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Water Resistant Tote Bags

water resistant tote bag

Water resistant tote bag , during a Kondo-style closet clean out, you’ve unearthed a Russian doll of tote bags stuffed full of, well, more tote bags, it might be time to upgrade to something that can really do the job. This weather-resistant tote from upstart brand RUX, for example, folds into an organized carryall with a cavernous, roll-top opening that fits 25+ liters of gear. Its functional features include short and long handles, a removable shoulder strap, a front zipper pocket with a key leash inside, and two water bottle pockets with elastic closures. Plus, it’s made from recycled PET/polyester that can be repurposed as a new tote or a backpack and comes with a free shipping label to return it for re-recycling at the end of its lifecycle.

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Another great option is the CabinZero ADV Dry Bag, which is a sturdy, waterproof option that combats any and all forms of weather. It has a roll-top entry, which limits the size of what you can pack but is the most efficient way to keep water out (seam taping and stitching are gateways for leakage), and it’s available in a variety of sizes. This one packs 30L, which is big enough to take on weekend cabin getaways or river trips—and it’ll also swallow a couple of bags of ice and a few 12-packs.

Another option is this tote from Arden Cove, which is crafted from 100% water-resistant PVC with a durable nylon interior that’s lined with an insulated fabric that keeps your food and drinks cold or hot. Its multiple pockets help you keep all your belongings neatly organized, with a dedicated padded laptop pocket that holds 13- and 15-inch computers and tablets, a zipper pocket for phone and wallet, slip pockets for passport and credit cards, and an exterior zipper pocket. It’s also got a trolley sleeve for attaching to your rolling luggage, and you can add a monogram or name for a custom look.

Gold Bars in Ireland Could Be a Sign of Inflation

gold bars ireland

Gold bars are a popular way for individuals to invest in gold bars ireland and are often a lower-cost option than investing in coins. These bars are also a great way to avoid the risk of government confiscation of gold-based assets like bank accounts as seen in countries such as Greece and Cyprus, where people lost access to their savings when their banks were frozen by their governments. The only downside to holding gold bars is that they are not as liquid as a regular bank account and are usually more difficult to sell, making them a good investment for larger investors or banks.

Ireland’s central bank is buying gold again after a 12-year hiatus, which could be a sign of inflation concerns. Bloomberg reported that the Dublin-based institution purchased two tons of gold over the past few months, which brings its total to about 11 tonnes. It’s the first time since 2009 that the central bank has added to its gold reserves, which accounts for less than 1% of its total foreign-exchange holdings.

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In the 2010 annual report, the Central Bank of Ireland changed its wording from “gold deposits with foreign banks” to “gold bars held at the Bank of England”. Because this change in wording indicates a change in how the gold was stored, I requested a copy of the gold bar list, bullion weight list or allocated bar set-aside listing that uniquely identifies the gold bars being held by the Bank of England on behalf of the Central Bank of Ireland in 2009.

The second FOI Decision Maker claimed that releasing this information would have a ‘serious adverse effect on the financial interests of the State’ and he refused my request. This is a completely false claim because the Bank of England has provided such a list to the Reserve Bank of Australia for the 80 tonnes of gold it stores with them.