“ Brand: RNLI / Type: Tote Bag „
Here I am again with another review about a lifeboat product. I told you that I would keep coming back with more didn't I? It comes from us having a shop here in Llandudno where we can stock a much larger range of products than we could when we just had a stall on the promenade. The one that I am going to tell you about today is the Regatta Bag which costs £14.95 in the shop although, if you were to order it from the website at www.rnlishop.org.co.uk , you would have to pay an extra £3.95 to cover the cost of postage and packing. The bag itself measures 35cm high by 47cm wide and 13cm deep or if, like me you still can't think metric, that's 14 inches by 18.5 inches by 5 inches. It has two long blue carrying handles, which are reinforced for extra strength, so that the bag can be carried on your shoulder. The bag is made from hard wearing polyester and is split into thirds with the left hand third being blue in colour the middle third is white and the right hand third is red in colour. It is lined in white with two open topped inner pockets - one set in each side. The whole thing zips across the top by means of a blue zip with red tabs to keep the contents safe and there is a further zip pocket on the white part of the outside of the bag. This one also has a blue zip with a red tab so they both fit in smartly with the rest of the bag. The red, white and blue theme is also strong this year with it being the Queen's Golden Jubilee. As with all the bags sold by the RNLI this one is really strong and would be ideal for shopping or for taking your bits and pieces to the beach. It looks really smart as you can see in the picture at the top of the review. I tend to use mine when I go into town and need to take things to be posted and / or paid into the bank. Then I have it to carry whatever bits of shopping I do whilst I am there. So there you are - yet again it is an excellent, well made product which will look good and do the job well and of course by buying it you will be indirectly helping to save someone's life.