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Mandala

Long, thin plastic bag with random dots: the sort that makes you squint if you stare at it too long trying to see a regular pattern. See Uzbekistan Airways for a similar idea in gold squiggles. "Putar disini ikat dengan kawat" is Indonesian for "Twist here and secure with wire". Actually, it should be "Putar di <space> sini dan ikat dengan kawat", but I guess they ran out of space.

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya. (2000)

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Mandala (lower)

Printed lower down on the bag. Acceptable variation or a different design? Hell, I say it's "optically different".

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya. (2002)

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Mandala (boldface)

The Mandala is now in bold -- helps you remember what plane you're on.

Thanks to Riyatno. (2002)

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Mandala (purple)

No logo on this (slightly smaller) bag. This same bag is also used by the Serayu ferry.

Thanks to Riyatno. (2002)

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Mandala (clearer printing)

The dots on the Mandala bags are, to be quite honest, sloppily printed. Here's one with much better graphics.

Thanks to Riyatno. (2002)

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Mandala (clear printing, lower)

Same good quality printing, but the pattern on the reverse is printed a full 5 cm lower down the bag.

Thanks to Isye Arifiantini (2005)

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Mandala (finer dots)

Beats me how Mandala can come up with so many variants on the same design. The pattern inside the dots is finer than on other bags - same printing plate, perhaps, but with less ink?

Thanks to Adi Widjono. (2005)

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Mandala (flower)

Halleluja, a new design from Mandala at long last! A very tastefully done flower has replaced all those migraine-inducing dots.

Thanks to Isye Arifiantini (2008)

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