iPad Messenger Bag | Performance Tweed™

iPad Messenger Bag | Performance Tweed™

4.9

Reviews

Overall rating based on 75 reviews

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May 3rd, 2012 at 8:26 AM

Ronald Higgins – Verified Buyer

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

I've gotten many compliments on the bag and love that it was made in the US. It is the perfect size for my iPad. The only criticism that I would have is that I wish the strap could be adjusted to be used on the same shoulder as the side it is carried.

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March 26th, 2012 at 6:52 AM

Bob Butterworth – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Lightweight
Cons: Too Small

I wish the width of the bottom of the bag was just a little bit wider so that a standard manilla folder fits easily and nicely into it. the bottom ends up being just a little too small.

Love everything else about it though! Great work!

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August 18th, 2011 at 2:42 PM

Evan Gentry – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Easy to use, Lightweight
Cons: Too Small

It was just too small for my particular needs. Other than that, I loved it. It might be helpful to have a couple storage pouches/pen holders inside.

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May 19th, 2012 at 4:39 PM

Eleanor Taniguchi

Pros: Attractive, Easy to use, Lightweight, Spacious
Cons: No exterior pocket

I actually bought this as an alternative to my regular messenger bag, which is too big to bring along on shopping trips and city sightseeing trips . There's space enough for my Kindle, digital camera, and clutch wallet, plus maps, mail, and a 9 x 11 envelope or legal pad. My main kvetch with this bag is that there's no exterior pocket to hold a cellphone, keys or a bus or subway pass. There is a D ring if you want to clip your keys onto that, but I keep my house and car keys all on the same ring and don't want them attached to the bag. I wondered if whoever designed this bag was a guy who's used to keeping things in his pocket: I don't know of many women who do, especially since most women's clothing lack serious pockets. I would have been happy to pay a little extra to have a zippered pocket sewn on the back exterior of my bag: instead, I'll have to figure out a way to safely store those things I need to grab quickly while on the street.

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May 19th, 2012 at 4:39 PM

Eleanor Taniguchi

Pros: Attractive, Easy to use, Lightweight, Spacious
Cons: No exterior pocket

I actually bought this as an alternative to my regular messenger bag, which is too big to bring along on shopping trips and city sightseeing trips . There's space enough for my Kindle, digital camera, and clutch wallet, plus maps, mail, and a 9 x 11 envelope or legal pad. My main kvetch with this bag is that there's no exterior pocket to hold a cellphone, keys or a bus or subway pass. There is a D ring if you want to clip your keys onto that, but I keep my house and car keys all on the same ring and don't want them attached to the bag. I wondered if whoever designed this bag was a guy who's used to keeping things in his pocket: I don't know of many women who do, especially since most women's clothing lack serious pockets. I would have been happy to pay a little extra to have a zippered pocket sewn on the back exterior of my bag: instead, I'll have to figure out a way to safely store those things I need to grab quickly while on the street.

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