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The Ultimate Travel Robe 3.2 5 5 5
TravelSmith has done better than this. This is the only TravelSmith product that has disappointed me. I will admit that the rating I am giving to this product would have been higher if I had nothing to compare it to. I am comparing it to this product’s predecessor, another compact robe I bought from TravelSmith years and years ago (I’ve had the old robe since 2005, but I’m sure I bought it long before that). That first robe was perfect, in my opinion. This new robe is OK, but I prefer the old one. Both robes are made of 100% polyester. The old robe was made in the U.S. while the new one is made in China. The old robe folded down to the thickness of a folded t-shirt, had a belt that was sewn into the back so it never separated from the robe, was made of a thin but substantial fabric that provided full coverage and felt like sandwashed silk, and never wrinkled. This new robe folds down to the thickness of a sweater, has a traditional separate belt in belt loops, is made of a thicker fabric with a rough texture, and wrinkles. It was completely wrinkled when it came out of the shipping box, it was completely wrinkled when it came out of the washing machine, it was completely wrinkled when it came out of the suitcase. I refuse to iron a bathrobe, so I guess it will remain permanently wrinkled. I will probably end up keeping this robe, despite how disappointing it is, because I have not yet found an alternative and I do like having a robe when I travel. The only reason I ordered this new robe was that I accidentally shrunk the old one in the dryer. TravelSmith, bring back the old robe! If you don’t know which one I’m talking about, here are the numbers from the labels: style #5130, RN #16869, CA#00882, LP PS #1337, style #L 519-399 07, TS style @ 5130. September 3, 2014
mixed feelings I had a hard time deciding weather or not to keep this robe. When packed in its pocket pouch it comes out very wrinkled, and it is difficult to get the wrinkles out. This makes it very impractical for traveling. However, the robe is very attractive and I have decided to not return it. July 30, 2014
Good selection The travel robe is made well and I love the color -- it is a good bit larger than I expected, but (being a robe) that's OK. July 8, 2014
Good design, wrong fabric This robe is twice the bulk and twice the weight of my (aging) silk jersey travel robe, which I hoped to replace. Compared to my silk robe, the texture is rather coarse. It emerged from its nifty pocket a crumpled mess. After spritzing, shaking, hanging, and waiting for the wrinkle-shedding to occur, it is still a mass of creases. Shouldn't a travel robe be compact, light, and truly shed wrinkles? I like to travel light, so won't have a tumble-dryer or an iron with me! I'm not keeping this robe. Wish they'd make it in silk jersey! May 26, 2014
I love this Robe! What more can you want in a robe....super light weight and soft, dries literally in 4 minutes, it hardly wrinkles and is completely opaque for privacy! I will be buying others for gifts! May 21, 2014
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Product:11410-The Ultimate Travel Robe
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