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So just when you think you’ve found
all the storage you uncover a full length
compartment at the rear – ideal for
files, shirts and anything that didn’t fit in
the aforementioned spaces!
Over the last few months the bag
has been under train seats, in aircraft
overhead lockers, chucked in the boot
of the car and accidently dropped from
various heights all to no ill effect on it
or the contents bar a few scratches on
the front plastic panel.
Once you get over the fact it’s not
lightweight then you find this is a
comfortable backpack with excellent
padding and ventilation with numerous
compartment straps to ensure
everything is in place. So whether you
are walking, biking (pedal or power) or
just simply travelling then this is one
backpack to take a serious look at.
What I’d like to see….
• A waist strap as well as the chest
strap as it can sometimes move
about a bit with a full load.
• Reflective safety strips on the
backpack – including them as stick
on accessories might be nice.
• A fluorescent backback elasticated
cover to offer the commuter / walker
complete water protection in the
What I love…
• It just looks the business!
• This is the only storage I need for
an overnight business or holiday trip
where my laptop needs to come
along. • The tough handle on the top if you
prefer to carry rather than sling on
• With some budget airlines squeezing
hand luggage dimensions, but not
worrying about weight, this is perfect
for carry on occasions.
• The storage you have
Bare in mind…
• Very heavy for a backpack
especially once filled with all
my heavy stuff. But maybe
protection comes at a cost?
• As you can't see the
waterproof seals then a
thicker laptop may fit but
could prevent a watertight
seal - make sure you keep
within the spec.
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