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One of the most exciting things about traveling is the sense of freedom, in search of adventure. Nobody wants to be worrying and weighed down by whether or not their gear is safe and secure. That´s where Pacsafe steps in. Pacsafe bags and packs are all about the spirit of adventure, and keeping that spirit alive with peace of mind.

Travel security A few moments thinking about Pacsafe´s travel security products now can mean an entire trip spent enjoying yourself. It takes only a second in time for a seasoned pickpocket or thief to snatch up your precious belongings and ruin your good time. With a Pacsafe bag in hand, a basic sense of security may be restored.

Every Pacsafe travel security product is designed for your peace of mind. Safe, secure and sound, now you really can go out there and see more of the world. Through innovative anti-theft features and designs, you will have the ability on any adventure to do more

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Latest Pacsafe Reviews

Stylesafe Anti-Theft Crossbody Bag

Stylesafe Anti-Theft Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

Love the softer fabric and the improved strap. I especially like the underside of the strap - smooth/no ridges. I had purchased the Metrosafe LS140 for a three week trip two years ago. When I returned, I noticed that my "nicer" tops were damaged by the strap rubbing (PacSafe uses this strap design in most of their bags) . This purse will pack flat if needed and lays next to the body nicely without being structured. The clip is still substantial without being so heavy as in some previous Pacsafe models. Large enough to carry my Cannon Powershot SX50 comfortably if I wanted to. Overall very pleased with my purchase.

from Clayton on November 11, 2018

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Slingsafe LX300 Anti-Theft Backpack

Slingsafe LX300 Anti-Theft Backpack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

I love this bag. I’ve had it over a year and wear it everyday. It’s perfect as a carryall for living in NYC.

on November 10, 2018

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Slingsafe LX200 Anti-Theft Compact Tote Bag

Slingsafe LX200 Anti-Theft Compact Tote Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

Purchased for a trip to Europe to use as a day bag. Although sometimes I wished it was bigger, or expanded more, I think the size is great for a day bag. It's a little small for an additional personal item to bring on a plane for bringing back gifts and souvenirs. I felt more secure having a tote with a secure zipper rather than an open tote.

on November 08, 2018

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Metrosafe LS350 Anti-Theft 15L Backpack

Metrosafe LS350 Anti-Theft 15L Backpack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

really well done...lots of pockets and lots of middle space..quality is top of the list...security features...

from Los Angeles on November 06, 2018

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Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Convertible Backpack to Crossbody

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Convertible Backpack to Crossbody

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars
  • Comfort 3Rated 3 stars3Rated 3 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

This bag prompted me purchasing the wallet and the other purse. My friend purchased this bag and I loved it so much I wanted my own. It’s nice to covert from a purse to a backpack. It holds all you would need for a day of sightseeing.

on November 06, 2018

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Citysafe CX  RFID Wristlet Wallet

Citysafe CX RFID Wristlet Wallet

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

I purchased this because it’s a pacsafe and I was going on a few trips. I never transitioned back to my old wallet. This fits several credit cards, an iPhone, passport, and has two zippered pouches and three places for bills/receipts. I had two back to back work trips to Europe and it was great keeping the American and Euro dollars/coins separate. Now, I still use this one because it’s easy to run out and have everything you need as a wristlet.

on November 06, 2018

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Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Square Crossbody Bag

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Square Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

I’m addicted to Pacsafe and have been for years. I love this line. It’s more stylish than the traditional pacsafe purses. I purchased this one to wear on the plane and around town. It fit my pacsafe wallet, two iPhones, an iPad mini, my passport, and a few other odds and ends. Love it.

on November 06, 2018

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Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Length Crossbody
Vibe 325 Anti-Theft Crossbody Pack

Vibe 325 Anti-Theft Crossbody Pack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

Simple sling bag that gives me piece of mind when traveling with RFID protection and locking zipper mechanism.

on November 05, 2018

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RFIDsafe V125 Anti-Theft RFID Blocking Trifold Wallet
Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Sling to Backpack

Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Sling to Backpack

  • Overall2Rated 2 stars2Rated 2 stars
  • Comfort 2Rated 2 stars2Rated 2 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

This can really only work as a backpack. If that is what you want, it's a cute, not too small urban backpack. It makes no sense to have a convertible strap, because it just doesn't work, no matter how I try, to convert it and wear it as a sling.

on October 31, 2018

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Metrosafe LS450 Anti-Theft 25L Backpack

Metrosafe LS450 Anti-Theft 25L Backpack

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 3Rated 3 stars3Rated 3 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

This is a great backpack, and I would keep it, except that the shoulder straps are too wide for my frame (I am 5'4"). In wearing it, they kind of sit past my arms making it look like I am a character in star trek or something.

on October 31, 2018

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Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Square Crossbody Bag

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Square Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

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Daysafe Anti-Theft Crossbody Bag

Daysafe Anti-Theft Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

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Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Length Crossbody

Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Length Crossbody

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

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Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Small Crossbody Bag

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft Small Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

Review for Zappos Rewards Points

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Citysafe CX Hobo

Citysafe CX Hobo

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

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Citysafe CS200 Anti-Theft Handbag

Citysafe CS200 Anti-Theft Handbag

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

From a frequent traveler who doesn’t check bags - This is a review of six different items, all of which I purchased, but I returned three of them. Below are the reasons for my choices, which surprised me once I actually saw the items, and how they are working together for me. I travel extensively, domestically and internationally, and almost never check any items through. I usually travel with a briefcase and a small backpack, using careful packing but always having plenty of what I need. These items will also be replacing an extremely old Pacsafe item, that I’ve used to substitute for a purse or shoulder bag even though it was sold as a waist pack, and had very many compliments on the great “purse“! My new items were purchased with the intent to provide greater flexibility for my professional and non-professional travel. The Citysafe CS200, Daysafe crossbody, and Stylesafe convertible crossbody look really fabulous, and when I first pulled them out of the bag I was certain I would be choosing one of them. In fact, I put the Citysafe CX Hobo back into the shipping box almost as soon as I unloaded it, thinking it wasn’t useful. However, when I then tried loading my usual travel gear into each of the first three, briefcase type bags, things didn’t really fit nearly as well as they did in my old small Tumi briefcase. I wanted something that would substitute as both a purse and a briefcase, but these didn’t do the job. I then pulled the Hobo back out of the box, and everything fit with lots of room to spare. The Hobo has one concern for me. The straps don’t stay put well on a slippery raincoat shoulder, but if I use the cross body option that strap seems very flimsy, one that could easily be cut. However, although it is not designed for this purpose, a thin person could fit the lockable heavy strap around your waist, and take some of the weight off the cross body strap as well as lock the bag more securely to your body. I can do this only if I don’t have a coat on, but a thinner person could probably do it easily without too much stress on the hardware. However, this thinner strap has a huge silver lining! The silver lining has to do with the small bags, and I’m keeping both of them. The square bag is more casual, but the hardware appears dressy but sporty. It has a fair amount of room for a small bag. The strap is a bit heavy, but it’s great as a cross body bag in the city. The small cross body bag, which looks much dressier and can easily be an evening bag that looks like silk, cannot fulfill that dressy purpose with the heavy strap. That strap really just looks too heavy for this bag in general. If using it in an insecure environment, it would be a good idea, of course. I had hoped I would be able to easily remove the heavy strap so that I could carry one heavy strap to use for both of the small bags, and then use the light weight easily cuttable strap (from the Hobo) just for the dressy bag. However, the heavy strap on both of these small cross body bags is stitched at one end. Therefore, this is my solution, and if the way I use these pieces changes, I will post again later. I’m using the Hobo as my main travel bag, that can function as a briefcase when needed professionally, and as a tote when needed for shopping,. I will not use the thin cross body strap (from the Hobo) except when traveling through airports, where I feel more safe. However, I will also use that lightweight strap on the small cross body bag that looks more dressy. On the small cross body bag, I have actually cut the stitching so I can remove the supplied heavy strap from that more delicate appearing bag. I am keeping the heavy strap on the more casual square cross body bag, and I will use that when I need a small bag in a less secure environment. I’m excited about this combination, and expect it to do very well for summer and winter trips!

on October 29, 2018

Review for Zappos Rewards Points

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Daysafe Anti-Theft Tech Crossbody Bag

Daysafe Anti-Theft Tech Crossbody Bag

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

Great for travel. Very well constructed for solid security on your valueables that you want close to you.

on October 21, 2018

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Citysafe CX  RFID Wristlet Wallet

Citysafe CX RFID Wristlet Wallet

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

I’ve used this wallet for about 2 months now. I intend to only use this for travel, but I never switched back. I’ve taken it on two domestic trips (one business and one leisure) and one foreign trip. I love that I can keep two currencies (bills and coins) separate. There are plenty of credit card slots, room for recipes, and my iPhone and passport fit inside. I tend to grab the wallet at head out for dinner during trips. Perfect.

on October 20, 2018

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Metrosafe LS140 Anti-Theft Compact Shoulder Bag

Metrosafe LS140 Anti-Theft Compact Shoulder Bag

  • Overall4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars
  • Comfort 1Rated 1 stars1Rated 1 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

This is a good size for a small cross body. It is well designed as far as pockets, flaps etc. The cross body strap is thick, but it has to be for anti-theft. For my height (5'1") to have the bag sit at my hip, the adjustable buckle on the strap presses against the top of my shoulder. All my items fit perfectly (small wallet, keys, iPhone 8plus, sunglasses. There is an inside zip pocket that I put lipstick, wipes, small travel size hand cream in. With all the normal items, the bag is very heavy-too heavy to carry comfortably for my frame.

on October 20, 2018

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Vibe 25 Anti-Theft 25L Backpack

Vibe 25 Anti-Theft 25L Backpack

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars3Rated 3 stars
  • Comfort 2Rated 2 stars2Rated 2 stars
  • Style 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars

I was looking for a backpack that would work as a carryon for an international flight and look relatively professional when I got to my destination. This looks good — very simple, clean exterior lines. The security features are abundant but not intuitive. It took me 10 minutes to get into the pack, and I never figured out the feature to lock it to a chair, etc. The real deal breaker was the straps. This shipped with the straps adjusted to their shortest length. That was still too long for me, and the bag rested on top of my bum. I’m 5’7”, so not exactly short. Had the straps worked I would have kept it, but I went with the more comfortable Timbuk2 Authority pack.

on October 17, 2018

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Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Sling to Backpack

Stylesafe Anti-Theft Convertible Sling to Backpack

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars3Rated 3 stars
  • Comfort 2Rated 2 stars2Rated 2 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

This was a cute convertible backpack purse. However, the points of contact made it awkward to wear it as a sling (which is how I primarily wanted to wear it). So, I had to return it.

on October 15, 2018

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RFIDsafe Z50 Trifold Wallet

RFIDsafe Z50 Trifold Wallet

  • Overall5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Comfort 4Rated 4 stars4Rated 4 stars
  • Style 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars

I had been looking to replace my El Cheapo trifold nylon wallet, and was not having any luck finding one locally. I haven't carried a leather wallet in over 20 years, and refuse to; I generally buy a wallet from a street vendor and use it until it falls apart. So I went online and found this wallet on Zappos that meets my needs, and then some. I wasn't looking specifically for one that will protect against identity thieves, but hey! That's a great—and vital—idea! I'm keeping the chain on it, because I love having a wallet in my pocket that can protect against actual pickpockets, too—"Hey, wait a minute!" The Cordura fabric is great and I know it will make this wallet last and last; the only thing is the size is a little bigger than I'm used to, so I'm getting used to having it in my jeans pocket. I periodically weed my wallet so it doesn't become like a George Costanza wallet, and I like the organization of this one that includes inside pockets. All in all, this may be the last wallet I ever purchase.

from New York on October 14, 2018

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft 17L Backpack

Citysafe CX Anti-Theft 17L Backpack

  • Overall3Rated 3 stars3Rated 3 stars
  • Comfort 5Rated 5 stars5Rated 5 stars
  • Style 2Rated 2 stars2Rated 2 stars

I bought this primarily for the safety features. I returned it however, because I find the top closure difficult to zip because of the way the sides slope down. If it is not a concern, it is a great travel bag.

from Orlando, FL on October 07, 2018

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