We designed this as a 3-1-1 toiletries bag for air travel.
The 3D Clear Organizer Cube is a one-compartment organizer cube with clear front and back panels. A simple and unobtrusive plastic hanging hook inside of the 3D Clear Organizer Cube allows you to hang it on a towel rack, cabinet, wall hook or the like. The 3D Clear Organizer Cube was designed specifically to meet the TSA 3-1-1 liquids-program requirements. It works great for that purpose and, unlike a ziplock bag, is reusable and guaranteed to last through years of use as a toiletries kit when you're traveling and as an everyday organizer bag when you're not.
We give you the option of adding a Shoulder Strap to the 3D Clear Organizer Cube, allowing you to hang the Cube from a towel rack or doorknob, or wear it over your shoulder while waiting in the airport security line. The shoulder strap is the same strap included with our Side Effect bag: 5/8" nylon webbing, adjustable, with plastic snaphooks (no pad).
A band of 210d HT ballistic nylon or 200 denier Halcyon nylon fabric (you choose the color) wraps around the top, sides, and bottom. A #5 YKK Aquaguard® zipper with two plastic sliders zips the 3D Clear Organizer Cube. Two O-rings on the left and right exterior sides of the 3D Clear Organizer Cube allow you to clip a Key Strap to the 3D Clear Organizer Cube and attach it to the O-rings inside your larger TOM BIHN travel bag, messenger bag, briefcase, laptop bag, knitting bag, or backpack.
The front and back panels are .016" clear urethane (100% PVC free). In our bags and organizer pouches which use a clear material, that clear material is urethane instead of PVC. This is a conscious and, we hope, conscientious decision on our part; PVC is pretty nasty stuff. It isn’t good for your health (ever open a brand new PVC shower curtain, get a headache, and wonder why?) or the environment. The European Union has gone so far as to ban PVC children’s toys. Unfortunately, PVC is still the third most widely used thermoplastic polymer, in part because urethane and other alternatives tend to be more expensive than PVC. We think the added expense of urethane is worth it for the health of you, us, and the planet.