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- Buckle closure
- 19" high
- 14" wide
- Tuck-away shoulder straps to convert to backpack with two large main compartments
- Padded sleeve fits 15-inch laptop for safe transport
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Computer Backpack and Wheeled travel piece all in one. The shoulder straps are padded and can be tucked away when you need the ease of a wheeled bag. The large side mounted 80mm action wheels with traction and stability control allow for ease of movement.This wheeled daypack comes with a padded laptop sleeve large enough to carry a 15" laptop.
Take the strain off your shoulders with the JanSport Driver 8 Metro Roller daypack, which features large, side-mounted 80mm (3.15-inch) action wheels with traction and stability control and a single pole retractable handle. It has two main compartments and a padded laptop compartment that fits notebooks with up to a 15.1-inch screen. Other storage features include a large front drawbridge compartment with an organizer, a front zippered stash pocket, and a side water bottle pocket. The Driver 8 also offers a padded back, tuck-away shoulder straps, and a quick-grab handle for easy carrying.
- Capacity: 2100 cubic inches/34 liters
- Weight: 4 pounds, 3 ounces
- Dimensions: 19.5 x 13 x 8 inches
- Fabric: 600D Poly, 420D Velocity
For more than 30 years, JanSport has created products to help you carry the stuff you need, where you need it, in the most functional and fashionable way possible. JanSport's success extends across the globe, where they have become a leading designer and manufacturer of durable backpacks, luggage and gear. The company is headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, and has offices in the United States and Europe.
JanSport Outdoor Equipment is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product. The warranty applies when the product is used for the purpose intended, under normal conditions, and does not apply to damages caused by typical wear and tear, unreasonable use, or neglect.
- Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 9.8 x 20.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
- ASIN: B0007QCO6A
- Item model number: TN89008
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 6, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Nothing noteworthy to complain about. This backpack has plenty of room for books, snacks, and he can even fit his heavy jacket in it.
Although it was expensive, I'd say it's worth it for it is durable and is of quality.
Unfortunately, no straps for carrying like a backpack, so I'm still strong-arming it up stairs when I don't want to take the elevator. The handle is quite long (I'm about 5'4"), so I don't recommend walking with it in congested areas where people are trying to text and walk (they've tripped). It probably looks a bit bizarre for an undergraduate to be carrying so many books, but this bag does make it possible. I absolutely recommend. This was an excellent investment, and I think it will be useful even when I'm finished with school.
Saves my back
all kinds of hair and gunk get stuck in the wheels from rolling it on streets.
The bag is not spacious. The placement of the bar that is connected to the pull-along handle is in the center of the bag. It feels hard and also reduces the stuff that can be in the bag. I feel that my regular backpacks of comparable size hold more stuff.
The computer pouch/sleeve is very tight and a 13 inch laptop sticks out on top.
Now the flaw - I thought it was an actual flaw in the construction until I realized that it was made exactly as it was designed. The biggest compartment liner isn't actually attached on the sides - it is connected by only 1 strip of velcro on the front edge - leaving the sides unattached. This may not sound like a big deal, but consider the number of small items that can slip under the lining and 'hide' between the lining and the bag itself (i.e. the wheel casing, the pull bar casing, etc). I'm trying to figure out a fix for this (more velcro? double sided tape?) - but it's also difficult to maneuver because that section of the bag does not open completely AND the lining itself seems too big for the space.
This is a major disappointment in a bag that (1)wasn't cheap and (2) is almost perfect in all other ways.