Shoulder Bag Heaven!
I haven't gotten to try the Packing Cube Shoulder Bag (PCSB) out as a packing cube yet, but I have found a great use for it. During my day I feel like I often don't really need a bag, and I don't always bring my Sidekick or Side Effect along. I have a wallet/pouch that attaches to my wheelchair to hold my phone & wallet essentials. I usually keep my keys in a pocket on my body. And most "personal items" (hygiene and med supplies) go in a hidden bag under my wheelchair. However, lately I've been noticing that I do need a bag - for my spare mask, my gloves, my sunglasses case, keys if I don't have a coat on, if my chair is going to be out of eyesight I like to take the wallet/pouch off...and on and on. All of this usually ends up piled on the passenger seat, but if I have a passenger (or if I'm the passenger) then it needs a place to go! Enter the PCSB. It's the perfect size, and size it's so lightweight and foldable (in halcyon), so I don't feel weighted down with one more item. I also think that it will be easy to hang on the back of my chair (when in safe environments not prone to purse snatching - like home & work) using two handle loops, easy to pop on/off, since I don't like to have a bag permanently there. Need to remember to order those next time! I realize this is a highly specialize review, but perhaps other wheelchair users might be interested.