This is an advertorial
I’ve always loved and lauded Muji’s travel items, so I’m delighted to find out that they’re expanding their range of travel items. Among their new products, my wish list/to-buy includes:
Shrink Wrap Shirt. A shirt that’s meant to be worn wrinkled. I like that. No need to worry about creases in your clothes from packing haphazardly hours before your flight. Even better, it folds into a compact bundle that you can squeeze into your bag.
Mobile Speakers. I have this cute Lego-looking speakers, but it only works for my iPod, not on my phone. The cord has its own compartment within the design so there’s no awkward dangling cord. It has built in amplifiers, so this is would be louder than the puny volume I get from my old speakers.
Deodorant Bags. No need to use plastic bags or take your eco bag out of commission just for storing your dirty clothes. This bag is designed not just from segregating your clothes, but also makes sure that your clean clothes stay smelling fresh.
Suitcase Belt with TSA Lock. I love my Delsey luggage, but it’s a lot harder to spot it in the carousel unlike my other red suitcase. This should help in seeing it from afar. I used to wonder when I see luggage with these belts, considering that the straps can be easily be opened, removed, and put back. That’s great about the Muji Suitcase Belt is that it comes with a combination lock, and a TSA lock, so if your luggage is tagged for an inspection, there’s no need to cut the strap off. And it comes in purple.
Muji’s new travel campaign, “From Japan to the world,” aims to meet the needs for all types of travelers. Whether you travel for business, for pleasure, or for just the hell of it, there’s something that would fit your style. Other travel items in their new line includes:
In the Philippines, MUJI is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. (SSI) and is located at Bonifacio High Street, Power Plant Mall at Rockwell Center, Greenbelt 3 and SM Mall of Asia. Open for a limited period only in Alabang Town Center, Rustan’s Makati and 158-Designers’ Blvd at The Podium.