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Everki EKP121S15 Atlas Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack, 11-Inch to 15.6-Inch Adaptable Compartment, Black

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  • External dimensions: 13.5 x 8.5 x 18.5 inch, Laptop compartment: 10.6 x 1.4 x 15.5 inch
  • Adjustable laptop pocket for 11-Inch to 15.6-Inch devices, bag weight 3.5 pounds
  • Trolley handle pass-through strap, 5-Point balance strap system
  • Felt-Lined iPad/Kindle/tablet pocket, Quick-access magazine/newspaper slot
  • Spacious, well-organized compartments

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Customer Reviews

Finally, after a half dozen packs in the past 2 years, A WINNER for serious business travellers.I have tried a half dozen $150+ packs over the past 2 years - they were all disappointments and all ended up in the dumpster.I am a heavy traveler (108 flights last year, 21 so far in the first 7 weeks of this year). I bought the pack to support all that air travel (it is one of the few packs available that has a pass-through sleeve on the back for rolling trolley handles). This pack is a TOTAL WINNER on every level. Here are the features that stand out for me:- Tough Cordura Nylon- Incredibly well protected Laptop compartment(s)- Tons of great pockets, in all the right locations, secured with very substantial zippers- Zippered side water bottle pockets.- Stands up on its own- No useless rain flaps to interfere with the zippers- Trolley handle pass though is perfect. Great engineeringAfter a month with this pack, I am totally sold on this make and model. Will happily buy again if this one ever wears out. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !!!5WOW! I was blown away by the quality, design, and capacity of this moderate-sized laptop backpack.WOW! This is an absolutely FANTASTIC bag. I had never heard of Everki before, and certainly not the Atlas backpack. However, on a recent flight (as a traveling consultant, planes are my second home), I happened to be standing behind a guy with an Everki pack. As a long-time Arcteryx fan -- smart, bomb-proof packs with great styling -- I admired the pack this gent was wearing as it looked just as solid as my beloved Arcteryx Blade 24.Fast forward a few months, and I find myself in a situation where I need to commute with two separate laptops. As much as I love the Arcteryx Blade, it just wasn't big enough to accommodate two laptops and all of the sundry gear that goes with them. So, I did some quick searches out on the interwebs for a purpose-built, multi-computer bag, and Everki kept coming up, and with high ratings. So, with some fresh travel coming up, I decided that now was the time to take the plunge and give the Atlas a try. I just received the bag a couple of days ago.I had high expectations of the Everki (having seen one in the wild before), but I was absolutely blown away by the build quality of the Atlas. This thing is industrial and built to take a beating. You can just feel the quality on this thing. Top quality materials are used in its construction, and there is heavy use of Cordura, parachute material, rivets, and heavy stitching. The zippers are large -- kind of similar to the oversized zippers used on Ogio bags -- and they open and close without a hint of snagging. Like my beloved Arcteryx, I wasn't able to find a single loose stitch or fray, and the attention to detail, fit, and finish is obvious from the moment you heft it. I say that because this is not a light bag. It is designed to carry a lot of equipment, and to do so safely.But the real surprise was just how well laid-out this bag is with a simply ridiculous amount of pockets and storage. I was able to fit both the 15" MacBook Pro and my Dell 15", along with two satchels, each with power bricks, cords, etc., AS WELL AS my Epson projector AND two O'Reilly reference books. And I still had room for extra power strips, international power converter, and even my sunglasses case. And there is extra room to spare. I am a huge fan of minimalist solutions, which is why the Arcteryx appealed so much to me. And, despite the crazy amount of pockets and storage space in the Atlas, it is so well designed that all of it doesn't seem excessive, and it still has a general feeling of minimalism and still maintains a reasonably small profile when all zipped up.I spend a great deal of time and perform a great deal of research on gear that I purchase as I like to make the purchase only once. I buy only the highest quality gear that I can afford, regardless of the price, and I have very high expectations for products that I've purchased. I can say unequivocally that the Everki Atlas has far exceed my expectations in all regards. It is with bittersweet feelings that I relinquish my Arcteryx Blade 24 to my daughter, who does quite a bit of business travel, too, and I plan on staying the Everki course from this point forward, as long as they continue to deliver top quality products such as this.Absolutely five stars!*** 2nd Trip Update ***So, I've taken this bag on two trips now and have a much better understanding of how well it works with my "office in a bag" concept, including working with the airlines. The bag is absolutely the perfect bag for traveling with two laptops. Plenty of storage space, very well organized and sorted, and just plain easy to use. One thing I really appreciated about the bag on these trips were the very wide and well-designed shoulder straps. I'm guessing that my bag comes in at over 20 lbs, and I found the wide straps to be completely comfortable and perfectly positioned and designed. I also appreciate that the bag is designed to stand on its own, which makes loading and unloading very easy. I remain so very thrilled with this purchase. Also, absolutely no problems with the bag as of this time -- no sticking zippers, no unraveling threads or stitches, or anything of the sort. I think I've finally found, "The One". I'll give a six-month review, just to provide some insight into how the bag wears over the long-run. Reiterate: 5-stars, well earned.5Great Bag, with decent-not-great qualitySix Month Update***This back pack has literally gone around the world a few times, and knowing what I know now, I'd make a different purchase....while the fabric is still in fantastic shape, the stitching has come undone in a few places. A dab of superglue and everything is fine, so no great catastrophe....the side pockets are literally a joke for carrying water. I can't carry any of my large water bottles, and the little tether that's supposed to help keep the bottle in place tore out after a couple months.Overall, this is a really good bag, but it is not worth the price difference you pay for any number of other good bags.***End UpdateOne of the best backpacks I've ever owned.The stitching and exterior of the bag is very nice ... this is a bag built to last.The zippers are nice, and move with zero effort.On its own, the big sits upright, without falling over or collapsing.Inside, the bag has several small pockets for storing small items: chargers, batteries, mice, etc.The lining has the everki name as a pattern - another sign of extreme attention to detail.Their is an upper pocket, lined with orange muppet fur, but surprisingly there is no passthrough for headphones.The bag holds quite a bit, but it's kinda cramped.The Laptop are is also lined in the orange muppet fur and the custom fit feature is really well thought out and executed.There are two smallish side pockets for extra items and they really are on the smallish side. My extra large water bottle will not fit, and my normal bottle 'mostly fits'.So why not 5 stars:I just can't put my thumb on it, but for almost 3x the cost of my Jansport it just doesn't feel like 3x better a bag ... though it very much is.I feel the little storage areas inside the bag make it great for somebody hauling around all sorts of gadgets, but for somebody who wants a mix of gadgets and then stuff like clothing or toiletries it's not so perfect. Who knows, maybe a month or two traveling with this and I'll change my mind.3Well thought out computer bagI am a traveling consultant, and carry my equipment with me every single workday. When my old SwissGear bag finally died, I was determined to not just replace it but fix its many problems. The Everki does the trick.My old bag padded my laptop front-to-back, but not the bottom. Drop that bag hard, even once, and your screen ends up cracked. The Everki pads the equipment on all sides, and also provides a separate padded slot for my iPad.Likewise the old bag was not waterproof. On rainy days I had to keep it on my lap on the train, or all the receipts held in my bag would be ruined. This bag has no such trouble.Sounds like a small thing, but this bag doesn't fall over when you set it down, even if it's unevenly loaded. This makes my life so much easier, particularly at the airport.The pockets are very well considered, of a variety of shapes and sizes.In short, I love it.5it is THE bagOkay, I almost cried when I started using this bag. It is THE bag. I spent weeks researching, trying to find THE perfect bag... for everything. What does the perfect bag for everything look like? Everki Atlas. Wow.Priority #1 - NEVER EVER BE FORCED TO CHECK MY BAG AT THE AIRPORTMy number-one concern was that I wanted to find a backpack that I would NEVER have to check at the airport. I like to travel very light (one bag only!), and loathe ever having to check a bag (for example, on a crowded holiday flight I had to check my previous backpack even though it would fit in the overhead compartment space easily the plane was too full by the time it was my time to board). Success with the Everki Atlas. Even when I filled the backpack up, the backpack doesn't stretch too much and I have been able to shove it under all the airplane seats I've tried.Priority #2 - Secure laptop padding & TSA-approved design... Yup. On the laptop padding: the Everki Atlas is the only backpack I've owned where I truly felt like my laptop was safe and secure and not about to be damaged. In almost every other bag, even with a laptop slot and a cover over my laptop, I was always worried. Not so with the Everki.Priority #3 - Pockets. Thankfully, there are plenty of organizational pockets with the Everki Atlas. As a girl, I get frustrated at the lack of useful pockets in both women's clothing and bag options. The Atlas has everything I'd ever want.Priority #4 - acceptable at work... This backpack is not something I would take to a nightclub (obviously), but anything work or travel-related for me and this is THE bag. I don't find it to be overkill going in to work either - I like having plenty of space to put my lunch, a notebook, reading book, purse, extra sweater, etc.Other things that I love about Everki Atlas:~ The sunglasses pocket at the top - so glad that it exists and also glad that it's a soft shell so it doesn't take up extra space if not being used.~ The open pocket in the front - very handy when I just need to shove something in there quickly~ This is so comfortable! It doesn't hurt my shoulders - I absolutely love how thick and padded the shoulder-straps are.~ Grateful for the extra tiny loop at the top (this allows me to hook it on the stall any bathroom door that has a small hook)~ The bag stands upright by itself so you don't need to lean it against anything.Suggested improvements for new model if Everki reads this:1) add two compression straps on the side - the bag is so well designed it doesn't "need" compression straps, but I like to use them walking around (especially at the airport) to loop my jacket off of one side (I solved this by attaching a carabiner-bungee cord to the small loop in the center and the top handle)2) a slightly bigger water-bottle side pocket, although I was able to make it work - that being said I really appreciate that those pockets zip all the way up.3) include the rain-cover, that would have been a nice bonusExtra note on traveling as a "one-bag-only" traveler with the Everki Atlas:So, my biggest feat yet as a "one-bag-only" traveler was being able to do a 3-week trip in China - in the middle of winter! - with just this one bag (as a girl!). NOT because the bag is hugely oversized - it's not oversized, just well designed. I was able to fit 3 small packing-cubes of (winter) clothes (not overstuffed), plus toiletries, plus two books, sunglasses, travel purse, and my laptop, tablet, spare pair of ballet-flats and some snacks for the flight. And - just to test it out - it fit under the airplane seat!5Good bag - own two from EverkiIn a day and age when you can find nearly anything you want, you sometimes run into a gem amidst the total crap that surrounds it. I have personally looked for a new bag for months while being disgusted with the quality, configurations, material and otherwise lackluster choices made when designing some of these other products.This bag is fantastic. Not perfect, but it is looking very promising after a very close inspection. This review is initial and I will update it as it gets some wear on it.- The first thing you notice is the quality of the fabric; not only does it feel sturdy but it can be said that it is a bit sexy as well with the design print in the front.- Second you notice the quality of the zippers when you start unpacking this thing, opening it up. I have had a lot of bags and these are nice. I do not get that impression or fear you get with others, wondering when they will break.- After opening all the pockets, you see a nice selection of partitioned spaces. The bag I last bought for my programmer (a large HP ENVY 17) was also from here, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00507NAYQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1. This is a rather popular Targus bag that already has a rip in it from 1 year of use when I hardly move the bag from where it sits. The bag slouches heavily when not zippered anywhere and the organization is terrible compared to this bag.- The orange colored interior is very nice but I didn't get the bag for flash, I bought it for quality. The orange does however allow you to see better where things are against the black color of the outer shell.- The laptop compartment is really neat for making sure the laptop is snug and not moving around. This is the first bag I have seen this on. Once you set the size, you do not have to do anything more than slide it in. Nicely lined pocket, easy to secure.- I just bought an Everki Titan a few weeks ago and the quality is there, but this is a smaller bag. One thing I noticed was that the pouches do not all open up a lot; you have to run the zipper down and then tug the pouch top out a bit to get it open. Not the end of the world and maybe that will loosen up a bit in time.- The larger section is just huge for whatever you would need until you try carrying part of your home along. Bigger things like game systems and external electronics that take some space will eat that pocket up. I am using this for business and have plenty of room for everything. I attached some pics of everything I threw in there and have actually throw some more in after. Can't use it if you don't have it with you. I do not travel by air much anymore so I cannot comment about under the seat storage. By the size of this, i am pretty sure it will fit just fine in the CRJ or Embraer that are still being used by some. Anything bigger is cake.- I did notice a couple things that just irked me a bit but did not make me trash the joint - The front pocket on top does not have any kind of closing mechanism; this pouch is open on the top and although it is pretty deep, if you stack anything that is rather tall, you do have a chance of it hanging right out the top and losing something. If there is not enough pressure to keep the contents smashed in and the bag tips, so may your things. You could argue that if it doesn't fit, don't put it in. That is my thinking but if they just put some quick release strap or even Velcro on the inside to hold it closed, the point would be moot. - There is no real dedicated document slot unless you call that inner zippered see through pouch the document pouch. In what I would consider the "business area" with you cards, pens and such, there is a small square there to hold who knows what. I threw in some very needed guitar picks (just never know), a couple thumb drives, SD cards and a micro adapter. I would rather have had a nice larger square for the passport, tickets and so forth. This is preference but for someone who traveled the airways for 17 years every week, that just makes sense.I am not taking a star away for anything I didn't care for because of the shear fact of how much better this bag is constructed than any bag I have had and ALL bags have had something that either didn't make sense or was not perfect. Yes, it costs more money. If you would rather have quality than quantity, I believe this is the bag. I have another and the quality is there on the titan as well. Some companies just make better stuff.Update 9/11/2019: This bag is still the beast it was when I bought it. Under inspection, I see a very minor stretch under the left strap. This is because I use this strap every single time i grab the bag, which is every single work day into the office or job site depending, and back. Absolutely the best bag i have ever owned.The small irks are still exactly the same. The front pouch that is open; I hardly use it because I do not want to keep track of the possibility of dropping something. If it is small that can dive to the bottom of the pocket, I throw it in. The zippered pocket behind is the same as well. Fully unzipped, it doesn't really open up a ton but you can still see everything and place and take items without issue. I am guessing after all this time that this close configuration is part of what makes this bag stand up to time. I can still open up every single zipper in this thing and the bag stands up. Obviously if you have a weight shift ratio to one side, i am sure you can get it to fall.Straps are in excellent condition for the use of the bag. I might buy stock in Everki as quality matters that much to me.5Frequent business travelerI, like many other frequent travelers, have run the gamut of laptop bags. To date the backpack has been the best performer. I have had several iterations of backpacks and after ordering this bag it has become the gold standard for my travels and use. The only feature that I am missing from my other bags in the past is the powerbag feature to charge my devices while they are stowed away during the flight. However the all around capacity, ease of use and design of the Atlas backpack blows away anything else I have used in the past. So much so that I do not even miss the charging capability of the powerbag,In this bag I carry the following:1. 17" Laptop, travel charging kit for laptop2. Nexus 73. Nexus 54. 2-3 Folders for documents, receipts5. 3 subject Spiral notebook6. glasses case7. Wireless Headset8. Over the ear noise canceling headset9. Mini wireless router (travel router)10. WD 1TB external HDD11. Wireless Mouse12. Car charger USB adapater13 3 USB AC Charging adapters14. all kinds of cables15. BT ear piece16. everything else I might need with room to spare.With my other backpacks all the above would bulge out the backpack and also weigh down more on my lower back than up around my chest and shoulders. This bag does not do either so those quick runs across the airport from gate to gate do not take out anyone else you may be running past or your back muscles. The two water bottle compartments on either side of the bag are zippered compartments so I use one of them for any medications I may need quick access to giving me even more storage options.For me the Atlas hits the sweet spot between Everki's Titan and Flight backpacks in terms of both price and capacity. I didn't want to invest more than $200 into a backpack and the Flight backpack was not large enough for my current laptop rig. The Atlas seems to have been created to target a frequent business traveler like myself. Would highly recommend this bag to anyone.5Now I know what an Everki is.I'm a heavy traveler,on the road about 50% of the time. I had a well worn Samsonite backpack that was truly on its last thread. I had wanted a Tumi, but could not talk myself into paying $400 for a backpack. Even though I had not heard of the brand name before, based mostly on the Amazon reviews, I bought this Everkii model. Very glad I did. It has ample room, and has the extra feature that allows it to slide over the handle of my roll aboard suit case. The material, zippers, and latches are of good quality. In addition I was skeptical of the "TSA approved" zippered computer section that allows you to unzip and lay the backpack open and flat on the security baggage belt without removing the laptop for security screening. To my surprise it works well and has been accepted at every domestic and international airport I have traveled through. No more taking the laptop out of the backpack and putting it in the security bins. When you travel for a living, every step saved is appreciated. Lastly, it has a large open pouch in the front that is great for storing magazine, newspapers, etc. for easy access once you have boarded the plane or train.5Recommend the bagI bought this back pack a couple years ago. At first I was skeptical and not thrilled as it was different from the jansport I was leaving behind and I had all the pockets on that figured out.But this ultimately has been the right purchase for me. I fly every week and with layovers sometimes I'm on 4-5 flights every week. This goes through security no problem (especially like that I can unzip the laptop pouch for that as two laptops don't always go through the andScanner great), got under the seat on both regional and larger flights, and is a life saver that it attaches to my suitcase because it's quite heavy. And I have a tendency to not always be super gentle, just the nature of travel sometimes. so I really have tested the padding on the laptop pouches and it holds up. I never worry if it clunks down a bit harder than I intended or had to be pushed into the seat in front of me. The general material of the whole bag seems to be very good quality and quite sturdy.To give a proper idea of what it can hold I'm currently sitting in an airport and it has two full sized laptops, two phones, a tablet, ipod and case, Nintendo 3DS XL, fitbit with no power, all the power chargers external harddrive mice and whatnot that come with those electronic devices, a pillow pet, a 20 ounce water bottle, wallet, passport, keys, nail clippers, gum, makeup mirror, two hard covered notebooks, two things of peanuts, chapstick, tylenol, and a multitude of pens in each pocket because I can never get enough. I'm probably not taking the organization as far as I could but I at least know where everything is.The only things I can say negatively is that I'm just not a fan of Orange. It's just one of my least favorite colours I suppose. I somewhat wish it was yellow or something. But it's definitely helped me find what I need in the bag and is professional looking. Also the water bottle strap is literally holding on by a thread but with the zip pouch my bottle doesn't fall out. It's too tall really to use the strap anyways.Overall definitely recommend the bag. I've put it through the ringer and it holds up.5Perfect TSA backpack for 17 inch laptopMan, I love this backpack. I could not find a backpack that would fit my 17 inch laptop. Not only does this fit my laptop no problem, the added bonus of not taking my laptop out at the TSA check point is great. I had no problem with TSA.This backpack is strong and well made also. It has a spot for another laptop in the same flip open area. My 15 inch laptop fit there perfectly. I had to take out the 15 inch laptop at TSA, but it slides out so easy.I loved the little wallet pocket on top. That's what I call it because it holds my wallet and phone safe and securely. It's only about 5 inches deep so nothing falls to the bottom where I have to dig for it.I had 2 laptops 2 books, my purse, and paperwork in this backpack. It weighed 26 pounds, and the straps didn't even look like they were straining. The pads did not dig into my shoulders. The key hook inside is awesome. The organizer inside is awesome. I'm stoke I bought this backpack.5
Everki EKP121S15 Atlas Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack, 11-Inch to 15.6-Inch Adaptable Compartment, Black

Everki EKP121S15 Atlas Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack, 11-Inch to 15.6-Inch Adaptable Compartment, Black

4.6
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Regular price
Dhs. 925.00
Sale price
Dhs. 925.00
Regular price
Dhs. 1,528.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (Dhs. 603.00)