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Samorga is a popular purse organizer brand that is often compared with CloverSac as both brands bear certain close similarities in their purse organizer design. Both brands designed purse inserts that are light-weight and structured that helps to keep your purse in shape. In this review, we shall find out what are the key differences and similarities between these two popular brands that make them tick.
If you prefer to watch comparison video between Samorga and Cloversac, following are a couple of videos that you can find on YouTube where the user gave their honest opinions.
The key differences between the two brands are their prices. CloverSac’s purse organizers are sold for USD$22 while Samorga’s purse organizers are sold between USD$32 to USD$118 depending on the model you are buying. One have to understand that CloverSac is a mid-priced organizer along side with other mid-priced organizers like Purse to Go and Chameleon Inserts while Samorga is a high-priced organizer along side with other brands such as Divide and Conquer. CloverSac’s popularity is largely due to its affordability while packed with design features of a high-end organizer.
Design and Pockets
Both CloverSac comes with a removable middle pocket compartment that can be removed to create more space. This is one of the closest design similarity between these two brands.
By having the centre pocket compartment removed, it will help to create more space inside the organizer.
This middle pocket compartment for both are secured differently. CloverSac uses two snap buttons at each side while Samorga uses velcro. Both methods allow the centre compartment to be firmly attached to the main bag.
Let take a closer look at the other pockets of CloverSac and Samorga. Samorga’s pockets are pretty standard as they all bear the same depth and size however CloverSac’s pockets come in various sizes and height.
Following are pictures of the inner pockets of Samorga vs CloverSac at one side. Notice the different height of CloverSac’s side pockets which allows one to insert larger to smaller items for better reach.
Inner pockets of Samorga and Cloversac at the other side. On the other side of CloverSac’s organizer. The pockets are netted to allow visibility.
Following are comparison of the external pockets for the two brands.
Custom-Made Versus General Sizes
CloverSac’s purse organizer inserts are not made to custom-fit any handbags. CloverSac Purse organizers come in five general sizes and they are called Emma 22, 25, 28 and Grand 35.
Emma 28 being one of the best selling purse organizer by CloverSac is commonly fit into popular handbags such as Louis Vuitton Speedy 30, Neverfull MM, Hermes Birkin 35. On the other hand, Samorga’s purse organizers are custom-made to fit into purse so they are available in various sizes depending what purses you plan to fit the purse organizer into.
Following is a picture of Emma 28 fitted inside a Louis Vuitton Speedy 30
Compare that against Samorga fitting inside a Louis Vuitton Speedy 30
Following is a picture of CloverSac’s Emma 28 in beige fitted inside a Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM
Follow is pictures of a pink samorga fitted inside a Louis Vuitton Neverfull MM
Cloversac uses polyester and it ensure the fabric used passed the colorfastness test with a minimum score of 4 out of 5. This is to ensure the color does not bleed and damage onto the interior of the handbag. Samorga is made of thick felt which helps to keep the shape of the organizer. Both organizers are light-weight and structured.