Hawaii Mom Blog: Review: Hafmall Diaper Bag




November 17, 2019

Review: Hafmall Diaper Bag

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes. All opinions are entirely my own.  

For some reason, I never got a “real” diaper bag. I registered and my friend bought me one for my baby shower but when it arrived there was an issue with it, so I ended up returning it and never got a replacement. Another friend got me a really cute tote from Fighting Eel, so I ended up just using that to carry around our baby “necessities.”

But a few weeks ago Hafmall reached out to me and asked if I’d like to review one of their diaper bags… yes a real diaper bag.

I ordered the Hafmall Diaper Bag - Waterproof Mult-Function Travel Back Pack through Amazon so of course it was a very easy and fast ordering process with free shipping for Prime (not an endorsement for Amazon or Amazon Prime but if you have a baby in Hawaii, Amazon Prime is pretty much a MUST) and it arrived at my door in a few days.

Shortly after receiving the bag, we were heading to the beach for E’s first beach day, and since the bag is waterproof, I decided to transfer all E’s things over. Here is what I like about our new Hafmall Diaper Bag, which I’ve been using ever since
  • It’s waterproof. Which in Hawaii, between beach and pool dates and the constant threat of rain, is a necessity!  
  • It’s SO light. My other tote bag was made of a thicker canvas so it was heavier and bigger than this bag. What I really appreciated about this bag was that the backpack itself is light … and when you’re juggling an 18 pound baby, a diaper bag, a dog and a million other things, those few pounds makes a difference!
  • It looks small, but it holds a lot of stuff. My other “diaper bag” felt like it was filled to the brim and even though this bag is probably about 2/3 the size of the other bag, it actually holds everything… and more.
  • It’s actually a diaper bag. Ok, this one is a no brainer, but because it’s a “real” diaper bag it comes with all the features of a diaper bag. A tissue pocket for wipes. Different compartments to organize allllll the baby stuff you have. And insulated side pockets for food and bottles.
  • It’s a backpack. The diaper bag I registered for when I was pregnant with E (and had to return) was a backpack. I liked the idea of being able to carry the bag hands-free. The diaper bag I ended up using was not. I will say between the two (a regular tote bag and a backpack), I’d definitely choose the backpack style again!

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