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Toiletry Bandolier

Cloth strap with pockets for toiletries
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The bathroom isn't mine, so I can't leave my things there. I take a lot of things and use all of them, but a bag makes access a little difficult. Instead, wear a simple cloth bandolier with variable-width compartments (employing sliding dividers) that snugly hold toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, medicine, floss, soap, and other things for fast access.
Ketchupybread, Dec 06 2008


       Handy for travelers when using public facilities in campsites, marinas, etc. [+]
batou, Dec 10 2008

       Also useful for students living in dorms with communal facilities. Supercool idea. [+]
Noexit, Dec 10 2008

       Yeah, 'cause fanny packs are So five minutes ago.   

       ...so really a *toolbelt*?
xandram, Dec 10 2008

       + Great idea. The problem with the standard carriers for toiletries is that you never have a place to put them down, especially when in the home of someone that must cover every inch with a toad or mouse or ribboned pillow. Here's a place to put your silky satiny pink giraffe.
theGem, Dec 10 2008

       I wear my dressing gown whilst having a shower, shampoo in one pocket and washing powder in the other.   

       Bingo! [+]
skinflaps, Dec 10 2008

       <image of [skinflaps] in dressing gown at back of Mecca bingo hall>
wagster, Dec 10 2008

       If there's a hanger, you can hang it, if there's not, just drape it across one shoulder. Sliding dividers and all, a great idea. ++
nomocrow, Dec 10 2008


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