At a glance:
The Jennie Travel Changing Bag is the perfect changing bag, big enough for everything you need while looking super stylish. The beauty of this bag is you have a pocket on the back that slips over the handles of your suitcase, making it super easy to travel with, especially as it keeps your hands free for your baby or toddlers. The baby changing mat fits neatly inside the pockets and the buggy clips allow your changing bag to fit nicely on the handles of your buggy. This bag has a unique interior with multiple pockets, zips, clips and extra bags, meaning you never have to dig for a missing key or dummy again.
Would you recommend this to other mums?
Michelle: It was easy to find what I needed quickly and the bag was organised well. There are sections for everything, including two insulated bottle holding pockets, somewhere for pens and keys and a transparent bag to hold whatever you need. There is a purse with a separate strap so you can use this for personal items or key baby things which you can then carry when you can’t take the big bag. The changing mat was great and has pockets to store wipes/spare nappy so it is easy to carry this for a quick change.
Janeane: I would highly recommend this bag to other mums for various reasons. Although in my opinion, £60 is quite pricey for a changing bag, you are definitely getting value for money and the quality to go with that. The company said that some woman even use it as a bag for themselves after their baby is grown-up and I can see why. It could easily be a lovely weekend bag. For mums travelling the handy way you can slip the bag over a suitcase handle is great. That certainly makes life easier when you have a baby to hold onto as well.
Leanne: I would recommend this product. Having tried a few different changing bags, this one has better features than other brands. I liked the different products within it such as the clutch handbag for mum things that could be removed, the bottle insulating pockets and the clear bag that can be used for travel liquids on flights. I also really liked the travel pocket. When we recently went abroad this bag was an amazing advantage.
How did this product make your life easier?
Rachel: I love this bag! It is the ultimate mummy bag. It can store everything but is not so bottomless that you lose everything because of the cleverly thought out compartments and mini-bags. There is a handbag with a long strap you can take out and a clear flight compatible bag that can be used to keep liquids in when travelling. The compartments mean that I know where everything is located in a hurry which has made being out and about as a mum certainly easier. It also looks great!
Mike: This is a product where a lot of thought has gone into the design. The bag is an oversized woman's handbag with a waterproof lining and compartments for bottles/nappies. It is done with much more style and finesse than other travel bags I have seen. The large zipped top makes it harder for little hands to access while keeping things tucked safely inside. The over-the-shoulder strap makes the bag more stylish and more practical, as does the pocket on the bag which lets you slip it over a suitcase handle - genius.
Carly: This product makes my life so much easier. The interior features are brilliant and allow me to keep all the relevant products I use on my daughter within easy reach. In addition to this, I love the large organiser bag with a changing bag. It made my life easier when out and about because I was able to take that bag to the toilet and not the whole changing bag.
Would you choose this product to win?
Amy: I would choose this product above all others, it is so stylish that it doesn’t even look like a changing bag! It has everything you could think of that a mum would need. All the compartments have been so well thought out to make everything easier for mum. It’s even waterproof. I definitely think this changing bag should win as it’s beautiful, stylish and has all a mum would need.
Annabel: I would definitely choose this bag over others on the market. I now only have one bag to carry around with me, as it is much bigger than most changing bags so can accommodate my things and the babies things. I love the fold-out changing mat inside the pouch for nappies and wipes as most nappy bags do not have this. All of the internal pockets and pouches have been designed with function in mind and are big enough for what they are supposed to carry, such as water bottles. I think it should win.
Denise: I would choose this bag as it wins in terms of practicality and style. The changing mat is ingenious as it has pockets for the storing of wipes but because it folds outwards as well you get a bit more space to change a wriggling baby. I will continue to use it when my son is older as a work or weekend bag.
What changes would you make to this product?
Michelle: The bag is a very good size and when filled can be heavy so it would be great if it had the option of being able to be carried on your back. Maybe some connections on the side of the bag so you could choose whether to use it as a tote or with back/shoulder straps. Having said that, I still think it is a great bag and very useful for travelling.
Janeane: The little clips that allow you to attach the bag to the pushchair frame could be better. Previous bags I've owned have had clips that you can tighten around the pushchair frame so the bag stays put and doesn't slip. The clips included with this bag were just a piece of material so when I used them the bag would just slide right down the frame of my pushchair.
Leanne: The only thing I would change with this changing bag is to perhaps have a couple more sections within the main part of the bag. Although there are quite a few side pockets it would be great to section off some other parts within the main bit. This would make life even easier when looking for things within.