Reviewed: Pacapod Napier changing bag

A while back, before Bea arrived, I mentioned changing bags. I wanted something wipe clean, not too big, with a cross body strap, and that fitted my style. I eventually settled on the Pacapod (I am a sucker for an organisational system) and was thrilled to be offered one to review so I’m here to dish my thoughts on it.

First up, I love it. It does everything I need and I like the way it looks too… here’s a front and back view for you. I chose the Napier, in charcoal.

It’s got 3 main ‘area’s: The pod section which I consider to be baby’s, with 2 velcro in ‘pods’ They are designed as ‘feeding’ and ‘changing’ pods, i.e. one for bottles (or snacks later on) and one for nappies etc, but I use them for changing and changing(!) as we don’t need lots of feeding supplies just yet and a poo-splosion is much more likely.

As well as all the compartments there are several other ‘extra’s’ like the changing mat, and bottle insulating sleeve, that I like. The pods are roomy and the changing pod has extra pockets for nappies, elastic to hold your wipes, and side pockets for whatever else you might need. The feeding pod is insulated, but as you can see I keep a change of clothes in there, bib, and some spare breast pads. There’s also a wipe clean bag for dirty nappies or clothes not shown here.

I often hook the changing pod onto the pram if we are nipping out or throw it into our pram basket, to save taking the whole bag.

The rest of the bag has a large middle compartment and 2 front pockets. I use the middle one as a combination of my stuff, ( I often carry a change of top, just in case,) perhaps a book or magazine and laptop, my camera, purse, a bottle of water, a toy for Bea and a muslin.

Then the front pockets hold my stuff. There’s a zip pocket for my phone, lip balm, hand cream and pen. Then I tend to stuff things like the Red Book, or my diary and post to be sent in the front pocket, along with a couple of cereal bars for emergencies.

And my favourite little gizmo is the key clip – no more rooting around in the bottom of a huge bag for my keys on a rainy day!

I am really happy with the Pacapod – its big enough for us to use for swimming trips with Bea’s towel etc and we have even packed it up for a couple of nights away with friends – it holds plenty of nappies and clothes. I have it ready packed and restock it after we have been out a couple of times. It’s always ready for us to go, so I never have running around the house getting ready nightmares before we go anywhere and best of all I know exactly where everything is.

Have you got a Pacapod? Would you consider one after reading this – I really can’t recommend mine enough.

Love,
Rebecca
xo

Disclaimer: Pacapod sent Rebecca the Napier changing bag for review but all reviews featured here are 100% honest and genuine. If I didn’t like it, you wouldn’t be reading about it.

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4 thoughts on “Reviewed: Pacapod Napier changing bag

  1. I love the pacapod! Im ordering mine today can’t wait til it arrives! My husband wants to order the matching backpack too 🙂

  2. I have a pacapod Portland in Black and Tan ready for our new arrival in 4 weeks time and can’t wait to use it, same as you I’m a sucker for organisation. I’ve just packed it for hospital so have taken out the pods for this occasion and I can’t get over how much I’ve managed to pack into it (maybe a little too much). I love it!

  3. I actually wish I had bought something like this now, I never realised they were so functional. Not much point in investing now as my son is 2, but if we have another I’m definitely splashing out on something better.

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