Kipling Women’s Multi Keeper Purse

$28.73

  • Brand: Kipling
  • Series: Basic Plus
  • Dimension (L x W x H): 20cm x 7cm x 13cm
  • Weight in kg: 0.11kg
  • Material: polyamide

Brands:

Kipling

Product Code:

B07DLSH7R7

Availability:

In Stock

to be updated later

  • Date First Available: January 2, 2019
  • ASIN: B07DLSH7R7
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,889,938 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #1317771 in Women's Shops
    • #8203 in Women's Wallets

    Great little pouch. Holds loads! Usual robust Kipling signature.
    I use this at work for make up, handcream, hand sanitiser, lip salve, tissues and the extra zip compartment at the base keeps sanitary protection private!

    For my medication and note book a6 size and pen....love it

    Molto ampio e funzionale, Lo uso come portapenne perchè trovo molto utile lo scomparto inferiore chiuso da zip per la cancelleria di uso meno frequente. Come sempre la qualità Kipling è indiscutibile e il colore è molto bello. Acquisto consigliato.

    Eine schöne Kosmetiktasche für den Wochenendtrip oder für die Handtasche. Ins untere Fach passt die Zahnpflege oder eine kleine Bürste/ Kamm, Damenhygiene oder Schminksachen, was ich sehr praktisch finde. Im Originalpreis ist sie etwas zu teuer, ich habe sie im Angebot ergattert und dafür ist sie absolut top!

    La trousse à un format assez petit donc parfait pour l'usage que je voulais en faire (voyage). Néanmoins il a un volume non-négligeable et permet de transporter des tubes, flacons etc. En plus des petits objets (dentifrice, brosse, crèmes etc.). Il est très léger et solide à la fois, comme la plupart des produits de cette marque.

    schöne tasche

    Tolles Teil

    très bien … conforme à la description

    Exactly as currently pictured above and part of the Kipling ‘Live.Light’ range, this is a handy sized, metallic-like finish ‘keeper’ that organises a fair few of my make-up essentials when on the move.
    As per the advertising, it could keep stationery items to hand, but I think it is a bit too posh looking for that purpose.

    Flat packed, it is simply presented in a plastic-type bag & cardboard outer and popped through the letterbox.
    It measures roughly 23 cm x 15 cm x 6 cm.

    The keeper is the usual quality from Kipling and is well finished off, although I am not keen on the fussy, fluffy monkey face embellishment on something this size. Fortunately, it is on a keyring, so I have taken it off (last image below refers)!

    With the smaller Kipling embossed zip pull, the separate zipped compartment in the base has elasticated slots for up to 9 implements and piping to strengthen the rounded edges.
    With a matching dotty interior, the main compartment has the traditional Kipling trademark zip pull and swallows up an amazing number of items.

    With one removable brand label, the Kipling logo is on the front in light grey.
    A smart little embroidered label is stitched inside the main compartment, with white lettering, along with a rather visible product label that spoils the overall appearance and looks easy enough to cut off, in my case.

    ooOoo

    ~ KIPLING
    ~ Live.Light ~ ‘Designed to lighten your step’
    ~ MULTI KEEPER

    MATERIAL : 100% POLYESTER ~ TRIM : 100% SYNTHETIC

    ‘Made in Cambodia’

    ooOoo

    The ‘keeper’ also comes in this colourway, with the more appealing (IMO) regular KIPLING monkey attached, at the time of writing.

    [17 images attached one ~ some are darker than the physical product}

    This is a lovely bag. Its well made and obviously a quality item. I love the pom pom monkey but it does get in the way in such a small bag!

    I use this as intended, i throw my make up in it for when im travelling. I love the fact that there is a separate zip pouch underneath the main bag that has a number of loops to hold things like brushes, liners and glosses in place. This keeps especially brushes from getting knocked about and ruined.

    The main compartment is sizable enough to get the rest of my make up in including wipes. The bag is easy to clean in case of any spills and is stylish looking. Kipling bags definitely have their own style and this is obviously Kipling!

    This is a lovely sized bag for make up or stationary, its well made and thoughful in design.

    The Kipling Multi Keeper pouch is quite large, 23 x 15 x 6 cm, and has two zipped compartments. Thetop compartment opens up into a large space with plenty of room for makeup etc., while the smaller compartment, at the bottom of the bag, opens up to a flatter compartment with nine elasticated loops for storing cosmetic brushes etc. The traditional Kipling Monkey has been replaced by what I can compare to a fluffy pompom which I don't particularly like but; I do like the new spotty lining inside the bag. The multi keeper is well made and will take a fair amount of wear and tear. The zips are particularly good. Makes a great weekend bag for cosmetics and smaller sized toiletry items but would easily adapt into a pencil case, etc.

    If you value the name 'Kipling', then you may look at this as a really good addition to your collection, but name aside this is a wipe clean makeup bag which has a great partition for eyebrow pencils and a generally waterproof design. The inside is very good quality and its polka dot pattern is better than just a dark interior. This is a great bag to take into a bathroom except that the pom-pom will obviously get very damp, whereas the case itself will be fine. Take the pom-pom off and this is a bag you could wash thoroughly without damage and keep fresh use in it for years.
    It's price is in keeping with the brand positioning, but not in keeping with its quality - you could get an equivalent bag without the name or the awkward pom-pom for much less. Having said all that, if you are a regular Kipling buyer you would be shocked if it was otherwise.
    Summary: a useful little makeup bag but it wouldn't be m y first choice

    This is a cute little bag which has been thoughtfully designed. It's great for storing make-up, with a large central compartment, plus a zipped compartment on the bottom which has little elasticated loops in to store brushes or eyeliner pens etc. It's roomier than most of my previous make-up bags, so great for those who have a few more items to store. It's made from sturdy material too, is fully lined, and looks pretty good with its metallic finish. The pom-pom is a bit clumsy and heavy-looking in my opinion, though, and definitely not suitable for a bathroom environment. Luckily you can remove that easily if you wish.

    The only real problem with this bag is that, even with the branding, it doesn't look like it should cost anywhere near the actual price.

    This is, as you'd expect from Kipling, a well-designed little bag. I'll be using it for stationery rather than make-up. The zip-out lower section has elasticated loops, big and small which will hold markers and pens, (or make-up brushes), the top main compartment is roomy enough to fit all the bits and pieces that I want to carry around. I own loads of Kipling bags, and have put several through the wash (after taking the monkey off of course). Being Nylon/strong webbing, they come up fine - I'm not sure whether the metallic finish will wash as well - but cross fingers for no leakages. I like the spotty lining on this one, and will have to make sure I keep it out of the way of my cat - who had designs on the pom-pom monkey! So a lovely and useful bag, but rather overpriced for what it is.

    This compact metallic grey bag is just about the right size to still be considered fairly dainty. It is big enough to keep various night-out essentials but not so large as to feel like it would dominate your visual aesthetic. The pom-pom is going to be the polarising detail but then you wouldn’t even be looking at the product page if the pom-pom put you off. Personally we quite like it as it adds a bit of fun.

    The price is the only real thing that we’re not mad keen on, as it doesn’t really feel or look like it’s worth the £46 that it is currently (at time of review) asking. Brands should be careful when potentially pushing the envelope of consumer sovereignty in order to create aspiration, as you don’t want to just be perceived as being poor-value. It is well-made though, and we liked the quality of materials and overall fit-and-finish of everything.