Clic-It: Smart Diaper Bag System

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Moms often struggle to find a diaper bag that will handle all their needs, plus look chic when they’re out and about.

Clic-It is a unique, exciting Diaper Bag System, that allows you to customize your diaper bag to perfectly suit your baby’s different ages and/or activities.

The patent-pending quick-release clip system allows parents to conveniently add, remove or rearrange a variety of travel accessories so they’ll always be able to find whatever it is they are looking for.

Clic-It Accessories include:  Bottle Holder, Insulated Tote, Pacifier Case, Diapers and Wipes Case, Organizer Pouch, Key Ring and Gadget Case.

So easy for mom or dad, because all you need is one hand to quickly attach or detach your accessories with one simple “click”.

Clic-It Smart Diaper Bag System


The beauty of the Clic-It Smart Diaper Bag System is that it is very stylish for both mom or dad to carry around.  It provides maximum versatility and can be used long after your child no longer needs a diaper bag because you can personalize the bag’s contents.

How do you like to carry your diaper bag?  Whatever your style, Clic-It can probably accommodate, with its clever design providing multiple style and carrying options.  Whether it’s a messenger-style bag, tote bag or belt bag, you can carry it in a way that’s just right for you.  It also allows users to change flap colors to suit their mood (current color options include black and green).

I was sent a Clic-It Bag for review with the black flap color.  When it arrived, I was immediately taken with how many options this bag really does have.  With an easy-wipe interior, and 7 accessory posts located on different parts of the bag, 2 front pockets, 1 back pocket, 2 side pockets and 2 interior pockets, you can carry just about everything, but (or maybe including!) the kitchen sink.  When you don’t want to switch your bag, but don’t have your children with you, you can mix and match the Clic-It accessories by choosing just the ones you need.

The Clic-It Bag is made from durable material, which will make it great for lugging around and traveling, as well as allow it to be easy to care for.  It’s large enough to fit a 15” laptop into it, so when your kids no longer need a diaper bag, you can repurpose it as a laptop bag.  The Clic-It accessories such as the Gadget Case, Organizer Pouch and Key Ring will still be useful long after your kids are needing diapers and wipes!

I love all the pockets the bag has, between the pockets and the accessories, there is a place for everything, and you don’t have to go digging around to find what you’re looking for. 

This Smart Diaper Bag System will never go out of fashion and can be used for many many years.  It comes at a bit of a price since you have to purchase the accessories separately.  The basic Clic-It bag comes with a large, removable changing pad, one color of the Zip-off messenger flap and a 2-in-1 adjustable shoulder strap & belt for $49.99.  The accessories range in price from $4.99 to $14.99.

I think this is a great bag, and while it’s a practical item, have included it in my Gift Guide, since expecting moms, would love it for a Baby Shower gift.

• Clic-It is kicking off the “Gearing Up for Baby” contest from November 15 – December 24. Log onto for details on how to enter for a chance to win a prize pack including a new Clic-It diaper bag and accessory assortment (retail value: $117.00).

The products are available online at and will be available at select retailers nationwide later this fall.  You can also connect with Clic-It on Facebook at!/pages/Clic-It/118210701532365?v=info.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post as part of a blog campaign by Team Mom on behalf of Clic-It and was supplied with samples and  information through them, the review and opinions are my own.

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