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Logitech Kinetik 15.4 Backpack


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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 13.7 x 4.6 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000VZUWF2
  • Item model number: 939-000033
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 19, 2004

Product Description

Logitech KINETIK 15.4 Backpack 939-000033 Carrying Cases

Customer Reviews

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I simply love this bag and can only wonder why Logitech doesn't offer it on their website.
Llubomir Stanojlovic
For a low-profile "turtle" computer pack with a little more expansion room (less rigidity), MobileEdge makes a bag worth looking at as well.
Ken Owens
It will scratch very easily, even if you try your best to avoid any sort of contact with the shell.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Jonny on March 21, 2008
This is a sharp looking backpack with a lot of nice features and room for slender items like folders and paperwork and slim binders. The zippers throughout the backpack are smooth and travel well, with few hang-ups. The exo-shell casing definitely contributes to the clean-cut look, but there are some drawbacks to this exo-shell design depending on your intended use.

I travel full time and my old backpack had a laptop section and then a cavernous main storage space where I could place all my gadgets and smaller hardware devices (I'm a network engineer, so I need things like spare network cables, a small network switch, and other small gear like that, as well as the ever-present wireless mouse, power brick for my laptop and a drawstring pouch big enough to carry my iPod essentials).

There are many little pouches and slits/slots for paperwork-style stuff or binders, but the only real place to keep my bulky gadgets is in the netted pocket on the lower portion of the inside of the shell. This works well enough, but because all of this weight is distributed to the front of the backpack, it has a tendency to tip over forwards when set down (even with the laptop providing counterbalance in the middle-back section of the backpack). This sort of defeats the advertised free-standing feature of this backpack. I found myself having to lean it against something or brace it in some way to keep it from falling over when not slung over my shoulder. It behaved better when fully opened and unloaded of my bulky gear, but even then it would tip forwards sometimes.

Another problem is that in order to access anything inside of the main compartments, you have to pretty much unzip it all the way, because the stiff exo-shell prevents any attempts for quick access.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Alexey Danilov on January 17, 2009
This is a very nice piece. Very comfortable to wear, even when completely loaded. I absolutely love the design, but then, I have hots for mesh fabrics. It does have beautiful shiny orange-colored padded back. Inside it is very roomy and yet secures not one but two laptops. I have to carry two laptops and a binder during my work day. This backpack does a great job.
Multimedia wise it was designed with you in mind: the pocket for the MP3 player (I have Classic iPod) is roomy and is located in one of the shoulder straps. This allows you to access your player without having to take your backpack off. In my opinion - very smart and humane idea.

However.... with all my kudos to the makers of this great backpack, I have to mention one flaw. The outer shell is nice a matte but is very easily scratched. It takes a light tangential bump into a furniture or a wall or somebody's backpack (especially if you are a student, as I am) to leave a scratch. The worst part is - all the scratches come out white. Very annoying. I am starting to think I will need some stickers to cover those ugly scratches... or maybe some shoe polish.

Other than that - I love this backpack.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gimpy on December 23, 2008
I purchased this backpack at risk for a 17 inch dell m6300 series laptop. To save anyone the search, the m6300 has the following measurements:
D: 11.3
W: 15.5
H: 1.6

Well, I will say that it does fit into the padded compartment, just barely. It's Tight going in, and a bit tighter coming out. It may not be the safest way to carry a 17 inch laptop, being so tight, but it works for me.

The shoulder compartment for the MP3 played won't quite fit a 4th gen Ipod, but does make a nice stash spot for Jump drives, dongles and the such. All and all, it gives enough room for the laptop, power supply, mouse, A couple notebooks. a binder, and various odds and end.

The hidden compartment on the back is big enough for passports and (folded) traveling papers. The bag packed full will fit into most all carry on size check cages. Although, security will have fun making you clear out all the half hidden pockets.

The bag is well balanced, has a good amount of support, and comfortable for travel. The scuffing mentioned elsewhere is a real issue. The shell coating seems to be neoprene. For anyone who hasn't used a neoprene in the past, it is awesome in that is nigh impossible to put a permanent mark on. However, it also gets temporary marks easily. With the right amount of elbow grease and water, (or mostly any other non-astringent cleaner) you can get almost any mark out. All and all I am happy with my purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Llubomir Stanojlovic on March 31, 2010
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I just received this bag and from the start I can tell its a keeper. While I only have a netbook, I was in the market to buy a hardshell backpack that I could use while biking to school. I figured that if I took one bad fall, my netbook and I were in for pain.

That is till I came across the Kintek. It offer amazing protection. The Exo-shell is just amazing. It's rigid enough to withstand hard impacts(or punches) but shows some very subtle signs of flexing(which is a good thing in my opinion). My only gripe with the backpack is that it doesn't have a pouch on the side for water bottles which I use often.

The bag also offers so much space in such a small package; Every part of this bag is used to effectively that I wish I could purchase several of these bags for if/when this one becomes destroyed.

I simply love this bag and can only wonder why Logitech doesn't offer it on their website.

If Batman were to use a backpack, he'd use a Logitech Kinetik.
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