Baggallini Sydney Bagg with Silver Hardware, Charcoal, One Size

Baggallini Sydney Bagg with Silver Hardware, Charcoal, One Size

  • 2 outside front pockets are perfect for the things you need to get to quickly, large enough to hold an iphone or blackberry
  • Zip closure main compartment contains credit card slots, key and fob, detachable id and coin purse, lipstick and pen holders and 2 additional zip pockets
  • Large stuff pocket on the back stays closed with a hidden magnet
  • Includes detachable, adjustable 52 inch strap
  • Lightweight water resistant fabric

The sydney bag is a stylish cross-body design with bold hardware and metal zippers pulls for the ultimate in security and organization

List Price: $ 89.95

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3 thoughts on “Baggallini Sydney Bagg with Silver Hardware, Charcoal, One Size

  1. 111 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty good, March 15, 2010
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    keysgirl (Key Largo) –

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    Bag feels well made and is accurately described here with the possible exception of the color which is a bit darker/more saturated than pictured but that may depend on your monitor. No bag is right for everyone so here are my observations:
    Upsides:
    1. the key holder is awesome and perfect for those with a car that does not require the key to be put in the ignition (you can leave it in your purse and start the car) AND if you also have keyless entry on your house doors you rarely need to take the keys out, yet if you need to grab them quickly they are easy to find! Honestly if I needed my keys for my house and car I don’t think I would bother to attach them each time though and they would likely be hard to find in the depth of this bag (see below).
    2. Wallet attachment is great and makes up for lacking credit card pockets. I can easily find it and now put my cards back in the wallet after using them and that is a major help!
    3. Lays flat if you like to wear it cross-body style and it is easy to push out of the way (esp. since the strap is very smooth/slippery).
    4. Front pocket with the turn snap is big enough (by far) to accommodate the biggest bulkiest iphone case, even the silicone ones that are impossible to slide in and out of phone pockets drop easily in here and I can ALWAYS find my phone and easily grab it and replace it securely with one hand. This is a major thing for me so I am happy with that. It would also easily fit enve med-lg point and shoot cameras b/c it is pretty deep.
    5. Back side has a pocket on the outside that has a magnetic closure- perfect to quickly slip receipts

    Downsides:
    1. Credit cards do not stay in the little slots leaving a big mess at the bottom of a kinda deep bag
    2. Bag is deep! Since it is narrow/flat (which is what I wanted) it makes retrieving things from the bottom kinda awkward.
    3. Pen loops are useless- they are mounted sideways which I never find convenient but worse their placement on the inside of the ‘front of the bag actually makes it had to open the bag when you are wearing it. Picture the back laying against your body and you go to pull the front panel away from you so you can get to stuff (esp all the stuff that is at the bottom!) and there is a rigid bar there that makes it impossible to make the opening any wider! Hard to explain but really you can’t use these. Ther is no reason they can’t be on the back panel or mounted vertically so I don’t get it!
    4. This is minor but the end of the zipper sticks out to the side (as you can see in photo but the ring that attaches the strap on that side will make it flip up and thus hard to zip and messy looking- that is slightly overstated maybe but if the rings were a little smaller this would not happen.
    5. If you wear this on your shoulder rather than across your body then the slippery-ness of the strap makes it feel like it is going to slide off.
    6. Square zippered pocket on the front is difficult to access because of the zipper (which is sharp too BTW). Too bad there is not a magnetic flap or something because this should be a great place to put things you don’t want to dig for. The little zipper on the front of that pocket is totally uselss You might be able to slide a postage stamp in there but that is it!

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  2. 43 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A place for everything, March 10, 2010
    By 
    Bay Girl “Mwauky” (Milwaukee, WI United States) –

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    I bought this bag to take on a trip, but it is so well-thought-out, I now use it for everyday. There is a roomy easily accessible pocket for the cell phone. There is another similar pocket that can be used for a camera when on a trip, or for credit cards for everyday use. Also there is a perfect pocket for a Kindle if you have one. Everywhere you look, there is another pocket. Baggallini has really good designers working on their purses. I have many Baggallini Baggs, and I love all of them.

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  3. 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Bag Ever, September 27, 2010
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    JJ “eclectic elder” (Ramsey, NJ USA) –

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    This bag is really GREAT. I carry a lot of stuff — cell phone, iPod, camera, wallet, credit cards, check book, make-up purse, epi-pen, and my KINDLE (in it’s case, and more, more, more. It stays slim, tidy and neat-looking. Everything is fingertip ready. I check it over each night, and every morning it’s grab and go ready. I’ve tried lots of different bags, and this is the best.

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