Cabin Max Laptop Backpack


Cabin max laptop bag

 

The Cabin Max Laptop Backpack is another product which was developed fromĀ  my own travel needs. Having to travel around quite a bit with my laptop I needed something I could use everyday, that was smaller than the Cabin Max flight bag but still big enough to get more than my laptop in. We therefore made a padded section inside the bag to keep your laptop cocooned and then made the material rain proof. (see video) . Making it rain proof also helps to make it appealing to photographers . SIZE 43cm x 34cm x 20cm = 30 litres.

 

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4 comments on “Cabin Max Laptop Backpack

  1. Mick Rutherford on said:

    Hi there!
    I’m looking for a rucksack just like this, but before I buy from Amazon, can you tell me if it’ll handle a Dell Precision M6500 laptop?

    It’s a bit of a beast at Width: 15.4″/393mm x Depth: 11.0″/280.5mm x Height: 1.35″/34.5mm

    I’m looking to buy today for a trip next week if it’s suitable for my needs.

    Thanks,

    Mick.

  2. Chris on said:

    I’ve bought the CabinMax Backpack. It’s an excellent piece of kit, well made, durable and as I fly Ryanair very regularly it’s allowed me transport the maximum luggage within their specification. The bag is well designed and I can see you have provided the two draw straps either side in an effort to hold and evenly distribute luggage as it will always try and find it’s way to the bottom of the bag. The front and second sections fold out really well for access and I have a suggestion to improve these sections. Whilst I appreciate cost is always an issue, small items placed in the pockets of the section tend to easily fold out. I’ve bought some double sider velcro for these pockets which does help to hold things in place. It works for me and I thought I’d suggest it.
    Thanks again for a great product.

    • mbarwise on said:

      Hi Chris, Thanks for your comments, we are always looking to improve the product, and customer feedback and small improvements like this make all the difference.

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