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The Protege Compression Bags allows you to pack more in less space. These bags are ideal for shirts, sweaters, overcoats, jackets as well as blankets and pillows. This set includes one extra-large bag, two large bags and a medium bag.
Protege Compression Bags:
- Pack more in less space
- Ideal for shirts, sweaters, overcoats, jackets as well as blankets and pillows
- Set includes XL bag, 2 large bags and a medium bag
- XL bag measures 37"H x 23"W
- Large bags measure 27"H x 19.5"W
- Medium bag measures 23.5"H x 15.5"W
- Model# PR2899CL11WAM
|Manufacturer:||EB Brands Holdings Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||AT31-091-005-18|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||2.00 x 9.00 x 7.50 IN|
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- No additional equipment needed; the bags come with little clothespin like plastic parts to seal the bag. It then needs to be rolled up to push the air out through a few tiny holes at the bottom of the bag. Done.by globetrottermom9/20/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You don't need anything additional. The bags have a valve on one side that lets the air escape but not come in, which is why they have to be sealed very well. What you would do is seal the bag with the contents inside, then roll it over a hard surface (not a bed, because then it will take a lot of effort) and you will hear the air coming out through the end of the bag until there is almost no air inside.by gpsfairy6/14/2013Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I don't think that you need a vacuum for these ones...I think you roll them and the air comes out.by djdoggy12/29/2011Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?