- 0.6" high
- 4" wide
- Dual density laptop sleeve with Safe Edge corner protection, and holds a 15" MacBook Pro(14.1" PC)
- Protective tablet pocket with soft interior lining and holds an iPad (10.1" tablet)
- Two-way access to laptop and tablet through top-loading compartment or side zipper
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From the manufacturer
Thule Paramount 29-Liter Daypack, Black
High-visibility interior details to help you easily locate accessories
Two-way access to laptop and tablet through top-loading compartment or side zipper
Safe for electronics
Dual-density laptop sleeve with secure flap closure and SafeEdge construction for superior corner protection
Great for commuters
Integrated daisy chain attachment system for carabiner or bike light
|External dimensions (H x L x D)||20.5" x 11.6" x 10"||19.5" x 11.8" x 12.6"||20.1" x 12.2" x 10.6"|
|Laptop compartment dimensions (H x L x D)||14.3" x 9.8" x 0.9"||14.3" x 9.8" x 0.9"||14.3" x 9.8" x 0.9"|
|Weight||2.16 lb||2.29 lb||2.38b|
|Capacity||1465 cu in||1648 cu in||1770 cu in|
|Manufacturer Warranty||25 Years||25 Years||25 Years|
Today's connected traveler needs more than the basics. The rugged Thule Paramount 29L flaptop daypack sports top-of-the-line protection for a laptop, tablet, phone and other modern-day accessories.
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 20.1 x 12.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07BWFMCQP
- Item model number: 3202036
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 17, 2009
- Average Customer Review:
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I bought this as a gift, and my bf loves it! It's a bit pricey for a backpack, but the quality is great. The side zip pocket is great for easy access to the lap top. There's enough room for his laptop, charger, a change of clothes, and other odds and ends. It's slim design makes it stylish and appropriate even for the city.
A few minor complaints:
1.) the D-shape of the top zipper makes it kind of difficult to put anything large and flat inside (like, say, a pack of 13x19 photo paper). I wish the top zipper was more vertical like a traditional backpack.
2. The side zipper for the laptop sleeve is just barely too small to use if your laptop is 15" and in a case. Anything else fits fine, but for me this means I can only put my computer in through the top. To be fair I've got an old-ish MBP and a bulky, cheap Amazon case.
Those are my only gripes—if this bag were 30L instead of 29L it'd be a dream, but I think for 99% of those who'd use it it's perfect.
1) the volume - while the spec sheet claims that it is 29L in volume, I can hardly use it. Paramaunt is very tight and if it’s fully packed, then you will have a hard time using all the pockets.
2) the robber bottom does pull my clothes up/out of pants. During 15 mins walk I’m pulling my jacket down 2-3 times - it’s annoying and doesn’t look good
3) laptop fit - I have multiple laptops. While 13-15 MacBooks fit perfectly, my Lenovo W520 doesn’t fit in well. I wish the laptop section had a bit more space.
If I have a choice - I will go with a different model. While it looks big and bulky outside - it doesn’t provide much needed space inside for your use.
Probably the biggest downside to this bag is similar to a lot of daypacks; it isn't made of water resistant or waterproof material. Other than a very light rain shower, this bag will take on water and, if exposed to enough rain, will eventually bleed through the fabric into the compartments. Again, it isn't any more or any less water resistant than the vast majority of day packs. But if it was, this would make this easily a 5 star product in my mind.
I like the fact that you can get to your laptop and main contents either from the top of the backpack or the side (it has side zippers for the laptop compartment and main compartment).
It has tons of pockets and can fit a ton of stuff. However it doesn't look bulky.
I don't like the bottom material too much. I'm guessing it's supposed to be durable and maybe water proof (in case you put your laptop on a puddle), but it doesn't look as nice as the nylon material of the rest of the backpack.
Anyway, this is now my commuter backpack (I switch from a Timbuk2 messenger bag) and I honestly love it.
The easy side access to the main compartment as well as the laptop compartment make it super easy to access things quickly, and make me feel like I'm still getting the benefit of having a messenger bag. My only complaint is that I wish I went with a slightly larger bag, and that the top opening is narrow, so it's not as easy to put wider items (like files) through it. However, the side access almost eliminates thats complaint.
Side note: I've never gotten more compliments on a bag, as I have this one.