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Rated 3 out of
Displaced Yankee from
Solid Construction with Significant LimitsI wanted this bag from the moment it was released. The bag is handsome and features all of the solid construction details that make my other Timbuk2 bags the workhorses in my daily commute and travel needs-I own no less than ten other Timbuk2 bags from the smallest nylon messenger up to a co-pilot rollaboard. But this bag falls short on too many counts. Yes, it is small-according to the official specifications, it is 1.0L smaller than the medium Commute messenger bag (23L)-but it is also 0.2lbs heavier than the Commute. The overnight compartment seems thoughtfully designed (the full compartment compression panel to hold your clothes in place is a great feature that helps to prevent wrinkles), but the briefcase elements have specific limitations. In order to reach the organizer section, you need to loosen two buckles that seem only to get in the way. Inside the organizer section, there is a single pen slot, two slip pockets and two mesh pockets. The usual Timbuk2 details like the key lanyard and the quick adjust strap are absent, and I don't know anyone who carries only a single pen. On the opposite side of the bag is the dedicated laptop compartment; it is lightly padded, but it is not TSA compliant (like the Commute messenger or the Uptown backpack), and it does not have a dedicated laptop sleeve with a strap to secure your device. Unfortunately, this bag had to go back. If you want to travel with one under-seat bag, you can have more space and organization with a packing cube inside a medium Communte or Command messenger. Those bags will protect your belongings and speed you through security faster.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 3 out of
Verdict is still outThis bag fits my needs as a once-a-week overnight commuter. There is plenty of room to store a complete change of clothing along with anything else i need for two days away from home, including a laptop. Yet it is small enough to easily fit under a train or plane seat, even on Frontier Airlines (where they live to charge you for everything that is just slightly larger than this bag). It's nice looking, and it is laid out well with easily accessible pockets for keys, phone, glasses, etc, and other larger internal pockets for clothing, books, etc, and a separate laptop sleeve. Here is what i would change. 1) The handles are insubstantial and there is no way to hide them if you choose to use this as a cross-body or shoulder carry bag. 2) The shoulder strap is insubstantial and has no padding or grip. You will need to buy a 'better' replacement strap if you are using the shoulder strap. 3) I'm not sure what the purpose of the front metal buckles is, but you need to unbuckle them to open the front zipper the entire way .. somewhat annoying. 4) There is no padding in the laptop sleeve .. I don't really care, but you might. 5) The zippers aren't as smooth as they could be. So, in general, i really like the bag, there are just some easily fixable quirks that prevent a better rating.
Date published: 2019-11-25
Rated 2 out of
Kimo Habashi from
Get the messenger bag insteadAdmittedly I got this bag at year end half off, and I knew a lot this going in from the other reviews. Bag is just okay. It actually sets up really well as a work bag, but it just doesn't feel as sturdy or as durable as the messenger bag (of which I have the same one for like 10 years). The straps and handles on the bag are terrible. I ultimately went back to my messenger bag.
Date published: 2020-01-28
Rated 3 out of
Birkland A from
Awkward featuresI agree that the buckles are a decoration that unnecessarily interfere with opening the small side pocket. Otherwise, it works well as a weekender.