Packing Video 1

Here is the link to the Tumi Bag (click on the word “Tumi”, it is a hyperlink). The dimensions are on the website.

Link to Eagle Creek (hyperlink) cube products. In the US, The Container Store carries a large selection of the Eagle Creek products as does Edward’s Luggage.

Anyway, if you guys want me to do the followup video, which has two other great Eagle Creek Products, I’ll need 5 comments on the blog (spam not included).

Here’s a direct link to the video on Vimeo in case anyone is having problems viewing it on the Blog.

    9 Responses to “Packing Video 1”

  1. February 6, 2011 | Reply
    Terry Taylor says:

    Nice thoughts- I am an absolute convert to Eagle Creek products. I never have taken the figure it out, but since I now use their products packing small is much easier. As a plus, it is easy to up pack and pack on the road.

  2. Informative video. Looking forward to part two. I use a small Eagle Creek bag to hold: my backup hard drive, a variety of cables (USB, Firewire, etc.), and my card reader. Having everything in one bag makes preparing for field work easy.

  3. February 6, 2011 | Reply
    Mark Finders says:

    Very good ideas, I really like the shoe bags. I’m always on the lookout for good manufacturers, so I’ll be watching for Tumi and Eagle Creek. I never thought to roll up my shirts, makes them very compact, much better than laying them in the bag flat and trying to get everything as tight as possible. Looking forward to finding out what to do with my pants :-)

  4. February 6, 2011 | Reply
    Mark Finders says:

    By the way, I totally agree on the Speedo thing, could you imagine if Americans wore them? Neon blue Speedos with cowboy boots? Scary!!!

  5. Great video William. I needed this.

  6. March 13, 2011 | Reply
    Kent Demas says:

    Love the Eagle Creek tip for compacting the t-shirts and underwear, great idea! Hmmm…I better look for part #2 of the tips!

    I hope you’re well William!


  7. Hi- would like to see how you pack your carry-on/camera gear/computer. I have been to Burma photographing and about to go to Himalayas. The lighter the better! Thanks.

  8. Thanks for your ideas and tips. Will definitely try rolling my T-shirts. Just discovered this site and am very impressed and curious to go through the different categories.

    I am from Vienna, Austria, so I am afraid a lot of these products might not be as easily available but the techniques remain the same.

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