Bag Repair Service At Mr. Bag-Fix In Bangkok

We have used Mr. Bag-Fix at CentralPlaza Ladprao for bag repairs twice … so far, so good, a shop that we can trust for simple repair works.

Near Gate B
Near Gate B

They are located at basement (not sure why their address indicated as Ground floor), near Gate B (leading towards car park).

Need to see doc
Need to see doc

Bf’s camera bag shoulder strap was ripped off, as couldn’t handle his camera and lenses’ weight. So, I made my way there for repair service.

Service form
Service form

The fee came up to 400 baht, and upfront payment is required. A ‘service form’ was issued, and is required for collection of the bag. All in Thai, so I had no way to check …

Velcro patch is partially ripped off
Velcro patch is partially ripped off


Update May 2017:
Bf’s velcro patch on his Crumpler laptop bag has partially ripped off … Mr. Bag-Fix quoted me THB 400 for the repair work. We did check with Crumpler at Siam Square earlier, and was quoted THB 300 .. so, will go to Crumpler instead.

Collection in a week time. I remembered that it took shorter than 1 week for earlier repairs, but this time round, I didn’t receive any collection sms from them. I assumed that these smses will be sent, if it’s ready before indicated collection date.

Done!
Done!

So, on the ‘ready date’, I went to collect the bag without much issue.

Their services list
Their services list

They also repair suitcase, ladies handbag, briefcase, golf bag, wallet, sports bag, laptop carrier, belt, leather jacket, sleeping bag, tent, stroller, etc. Besides that, they also provide repair service for all designer brand handbags. 

There are 12 service centers, including Siam Paragon, CentralWorld Plaza, etc .. the full outlet list is here.

Happy fixing!

 

Mr. Bag-Fix
Central Plaza Ladprao, Ground Floor Gate B
Tel: 02-717 8149/50
Website: http://www.mrbagfix.com

 

 

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Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.