Erin Condren recently released their new planner tote bag. They were nice enough to send me on and just in time because I was in dire need of a new work bag. I’ve been using it for about a week now and thought I would share my thoughts in an Erin Condren Planner Tote Bag Review.
Erin Condren Planner Tote Bag Review
Obviously Erin Condren is known for their paper planners and accessories, so this is something totally new and totally different for them. The Erin Condren Tote Bags come in three different fabric options and 4 different colorways. You can choose between leather suede, and canvas with the leather option in black, the suede in a gold metallic navy and the canvas fabric in grey or navy.
I got the metallic suede option which is coming across more like a grey suede in the photos but in person, it definitely looks more gold metallic. I love this color because it goes with everything and the shimmer is fun but can still be professional.
The tote measures 13.5” H x 13” W x 3.5” D with a 6-inch drop for the handle. Other features include…
-2 D-rings to easily add or change out Planner Tote Bag Strap
-2 exterior zipper compartments that can fit a 13″ laptop,
7″ x 9″ book or 8.5″ x 11″ book
-Interior zipper pocket
-Water bottle pocket
-2 additional interior pockets
-Comes with planner tote bag strap included
The tote bag holds a good amount of stuff. I currently have my work 13″ work computer, my computer charger, my LifePlanner, Planny Pack, PetitePlanner Folio, a notebook and a water bottle in it. It’s not too big and it holds everything I need it to hold.
It’s floppy but still holds its shape and I love the option to carry with handle or with a strap. Additionally, I really like having the zippered compartments to keep my laptop in if I am walking in the rain or leave my bag in my car at the gym after work.
This tote is perfect for holding all your planning essentials to plan on the go but also makes the perfect work tote. This would also be really convenient to travel with for carrying computers, tablets, etc.
It is an investment ranging in price from $60 to $120 depending on which fabric you choose but it’s very high quality and I don’t have to worry about stuffing it full and the handles giving out from weight because of the quality…which is very important to me.
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