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- 11" wide
- Durable nylon fabric. Perfect for travel
- 4 CD pockets
- 1 Removable pouch for the Kinect Camera
- 2 Built-in straps to secure the Xbox 360 Slim / Xbox 360 E
- 2 Externa and 2 internal pouches for accessories
- Made in China
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- Product Dimensions: 6 x 12 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B005DJS9PG
- Item model number: KIN-SMFB
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 20, 2011
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
* It's super fitting - The console, power brick, cables, etc fit "just right". There's no wasted space, which makes for a shockingly small bag.
* No 360 logo - This bag is clean and free of any logos, no "steal me, there's an xbox in here" sign plastered on the side of the case.
* Cheap - For under $30, this seemed like a steal.
* Already breaking - I've had this bag for a total of two days, and the "leather" around the strap hook is already ripped. Now, there is a nylon (or like) strip within the leather piece, and a bolt, so I'm hoping the leather bit is more for show rather than a vital piece of the construction.
* Feels cheap - The strap hooks are very thin metal, the leather is thin, the shoulder strap is not the least bit comfortable, I'm already seeing stress marks around the handles.
Overall it seems like the manufacturers were trying very hard to make a quality case at a super cheap price, but I wish they charged $10 extra and loaded it with higher quality materials / thicker metal for the strap and hooks. I'm going to order a new shoulder strap from Tom Bihn, and hope the hook connections hold. If not, I'll update this review.
So, if you're looking for a 360 bag, this -might- be one to check out. Just be aware you'll likely see some wear on the bag very quickly.
This case is extremely durable. Even better, it is extremely useful when going through Airport Security. I have never had such ease with Airport Security and my XBox until using this case.
I would HIGHLY recommend this particular case to anyone who travels and takes their XBox 360 with them.
6' HDMI Cable
4 Games (in the sleeves)
1 Controller (with wireless headphone adapter)
Turtle Beach XP400 Wireless Headphones
XP400 Wireless Adapter
All this, and I still have some wiggle room. If you still use your 360, get this. You'll want it.
It does it's job with minor flaws. 7/10.
The console fits nicely in the velcro straps and does not move at all when both are taught. The pull out pouch was designed for the Kinect, but I use it to hold the power adapter and rechargeable AA batteries instead.
The fabric made to hold game discs feels rough to the touch. I did not want to risk my game discs sliding on that material. I stick to my 50 disc leather disc folio instead. The pouch for the Kinect/power adapter fits in this area anyways.
The large pouches are designed to hold controllers, but I don't use them and can fit 3 Xbox controllers on the top part of the case without any issues.
The large pouch on the outside front of the bag holds my AA battery charger and the Amazon Basics HDMI cable. This pouch can hold more, but this is all I store in there.
The bag comes with a shoulder strap that I never use. I left it detached and carry it by hand. This also eliminates the risk of ripping the bag from it getting caught on something.
Overall, an amazing $20 carrying case for the Xbox. I have been using it for months and it is holding up great! Highly recommended for the traveling gamer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have an Xbox 360 E Gears of War Edition that fit perfectly. A great coffin for my old xbox that can now be stored easily.Published 20 days ago by Jossie
The concept itself is perfect, the size for the console is precise, the bag for kinect excelent fit, front bags enough space for cables, here comes the buts...... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edgard Martinez
This bag is wonderful! Everything fits in nicely and allows you to easily transport the Xbox wherever you might go.Published 2 months ago by Scott Dings