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The Drop: WaterField Designs Travel Toiletry Bag

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Chris Van Hoven
The Drop: WaterField Designs Travel Toiletry Bag

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When you’re out on a trip, a good toiletry bag can be the difference between keeping your grooming essentials organized, accessible, and hygienic, or finding out your shampoo bottle emptied its contents all over your clothes. However, this Travel Toiletry Bag from WaterField Designs isn’t your ordinary Dopp kit. It’s got some clever features that are noteworthy enough to make it stand out from the crowd, handcrafted by WaterField’s expert team right in San Francisco.

Like any reliable bag you’d want to bring on your travels, the Travel Toiletry Bag is made of high-quality materials that can withstand the rigors of your trip. You can choose from durable, water-resistant waxed canvas or ballistic nylon, both with full-grain leather and premium hardware.

Its two external side slots can hold and separate a toothbrush and a razor when not in use. This means you don’t have to worry about them touching a dirty bathroom counter or getting lost in the main compartment. You can easily grab them when needed and put them back when you’re done.

A spacious main compartment opens wide and is accessible from either side via dual zipper pulls. You can fit all your large items, such as shampoo bottles, shaving cream, deodorant, or lotions here. The bag has four small interior pockets and a front zippered pocket that can organize and separate loose toiletries such as cotton swabs, floss, nail clippers, and other smaller items.

The Travel Toiletry Bag’s water-resistant and eye-catching gold lining wipes clean and brightens the interior, making it easy to find what you are looking for without digging through the bag. The bag also has a nylon side loop that can hang on a bathroom hook or act as a quick-grab handle.

What we like: Whether you choose the waxed canvas or ballistic nylon variant, the Travel Toiletry Bag is built to last in the USA.

What to watch out for: $99 is steep, but well worth considering, given the materials and handcrafted quality.

Final verdict: Whether you’re traveling for business, leisure, or adventure, you’ll find this toiletry bag to be a smart and stylish companion (and heirloom) for years to come.

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Chris Van Hoven is a multifaceted writer with a keen interest in technology, watches, and the world of automobiles. When he geeks out about technical details and specifications, his enthusiasm for these subjects is contagious.

Having contributed extensively to renowned publications, he has made a name for himself as an authority in the Philippine automotive industry. His expertise can be seen through his engaging articles as Editor-in-Chief of C! Magazine, a prominent car magazine where he offers insightful reviews and comprehensive analysis of various vehicles.

In addition to his automotive pursuits, Chris's horological inclinations are evident in his work for Calibre Magazine and Vintage Grail. Here, he explores the latest watch releases, trends, and the significance of various vintage timepieces, captivating readers with his knowledge and enthusiasm.

Beyond his writing endeavors, Chris is an avid gamer, finding solace in the immersive world of PC gaming. His passion for gaming and tech-related gadgets allows him to stay at the forefront of the industry, always seeking the latest advancements and sharing his experiences with others.

Combining his love for technology, watches, and automotive wonders, Chris Van Hoven stands as a versatile writer who has built a reputation for his expertise and engaging style. His ability to weave together captivating stories and detailed analysis continues to capture readers and fuel his dedication to these ever-evolving fields.

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