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- 100% Ballistic Nylon
- 30" shoulder drop
- 12" high
- 11" wide
- Front zip pockets, back zip pocket, top carry handle
- Removable, adjustable shoulder strap
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The interior of this slim brief has a separate section for your laptop or files. Also inside are plenty of organizer pockets for tech and business accessories. The three front pockets are ideal for items you need to access easily
- Product Dimensions: 3 x 15.9 x 12 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
- ASIN: B00M3TIZCG
- Item model number: 22611
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 10, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
The inside is roomy for ultrabook laptop, ipad, clipboard and about 4-7 file folders brimming with papers. Add space for business cards, post-it notes, pens (only two pens though).
Definitely something that I would purchase again and recommend to others.
Let me start by saying I'm a Briggs & Riley (B&R) fan. I have one of their rolling computer cases, and use their Compact Digital Case, with its iPad compartment, as my "man-bag." So when I got a new, slim (0.86 inches thick) laptop, I naturally ordered a B&R case for it. None of the 15-inch cases B&R designates as "thin" accommodated the 14.8-inch screen, so I ordered the most elegant of the bags that DID fit: the Move Business Case. It's a nice enough bag, but I could tell as soon as I saw it that it was too bulky.
So I did a LOT of research, on Amazon and elsewhere, and that research led to Tumi. I was familiar with the company because I'd been in their stores and my partner has one of their bags. I knew they had a reputation for quality, but I'd never thought of their products as refined. In fact, "refinement" wasn't one of my criteria; I just wanted something as attractive as the computer inside—something with a little flair.
B&R quality is fantastic. I got my rolling computer case in 2007 or '08, and it still looks new. But B&R computer bags look a bit like very well-made versions of the bag your employer provides with your work laptop—the ones Dell sells for $30. The details on the Tumi put it in a different class.
The main compartment is divided into three pockets extending the width of the bag: one for the laptop, a middle one for magazines, file folders, etc. And a third one with a separator that self-latches lightly with a magnet. You could use that for an iPad, cables, etc. One of the separators has pockets for pens and so on. The outside has three narrow pockets. I use one for my phone, one for glasses, and one for whatever.Read more ›
I do wish it had an expansion zipper to handle a few more files, but it is not a deal breaker.
Great price too for a Tumi.
I use my Tumi backpack if I am hauling a lot of items from the office and back, but this fits the bill to meetings and just a few papers. This should last me a lifetime.
Not too small, not too big. The front pockets fit my sunglasses case.
Not happy... Two stars until I see if they can make this right.
Original review is below
Great quality. I wish the top had a horizontal stiffener in it... other than that; no complaints... Look like it will last a long time.... but I'd buy it again,
Most Recent Customer Reviews
what more to say, proven quality
no insulation for notebooks though.
Still well made bag.
A little heavier than expected, but is perfect for my small laptop and couple other stuff. This one is a keeper. Too bad TUMI decided to discontinue this...Published 13 months ago by Sangyong Kim
A present for my son who thoroughly loves it. He admires it as a product extremely well made, and functional in design and use.Published 15 months ago by come play with power