Pacapod Mirano Changing Bag

After 4 weeks of using it, I got sick and tired of rooting through my Cath Kidston changing bag to try and find bum cream, nappies or my lip balm.. It was full to the brim and I could barely fit my purse in. I was ready to rip it up to be quite honest!
After a teeny bit of research online I found Pacapod – a range of ultra stylish changing bags with a 3 in 1 storage system – and I fell I love with this little beaut, the Mirano bag
I desperately needed some organisation in my old changing bag as things were all over the place. Nappies were mixed up with bottles, muslins and spare clothing and it was quickly driving me insane. The Pacapod Mirano bag answers all my prayers with its 3 separate compartments for 3 different uses. The first ‘pod’ is for feeding and easily fits 3 of my quite bulky Dr Browns bottles, a muslin, Infacol and bibs.
The 2nd is purely for nappy changing equipment and has space for plenty of nappies, wipes, creams, cotton wool etc etc.
The pods are completely removable which I LOVE as when out and about you don’t need to lug an entire bag over to the changing station you can just whip your pod out and everything you would need is visible and easily accessible.
Included in the package is a cute and comfy changing mat, a bottle insulator and a little drawstring bag for baby’s spare clothing.
The main compartment of the bag is purely all for me! If I wanted to I could fit a laptop or iPad in there, purse, makeup, spare tshirt (I have found this quite important after wandering around the shops with puke stains on my top!).
The quality of the Mirano is beautiful and I can see it lasting me years which is great because it doesn’t come cheap at £99. 
I am head over heels for mine and Harry’s new arm candy and I think it’s well worth the investment!
Have you tried any bags from the Pacapod range??
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  • Reply Kat R 05/01/2014 at 2:57 pm

    I love this! I have one from Next which is ok but I often find myself rifling through it trying to find things, this looks so organised and spacious! xx

  • Reply Kerry Dyer 05/01/2014 at 4:24 pm

    This looks great! Maybe a must have when I have 2! x

  • Reply admin 05/01/2014 at 6:15 pm

    Defo a must have ladies it's worth the price tag I promise you!! X

  • Reply RuBee 05/01/2014 at 11:04 pm

    This looks really good. I love how easily accessible it all looks and I love the idea of different compartments. My husband bought me a cath kidston bag but I can see its limitations even before I use it. X

  • Reply MissSparkles @ Sparkles and Stretchmarks 05/01/2014 at 11:47 pm

    This sounds fantastic! I LOVE my Pink Lining one but this looks much more practical and organised! xx

  • Reply Danitchi 07/01/2014 at 11:32 pm

    This looks so organized and practical to use! I haven't bought one yet and now am considering one like this. Thank you!

    Danielle | My Little Sprout – my pregnancy blog

  • Reply Anonymous 16/08/2014 at 5:03 pm

    My name is Sarah, I've been researching changing bags and seriously considering going for the Pacapod Mirano. As it's a bit pricier than some others I've looked at I'm trying to make sure it has the features I want. Unfortunately I don't live close to any stockists to see the product in person. I wanted to ask about the "parent pockets" – are they sufficient size to hold purse, phone, keys and a small diary? Also, are the "parent pockets" all zipped? I can't seem to make this out from the product descriptions online. Many thanks in advance, S 🙂

    • Reply admin 13/02/2015 at 2:09 pm

      Its really pricey but so worth it! Yes the parent pockets are more than sufficient to hold all of the above with room to spare! everything is zipped too 🙂

    • Reply admin 13/02/2015 at 2:09 pm

      Its really pricey but so worth it! Yes the parent pockets are more than sufficient to hold all of the above with room to spare! everything is zipped too 🙂

  • Reply Anonymous 25/03/2015 at 2:44 pm

    I ended up on your blog because I saw your YouTube video on the other pacapod bag. Will you be doing a Mirano YouTube video review? I saw a glimpse of it on the video. Wanted to know how it's worked for you so far since you had it for a while and how much stuff can a mommy really but in their bag. Thanks ��

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