Baby Sak

Convertible Diaper Bag

Sophisticated, Baby!

Any weighed-down parent will tell you a versatile diaper bag can make an outing with a baby much more doable. (So. Much. Stuff.) Baby Sak bags are made for those parents who appreciate an organized, smart design—but want a bag that does diaper duty discreetly.

The multi-functional diaper bags look like a messenger bag or backpack—and easily converts to be worn either way. The neutral colors help keep them disguised, too. The
interior, however, is another story. It is baby gear heaven, with space for up to 10 diapers, wipes, clothes, toys . . . there’s even an insulated bottle holder.

Dad Daniel Meyers created these bags after having his own kids. He wanted to make it easier to change diapers on the go, so his bags have a built-in changing pad. And the whole bag can be wiped down, because, as any parent knows, an accident is inevitable.

Whether it’s on your shoulder or on your back, this lightweight, durable bag does the job of a diaper bag—and then some.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Daniel
    Daniel

    Hello Grommet fans! My name is Daniel Meyers, Founder and CEO of the Baby Sak. I'm very excited to be here today to help answer any questions you have regarding the Baby Sak. I am a father of 2 and the sole purpose of creating the Baby Sak was to help solve the many issues diaper bags have... The Baby Sak isn't just a typical diaper bag but most importantly a portable changing table which makes the diaper changing process super easy and fast. As exciting it is to be here, I am confident that you will be excited to get your hands on the Baby Sak.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/16/2016 9:16 AM

    Was there a specific incident with your own kids that pushed you to create BabySak or was it more of a gradual build?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    6/16/2016 10:14 AM

    @Mike there were many incidents that pushed me to design my own diaper bag. The first time I can recollect was when I was taking my kids out for the day and I had to get the diaper bag ready. I realized at that moment that my wife's $100.00 diaper bag was more like the abyss. I couldn't find anything, nothing was organized and things kept falling out of the bag. That was my first of many frustrating moments and it was that day I started to think about making a diaper bag that was functional and serves a real purpose.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/16/2016 9:17 AM

    How did you go about designing it and when did you realize you really had a business on your hands?

  • Daniel
    Daniel – Special Guest
    6/16/2016 10:23 AM

    @Mike luckily, I'm in the business of manufacturing. I have another product called the "Yoga Sak" and I took that design and re-engineered it to make the baby sak. The process took over 1 year of going back and forth with many different prototypes. After the final prototype, I was showing all my friends who either had babies or was about to have a baby and the feedback was incredible. I knew I had a business when a stranger saw me in action while changing my daughter and said "that's a really brilliant idea of a bag" where did you get that? The rest is history...

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