I've got a kleptomaniac in my group who's constantly picking up entire armfuls of junk to bring back to town or squirrel away for a rainy day. I want to gift her some kind of carry-all to assist in the junk-holding, but scouring item lists has turned up three different potential options, all of which seem roughly similar other than their respective total volumes.
- Portable Hole has a 3.14 × 10 × 9ft3 (~270 cubic feet) space with no weight limit
- Bag of Holding has a 3.14 × 1 × 4ft3 (~12 cubic feet) space with a 500lb weight limit
- Handy Haversack has a combined .75 × 4 × 4ft3 (~12 cubic feet) space with a combined 120lb weight limit (I think, I am very bad at math)
My intention is to reskin one of the items as a tapestry that's being used as a cloak by a puma. (Isn't D&D great?) I want them to be able to put things into the tapestry and also retrieve them at will later. Other than that it's pretty flexible.
Am I overlooking a difference between the Portable Hole, Bag of Holding and Handy Haversack that would make one item significantly better suited to this purpose than the others? If size and weight are the only relevant parameters then it's an easy enough choice but I can't help but shake the feeling that I'm missing something.