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Bose® travel bag for SoundDock Portable

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  • This Bag Fits SoundDock Portable Only!
  • Stores remote control, power supply and other accessories
  • Small, stylish and lightweight
  • Carry strap included
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Bose® travel bag for SoundDock Portable + Bose SoundDock Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock + A2DP Bluetooth Music Receiver Adapter for Bose SoundDock Speakers- Extra Long Wireless Range up to 60 ft (Sale of 3.1 Generation Model After 2/01/2014)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameBose
Item Weight1.7 pounds
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model number351349-0010
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000V2BYJI
Best Sellers Rank #2,409 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableSeptember 20, 2007
  
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Product Description

Bose travel bag Travel in style with this elegant, roomy Bose travel bag. Custom designed for your SoundDock Portable digital music system, this portable bag will protect your system while you're traveling. And it has plenty of room to store your iPod, power supply, additional battery, and remote control. Compact, lightweight size makes it easy to take the SoundDock portable bag with you wherever you go. Durably constructed for longevity and optimum protection against drops and jostling. When you’re on the go, travel in style with the new Bose SoundDock portable bag.

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Customer Reviews

It's a great bag for traveling and protection of your SoundDock.
WLB
The closure is a set of two magnets at the base of a flap that covers the top and side of the bag.
Gadget Queen
It fits the unit well and has 3 pockets in the front for the remote or my iPod.
msn yin yang

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Reliable Shopper on December 30, 2007
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I confess that if Amazon had not offered this bag as a "bundle" with my Bose soun dock, it would have never occurred to me to buy one. As with anything you keep on a tabletop, the sound dock collects dust and keeping it protected eliminates that. Eventually the dust will collect in the grid and surely damage it. The bag is great, sturdy, elegant, and it even has a pocket for the socket attachment. You can store your sound dock anywhere and just pick up the bag and carry it with you (the shoulder strap is an added bonus). I supposed eventually I would have bought a bag to keep the dock from getting scratched or damaged; it didn't have to be a Bose bag, but it's simply ELEGANT.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Bonneau on June 27, 2008
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Look, it's expensive for a bag, I know. But you probably just spent $400 on your portable Bose for the purpose of TRANSPORTING it places, so you'll need it.

It's really slickly designed, everything fits just perfect. And it looks nice. I've brought with me to the park, and it makes a perfect carryon for the airplane.

Highly recommended.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By tom0702 on October 15, 2009
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This will be long but it can raise bag to a 5-star.

Two major flaws:
1. The center side pocket under the flap is not large enough to hold the spare battery (ref'd in previous comments). It begs the question: Did the bag undergo any Quality Control?

2. The flap closure which uses two small magnets to hold closed is a joke! What QC testing did they do? Keep in mind that the bag will be holding north of $1K in valuables(iPod $400, speakers $400, battery, cables, etc.). I wouldn't trust this bag to securely hold my iPod as I learn through testing (see below).

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Resolution to flaw #1(battery doesn't fit in pocket):

With the flap open, view the 3 pockets on the front. Let's call them (from left to right) pockets #1, #2, and #3.

Pocket #1 is slender and is well sized for the remote.

Pocket #2 (the largest) is obviously intended for the battery but is short by 1/2 inch in width!

Pocket #3 fits the iPod (iPod-Touch in my case) and fits fine though is a bit loose.

I'm hoping a lightbulb is going off in your head... #2 is not wide enough while #3 is a bit too wide.

So that's how I fixed (kludged) the battery issue. Notice the seam between pockets #2 and #3. The sewing is right down the middle centered between pockets #2 and #3. I carefully cut the thread from that seam and then manually sewed it back. But I sewed it approx 3/4 inch closer to pocket #3 rather then right down the middle between both pockets. Voila! Battery now fits snugly into #2 and the iPod is now a bit snugger in #3. (Picture available upon request).

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Resolution of flaw #2: Flap closure.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Well Researched Buyer on May 6, 2008
This is obviously made to fit the Bose Sounddock Portable like a glove. It even has a perfect sized compartment for the charger and a little extra room on top of the speaker to put remote, iPod, Belkin Mini Surge Protector (great portable surge protector) and an extra battery if you buy one.

Nice quality (think a step above the CaseLogic leatherish CD cases).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Queen on June 24, 2011
This bag came with my Bose Portable Sound Dock (did not purchase from Amazon). According to Bose, this bag should store the sound dock, cables, power supply and "other accessories." Also purchased with the sound dock was an extra battery. Here's my experience:

1. The Sound Dock, remote, and cables fit perfectly. They are the only things that do fit.
2. No way an extra battery will fit securely in this bag.
3. No way the power supply fits unless you disassemble it, and even then it is a VERY TIGHT FIT in the pocket specifically designed for the power supply. The cord is squeezed way too hard where it attaches to the power pack, and over time could present an electrical hazard. Further, there is no way to securely store the plug removed from the power supply. It simply floats around in the compartment above the sound dock, which is completely unsecure due to the magnetic closure system (see below).
4. No way an iPod will be securely stored in this bag. If the magnets open, your iPod is toast. Also, MAGNETS in close proximity to your iPod can play havoc with the digital content on the iPod itself. Think! There is a reason you don't put magnets near a computer...it erases data...ditto for the iPod. Get it?? Magentic fields, especially strong ones ERASE DATA, ANY DATA. It did so for my iPod, and you don't want to know what I had to got thru to restore it...time and energy wasted!
5. The closure is a set of two magnets at the base of a flap that covers the top and side of the bag. No zippers, no separate closure for the top of the bag or the individual side pockets--none, nada, zip. What was Bose thinking here?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sound Hound on March 31, 2009
First of all, the fit/quality/materials are excellent and the fit of the SoundDock itself is perfect. If you have a portable SoundDock, then you really need to buy this case. But there are a number of design problems that would have been so easy to fix: 1) charger "holster" - as others pointed out, you must detach the prongs before it will fit and there's no good place to put the prongs where they will be safe and not subject to loss. Also, the holster is a very tight fit for my charger - I can't close the velcro w/o damaging the strain relief on the plug. Either they have recently redesigned the charger, or I have a quality control problem. 2) outside flap - the magnetic closure is neat, but I would prefer something more secure, especially since the interior pockets do not have flaps - it would be easy for the flap to open and the remote to fall out (or your iPod!). I also think they missed the opportunity to put a zipper on the flap to store documentation for the SoundDock.
I would still buy it again because of the fit and I can put all the accessories, plus my Nano, video iPod, Pelican case, and earphones all inside and the overall size is still fairly small.
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