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Pampered Chef: Carry All Tote vs. Consultant Tote what's the difference?

  1. jj16

    jj16 Member Gold Member

    For some of you who have the carry all tote, Simple Additions Tote, padded envelope. First off what is the difference between the carry all tote and the consultant tote? In the Simple additions tote it looked like it would be a good way to carry spices, cookbooks, etc. since I don't have much of the Simple Additions. What are the padded envelopes? They looked like a good way to keep the executive cookware from getting scratched. Any ideas on what works best for you let me know.

    I typically take tools we'll be using for recipe, cookbooks, spices, laptop, catalogs. I wouldn't mind taking the Executive Stir Fry Skillet so people could see what great cookware it is but I don't want it to get scratched rubbing up against something else. Right now all I have is the bag that came with the full sized starter kit (not the mini kit). Thanks!

    Nov 8, 2009
  2. I am not an expert but the carry all tote has 2 dividers in it making it 3 smaller compartments while the Consultant Tote has one large space in the middle and on the sides you have a little compartment. The carry all is smaller in size overall as well.

    Nov 8, 2009
  3. chefann

    chefann Legend Member Gold Member

    The consultant tote is the bag that comes with the standard kit. So you already have that one. The carry all is for large but generally light weight items. I use mine for cookbooks, catalogs, or large items that don't quite fit in the consultant tote when it's already packed for a show.
    Nov 8, 2009
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