Bundle Packing For Wrinkle Free Clothes | Carry-On | NBC News

2020 7/29
Bundle Packing For Wrinkle Free Clothes | Carry-On | NBC News

Ben Popken shows us how to pack like a pro with this ‘bundle packing’ technique for wrinkle free clothes.
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  • chenzenzo says:

    This may take my OCD to a new level…

    • GetRekt Loominaty says:

      Your OCD is OVER 9000!!!!!!

    • Joshua Benton says:

      @GetRekt Loominaty 9000!!!!!! IMPROSSIBUR!

  • Zahra Jawad says:

    it was absolutely waste of time doing this. i ironed all of my husband’s clothes and when he opened them in France all had wrinkles! what did i get after watching your video? i wasted 3 hours ironing my hubby’s clothes. plz no one follow this. it is far better to take an iron with u n iron them wherever you are going

    • Deb Williams says:

      well I am actually : ) but I’m a wife not a servant!

    • JV Hamner says:

      Zahra Jawad Savvy travellers don’t take irons. They take carry-ons to avoid baggage fees. This does actually work if you do it the right way. I hang my clothes when I get to my location in the shower and steam them straight again. Easy.

    • SharronC says:

      Zahra Jawad Happened to me and when i was heading back to New york from hong know they ask me about the bundle

    • le pham thi says:

      duyên phận karaoke

    • Chavasampurna Chava says:

      Ashes threatened species the other day that the other night I Jawad

  • Vinzent Wuttke says:

    Hi there for people that still are struggling to pack wrinkle free clothes (especially suits) we have developed a suitcase that can do just that: carry your suits wrinkle free in a carry-on while providing some additional neat features for frequent travelers. Have a look if you are interested:

    • evelyn woolston says:

      vinzent Wuttke do you have a video showing you case in action?

  • Louis Pattinson says:

    This is bullshit

    • Patrick94GSR says:

      No it isn’t, I’ve been packing this way for a couple of years now and it works amazingly well.

  • Di F says:

    So where do you pack your shoes and all the other hard items ?

    • Orianteri says:

      i guess you just put them inside that fricking burrito and jump on it and after that you can suck and eat it

  • Mrs January Flower says:

    I love this but I have a question: how do I do bundle packing with shirt and dresses?

  • Angela Copley says:

    I tried this, but am not concerned about wrinkle free. It took a stack of clothes and made it compact. It definitely worked for me in that respect.

  • Angela Garcia-Lewis says:

    what about dresses?

    • Ana Farrell says:

      Put them in as if they were tops

    • Purple Ash says:

      Pack them the same way

  • MyxCakeyxLife says:

    Y’all should’ve said not tsa friendly before the video started. I burriotoed already!😑

    • le pham thi says:

      got out

    • Leonila Vizcayno says:

      le pham thi .

    • Joanne Listrani says:


    • NotATroll says:

      amarietsunami I would hope that you were joking, would you not watch the video through first to see if you like the ending before you do it? Dumb girl

  • Laura p says:

    Looks like a good idea. Except for traveling overseas. If they search your suitcase it could be a mess 😁

    • Only Mango says:

      That’s exactly what I was thinking 🙂 It could also look a little suspicious to people who don’t know this technique…

  • Nina Edwards says:

    It worked for me thanks a lot!!

  • Ana Farrell says:

    I done it and it worked extremely well. No wrinkles anywhere at all. I have used this method many times for all different types of holidays and get aways. Each time it worked and I am very suprised that it didn’t work for other people. It definitely worked for me

  • Zack Zeysto says:

    Thank you i packed it as explained. Hope it will work!

  • Nathan Michael says:

    Liking for “Garment Burrito”

  • El Studente says:

    Let’s see what happens when we need to change t-shirt on the way… Really great :c

    • Ja0798 says:

      El Studente just put a spare shirt on top….

    • Dan Colibasanu says:

      El Studente d

  • Wreak__ says:

    what about my shorts

  • tormeslc says:

    That’s very nice but where does the shoes go?

    • Inia Varca says:

      just don’t bring any shoe, cos your feet got you

    • Patrick94GSR says:

      Bundle the clothes directly into the carry-on bag. Place shoes in a plastic bag into the carry-on first, then bundle the clothes in the remaining space.

    • DianeCanDo Flamtaps says:

      I just packed like this just before Christmas. After I got my bundle of clothes inside, i hade some extra space on the side and top where I put my shoes and a jacket. In my backpack I put electronics, gloves, and other essentials. Since I don’t want a hassle with TSA, I always buy travel size shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant etc when I get there. I know this doesn’t work for everyone, but I hate getting my liquid stuff thrown out at the gate!! I think it is possible to take that stuff with you but look at the regulations beforehand.

    • CJ So Misvit says:

      On ur feet

    • David Thaler says:

      I also didn’t see him pack any underwear, socks, or toiletries. Apparently, he’s planning on “going commando” and not bathing.

  • velia garcia says:

    I watched your video, packed my clothes the way you did, and wow, it worked, thanks

  • dixie normous says:

    until costomes get there hands on your luggage

  • Toprak Kaya says:

    thanks a lot !

    • games basha Praveen says:

      Nice bro

  • Clorox Bleach says:

    TSA agent: *Sir, I’m gonna have to search your carry on*

    • Tonya Johnson says:

      That’s what I’m worried about! I do all that work folding everything so neatly and then they mess it up when searched!

  • Joseph Rauch says:

    It was fun to watch how to pack a bag in bundles. Now I know how to pack

  • Phoenix Airbender says:

    that’s great for guys but how about us ladies who wear dressy outfits with jackets, skirts etc???

  • flpmrtnz says:

    roll and get an iron wherever you’re going

  • halsey GOLD says:

    i was thinking of using this hack on my clothes when i’ll travel but not until he said that it’s not tsa friendly😂

  • Dance Moms Life says:

    It sucks it doesn’t work z😡

  • Billy Graham says:

    unless u stole,no one packs and travel like that,ppl wear particular clothes a day they cant unravel everything of that and repack like that and travel

    • Patrick94GSR says:

      It only doesn’t work if you’re having to live out of the suitcase and travel every day. If you’re going to a destination and staying a few days this method works awesome, although I personally prefer bundling the clothes directly in the suitcase.

  • Edward Robinson says:

    this was amazing!

  • Rosetta says:

    when you gwt yur clothes its going to be a hassle taking it out i do not recommended using this method

    • Isabel Nevins says:

      Instead of this I usually bundle back my outfits. Put my shirt and socks inside my gym shorts and roll that up, the same for each outfit of the day. For dresses and skirts, I fold them up and lay them flat on the bottom of the suitcase. It usually works out well for me

    • Patrick94GSR says:

      It’s not a hassle at all. Also “bundle pack outfits” doesn’t really work if you want to pack light and use just a few pants combined with a bunch of different tops to make different outfits.

  • Lilac says:

    What about skirts???

  • Rohaan Samdani says:

    Packing my life into a suitcase for University thousand of miles and 2 days travel away – Does this technique actually work those who’ve tried?

  • Patrick94GSR says:

    Folks, travel doesn’t always mean flying. This method works awesome for road trips, also, since a carry-on bag will save a bunch of space in your car.

  • SharronC says:

    Cant do these when heading back to New york from Hong Kong they’ll check your bag and if it is in a bundle its going to look werid

  • Naked Spoon says:

    All that time spent unfolding your clothes from your drawer, then re-folding, just to unfold all your clothes again when reaching your destination just to get to a item that’s at the core… when you could have just ranger rolled all your clothes from the start and literally dumped them from drawer into suitcase with no (or minimal) worry of wrinkles.

  • Dan Cabu says:

    it’s difficult for get out your clothes

  • bashort1 says:

    Yeah, tsa is gonna unwrap that and send you off with a ball of disappointment.

    • Angela-Jean Campbell says:

      bashort1 that’s what happened 🙁

    • Laljibhai Ahir says:

      Angela-Jean Campbell and

    • Deanna Mitchell says:

      Not true. Do it all the time

    • Tape Productions says:

      Didn’t happen to me

  • Anemon says:

    Well I knew this already so you were wrong to say what we know about packing is wrong. Look at that 😀

    You are not the one who discovered this homie…

  • rawaneu says:

    Mind. Blown.

  • Annas An'am says:

    This is a life saver. Tried this during my trip back home from Japan last year.

  • Clpzouzo Clp says:

    That’s nice

  • MichelleHernandezTV says:

    Makes perfect sense! Video: Vote me as Cancun’s Ceo!

  • nyqt75 says:

    I am checking my bag of winter clothes going to Appleton Wisconsin for a two week training and I was having anxiety about how I was going to pack everything. I came across this video and followed the instructions and it worked. Will forever pack this way and will show friends and family. THANK YOU!!!!

  • annu israni says:

    how to.find.middle shirt,we have to open full set ?

  • Dog Sing says:

    what if i want to take my underwear aaarrrggghhhh….

  • amanda Schmidt says:

    This is awsome to use when traveling

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  • Sam Sam says:

    looks like pants to me 😂😂😂

  • kschoeck says:

    What if you want to get one shirt out of your suitcase? Then you have to undo the burrito?

  • Melanie M says:

    They gonna mess it up thinking that there’s drugs in it lmao

  • Magictodoor says:

    why not use a garment bag to Avoid Wrinkled Clothes when you travel? recommend this :

  • Esraa says:


  • jmbo72 says:

    It really is a space-saving method. Tried it and won’t go back…😏

  • Echo Equani says:

    When you’re traveling and if your suitcase is selected to be randomly searched they’re going to undo all that work you just did. My friend said ever since he started putting things in clear Ziplock bags in his suitcase his suitcase hasn’t been searched in years.

  • Fb Ff says:


  • Ákos Egyedi says:

    Based on the comment, I could say I didn’t seen him peeing, so he is not going to pee… or he didn’t showered, so he not gonna shivering in the whole trip. I am sure there’s plenty of space in the smaller sackets on his bag.

  • Russell Hogben says:

    Wow, I’ve just learnt more about packing in 2 mins than I have in my whole life. Thanks.

  • JJ. vsp says:


  • Robbie D says:

    … And then you have to try to get one item out of that bundle. What if travel requires living out of the suitcase. No thanks.

  • Rex H says:

    This is only practical if you only have one destination that you will completely unpack at.

    • Dimitris B says:

      Thank you. Who even thought this was a game changer? Besides, I’ve rarely had literally every item come out wrinkled. If you pack a tight and neat suitcase, I doubt you’ll have an issue.

    • James K Onthank says:

      Rex H true but you could create two small bundles to separate the destinations too. I have done that for business trips utilizing packing cubes to keep it separate. This technique save a lot of space

  • Jason Paisley says:

    Leave it to TSA to ruin a good thing.

  • Al-Iqyan Fidvi says:

    Its a pain to unpack too

  • Six9Guy says:

    Please don’t do this. Worst packing ever.

  • Maria Garbacz says:

    thx soo much today i am going camping big time saver

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  • Reddad Sitli says:

    *when u did the tutorial and the TSA agent tells u that he is gonna have to search ur carry-on bag and then ruins everything….*

  • hi says:

    Now what if I want to take out the innermost T-shirt immediately?

  • romain duquesne says:

    “I called some packing experts” didn’t know that was a thing

  • Vsauce micheal here says:

    i was travelling an tsa unwrapped everything

  • Jaden Sanchez says:

    How do u make thu cor

  • Denise Wilds says:

    Sir those so called “experts” lied to you. All you have to do is roll it up. Wrinkle free & easy access.

  • Bhagath Bhagath Kumer says:

    get this man a 10 millions subscribers

  • John C says:

    Been using a combo of rolling n bundling into my carry on for over 4 years. TSA inspected only once, in Ecuador. I simply removed the bundle whole so security could unzip the bag’s lining and check inside the lining. HOWEVER, I pack so much into my carry on it weighs too much to qualify as carry on and I always have to check it in.

  • games basha Praveen says:

    Nice video

  • Muhamad Ikhsan says:

    If you want to use a t-shirt, you must unfold all the clothes and then fold it again

  • Montero CR says:

    What classifies someone as a “packing expert”

  • Harish Shewale says:

    I like It

  • LUU NGUYEN says:


  • ExtraEmily says:

    I just ironed my clothes then I did this waited and came back to unfold it needless to say I have to iron again

  • •green Paws• says:

    I mean the clothes was wrinkled before he started

  • super awful person says:

    this is really useful for moving

  • vvv vvv says:

    Brilliant. No longer need my travel iron

  • george bucur says:

    De rahat, te trezești că ai dita pietroiu de haine care ocupa și mai mult loc și dacă vrei să mai scoți ceva pana la despachetare pula
    Mi am pierdut 10 minute din viață degeaba

  • Vijayshree Bothe says:

    please show folding where we have to unfold cloths daily.i mean how to do in case of traveling road trip and have to unwrap cloths every day on trip.

  • 黛安 says:

    im here because of lee know from stray kids

  • Stackpack says:

    Here’s another idea, using lift-out suitcase dividers:

  • Tape Productions says:

    Every time I watch this video it’s because I have to pack and I always forget how to pack it this way.

    UPDATE NOVEMBER 26th 2019: Packing again

    UPDATE MARCH 7th 2020: Packing again

  • Hend Karime says:

    You are the very best thank you xxxxxxxx

  • David Wise says:

    By the time TSA gets through my luggage, it’s a mess. It won’t work for me. They’ll think I’m a smuggler. I’ll stick to my method, thanks.

  • M L says:

    Looks like it saves space as well. Imagine putting it into a space saver bag and vacuuming out the air 😃 . I’ll be moving and will have one checked in luggage – seems like I’ll be trying this!

  • kev2020 says:

    Go through all this and then forget that you need a pair of socks.

  • Srigowri TN says:

    I tried it, it worked. Thanks.👌👌

  • Luaxon - Japanese & Korean Polyglot for Introverts says:

    Yeah… okay. I think I’ll just stick to normal folding. 😅

  • Pastel Kitten says:

    What about dresses?

  • Leonid Valentinovich says:

    В аэропорту при досмотре долго придется все это распаковывать и потом ногой обратно утрамбовывать чтоб на самолет успеть.

  • Gacha Lily says:

    Yo that’s a perfect pillow tho

  • Sufyan says:

    lol, what will they think at the airport!

  • Ally Forester says:

    Garment burrito.