Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2019
This is my 3rd set of compression cubes purchased through Amazon, previously purchasing a set of 3 Travelbug brand and 3 Hynes Eagle brand. I purchased these as a Amazon Prime Day deal last month and haven't used them for travel yet (that's why I've only given them 4 stars for now) but I've used the other two for multiple trips and love both sets.
Here is a comparison of the Cambond with the other two sets so far...
Count: Both the travelbug and Hynes Eagle are sold as a 3-ct. The Cambond set is sold as a 4-ct, with 2 of the smallest size.
Shape: The travelbug had the squarest corners and the Cambond had the roundest corners.
Material: The Hynes Eagle and the Cambond material are the same thickness but the travelbug material is just slightly thicker. I have to push the material inside the compression zipper as I zip it around to compress it or the material gets stuck in the zipper. (It is easy to unzip the material out and it has not gotten damaged by this.)
Mesh: Only the Hynes Eagle has a partial mesh top to see the top layer of clothes inside.
Zippers: All three sets had 3 zippers, two for the closure and one for the compression. All three sets of zippers are sturdy.
Closure 'Hinge': The Travel bug had the smallest 'hinge' area at the top end of the opening and the Cambond had the large 'hinge' opening at the top.
Handle: The Cambond had the sturdiest handle and the Hynes Eagle had the flimsiest handle. The Hynes Eagle was also the only one of the three with the handle on the long end of the cube.
Cost: the Travel bug were the most expensive by several dollars and the Cambond were the least expensive (with a Prime Day deal) that was definitely the best bang for the buck.
The photo of the open/closed/compressed configuration used the medium-size cube for all 3 brands. All three sets are different but I am happy with all of them. At this point, I would recommend any of them but the Cambond is the best for the budget.