Review of the Timbuk2 Division Pack Deluxe which is an updated version of the original that I looked at several years ago on the channel. Like the Authority Pack Deluxe, this version includes upgraded materials and an improved harness while maintaining the style and functionality that made the original an excellent all around tech backpack. If you are looking for an awesome bag at under $200 this will be one of the best places to start.
Review of the Andar Manhattan Backpack which is a premium and stylish leather backpack. Although the laptop protection is not as robust as many tech focused bags, it offers enough space, organization, and quality to work well for work or your everyday.
Review of the Black Ember Shadow Backpack which is another stylish and weather resistant tech bag which offers solid laptop protection, a unique organizational layout and one of the more underrated harnesses on the market. If you need a minimal and reliable laptop bag this will be a good option to take a look at.
Review of the updated version of the Modern Dayfarer Backpack which already offered a stylish look and great functionality and now has upgraded materials, a streamlined silhouette and a few other tweaks that make it even better to use.
Quick comparison of the Aer 20L Pro Pack and Bellroy Transit Workpack which are both excellent tech and everyday carry bags, but have a few similarities and differences which might make it difficult to decide which one might be best for you.
Review of the Minaal Daily 3.0 which makes some nice updates to the previous version while maintaining the durability, minimalist aesthetic, and epic laptop protection that has made the 2.0 so popular.
In this video we will be reviewing the brand new Pro Collection from Aer which is their first line of sustainable bags and includes 3 backpacks (24L, 20, 12.5L) and a pro sling bag. Each item uses Aer’s new 840d Recycled Nylon and the backpacks have an updated organizational layout along with the same protection for your tech that Aer’s bags are known for.
Review of the SLNT E3 Faraday Backpack which has a modern aesthetic that can work in any environment, rugged and weather resistant materials, great organization, and modular accessories that will help protect your digital privacy. If you are looking for a bag that can hold all of your stuff (it even includes a packing cube) and provide a little additional piece of mind, this will be an interesting one to check out!
In this video we will be taking a look at the Knack Convertible Duffel now that I have had a couple of weeks to put it to real world use. Overall, the bag offers many of the same benefits of Knack’s previous offerings which include a professional aesthetic and the ability to expand and compress to work well for edc and travel. If you were a fan of Knack’s previous expandable backpacks and are looking for something more streamlined and that can hold a little more than this will be a great option to check out.
In this video we will be unboxing and doing a first look at the recently released Knack Convertible Duffel. The new series introduces an updated look and a new organizational layout while keeping many of the things that made the original Knack Pack such a versatile bag. This will be a high level first look of the bag and I will be doing a more in-depth review in the future.
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