Commuter 3.0 Laptop Bag

Commuter 3.0 Laptop Bag

4.7

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July 10th, 2015 at 10:08 AM

Scott Miller – Verified Buyer

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

The Commuter 3.0 is by far the best messenger bag I have ever owned. Attractive and durable, it has ample space while still being lightweight.

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June 3rd, 2015 at 10:12 AM

Michelle

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

I just bought one of the last vestiges of the previous year's "mini commuter". It's a terrific bag plain and simple. I never realized quality until I received my first (I'm now ordering a Zero messenger for toting my ipad) Rickshaw bag. The sturdiness of the materials, quality of the hardware and attention to detail have made me a new devotee. I have a Timbuk2 bag, which was great, but wasn't quite fitting the bill for my work needs. I work at a University and have ever changing items: books, notes, my Macbook Air and office supplies. They all fit nicely, including room for my lunch. The organizer section make finding your things a snap. The bag stand up on it's own which is a big plus when you're looking for something. The inside material is also a large bonus since it cleans in a snap. Thanks Rickshaw for showing me how quality makes a difference!

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May 16th, 2015 at 5:09 PM

Andrew Lucas – Verified Buyer

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

I spent a LOT of time looking for a suitable bag that could be used daily, hold a 13" Macbook and later a 15" Macbook for my next laptop upgrade. It also had to be able to hold a full size A4 page to a day diary and a bunch of documents I use for on-farm visits, plus a 1 litre SIG water bottle.

I searched for an Australian manufacturer, but nothing was available that met all my needs. Either too small or massive gear bags with very little functionality. So I was pleasantly surprised to see the US's growing custom manufacturing market and the philosophy behind Rickshaw Bagworks.

One of the biggest pluses was that the Commuter 2.1 is that it stands up by itself. It may not sound important but as the bag sits on the seat next to me in my work ute/pickup it's great to be able to access everything with one hand. Plus it doesn't go flying all over the car, it just stays put.

It's really well thought out with a rear double-zip pocket able to be accessed when the rest of the bag is locked down. Speaking of that I hadn't come across the 'shhh' magnetic closing system, but with a 7month old baby at home I've been able to pack my bag and sneak out of the house in the morning without the Velcro monster waking anyone.

The carry handle is really solid and the shoulder strap also makes light work of carrying the bag as it's wide and extra padded; very useful as this thing can hold a lot and the temptation is to keep stuffing things in! Great product, great service and a really positive experience of custom manufacturing where people actually get paid properly and have good working conditions - thanks Rickshaw.

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April 14th, 2015 at 5:14 PM

Johannes Bergmann – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Spacious
Cons: Heavy

This is clearly a terrific bag. The construction is superb and it looks almost elegant. It holds and holds almost anything you would want. It can be an overnight bag too. I want to own it because it's so honorable a product. BUT be sure you want something this big and heavy (3.5 pounds is more than you might imagine). I think the weight is worth it because the bag is so well built and because it stands up on its own, but using it as your constant bag -- the one you take everywhere, trail, mall, movies -- is a problem because it's big.

I dream of the "one bag" but it doesn't exist. This is one of the bags you need.

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April 13th, 2015 at 6:13 AM

Commuter – Verified Buyer

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

I've bought a lot of commuter bags over the years and I've finally found one that doesn't frustrate me. This bag is nice and sturdy. It holds its shape well and it's great not having that ripping velcro sound. It's comfortable to handle on the shoulders and the handle strap doesn't hurt your hand. It's heavy, but that's because you'll be able to store what you want in it. The only thing is, I wish it had an external water bottle holder. And as, a female, I wish bags wound come with thinner straps.

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