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Kensington 62348 Contour Roller Carrying Case
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- Kensington Edge: Body-hugging contour panel on carrying case and weight distribution system reduce shoulder fatigue by 35% when carrying.
- Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
- Telescoping handle provides lighter pulling weight due to a more upright carrying case position.
- Padded rear compartment and convenient pocket for on-the-go access to air tickets, etc.
- SnugFit(TM) sleeve suspends and wraps computer in snug protection
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Top Customer Reviews
The 'new' contour roller is a cheap knock off of the old bag. I'm so disappointed. The pictures are all of the old bag. First, the zipper tags are some cheap little metal tabs, unlike the originals that were a neat two piece tab. The material is different, to be blunt, it's cheap, coarse nylon. The older bag had a softer feel, and the use of a simulated leather in key places like around the top handles. The leather has been removed from the top of the bag. Several of the little interior pockets have been removed, these were great for little things like pen drives. The zipped laptop sleeve is no longer removable. The bag smells like 'China'. If you have ever been to China you know what I'm talking about. It has a 'tar/oil' smell. I can smell it now as the bag sits beneath my desk.
Kensington, what happened? This was probably the best rolling laptop bag on the market, now it is a cheap knock off of itself. Change it back and fire the clown that went cheap. I like your products, but feel 'ripped' over this one.
Update: I agree with other reviewers. I recently bought another one of these and the bag has changed. It is still a pretty good bag but not the top notch, virtually perfect bag that I originally bought in 2005 and still have (the above review). On the newer bag, which I bought for my wife, I added Zipquix zipper pulls to make up for the simple, small and slippery metal tabs they now use. I'm now looking on Ebay hoping to score an old style bag for a backup to mine, which is still holding up pretty darn well.
I'm not sure I would not recommend the new bag. It is still good, just not as good.Read more ›
I proudly owned this computer case since 2006.
Recently I bought a new case, the same model...
Unfortunately, circa 2010 it is a totally different carrying case.
1) Computer compartment size is smaller now.
Claimed Computer compartment 16.5"L X 13.0"H X 3.0"W
Actual Computer compartment 16.0"L X 11.5"H X 3.0"W
As end result, my 17'' notebook computer doesn't fit anymore.
2) What happened to a curvy telescopic handle?
New telescopic handle is made of cheaper aluminum than the original. Handle is no longer contoured (curvy), it is straight, and is very wobbly.
3) This rolling bag was perfect circa 2006. Now the quality is bad and the materials used are mind boggling.
4) Photos and Flash product tour show the original case as of 2006. The 2010 purchased case doesn't correspond them anymore.
I had a rolling case that I'd considered pretty decent, but the handles were not sturdy enough. So I began the search for another, eventually looking at well over a dozen. I kept coming back to the Contour Roller, which seemed to offer everything that my previous case had, plus improvements in durability and ease of carry.
It turns out that the Contour Roller is far superior to my previous notebook case. It's sturdier; the handles are much better, and more sturdily attached; it has a surfeit of pockets inside, including three in the back section for peripherals and addons like a webcam, mouse, and charger. There's a bottle pocket on the outside, and the handle is long enough for me to pull the case without it creeping up on my heels (I'm 5-11).
I'm a college professor, and need a case for my computer plus class materials (it's my normal workday "briefcase"). It handles that role extremely well. I needed something to organize class materials, whiteboard markers, pens, calculator, the normal detritus of someone who needs materials handy. This has so many inside pockets I don't even have them all filled.
I was concerned that my standard-sized laptop (14") would swim around in the case, which is advertised as being large enough for a 17" computer. It turns out my computer fits extremely well, but there's still room for a larger one.
I had wondered if the wheels, which are as wide as can be, would interfere with moving the case around. Not so, as it turns out.
This is a perfect case for me.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been looking for a computer case to put both my laptop (19 inch diagonally) and my surface in, that will fit in a small plane carry on compartment. This is it! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Diane
I had the original version of this bag, which served me well for almost 9 years. It had some problems, such as the shoulder strap anchor breaking after 3 years, but overall I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Matney
The bag itself is fine. The handle works but is wobbly. I still prefer it to a two pole handle. My plan is to one day upgrade the handle and wheels.Published 1 month ago by reallysimpletech
I wanted to love this, and I DO love the size and the design. But it just feels so flimsy that I would not dare travel with it for fear it would break half way through the trip. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Christensen
I had the earlier version and traveled with if frequently and used daily to and from work. The durability, comfort and functionality are outstanding. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul
As others have mentioned its a little lower quality than prior, but works just fine for my multi European trips. Even fits in those small hopper flights. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stew
I've been using this for about a month now - finally got all my goodies transferred from my previous (dying) bag. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John B. Brockmeyer
Handle too short. Seemed kinda cheaply made. I returned it.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Within weeks of using this, the strap started to fray. Big disappointment.Published 4 months ago by Lois