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I received Oregami Luggage for review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Oregami Luggage is a new, innovative, and unique luggage product that features built-in organization trays. It’s perfect for the frequent travel, and even more perfect for the traveler who loves packing cubes and compartmentalizing their packing.
Oregami Luggage‘s patented organizational system makes packing, traveling with, and using your luggage so much faster, easier and more efficient than ever before. The quality of the luggage is incredibly high and durable. The fixtures and zipper pulls are very high quality. I love high-quality luggage. The handle is a nice brushed look and feel. Everything about the Oregami Luggage Touring 100 rolling duffel is slick.
I love the built-in packing trays to help me organize my clothing and other travel items. The trays are the perfect size to fit other packing cubes inside, so I can use my small packing cubes for undergarments, socks, and such. There’s ample room in the trays for most toiletry bags, as well as my flat iron, shoes, boots, and larger items you might need to pack. Wine bottles also fit perfectly in the trays, and when I packed one inside the middle tray in my usually wine sleeve for traveling, it held up just fine! The Oregami Luggage a great size and a bit different than your standard large rolling duffel suitcase. The Oregami Touring 100 measures 30″ high x 15″ wide x 12″ deep and weighs 14 lbs.
Once I’ve unzipped the top of my Oregmai Luggage, I simply pull the green handle toward me to unfold the organizational trays. That folds the trays out for easy access to all of my belongings in the three individually zipped packing trays. I can then leave then together, empty the contents, or zip them apart if I want to put the trays right into in a dresser drawer.
Once my stay is over and I’m ready to pack up, I pull the red handle back into the bag to close the trays. It’s that easy to store my items back up to travel home. This is the ‘magic’ of the Oregami Luggage system: super easy to access and then close up your belongings when it’s time to pack up and go home.
If I’m traveling with family, each person can have their own tray in the Oregami Touring 100 for their own clothing. My husband and I can each have one organizer tray for clothing and share the third for toiletries and other miscellaneous gear.
Jana Seitzer is a full-time mom to 4 amazing kids, wife, writer, photographer, marketer, designer, and social media maven. She loves to travel all over the world—solo and with her family—and tell stories about her travel adventures, adventures that often involve a glass of wine.