (along with the change purse that comes with their larger bags). One pocket is a zipper pocket, but the other one is just an open pocket which catches anything I try to put into the bag unless I take the bag off my shoulder, put it on a flat surface and carefully place the item where I want it in the center of the bag.
There is a similar issue with the smaller pockets on the front of the back. They are all divided in some way that makes it difficult to put something into the right place in a pocket without taking it off my shoulder and putting it down. This is not how the average woman uses a shoulder bag--or at least it isn't how I use one. I want to be able to use the bag when it is ON my shoulder. That's why I buy a shoulder bag--so I can wear it cross body and use it.
This may well be the last Baggallini Bagg I buy. I had one recently that was defective and was in use only a few times a week for several weeks. The hoops Baggallini wanted me to jump through to MAYBE get a refund (if THEY decided it was defective) were not worth it.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Baggy BaggalliniJun 19, 2012
By Marcella J. Kowalewski
I have two of these - a charcoal one and a navy one. It feels secure - the pouch on the back side has a zipper on the bottom so it can be slid over the pull handle of luggage. There are clips for keys, change purse and more. This is a great purse for travel (I brought one with me on my trip to Rome). It seems sloppy even when it is not full. I prefer a firmer and more fitted purse for everyday use.
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