The Bottom Line
- A thief can't cut the shoulder strap or slice the bag open
- Passport, credit cards and jewelry go in secure pockets
- It holds an amazing amount of "stuff"
- It never shows dirt, even after 15 hour on a plane floor
- Guys use this bag, too
- Only small water bottles fit in the side pouches
- Pacsafe's Citysafe 200 is a well-organized travel purse
- Anti-theft feature: eXomesh slashguard in front and bottom panels
- Slashproof adjustable shoulder strap
- Zippers that lock closed or latch to a spring-loaded metal clip
- Metal clips on slashproof straps so you can loop and anchor a bag to secure fixtures
- Tough, durable material that doesn't show wear.
Guide Review - Pacsafe Citysafe 200 - Best Travel Purse Ever
It took experimentation to see where things fit best. My passport, credit cards and iPhone all fit into 2 padded pockets inside a large zippered organizer section, with a headphone port. My other "can't loose" items could be tucked into other parts of this zippered organizer, which is hidden behind the purse's front flap. I tucked almost everything else, from my digital camera to a small make-up kit, into the main zippered compartment. Tissues to lip balm, things I might need quickly, went into an outside zippered compartment. Side pockets hold a water bottle or umbrella.
Pacsafe, the maker, lists Citysafe as a well-organized urban travel bag, but I've carried it in locales from crowded streets in Rome to the African bush. After eight hours on a plane floor, it didn't show any dirt.
Pacsafe's Citysafe 200 Anti-theft Features
The anti-theft features are winners. The shoulder strap has a steel cable and the front panel and the bottom panel have eXomesh, so thieves racing by can't slice the strap or the purse open. A hook on the shoulder strap lets you wrap the strap around a secure fixture, such as the chair you're sitting on when dining in a streetside cafe patio. The zippers can be latched or hidden on the main compartment and front organizer pocket.