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8 Packing Techniques that Will Save You Space in Your Suitcase

8 Packing Techniques that Will Save You Space in Your Suitcase

How to pack a suit case to get the very most in less space. Good To Know!

How to pack a suit case to get the very most in less space. Good To Know!

Organized Packing for Families #travel #tips

Organized Packing for Families #travel #tips

This is a very good packing mechanism, and as has been noted by others, good for packing outfits. Tee shirts, underwear and socks carefully folded into a single roll. It would work less with the shorter socks, but still is pretty effective for planning an outfit. This is good for work outfits, packing travel bags for short trips or for long trips.

This is a very good packing mechanism, and as has been noted by others, good for packing outfits. Tee shirts, underwear and socks carefully folded into a single roll. It would work less with the shorter socks, but still is pretty effective for planning an outfit. This is good for work outfits, packing travel bags for short trips or for long trips.

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What the Elbow Cassette Player does is innovative, geeky, kitschy, revivalist, and incredibly cool… all together! This small device opens up, swivels, and snaps onto a cassette tape (almost like it was meant to be how cassettes were to be played!). While it grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, the hinge sits against the exposed magnetic tape. A knob on the device allows you to control playback. The entire set-up is literally small enough to feel like you’re holding an iPod Classic.

What the Elbow Cassette Player does is innovative, geeky, kitschy, revivalist, and incredibly cool… all together! This small device opens up, swivels, and snaps onto a cassette tape (almost like it was meant to be how cassettes were to be played!). While it grabs the cassette’s spools in its elbow arms, the hinge sits against the exposed magnetic tape. A knob on the device allows you to control playback. The entire set-up is literally small enough to feel like you’re holding an iPod Classic.