- Interior organizer section.
- Large capacity main compartment.
- File pocket with Velcro closure.
- Dual combination locks.
- Sturdy carry handle.
- 12.5"H x 17.5"L x 4"W
- 5 Year Warranty
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Solo Classic 16 inch Leather Laptop Attaché
Dual Combination Locks
Equipped with a pair of combination locks near the handle to ensure your laptop and other valuables remain safe.
Organization and Productivity
Interior organizer and a file pocket with Velcro closure.
Equipped with an ergonomically designed handle to make sure this case is as comfortable as it is functional.
17.5 inches in length, this case allows you to easily store laptops, tablets, files, folders, and any other of your business needs.
Padded-frame laptop compartment with removable padded spacers and Velcro strap protects laptops up to 16 Interior organizer section.File pocket. Dual combination locks.Sturdy carry handle. Leather body.
- Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 12.5 x 4.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.75 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00061NLCW
- Item model number: K85-4U4
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 21, 2003
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UPDATE: BAD NEWS!! July 29, 2014: I received this case on June 3rd and it only lasted until July 29th! ONLY 57 DAYS!!! Already one of the locks has popped off. Of course, the item is not eligible for return any longer. Oh well, I have learned my lesson. They are just getting more and more cheaply made every year. This is really the worst I have EVER seen. I will switch to the soft, zip-up type briefcase now. It seems like if you don't want to put out hundreds of dollars, you just cannot go with the hard-sided cases. Hope others can benefit from my mistake and not purchase this item.
UPDATE: GOOD NEWS! August 19, 2014: As I was about to throw out this piece of junk, a small card fell out of the briefcase and it was a warranty card from the manufacturer, Solo. Well, my husband saw it and insisted on contacting the company to complain and inquire about the warranty. They sent us an email with instructions to email them a few photos of the case and the damage along with the original receipt. I sent them all that and lo and behold - they sent out a new briefcase! So even though I don't hold out much hope for this one lasting very long, I have to give credit to the company that makes it as they do in fact stand behind their product. PS: I told my husband that I wasn't going to do this every 2 months so enjoy the new case while it lasts!!
UPDATE: FEBRUARY 14, 2017: I just wanted to come back and say that my husband is STILL using the replacement brief case that we received from the seller. The secret is definitely to NOT let the locks snap up when you open it. Just put your finger above the lock at the same time you press the button to open it. The lock will still shoot up, but your finger will stop it from making contact with the metal and this has resulted in the brief case lasting almost THREE YEARS! I can't believe how long this one has lasted! It is still in great shape and none of the material has worn through and the handle is still very much attached. So please remember that this is a great case but you have to treat the locks very gently and it should last you a very long time.
That said, I think I would have liked a little longer than three months before it started showing signs of wear. I bought this for an internship so I didn't have to bring a backpack to meet with clients, and it's performed adequately in that capacity. The locks are mediocre quality, often freezing or sticking, but reliably open eventually. The body of the briefcase has started warping under the weight of a laptop and a pair of notebooks where it connects to the handle, but I don't think anyone else notices yet. The outside of the case is cheap, but only if you look closely. The interior pockets are good, and I don't have any complaints about them except that I would have liked a closeable pocket for small things like extra pencil lead. I ended up using the phone pocket for that, because who puts their phone in their briefcase?
In short, I would recommend this highly for any person who is entering a professional or office environment, but uncertain how long they'll be there. Interns, temp workers, people in a situation of uncertain time. Or maybe you need a stopgap while you save up for a proper briefcase. I would not recommend this for anyone who is established in a line of work where they need an attaché.
UPDATE: it's been five months, and the little studs that lock the briefcase open have worn flat. Only gravity will keep it open now.
Yes, I really did buy this. My review can be taken lightly, but also very seriously when I say it is a great buy for the price!