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Default 09-02-2009, 11:36 AM

Tanks BigDaddy for your comment. This gives me an id of the difference between the size internal and external size of Timbuk2's products. Imo The Dell should fit in, I will order one tonight. I don't know how many time it will take to arrive in France, but I let you know if it fits .
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Default 09-02-2009, 12:24 PM

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Tanks BigDaddy for your comment. This gives me an id of the difference between the size internal and external size of Timbuk2's products. Imo The Dell should fit in, I will order one tonight. I don't know how many time it will take to arrive in France, but I let you know if it fits .
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Default 09-03-2009, 12:01 PM

I use a Timbuk2 bag, but it's their regular Extra-Small Classic Messenger bag. I got it on closeout direct from Timbuk2 for $17.50 + shipping. Great little bag with plenty of compartments and a beefy shoulder strap. As a Classic Messenger, it's unpadded, but I keep my Mini in a sweet custom Psyopper sleeve for protection. It fits nicely with room to spare for a notebook, power supply, external hard drive, etc. etc. I can post a pic this weekend if that's helpful.

I have a 10v inbound and by all measurements it should fit nicely in the X-Small Classic Messenger as well, again including a Psyopper sleeve.


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Default 09-03-2009, 07:52 PM

That's an amazing price for a Timbuk2 bag. Too bad hey don't have an outlet online like Dell does. I'd love to get good savings by buying last years' designs


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Default 09-05-2009, 02:08 PM

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That's an amazing price for a Timbuk2 bag. Too bad hey don't have an outlet online like Dell does.
They don't have an outlet per se, but if you sign up for their email ads, you will get a heads up of an occasional (maybe once or twice a year?) closeout deal where certain color combos or styles are being blown out. It was a crazy good deal. Watch REI for Timbuk2 bags as well, they are many times on clearance/closeout in their REI Outlet shop. Combined with a coupon code, they can be a really great deal as well. I picked up a black Commute (Laptop) messenger from REI for my M1330 for under $40 from their outlet store last year.


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Default 09-06-2009, 02:35 AM

i have my 11z in a timbuk2 quilted sleeve inside a timbuk2 backpack (which i can't see to find now on their site). it works good, and the bag is quality, but i really wish it had more pockets. i have a lot of little things to go with my little computer.


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Default 09-10-2009, 11:58 AM

I changed my mind at the last minute, and I finally choose this bag :
Ultimateaddons 8.9-10.2 Netbook Shoulder Bag Case
I hope it will came fast !
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Default 09-12-2009, 08:05 PM

Hi, I just got a cool bag and need to brag about it... In Oklahoma, Kansas and North texas, there is a little Backpacking gear shop called Backwoods. Every year they give you a free birthday present. Lately they have been giving Osprey packs.. Last year they gave my wife a cool Osprey shoulder bag, but they changed recently and I got an Osprey Halo bag for my birthday in July. It sells for about $50 but has a laptop sleeve built in. It is big enough to carry my 13 macbook, but it really carries my Mini 10 well.. here is the link.. ReSource Series - Recycled Materials : Halo : : Osprey Packs, Inc.
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Default 09-12-2009, 09:40 PM

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I changed my mind at the last minute, and I finally choose this bag :
Ultimateaddons 8.9-10.2 Netbook Shoulder Bag Case
I hope it will came fast !

I really like the design of this one!


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Default 09-13-2009, 12:33 AM

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Hi, I just got a cool bag and need to brag about it... In Oklahoma, Kansas and North texas, there is a little Backpacking gear shop called Backwoods. Every year they give you a free birthday present. Lately they have been giving Osprey packs.. Last year they gave my wife a cool Osprey shoulder bag, but they changed recently and I got an Osprey Halo bag for my birthday in July. It sells for about $50 but has a laptop sleeve built in. It is big enough to carry my 13 macbook, but it really carries my Mini 10 well.. here is the link.. ReSource Series - Recycled Materials : Halo : : Osprey Packs, Inc.
do you have any pictures of your bag, all they have on the site is an external and i'd love to see more of what the inside looks like.


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