The Development of the Record Hunting Bag
Devil In The Detail
The finished design of the Original Peter Record Hunting bags has come about through simple processes of thought and necessity. Each bag has what the record collector needs, quite simply the right space for records, comfort and of course, style. The devil is very much in the detail, with elements such as straps attached at the back and covered inner seams giving the bag a quality as yet unseen in other record bag designs.
Each bag was subject to trials, and we found that they worked exceptionally well, were eye-catching, garnered compliments from fellow record buyers and when not stuffed full of LPs, worked exceptionally well as weekend travel bags. We were amazed at just how much we could load into either 12 inch bag, the Utrecht model having nearly enough room inside for a week's luggage. We also filled each bag with records checking weight, width and damage control. You'll find them perfect for your collecting and travel purposes. We even took the bags abroad to see how they faired on planes, trains and automobiles. We found each time the bags came into their own.
Jonny went to Brussels to DJ recently, and in his Classic 12-inch LP Bag took 200 CDRs, headphones, a washbag. knitwear, socks, two magazines, his notebook, pen and phone, and still had room for five albums, a ten inch and two 7" records that he bought the morning after DJing.
During a recent road test of the Utrecht 12-inch LP Bag in Copenhagen Ed managed to squeeze in sixteen LPs, five t-shirts, five pants and socks, four mini-Flødeboller (little Danish chocolates), two cameras, a wash bag, a magazine, a hardback book, a pair of sunglasses, a shirt, a notebook and a pen.