Customized Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag

Customized Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag



Overall rating based on 654 reviews

December 23rd, 2011 at 2:13 PM

CSal – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Lightweight, Spacious
Cons: -

Super bag, high quality, great appearance. Just started with my 150000 miles of travel per year, but seems as if it will be a nice traveller. The only small down side is that I experienced the upper corners of the bag not wrapping over properly and rain was allowed inside the bag. This may have been due the stiffness of a new bag or operator error by not cinching the flap completely. I am a total,gear hound and travel with MacBook pro, iPad, iPod, external hdd, various adaptors and cords. All,of my gear fits with room to spare. The workmanship is excellent and the customer service is stellar.

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August 18th, 2011 at 12:49 PM

Eric P – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Spacious
Cons: Heavy

Overall, I love my Commuter 2.0 Laptop Bag. I like lots of pockets and places to put stuff, in addition to a space for my Mac, and this bag has more than enough pockets to suit me.

The sleeve for the computer itself is quite secure and padded, and gentle on the surface of the computer.

I really love the magnetized bag flaps, which mean you don't have to manually lock the flap closed, or listen to annoying Velcro ripping.

My only wish is that the bag were a little lighter. It's not heavy, but it's not as lightweight as I think they could make it, if they tried harder.

Would I buy a Rickshaw again? Yes, no doubt. Their customer service is great, btw.

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January 2nd, 2014 at 7:09 PM

Paul Z. – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Lightweight, Spacious
Cons: -

I had this bag built for me and I love it. The Commuter 2.1 has room for my laptop and iPad and the extra nonsense that has to be carried from time to time. It does all this without feeling like a lead weight on my shoulders. The strap distributes the weight so well that I can get to work without a sore back. I got my SJ Sharks color on the piping and it was just enough so that I don't look like a cartoon.


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October 20th, 2012 at 5:23 AM

Yannick Augendre – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use
Cons: -

My best bag ever!!

Like most of us I've been a bag geek for ages, supporting and testing different brands and styles.

I've just recently discovered through the web (I'm French) the Rickshaw Bags company and so check out for more informations (reviews, Youtube, Vimeo).

I've been really seduced by what I was reading and watching. More than another brand on the market, I found out the company to have a very strong consciousness smart personality.

I wanted to test their products myself and verify if it wasn't only good marketing.

It is good marketing anyway, if not, I should not have spent more than $200 to get this delivered in my country...


Everything just rocks: Design, build and Fabric quality, the clever simplicity and smartness of both the quick adjustment system and the silent magnet closure.

This is just the best working bag I ever had. I can chuck inside all my geek toys (Earbuds, GPS, headset, cables, adapter...), my MacBook, a clip board, folders, magazines, Moleskine, my nice pens, My Iphone. Everything is well organized: GREAT!! The bag stands up itself and stays dry, which is important for me. I'm living in Normandy, and the weather is English type: sometime, it stops raining...

I'm glad to now wear a well made Rickshaw bag, which is not only a senseless badge: +1 for "Change for good".

I've already ordered a medium Zero, as a casual bag, through with my very own design and so express my best bad taste. If it works for me, I think it might become one of my top ideas for personalized gift for the next couple of years. Wait and see.

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June 14th, 2013 at 1:25 PM

RAD – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Great attention to detail, Great quality material and craftsmenship, Lightweight
Cons: A few common details missing, laptop can be difficult to put into full bag, laptop sleeve runs small, Too Small

Ok so I thought I wrote a review but I got an email asking me to rate the bag and did not see the one I posted so I'll do it again.

Overall I really really love this bag but when it's all said and done I'll end up returning it just b/c it's smaller than the dimensions led me to think (I have a slightly smaller bag that I can fit just a bit more into) and it doesn't help that the product webpage states the dimensions are 11" H x 15.75" W x 4.75 D but customer service stated it was actually 10" H x 15.75" W x 4.75 D which while not a huge difference is still almost 10%.

I really love the attention to detail that Rickshaw has, it's has a few things missing I've taken for granted in other bags and a few "issues:

Trolley strap: basically so I can slip the bag over the handle of my carryon luggage).

Intrusion: I would also love to see the main storage compartment not "intrude" into the space for the laptop sleeve, makes it difficult to get your laptop in and out when you're carrying a near full load.

Hydration: The side mesh pockets tend to come loose if you bump/rub against anything.

Sleeve: The laptop sleeve is minimally protective (as compare to what other bags have) and doesn't seem to fit my 15" laptop (despite that it should based on dimensions).

I went for this since I thought this would be big enough and a great quality alternative to a Bedouin or Bagjack and if the size isn't a problem (and some of the issues i mentioned) this is a fantastic option. As it is I'm looking at the Checkpoint Flyer and the Mission Workshop bags.

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