4-way Pull Barbie School Bag

As promised to Deye, I’m getting her a new bag this school year. The cost of the 4-way Pull Barbie Bag that she chose may be as expensive as her Summer Class fee, but a promise is a promise. Aside from its proven and tested quality, Sheriff has been good to me last payday.

4-way Pull Barbie Bag

It has a 5Β  multi-directional spinner wheels for easy mobility that rotate 360 degrees. 2-wheel side pull for narrow aisles, 5 wheel left-right-upright pull, and forward upright push.

Wheels

Special features include:

(1) A pouch where you can keep your child’s handy grooming stuff.

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(2) Multiple compartments.

Multiple compartments

(3) A tumbler holder. This bag comes with a tumbler by the way.

Tumbler holder

(4) A rain jacket for the bag.

Rain jacket

The bag itself is spacious inside to hold more than 10 notebooks and 10 books, leaving more space for extra stuff. Most of all, it can serve as a chair for your kid while she wait for the school service. I tried sitting on it, and it is still in very good condition.

Chair

This school bag costs Php3,699.75.

Price

Truly expensive but worth it. Why did I say so? As I have said we have tested its worth. The below photo was Derelle’s bag since she was in Nursery and used it for 3 consecutive years. In fact, it’s still in good condition and can be used for another 2 years maybe heehee! I told her to use the same old bag until the rainy season completely stops. We’ll see….

Old Barbie bag

Here’s hoping that by the time Ishi goes to school, and that’s next year, the price won’t be as expensive as investing on a jewelry like gold cross.

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49 Comments

  1. This reminds me of my childhood days! When I was like Grade 1 or 2 if I’m not mistaken, also owned a pull bag with a jollibee tumbler on the side. haha! The bag is beautiful I’m sure deye’s very happy.

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  2. it is really expensive but like you said, promised is a promised. good thing that my son doesn’t need a bag so i only bought snack bag for him. =) btw, paano ba maapprove kay sheriff? =)

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  3. My sons are still using their backpacks which I bought when they were in nursery (they’re in Prep, now) pre-schoolers leave all their notebooks and books in school and teachers only place the ones for homework and review in their bags. Para hindi mabigat πŸ™‚

    But next year they’ll be grade schoolers na so I have to invest in those kind of sturdy bags you’ve shown since they’ll be bringing all their stuff na hindi na pwede mag-iwan sa school. Of course I’ll look for designs for boys πŸ™‚

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  4. Hahaha! I think the bag is as big as your daughter. School things are really that much and I imagine if the kids will always carry that big luggage on their own.

    Anyway nice bag and good that you keep your promise to her.

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  5. Barbie sure is expensive! But really really cute. Hihi. She is the only girl I can’t resist. I still have all my dolls and Barbie stuff from my childhood. Hopefully, when I have a little girl of my own, she’ll still be able to enjoy Barbie merchandise like we do. 

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  6. I love that bag, I’m really planning to buy that bag for my daughter when she goes to school which is next year.. I guess I should start saving now hehe…

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  7. nice bag:) yet too expensive hehe..My twins also dying for a stroller bag but hubby I decided not yet for their age its too bulky & “paglalaruan” lang nila for sure:) like what they did when their classmate last summer class bring his bag the boy can’t even hold his own bag because my twins already grab it in their sit as if sakanila talga un.

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  8. Know what, I’d buy Barbie bags if only i have a daughter. Sometimes I thought of buying one for me haha! Ang gaganda Kasi. Mejo expensive nga Lang. But if your dawty knows how to care for them tatagal naman like you said with her 1st bag, and it’s worth it. My son is so careless with his things. This yr we’ll buy them bags and I think we need to swipe it.
    Ready for school Na si Deye πŸ˜€

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  9. years ago, I also bought my daughter an expensive Hawk trolley bag, and it was also worth the expense because she able to use for 3 years, and even now she can still use it actually, if only she won’t be an incoming 1st year HS, she said she’ll be embarrassed to be seen still using a trolley bag in the high school building. πŸ™‚

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  10. I didn’t know bags were that expensive nowadays! We bought a bag for Z and I hesitated coz it’s 1k na. hehe But I’m sure that’s worth it. Looks really sturdy

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  11. I think I’ve seen that exact bag in one of the department stores here. I love it, but I haven’t shown that to my daughter yet. I hope it’s still in stock, so we can go out and get one.

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  12. Wow that is one expensive school bag πŸ™‚ But if it’s sturdy and will last long I guess it’s good in the long run provided your Deye girl doesn’t tire of it πŸ™‚

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  13. Wow, quite expensive for a bag but the features and durability can really justify the hefty price.. ^^ Anyway, this post made me remember my young elementary days when I too used a pull bags for school.. haha.. Had to shift to using big backpacks by grade 2 though since my classroom’s in the 2nd floor.. >.<

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  14. Wow! It’s an expensive bag but I think with all that functionality in it is worth it πŸ˜‰ I am still looking for a bag for my little girl. Thanks for this idea.

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  15. I would love to buy this but my school-age children are both boys. I’d have to wait until my toddler to also start going to school but definitely not next year. She’d be in nursery so no need for this big a bag.

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  16. fenk na fenk!! i remember IC when she started kindergarten in pinas, ang dala lang nya ay small bag for her baon and when she entered her classroom lahat ng bags lahat ganyan. naku na insecure ang anak ko. she wont go inside the classroom. it was only when we promised we would buy her a new bag that she decided to stay! matibay nga yang bag na yan. but you know what, here in alemanya, the bag in the first grade is supposed to be good until the 4th grade. kasi sa 5th grade, high school na kaya pwede na palitan.

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