GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Efficient Way To Pack A Suitcase

Statistics suggest that packing clothes tightly and using packing cubes can help optimize space and organization in a suitcase.

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"More than 65% of travelers use the rolling method when packing to save space."

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"Over 70% of people believe that a packing list increases efficiency."

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"62% of people say that packing cubes help them organise and efficiently pack a suitcase."

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"According to a survey, around 75% prefer packing clothes flat to ensure fewer wrinkles."

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"Approximately 55% of travelers use vacuum bags for packing bulky items efficiently."

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"About 80% of people find packing shoes in a shower cap or bag most efficient."

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"On average, 67% of travelers use standard suitcases over duffel bags for efficiency."

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"Over 90% of travelers agree that packing the heaviest items at the bottom improves packing efficiency."

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"Approximately 45% of people use the compartmentalization method for efficient packing."

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"About 60% of people roll their socks and underwear to save space in a suitcase."

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"Nearly 80% of travelers use empty spaces like the inside of shoes for additional packing."

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"Around 82% prefer to put all liquids in a separate clear bag to prevent leakage."

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"About 70% of travelers follow the "last in, first out" rule for efficient packing."

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"Nearly 89% keep essential items in a carry-on for easy access."

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"Almost 78% of travelers prefer a hard-shell suitcase for better protection of packed items."

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"Over 42% of travelers use travel-sized toiletries to save space."

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"Almost 68% of travelers agree on placing breakable or fragile items in the center for protection."

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