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Not knowing which bag to grab from the conveyer can get you into trouble

Why is it you always find a 3-way when you're not looking for one? Like when you grab your luggage off the conveyer belt and someone else reaches for it at Baggage ClaimBaggage Claimthe same time. Awkward. Especially if you're the one making the inappropriate grab.

Tired of unplanned connections with other travelers? Maybe it's time to do some baggage handling of your own before leaving home.

Belle Hop Handling Bundle: 1 luggage tag and 2 handle wraps in your choice of blue, green or orange leather. Our advice: Pick the color that contrasts the most with your luggage. $18.99USD for all 3 pieces.

Clava Heart Luggage Tag: Choose from a red or pink oversized heart to set your luggage apart from the crowd. We love that the tag is almost 10 inches in diameter, which is large enough to decorate with sequins, stickers...anything to make it your own. $13USD for 1.

Lewis N. Clark Li'l Lewis® Animal Luggage Tags - 2 Pack (available in 8 styles) : Dress up your luggage with your favorite furry pals: Pandas, lions, dogs, frogs, bees, pigs, ladybugs or cats. Nothing like your very own menagerie to label your luggage. $21.99USD for a set of 2.

Belle Hop Neon Luggage Belt – Set of 2: Are you the kind of gal who packs more than your luggage can handle? Cinch your over-stuffed bags closed with these cool neon straps, which do double duty as beacons in a sea of bags. $14.99USD for a set of 2.

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