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We just got back from a 10-day trip to Hawaii and it was a dream! The kids were A+ travelers and I was so proud of them for handling every aspect of the trip with ease and excitement. They even carried their backpacks for most of the trip all by themselves, which was very helpful. But of course, there were times when their little bodies got tired of carrying them and Mom and Dad had to take over. Not a problem, although there were times when our hands were full and could have used a little help.
This Add a Bag Luggage Strap is just the solution, and not just for kids. It allows you to connect smaller bags to your roller suitcase so that you can have your hands free. It’s made of nylon so it’s lightweight but strong and folds up compactly so you can easily store it when it’s not in use.
The length of the strap is adjustable, extending from 13 inches to almost 20 inches and you can use it to attach a purse, backpack, tote, briefcase or even other things like blankets and travel pillows. Some reviewers said they used the strap to connect a smaller carry-on suitcase to their larger one for easier transportation and one reviewer said she used the strap to connect a car seat to the stroller she was pushing.
Being hands-free makes travel so much easier so if you always find yourself carrying an extra bag or wishing you could more easily attach one bag to another, this is the perfect, inexpensive solution. Buy the Add a Bag Luggage Strap here.
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