The Zeropoint Smallest Bag is the smallest bag ever invented. This pocket-sized purse is tiny enough to fit on your finger, but unfurls to unveil a mega capacity. It’s great for travelers who need something small to hold essentials like passports and cash during daytrips.
The Smallest Bag measures 220 by 310 millimeters at full size, but when rolled up is smaller than a piece of chalk or a coin. If you don’t feel like carrying it around in your pocket, it includes a strap that can be snapped shut around any sturdy surface, like your belt loop or onto your backpack shoulder strap. This thing is so small it even weighs less than your key. It’s so light you might forget it’s even there, which we guess can pose a bit of a problem for some people. The bag is made with a dustproof polyester material and is splash proof on the inside, so you can use it to hold your drinks. It’s also machine washable and quick to dry.
So is it practical? Probably not. But if you’re into minimalism and in need of something you can easy stow in the car or take with you on the go, it might be worth looking into. The Zeropoint Smallest Bag retails for only $7, with first shipments expected to begin in May 2019. Check out the website for more information on features and how to order.
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