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    "What kind of bag is that?...."

    Whilst paying for my skincare products at the Lush store today, the sales assistant noticed my bag as I pulled out my wallet to pay, she asked me what bag I was using as it looked like it would make a good travel bag. Needless to say, I was excited and proudly told her that it's a TOM BIHN bag!

    I have started using my small Cafe Bag (Nordic/ultraviolet Dyneema) since receiving it a week ago. Such a great little bag of organization for going around town and for EDC. Fits my essentials of wallets (a TB wallet on key strap and a Finn wallet), iPhone (not pictured), 2 ballpoint pens, snack bars for kids (eaten this morning at the shops), a toddler water bottle (not pictured), keys and Victorinox SAK on a Wasabi key strap, a Wenger SAK on S-biner attached to a side O-ring, and a Wasabi 3D Cube (filled with tissues, wet wipes, pair of toddler socks, mentos). Very happy with my SCB. 😄
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    Quote Originally Posted by WenV View Post
    Whilst paying for my skincare products at the Lush store today, the sales assistant noticed my bag as I pulled out my wallet to pay, she asked me what bag I was using as it looked like it would make a good travel bag. Needless to say, I was excited and proudly told her that it's a TOM BIHN bag!

    I have started using my small Cafe Bag (Nordic/ultraviolet Dyneema) since receiving it a week ago. Such a great little bag of organization for going around town and for EDC. Fits my essentials of wallets (a TB wallet on key strap and a Finn wallet), iPhone (not pictured), 2 ballpoint pens, snack bars for kids (eaten this morning at the shops), a toddler water bottle (not pictured), keys and Victorinox SAK on a Wasabi key strap, a Wenger SAK on S-biner attached to a side O-ring, and a Wasabi 3D Cube (filled with tissues, wet wipes, pair of toddler socks, mentos). Very happy with my SCB. ��
    Lovely photo! Glad you're happy with your SCB.
    Current Carry: Skookum Dog Citizen Canine prototype, Founder's Briefcase (every day carry), Small Cafe Bag (every day carry), Shop Bags (groceries, extra random stuff), Aeronaut 45 (travel), Synapse 19 (day hikes), Smart Alec (longer day hikes), Skookum Dog Road Duffel (Medium) (travel), Clear Organizer Wallet, Travel Stuff Sacks, Organizer Cubes

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    I love Lush's stuff! Their shampoo bars are great! (and most of their other stuff too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    Lovely photo! Glad you're happy with your SCB.
    Thanks, Darcy! Now that I have both the Cordura (Steel/cayanne) as well as the Dyneema cafe bags, I must say I like both materials. Although the Cordura feels like a more casual-relaxed style and the Dyneema feels more techy-travel in style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enjih View Post
    I love Lush's stuff! Their shampoo bars are great! (and most of their other stuff too)
    Hi enjih, thanks for the recommendation on shampoo bars. I was recently introduced to that store by a colleague on their moisturizer bars, so went in there to buy that as well as a few other items for my sister-in-law's birthday. Looking forward to try more of their products.

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    I'm sure you'll find all sorts of fun things there! I always do!


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