- The Yak Sak bag is a seamless, high-density polyethylene waste receptacle, with an increased holding capacity compared to other waste bags (about double the capacity of those whimpy airline, extruded air sickness bags). Meaning you can put lots and lots of gross stuff in it without out worrying about leakage.
- It has two U.S. patents (Nos. 7,344,022 and 7,582,047), mostly due to the dynamic way of folding and sealing the Yak Sak bag. If you really want to, you can click on the numbers and check out the patents. But only if you’re kind of bored or have insomnia. After all, it’s hard to make a patent exciting.
- It has been affectionately termed “an air sickness bag on steroids.”
- Yak Sak bags fold up pocket-size for easy travel. Much like an Olsen twin.
- It’s a great idea to carry one with you everywhere you go, because you never know when one of life’s little disasters will happen. Like a romantic walk on the beach after a dinner of improperly cooked shellfish.
- Yak Sak bags can hold anything you would rather not: vomit, doggie poop, sticky candy, snotty tissues, tiny Lego® pieces that you have stepped on for the umpteenth time and are ready to put down the garbage disposal just to get the satisfaction of hearing them be destroyed. You know, normal stuff like that.
- Yak Sak bags also make great emergency ice packs or can be used as a wet sack to keep your cell phone dry. However, you may not want to put your cell phone in a Yak Sak bag already filled with ice.
- You can also keep accessories in the folds of your Yak Sak bag for when you need it. Like a rubber band for your hair, a breath mint or two, Dramamine®, or even some tissues to clean up after your little daily disaster.
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