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#210412 26-Mar-2017 14:10
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Hi All

 

I'm after a new backup for work. It needs to have a separate pocket at the back for my laptop (lenovo carbon). Pockets inside the main storage pocket for things like mouse dongles etc..

 

Happy to ship from the US/Amazon etc. 

 

Any ideas on suitable backups?

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 backpack not backup!





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Backup or Backpack?





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  #1748088 26-Mar-2017 15:09
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Assuming that you mean backpack, I would suggest Tatonka.

 

They make a range of backpacks for this purpose.

 

The best place to find them is amazon.de. (You can click an option to get that site in English ) Perhaps also worth looking at amazon.co.uk

 

Why Tatonka?

 

Very tough and long-lasting. My Tatonka Zaphod has made it through 5.5 years of daily abuse.

 

Very practical. My Tatonka Zaphod even came with a padded laptop sleeve that just slid into the laptop pocket inside the rucksack.

 

Very comfortable. Padded straps and lots of adjustment. Also, the backs have a venting system to avoid pooled sweat on hot days.

 

Range of sizes depending on how much other stuff you want to carry.


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