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What People Are Saying About BagRagz


Published 12:00 am PST Sunday, November 26, 2006

Holiday marketplace: Gifts to go
Great ideas for commuters and world travelers alike

By Janet Fullwood - Bee Travel Editor

...Dress-up clothes One way to banish the black-and-boring luggage blahs is to dress up your suitcase with BagRagz. The stretchy knit suitcase covers come in a variety of prints, from tropical flowers to camouflage to wild-animal patterns. You'll spot your bag the first time it comes around the carousel when it's wearing one of these things -- and BagRagz will help keep your expensive luggage scuff-free, too. BagRagz are easy to pull down for security inspections; we're not aware of any complaints or prohibitions from the TSA. The carry-on size sells for $19.95; larger sizes also are available...


Published Philadelphia Inquirer 03/02/2008
Miami 04/06/2008

Clothed case

Don't rely on colored ribbons or duct-tape initials to make your bags stand out from similar-looking luggage on the baggage carousel. Instead, dress them up with a dress of sorts.

BagRagz are brightly patterned, stretchy polyester/ Lycra sacks, with elastic on both ends, that are designed to be pulled over a bag like snug stockings. The covers make bags easy to spot, and provide protection from nicks and scratches.

Since BagRagz have no locking mechanisms, they don't interfere with security. Space at the top and bottom of the covers keeps handles and wheels free; a slit at the side makes side handles accessible.

Available in three sizes that cover most luggage sizes. Among about 24 patterns: pink leopard spots, international flags, and puppy paw prints.

BagRagz are $24 each at

- Judi Dash


Published YouTube/Podcast 01/28/2008
Christopher Elliott - Blogger/syndicated columnist/TV host

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