Check out this post for everything you need to know about the Cricut EasyPress Totes.
Just a few weeks ago Cricut released the new EasyPress Totes. I was excited to get my hands on them because I LOVE my machine and supply totes and if the quality was the same I knew I would love these too. I’m happy to report they are!
Not only are these EasyPress Totes great for carrying and moving around your EasyPress machine but they are also great for storing your EasyPress too! And they can hold more than just your EasyPress, which is definitely a bonus if you craft on the go or if you craft not where you store your supplies (like your dining room table).
What Can The EasyPress Totes Hold?
In true Cricut fashion, the designers for the EasyPress Totes thought of just about everything when it came to the design. These totes can hold so much without seeming big and bulky. Each tote can hold:
- EasyPress Machine
- Safety Base
- EasyPress Mat
- Small Accessories (weeder, scraper, etc)
I keep a weeder and tweezers in each one of my bags so I always have them with me. I can’t count how many times I’ll go to press a project and realize I forgot to weed the center of an A or E.
What Size EasyPress Tote Do I Need?
There are three different sizes of EasyPress Totes:
- Small – fits Cricut EasyPress 2 6″x7″
- Medium – fits Cricut EasyPress 2 9″x9″ (note if you have the original EasyPress you’ll need the larger size)
- Large – fits Cricut EasyPress 2 12″x10″ OR EasyPress 9″x9″
The straps are harness are built to snugly hold the correct EasyPress size so it’s best to use the right size tote for your EasyPress.
How Much Does The EasyPress Tote Cost?
The small EasyPress Tote is $49.99.
The medium EasyPress Tote is $59.99.
The large EasyPress Tote is $69.99.
When ordering from Cricut.com make sure to use promo code WINTER10 to get 10% off and score FREE shipping on orders over $50!
If you have Cricut Access you can save an additional 10% on top of the discount code above making the prices as follows:
- Small EasyPress Tote – $40.49 shipped
- Medium EasyPress Tote – $48.59 shipped
- Large EasyPress Tote – $56.69 shipped
Benefits and Features of the EasyPress Totes
Aside from looking good (I’m a sucker for the grey/red combo), there are several other features that make the EasyPress Tote a great product. One of my favorite features is the heat resistant material they used to make the totes. You can literally put your EasyPress in the bag right after you turn it off and it won’t ruin in. This makes it great for when my 2 year old is trying to help with a project and I don’t want her getting burnt.
I also like the carrying options. There is a handle at the top and a shoulder strap that is adjustable. This makes it convenient to move around now matter what other things you might have in your arms too.
The velcro strap on the inside that holds your EasyPress is also nice because it keeps your EasyPress in place. I’m especially looking forward to this as we are doing a cross state move next week.
Do I Need An EasyPress Tote?
This is a personal question only you can answer but for me the answer was a definite YES! If you answer yes to any of these questions the EasyPress Tote might be great for you too (especially if you answer yes to one or more).
- Do you often craft somewhere other than where you store your EasyPress? (My dining room table is my favorite crafting spot)
- Do you craft when you travel or take your EasyPress with you outside your home? (I was surprised how much I used my EasyPress at my kids’ school this year)
- Do you have a hard time keeping track of the accessories/mat you need for your EasyPress?
- Are you looking for a convenient way to store your EasyPress, mat and/or accessories?
How Do I Order The EasyPress Tote?
If you’re wanting to order an EasyPress Tote you can see all the sizes here. When ordering from Cricut.com make sure to use promo code WINTER10 to get 10% off and score FREE shipping on orders over $50!
If you want to learn more about the differences between the original EasyPress and the EasyPress 2, check out this post. Not sure if you need an EasyPress or a heat press? Check out this post for a side by side comparison of the two.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.