Monday, November 10, 2008
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Articles & Resources" @ 11:00 PM
"The main thing I hate about travelling is going through airport security. You know the drill, take off your shoes, jacket, metal items in your pockets and place them in a tray. Then remove the laptop from your shoulder bag and place it in another tray. It's always a hassle once your items come out the other end of the Xray machine because you have to hurry up and gather them before you hold up the line. How would you like to make your life a little bit easier with that task? How about if you didn't have to remove your laptop? Well now you don't have to thanks to the Checkpoint Flyer laptop bag from Tom Bihn."
$220? Yikes - that's one expensive bag. I'm all for quality bags, but considering it's nylon and not leather, I'm highly dubious that this bag would be worth the money. On the other hand, in some ways you're not only paying for the bag, but for the convenience of not having to remove your laptop and other digital equipment from the bag - and for a frequent traveller, that might be worth a lot more than $220. Now if there was only some way for them to invent shoes that I didn't have to take off...