dryrobe Compression Travel Bag

£24.95 YOU SAVE £5.04(17%) RRP £29.99
dryrobe

dryrobe Compression Travel Bag

£24.95

YOU SAVE £5.04 (17%) RRP £29.99

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dryrobe Compression Travel Bag





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  • dryrobe Compression Travel Bag

    • Packs to approx 30cm length x 20 cm wide x 8-10 cm high depending on tightness of straps
    • Made from a robust waterproof nylon fabric with sealed seams
    • Padded shoulder carry strap
    • Highly water resistant *Not submersible.

    dryrobe® compression travel bag - The ultimate way to compress the warmest change robe in the World into the smallest size to travel. Now wherever you travel you can more easily take your dryrobe with you as the travel compression bag is ideal for use where luggage space may be limited. You can virtually 'vacuum' pack your dryrobe.

    Simply stuff the dryrobe in the bag, hood first, rollover & clip the top, undo the valve, squash all of the air out by kneeling on the dryrobe, (or using a vacuum cleaner), then pull the compression straps tight & re-seal the valve.

    The bag is not designed to be air tight or submersible, air will slowly re-enter the bag but it will remain extremely compact.

    Made from a robust waterproof nylon fabric with sealed seams throughout and a padded shoulder carry strap.

    This really works!

  • "In Stock"
    This means that the item is in stock and ready for despatch. We do make the odd mistake but 98% of items that say in stock, are actually in stock. If you are ordering a quantity of any item, you are welcome to email or phone to check the quantity available.

    "Delivered in 10 Days"
    This means that the item is in stock in our remote warehouse and will usually be delivered to you in 10 working days.

    "Despatch 6-10 Days"
    You are able to buy/order the item but just to advise you that the item is not currently in our warehouse and therefore not available for immediate despatch but is on order or en route to us and we hope to despatch within 6-10 Days. If you want to know more details just e-mail or phone us.

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  • Free Standard UK Delivery on orders over £30 are usually sent by Royal Mail post (*exclusions apply see Delivery FAQs). FREE delivery, on orders over £30, applies to MOST, NOT ALL* UK mainland addresses (*exclusions apply see Delivery FAQs). We use a combination of Royal Mail and Carrier services and in some cases a signature is required to confirm receipt (high value/bulky orders).

    For further detailed information please see Delivery FAQs.

    We reserve the right to collate multiple orders into one delivery if going to the same address. We are unable to split orders/deliveries if any one item in an order is not available from stock, indicated by 'Despatch due date / Awaiting stock / Stock expected'. So we would usually despatch an order once complete as/when all the items are available from stock to send as one parcel.

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    Buy Christmas Gifts confidently knowing that you can return any unwanted purchase. Purchases from 30th October are subject to our Christmas Extended Returns.Simply e-mail or phone to advise us by 2th January 2018 and return your unwanted gift to us for exchange or refund as required. See website for further details.

    Please email [email protected] or phone us on 01736 751066 for a RETURNS AUTHORISATION NUMBER before sending the goods. Do please click here for all the details

dryrobe

Dryrobe was designed by Gideon Bright, a surfer from North Devon with a huge amount of water experience. Fed up with being cold and wet whilst changing in carparks, he decided to develop an idea his Mum originaly had.

His Mum (Anne Bright) made him a changing robe in 1983 and it was only a bit of design away from becoming the loved product it is today, keeping hypothermia at bay