Customized Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag

Customized Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag

4.7

Reviews

Overall rating based on 556 reviews

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September 23rd, 2012 at 5:12 PM

Missy Dempsey – Verified Buyer

Pros: Easy to use
Cons: -

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June 1st, 2014 at 6:25 PM

jerry madsen – Verified Buyer

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

This bag is well made and fits my laptop and other things well. Very spacious and the build quality is good. I'd buy a rickshaw bag again.

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November 13th, 2012 at 5:45 PM

David Smoller – Verified Buyer

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

I required a bag that could easily fit my laptop, lunch and a few other random items suitable for my commute to and from work on the LRT. This bag meets those needs, all while remaining durable and stylish. Plus, it's nice knowing that this was crafted in the USA.

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August 27th, 2011 at 1:22 AM

John Vito – Verified Buyer

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

Great customized bag. Tons of features. Excellent quality, construction. Superb customer service. Thanks Crystal.

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March 22nd, 2013 at 9:39 AM

J Jones

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

Received my new bag a few days ago and love it. The bag is well made and designed with care. There is ample storage space that is placed for easy access.

The only 2 drawbacks I have found are:

1. Because of the tight fitting, flannel lined laptop sleeve, I have found that it traps the heat from my sleeping computer. I rarely shut down my laptop and when I place it in the sleeve at the end of the day it is often pretty warm. When I get home, it is still very warm. I have taken to slipping the top of the sleeve behind the laptop so the top remains open.

2. The strap pad is very comfortable but when wearing the bag across one shoulder it constantly slips off my shoulder. It would be nice if the pad had some rubber so that it would grab my shoulder. You wouldn't need to cover the entire surface in rubber, but just a few strips would help and still allow the pad to ventilate.

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