Can be used as a shoulder pack, tote, car seat & is airline approved as a travel bagIncludes a universal bike adaptor to use as a bike basketFeatures a removable fleece pad for comfort & easy washingSeveral pouches & zippered pockets store all of your pet's favorite treats, toys & moreDurable tether secures your pet for travel
Customer Reviews for Pet Gear Pink Ultimate Traveler 3-in-1
Review 1 for Pet Gear Pink Ultimate Traveler 3-in-1
Smaller than expected.
PostedJune 2, 2014
from Bartlett, il
These are VERY adorable but neither of my dogs (11lbs/12lbs) could fit. They could sit in it with the top open but it was really to tight to zip. I might have tried the next size up but I needed something right away.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 2 for Pet Gear Pink Ultimate Traveler 3-in-1
Not For Use As A Bike Basket!
PostedMay 20, 2010
This is an incredibly inferior product. It says it's good for pets up to 15lbs, but it won't even support my 10lb dog. The front dips down and rests on the front fender of my bike, threatening to dump my pooch out and, at the same time, bending the fender which restricts the wheel's movement. I have not tried it's other suggested uses as I was only looking for a bike basket. As a bike basket, I do not recommend this product and strongly urge you to purchase something else.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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Review 3 for Pet Gear Pink Ultimate Traveler 3-in-1
Could Be Better...
PostedApril 10, 2010
This is a very nice bag for travel/car seat. I can only give it 2 paws, because it does not serve the purpose that I bought it for.
If your dog weighs more than 5 pounds, I would not buy it for a bike. A few things they should of done in order to make this a good basket for a bike, is to add a support for the bottom, like the 'Snoozer' baskets have. But the way it is now, it won't even hold my 9 pound little one, without it flopping down in the front. All because of the support. Sooo simple. I don't know how they missed that in the design department. I will still keep it for car rides, but I am on line now, ordering another 'snoozer. Although the 'Snoozer' has flaws of it's own, I'm at least able to bring my little one along for a bike ride, without feeling like she will fall and get hurt.