Tumi Dror Travel Kit Toiletry Bag – Review

By Jonathan Spira on 24 June 2012
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Until recently, I had been happy with a decade-old Tumi pouch-style toiletry bag.  I augmented that with a clear plastic liter-sized bag and I thought I was all set.

But that was, until I discovered the Tumi Dror Travel Kit.  At first, I was skeptical.  It looked too big to fit in my bag.

First, let me review what I bring with me on a trip.  When it comes to toiletries, I do bring a lot but it’s all in small containers and will last up to two weeks.  This includes two 50 ml bottles with Desert Essence organic coconut shampoo and conditioner (not the original containers), a 50 ml bottle of post-shave healer (Fire Fighter from Origins), two small tubs of shaving cream (Origins Blade Runner, not in the original packaging), a 15 ml tube of Mint (face) Wash from Origins (long discontinued but saved from American Airlines’ first-class amenity kits in bulk), and, well, you get the picture.

In total, I have about ten containers plus a Q-tips holder, 113 g Johnson’s baby powder container, a small Band-Aid holder, and a few other miscellaneous items.

The beauty of the Dror travel kit is that it can assume different configurations.  When you first look at it, it looks like a traditional toiletry bag (albeit a good-looking one) but its split configuration means that it can open up and be packed flat (which is how I’ve been using it) and then closed to sit on the bathroom shelf like any other kit would.

In addition to the two roomy interior pockets, which hold everything I listed above and more, it has two interior zippered pockets that can hold small items (razor, tweezer, etc.).

In terms of build quality, the onyx-colored fabric is durable and looked good as well.

For more information, visit the Dror for Tumi website.



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