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Posted Friday, July 24, 2009 1:50 AM


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Looks like a nice piece of gear. My attache case is a little work worn and I was concerned about its ability to cope with bumps on my recent travels. OK for home/office work but not through busy airports/luggage racks.

I have to ask how often the Sonic Screwdriver has been used?
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Jamie Batiste (7/24/2009)

I have to ask how often the Sonic Screwdriver has been used?


With great power comes great responsibility. I only use it when I have to.

It really has been a great bag so far. I should have mentioned in the article, Maxpedition offers two smaller versions of the bag (with different, nifty names) if this one is a bit too much.


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Posted Friday, July 24, 2009 6:19 AM
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I use the 15" bag and it's worked out fine as well. Good write up!

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Andy Warren (7/24/2009)
I use the 15" bag and it's worked out fine as well. Good write up!


What size laptop did you get into it? I've got my 17" laptop in the bag, but there's a ton of room. I think it could hold a bigger machine.


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It holds my 15"/Dell E6500 just fine, haven't tried a 17 but I think it might just fit. Will try if I get the chance. I don't carry a spork (yet), but otherwise it has plenty of room for the stuff I need.

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Looks great, but I must admit I find it hard to take the name seriously. What next - Ultimate Fighter tote bag?


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Scott (7/24/2009)
Looks great, but I must admit I find it hard to take the name seriously. What next - Ultimate Fighter tote bag?


The day pack my wife carries from them is called Fat Boy. It's their "thing." Nifty names. I don't think they'll go for MMA though, more like Predator or Abram or Garand or ...


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