• Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
  • Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
  • Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
  • Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
  • Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
  • Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)
Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)

Everki Versa Premium Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Backpack for 14.1-Inch MacBook Pro 15 (EKP127)

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  • Checkpoint Friendly 14.1" Laptop/MacBook Pro 15 Compartment
  • Shell-Protected Quick-Access Sunglass/Gadget Case
  • Patent-Pending Corner-Guard Protection System
  • Felt-Lined iPad/Kindle/Tablet Pocket
  • High-Grade Leather Handles and Accents
  • Ergonomic Dangle-Free, Storable Shoulder Strap System
  • Water-Repellant Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.04"x1.50"x14.3"
  • Checkpoint Friendly 14.1" Laptop/MacBook Pro 15 Compartment
  • Shell-Protected Quick-Access Sunglass/Gadget Case
  • Patent-Pending Corner-Guard Protection System
  • Felt-Lined iPad/Kindle/Tablet Pocket ; Capacity 21.5 L
  • High-Grade Leather Handles and Accents
  • Ergonomic Dangle-Free, Storable Shoulder Strap System
  • Water-Repellant Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.04"x1.50"x14.3"

Customer Reviews

Good, compact laptop backpack but could use more organizational pockets and can be tight on spaceThis is a well-built backpack and fits a lot into a small space. I think it will last a long time and prove to be very versatile. I own other Everki products and their build quality is extremely good. My problems with this bag are two-fold:1) It doesn't have enough small organizational pockets for me. I travel with a lot of USB drives, external hard drives, power adapters, snacks, and so forth, and it was tough to get everything to fit in this bag in a way that allowed me to create "a place for everything" kind of experience.I compensated by using some small gear bags inside the backpack, but they tend to fall to the bottom so I'd prefer more built-in, small organizational pockets.2) In spite of its external size, internally, it doesn't seem to hold very much. It gets cramped quickly, particularly in the large main compartment. There is a lot of space taken up by the divider for files, and the way it is constructed limits what you can fit in there. I can get my basics to fit, but that doesn't leave any room for the "toss in" kinds of items I tend to encounter on trips - books, my larger headphones, etc.If you have similar needs, the larger Everki Atlas (also here on Amazon) may be a better choice for you:http://www.amazon.com/Everki-Checkpoint-17-3-Inch-Adaptable-Compartment/dp/B00ERJG842/thatdwayne-20/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391020021&sr=8-1&keywords=everki+atlasThe Atlas has more pockets (including more externally-accessible pockets) for organization, but can be a bit big to fit under the airline seat. In contrast, the Versa (this item) fits easily under a coach airline seat). 3This is a perfect backpack for a business person who flies weeklyThis is a perfect backpack for a business person who flies weekly.Pros:-It mounts on my rolling carry on bag using a sleeve that prevents the backpack from turning to the side while on the rolling bag.-The bag will stand on a table without falling.-TSA compliant laptop case for going through a non precheck TSA line without removing laptop-Lots of pockets of all different sizes and they are all orange on the inside (versus black which makes it hard to find small items).-Many specialized pockets like a hard pocket on top for sunglasses (big enough to add other stuff like a phone charger)-I rarely wear it as a backpack but it is very comfortable with padded straps and padded back-Fits easily under any airline seat-Magnetic pocket on front (i use it to hold my receipts while travelling)Cons:-Water bottle holder will only take a very slim water bottle not the big one I use-Key chain clip is very tight so it is not easy to clip key ring onto it and then remove it later-No good place to put file folders easily. They do fit in a couple of pockets, but it is just not easy to access them quickly 5- Great internal organizationI had higher expectations for this backpack based on reviews on this site and traveler forums, but overall it's been fairly disappointing. I'll start with the positives:- Great internal organization. I've never had my cables, devices and other travel accessories so well organized.- Good size. Holds just enough for a carry on while fitting nicely under almost any airplane seat.- Durable. The backpack seems to hold up well so far to the normal abuses of travel.Now unfortunately, the negatives:- Design. This backpack feels like it was designed by someone that had never actually seen a backpack before. I cannot for the life of me explain why there are two handles on top instead of just one sturdy handle. Neither is strong enough to grab on its own and grabbing both together is weirdly awkward. The front pouch has the zipper behind a lip that hides the zipper but ends up just scraping your fingers. The bottom of both straps have a clasp to detach them (assuming when used on a trolley) but they just end up scraping your hands when putting your arms through.- Straps. They're only OK, not super comfortable for a long day's worth of wearing.- "Checkpoint friendly". The fact that you can unzip the laptop pouch to lay flat is utterly pointless. Either you have TSA Pre and don't need to take it out or you'll have to take it out. Period.- Zippers. This was the most disappointing. The zippers are really low quality. The top, small soft pouch for your phone has such a poor quality zipper it's already almost unusable after 4 months.Overall, this bag is just fine. It looks professional but its really only worth half the cost. If I had paid less than what I did for it, it would probably already be given away in a donation bin. 2Wonderful bag, but too many small issuesFrom the description and on first inspection, this bag is perfect. Everything that everyone says is great about the bag is true. The bag is well structured and doesn't slump down. Laptop and tablet are very well protected. It has enough space to hold more than I would normally want in a bag. With a laptop in it, even with two, the weight is well distributed and almost feels light. I LOVE the orange interior that makes everything super visible. The hard shell sunglasses box is brilliant and the felt lined slash pocket is really nice. What a great bag.However, I'm finding a new home for mine. There are just to many small faults that make it super annoying.* The largest issue for me is how uncomfortable it is to carry by my side (i.e. not on my back). The split handle is not padded and it's nearly impossible to comfortably carry it like a briefcase. I have a handle pad I used on another bag, but I can't use it here because the two halves of the handle go in different directions to open the bag.* For me, the backpack straps were too uncomfortable to wear for long periods. The longer I had it on the worse it felt. My shoulders are not broad and the straps end up riding on the outer edges of my shoulders, which made it hard to use my hands in front of me. It was an unexpected problem to have.* I often sling a backpack over one shoulder when I'm in a hurry and this was not really meant to be worn that way. It's uncomfortable and the weight is oddly distributed. It's unusually hard to carry on one shoulder. I was surprised this mattered to me since I never considered it before, but there ya go.* The water bottle situation is ridiculous. There really isn't anywhere to hold a bottle of water. The "leash" is a joke - a cute joke - but still unworkable. Everyone has water these days and really there's no where to reliably put it.* The front slash pouch is virtually useless and the zippered front organizer pocket is difficult to open. The zipper is difficult to operate on the front. It's a nice size pocket but it's too hard to open.* It's heavy! When it was loaded up and on my back, that didn't matter. But navigating security, putting it under and out of the seat in front, going down the plane aisle...all made me realize how heavy it was. Empty it's a big bag.All in all, this was a great bag. For the person with the right size body - not sure what that is exactly - this would be perfect. But for me, it was the best bag ever for loading and unloading, while being the most uncomfortable bag I ever had. 4Most everything you could ask forI purchased because it was the only bag that had 95% of what I wanted in a bag, all the features that were described in the video. There are a couple more that were notable that I couldn't confirm until receiving the bag:* The 'bumpers' for the laptop sleeve are removable.* The main storage area *can* be unvelcroed and fully opened to lie flat, like the checkpoint area. Makes packing/unpacking easier, and prevents you from having to screw up your packing in order to reach something at the bottom.It would be a 5-star bag if it were a little bit cheaper and had more professional styling. I can't believe I dropped $200 on a backpack. Well done, though. 4The ultimate business back-pack. If you can afford it, you won't be sorry.This is such a first class piece of equipment... Design, materials and workmanship are superb. Though this is the most compact of the Everki backpack line, it isn't too small by any means. I can pack a day's worth of "emergency' clothing and small toiletry bag when using this as carry-on, along with my computer, chargers & cables, iPad, book, files, and the office supplies that always live there. The pass-though strap at the back allows you to pop it over a rolling suitcase handle. You wouldn't take this model on a hike; it's basically a briefcase+. But the spare external design makes it acceptable in a serious business setting. It absolutely stands up by itself whether packed or empty, and the TSA-friendly design for the computer compartment is great. The two handles are designed so that you can grab the bag off the belt, then move quickly out of the way without fear of leaving something behind or dropping a laptop. When napping on a long flight I toss my iPhone and glasses into the "sunglass" compartment at the top, knowing they are completely safe. My only complaints? Other Everkis have a rain-proof portal through which you can feed headphones. I wish the sunglass compartment had that option. The laptop compartment has a lockable zipper. I wish the main compartment had one too.June 2018 update: one of the chief selling points of this bag is that you can just unzip the back compartment & needn t remove the laptop. In 2 years of traveling with this, however, i have only been allowed to do this once. Invariably, security agents make me remive the laptop and put it in a bin. Because this feature accounts for a good deal of the weight, and uses up much of the usable space, you may want to think twice. 4Great briefcase repacement, but not versatile.I really wanted to love it, but just couldn't. If you are looking for just a briefcase replacement, this this is a great bag. However, I travel a lot for work, including international trips and this just doesn't cut it. It's just too small. I had the Everki Atlas and liked it a lot, however, it's made for a larger laptop (although it's main feature is an adjustable laptop sleeve). I only have a macbook pro, so didn't need the extra size, so some of that was wasted and I thought I would give this a try. I like the sunglass case on this, also the fact you can unclip the straps and tuck them in, and the dual carrying handles. But at the end of the day, it just fit my daily office needs. As you know, when you travel you typically have to throw some additional stuff in your bag. And especially if you travel internationally then you really have to bring along some extras for those 8+ hour long flights. This bag just doesn't have the space. So I'm going to stick with my Atlas of which I'm very pleased, just thought I would give this a look. If you just need a briefcase replacement, then it will do the job. But if you need more, look at the Atlas. 3Exactly What I NeededI've been travelling a lot for work lately and was using my "free" nonsense bag. I thought it would be useful, but I found myself endlessly zipping zippers and never finding what I wanted. So far this bag has been a perfect solution. I really only want to use it as my carry on so the size was right on. Quick idea of how I've used it... Front magnetic flap is perfect for easy access to your passport & tickets. Next smaller pouch is for travel cards, pens, and I store my portal mouse there. Small soft pouch works perfectly for my wallet & phone when you want to get that stuff out of your pockets. The large section is useful. There is a small divider with some pouches, a mesh zipper spot, and a "larger" area. Zipper works great for cords. The smaller pouches are good for universal plugs, chargers, and a few small things. The small flap works well for a thin book or I keep my Kindle in it with a battery pack. The "larger" area isn't all that big, but it fits my Bose headset, Nintendo Switch, with a little space left over for some snacks or something small. Hard sunglasses case so I actually travel with them instead of letting them get smashed. Finally the laptop pouch works well enough to hold the laptop, charger, and maybe a notebook. That about all you are going to get out of it, but it's exactly what I wanted. Well organized and stands freely making it easy to get stuff out. The quality is great. One of the side pouches doubles as a water bottle holder. 5Amazing Airport Commuter BackpackI didn't want to give this pack 5 stars. I really, really didn't. The straps are lacking and it weighs at least a pound more than it should. That alone should make it 3 stars. However, I had to be fair about what the pack is designed for and what competition exists in that space.I bought this bag exclusively for airport travel to give presentations. It seems designed for this purpose, with it's TSA approved fold out design. So it is with airport commuting exclusively in mind that I write this review.The straps on this bag would irritate me if used on a daily basis. I am a backpack snob and love the comfortable straps and light materials used by osprey in hiking and day packs. But this is a different sort of application. The Everki is built to be used in airports. It is more like a small piece of luggage with backpack straps. That being said, it is insanely well organized.I bought the Thule Paramount and Ogio Renegade to compare to. The Thule was blown away by the other two and was rather disappointing overall, so it was returned.The Ogio was close to the Everki in design, with some key differences: I would summarize it like this: If you are a student, subway rider, or person who has to lug the backpack around on foot, go with the Ogio. It is inferior in design to the Everki, but has better straps and greater capacity. It also has a real suspension system and hard shell laptop protector.If you're mainly taking this on planes, or are an executive wanting a professional look, go with the Everki. It is totally designed for airport commuting and fits perfectly under a coach seat. The organization is second to none. You'll be able to manage a laptop, iPad, headphones, all accessories, a jacket, a water bottle, and a snack. It is well padded, but not as protected as the Ogio. It will do fine as an airport carry-on or briefcase replacement. 5A bag this expensive should be perfect I'll summarize the video here:Pros:excellent materialssunglasses compartmentmagnetic document pouchgreat device protection (mostly)stands upright without supportCons:on the smaller side15" laptops are vulnerable at top of bagdearth of sub-pouchesuseless oversized front flap makes vital zipper harder to use 4
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Description
  • Checkpoint Friendly 14.1" Laptop/MacBook Pro 15 Compartment
  • Shell-Protected Quick-Access Sunglass/Gadget Case
  • Patent-Pending Corner-Guard Protection System
  • Felt-Lined iPad/Kindle/Tablet Pocket
  • High-Grade Leather Handles and Accents
  • Ergonomic Dangle-Free, Storable Shoulder Strap System
  • Water-Repellant Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.04"x1.50"x14.3"
  • Checkpoint Friendly 14.1" Laptop/MacBook Pro 15 Compartment
  • Shell-Protected Quick-Access Sunglass/Gadget Case
  • Patent-Pending Corner-Guard Protection System
  • Felt-Lined iPad/Kindle/Tablet Pocket ; Capacity 21.5 L
  • High-Grade Leather Handles and Accents
  • Ergonomic Dangle-Free, Storable Shoulder Strap System
  • Water-Repellant Ballistic Nylon Exterior
  • Laptop Compartment: 10.04"x1.50"x14.3"
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good, compact laptop backpack but could use more organizational pockets and can be tight on spaceThis is a well-built backpack and fits a lot into a small space. I think it will last a long time and prove to be very versatile. I own other Everki products and their build quality is extremely good. My problems with this bag are two-fold:1) It doesn't have enough small organizational pockets for me. I travel with a lot of USB drives, external hard drives, power adapters, snacks, and so forth, and it was tough to get everything to fit in this bag in a way that allowed me to create "a place for everything" kind of experience.I compensated by using some small gear bags inside the backpack, but they tend to fall to the bottom so I'd prefer more built-in, small organizational pockets.2) In spite of its external size, internally, it doesn't seem to hold very much. It gets cramped quickly, particularly in the large main compartment. There is a lot of space taken up by the divider for files, and the way it is constructed limits what you can fit in there. I can get my basics to fit, but that doesn't leave any room for the "toss in" kinds of items I tend to encounter on trips - books, my larger headphones, etc.If you have similar needs, the larger Everki Atlas (also here on Amazon) may be a better choice for you:http://www.amazon.com/Everki-Checkpoint-17-3-Inch-Adaptable-Compartment/dp/B00ERJG842/thatdwayne-20/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391020021&sr=8-1&keywords=everki+atlasThe Atlas has more pockets (including more externally-accessible pockets) for organization, but can be a bit big to fit under the airline seat. In contrast, the Versa (this item) fits easily under a coach airline seat). 3This is a perfect backpack for a business person who flies weeklyThis is a perfect backpack for a business person who flies weekly.Pros:-It mounts on my rolling carry on bag using a sleeve that prevents the backpack from turning to the side while on the rolling bag.-The bag will stand on a table without falling.-TSA compliant laptop case for going through a non precheck TSA line without removing laptop-Lots of pockets of all different sizes and they are all orange on the inside (versus black which makes it hard to find small items).-Many specialized pockets like a hard pocket on top for sunglasses (big enough to add other stuff like a phone charger)-I rarely wear it as a backpack but it is very comfortable with padded straps and padded back-Fits easily under any airline seat-Magnetic pocket on front (i use it to hold my receipts while travelling)Cons:-Water bottle holder will only take a very slim water bottle not the big one I use-Key chain clip is very tight so it is not easy to clip key ring onto it and then remove it later-No good place to put file folders easily. They do fit in a couple of pockets, but it is just not easy to access them quickly 5- Great internal organizationI had higher expectations for this backpack based on reviews on this site and traveler forums, but overall it's been fairly disappointing. I'll start with the positives:- Great internal organization. I've never had my cables, devices and other travel accessories so well organized.- Good size. Holds just enough for a carry on while fitting nicely under almost any airplane seat.- Durable. The backpack seems to hold up well so far to the normal abuses of travel.Now unfortunately, the negatives:- Design. This backpack feels like it was designed by someone that had never actually seen a backpack before. I cannot for the life of me explain why there are two handles on top instead of just one sturdy handle. Neither is strong enough to grab on its own and grabbing both together is weirdly awkward. The front pouch has the zipper behind a lip that hides the zipper but ends up just scraping your fingers. The bottom of both straps have a clasp to detach them (assuming when used on a trolley) but they just end up scraping your hands when putting your arms through.- Straps. They're only OK, not super comfortable for a long day's worth of wearing.- "Checkpoint friendly". The fact that you can unzip the laptop pouch to lay flat is utterly pointless. Either you have TSA Pre and don't need to take it out or you'll have to take it out. Period.- Zippers. This was the most disappointing. The zippers are really low quality. The top, small soft pouch for your phone has such a poor quality zipper it's already almost unusable after 4 months.Overall, this bag is just fine. It looks professional but its really only worth half the cost. If I had paid less than what I did for it, it would probably already be given away in a donation bin. 2Wonderful bag, but too many small issuesFrom the description and on first inspection, this bag is perfect. Everything that everyone says is great about the bag is true. The bag is well structured and doesn't slump down. Laptop and tablet are very well protected. It has enough space to hold more than I would normally want in a bag. With a laptop in it, even with two, the weight is well distributed and almost feels light. I LOVE the orange interior that makes everything super visible. The hard shell sunglasses box is brilliant and the felt lined slash pocket is really nice. What a great bag.However, I'm finding a new home for mine. There are just to many small faults that make it super annoying.* The largest issue for me is how uncomfortable it is to carry by my side (i.e. not on my back). The split handle is not padded and it's nearly impossible to comfortably carry it like a briefcase. I have a handle pad I used on another bag, but I can't use it here because the two halves of the handle go in different directions to open the bag.* For me, the backpack straps were too uncomfortable to wear for long periods. The longer I had it on the worse it felt. My shoulders are not broad and the straps end up riding on the outer edges of my shoulders, which made it hard to use my hands in front of me. It was an unexpected problem to have.* I often sling a backpack over one shoulder when I'm in a hurry and this was not really meant to be worn that way. It's uncomfortable and the weight is oddly distributed. It's unusually hard to carry on one shoulder. I was surprised this mattered to me since I never considered it before, but there ya go.* The water bottle situation is ridiculous. There really isn't anywhere to hold a bottle of water. The "leash" is a joke - a cute joke - but still unworkable. Everyone has water these days and really there's no where to reliably put it.* The front slash pouch is virtually useless and the zippered front organizer pocket is difficult to open. The zipper is difficult to operate on the front. It's a nice size pocket but it's too hard to open.* It's heavy! When it was loaded up and on my back, that didn't matter. But navigating security, putting it under and out of the seat in front, going down the plane aisle...all made me realize how heavy it was. Empty it's a big bag.All in all, this was a great bag. For the person with the right size body - not sure what that is exactly - this would be perfect. But for me, it was the best bag ever for loading and unloading, while being the most uncomfortable bag I ever had. 4Most everything you could ask forI purchased because it was the only bag that had 95% of what I wanted in a bag, all the features that were described in the video. There are a couple more that were notable that I couldn't confirm until receiving the bag:* The 'bumpers' for the laptop sleeve are removable.* The main storage area *can* be unvelcroed and fully opened to lie flat, like the checkpoint area. Makes packing/unpacking easier, and prevents you from having to screw up your packing in order to reach something at the bottom.It would be a 5-star bag if it were a little bit cheaper and had more professional styling. I can't believe I dropped $200 on a backpack. Well done, though. 4The ultimate business back-pack. If you can afford it, you won't be sorry.This is such a first class piece of equipment... Design, materials and workmanship are superb. Though this is the most compact of the Everki backpack line, it isn't too small by any means. I can pack a day's worth of "emergency' clothing and small toiletry bag when using this as carry-on, along with my computer, chargers & cables, iPad, book, files, and the office supplies that always live there. The pass-though strap at the back allows you to pop it over a rolling suitcase handle. You wouldn't take this model on a hike; it's basically a briefcase+. But the spare external design makes it acceptable in a serious business setting. It absolutely stands up by itself whether packed or empty, and the TSA-friendly design for the computer compartment is great. The two handles are designed so that you can grab the bag off the belt, then move quickly out of the way without fear of leaving something behind or dropping a laptop. When napping on a long flight I toss my iPhone and glasses into the "sunglass" compartment at the top, knowing they are completely safe. My only complaints? Other Everkis have a rain-proof portal through which you can feed headphones. I wish the sunglass compartment had that option. The laptop compartment has a lockable zipper. I wish the main compartment had one too.June 2018 update: one of the chief selling points of this bag is that you can just unzip the back compartment & needn t remove the laptop. In 2 years of traveling with this, however, i have only been allowed to do this once. Invariably, security agents make me remive the laptop and put it in a bin. Because this feature accounts for a good deal of the weight, and uses up much of the usable space, you may want to think twice. 4Great briefcase repacement, but not versatile.I really wanted to love it, but just couldn't. If you are looking for just a briefcase replacement, this this is a great bag. However, I travel a lot for work, including international trips and this just doesn't cut it. It's just too small. I had the Everki Atlas and liked it a lot, however, it's made for a larger laptop (although it's main feature is an adjustable laptop sleeve). I only have a macbook pro, so didn't need the extra size, so some of that was wasted and I thought I would give this a try. I like the sunglass case on this, also the fact you can unclip the straps and tuck them in, and the dual carrying handles. But at the end of the day, it just fit my daily office needs. As you know, when you travel you typically have to throw some additional stuff in your bag. And especially if you travel internationally then you really have to bring along some extras for those 8+ hour long flights. This bag just doesn't have the space. So I'm going to stick with my Atlas of which I'm very pleased, just thought I would give this a look. If you just need a briefcase replacement, then it will do the job. But if you need more, look at the Atlas. 3Exactly What I NeededI've been travelling a lot for work lately and was using my "free" nonsense bag. I thought it would be useful, but I found myself endlessly zipping zippers and never finding what I wanted. So far this bag has been a perfect solution. I really only want to use it as my carry on so the size was right on. Quick idea of how I've used it... Front magnetic flap is perfect for easy access to your passport & tickets. Next smaller pouch is for travel cards, pens, and I store my portal mouse there. Small soft pouch works perfectly for my wallet & phone when you want to get that stuff out of your pockets. The large section is useful. There is a small divider with some pouches, a mesh zipper spot, and a "larger" area. Zipper works great for cords. The smaller pouches are good for universal plugs, chargers, and a few small things. The small flap works well for a thin book or I keep my Kindle in it with a battery pack. The "larger" area isn't all that big, but it fits my Bose headset, Nintendo Switch, with a little space left over for some snacks or something small. Hard sunglasses case so I actually travel with them instead of letting them get smashed. Finally the laptop pouch works well enough to hold the laptop, charger, and maybe a notebook. That about all you are going to get out of it, but it's exactly what I wanted. Well organized and stands freely making it easy to get stuff out. The quality is great. One of the side pouches doubles as a water bottle holder. 5Amazing Airport Commuter BackpackI didn't want to give this pack 5 stars. I really, really didn't. The straps are lacking and it weighs at least a pound more than it should. That alone should make it 3 stars. However, I had to be fair about what the pack is designed for and what competition exists in that space.I bought this bag exclusively for airport travel to give presentations. It seems designed for this purpose, with it's TSA approved fold out design. So it is with airport commuting exclusively in mind that I write this review.The straps on this bag would irritate me if used on a daily basis. I am a backpack snob and love the comfortable straps and light materials used by osprey in hiking and day packs. But this is a different sort of application. The Everki is built to be used in airports. It is more like a small piece of luggage with backpack straps. That being said, it is insanely well organized.I bought the Thule Paramount and Ogio Renegade to compare to. The Thule was blown away by the other two and was rather disappointing overall, so it was returned.The Ogio was close to the Everki in design, with some key differences: I would summarize it like this: If you are a student, subway rider, or person who has to lug the backpack around on foot, go with the Ogio. It is inferior in design to the Everki, but has better straps and greater capacity. It also has a real suspension system and hard shell laptop protector.If you're mainly taking this on planes, or are an executive wanting a professional look, go with the Everki. It is totally designed for airport commuting and fits perfectly under a coach seat. The organization is second to none. You'll be able to manage a laptop, iPad, headphones, all accessories, a jacket, a water bottle, and a snack. It is well padded, but not as protected as the Ogio. It will do fine as an airport carry-on or briefcase replacement. 5A bag this expensive should be perfect I'll summarize the video here:Pros:excellent materialssunglasses compartmentmagnetic document pouchgreat device protection (mostly)stands upright without supportCons:on the smaller side15" laptops are vulnerable at top of bagdearth of sub-pouchesuseless oversized front flap makes vital zipper harder to use 4
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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