PacaPod Mirano Navy Nappy Changing Bag

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Avail early Apr 2017

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The Mary Poppins of Nappy Baby Changing Bag 


The super stylish Mirano is from PacaPod's Classic collection. 

The PacaPod Mirano bag has taken its inspiration from Riviera chic and has a stylish mix of natural fabrics and soft leather, with fashionable buckle details to create a truly iconic silhouette.

Tucked discreetly inside this cavernous bag (32 litre plus capacity) are PacaPods unique and detachable feeder and changing pod for storing baby feeding and changing items. All neatly wrapped up in a stunning baby bag outer.


  • What's Included - A 3-in-1 organising system, with changer pod, feeder pod and changing mat.
  • Main Pocket - Inner cargo hold, which stores the unique feeder and changer pods keeps hygienically separate.
  • Other Pockets - 1 large parent pocket, with inner dividing pockets one with key fob and mobile dividing pockets, one top pocket full length of bag.
  • Features - Across Body Strap, Pram Attachment Straps.
  • Material -  Durable Cotton matte coated canvas with hardwearing wipe clean finish. Pebble leather trims. Clutch style two tone webbing handle.
  • Chunky silver hardwear and ribbon labels.
  • Padded baby changing mat, with micro fleece headrest.
  • Standards - Wipe clean inner and phthalates free, tested to EC & BS food standards.
  • Dimensions - 45cm x 36cm x 20cm.
  • Capacity - 32 ltr outer bag + 12 ltr Pods = 44 ltr total.
  • Bag Weight - 1.20kg.
  • Shoulder Strap Length - 107cm (fully extended).

Accessories included with the PacaPod

  • Padded Changing Mat
  • Feeding Pod
  • Changer Pod
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