Minggu, 20 Maret 2011

A Great Bag For Some, But Not For Everyone

Nail Polish review Case Logic FLXM 102 Reflexion Anthracite

Case Logic FLXM 102 Reflexion Anthracite

Note:
This bag has broader uses than it is ostensibly designed for.

Like most air travelers, I do not feel secure with packing my electronic gear in a piece of checked luggage. Over the years, the things I generally bring along on trips and vacations has grown a bit as have the number of their accessories. Proportionately, the need for a larger and larger was to carry them on a plane with has grown to the point where I have been using a rather substantial back-pack to perform this function. That backpack held everything but not in a cleanly packed way and was difficult for me, as a 66 year old fellow, to put on and off. I didn't think much about alternatives until trying this Medium Cross Body Bag from Case Logic.

This case is firmly and well insulated and carries, most easily, as a shoulder bag (though it also sports a top-handle briefcase-style handle. The main compartment is designed to contain a separate DLS pouch that contains the camera as well as two extended lenses. The camera pouch takes up about � of the main compartment. This leaves plenty of room for a camcorder, a smaller digital camera and even a pair of binoculars. There is an open slot/pouch within the main compartment that comfortably holds an iPad (or any other tablet up to 12" wide.)

The outside of the bag has three additional zippered compartments, one with three inner pouches of its own, allowing for plenty of space for cables, batteries, chargers and other accessories. There are also two external mesh side pockets for quick access small needs (lens cleaner, cell phone, commonly used filters, etc.) For a case of its size, it's thoughtful design accommodates a great deal of equipment that its simple external appearance would suggest.

To my delight, it takes up about half the space in the overhead than the backpack did, is far easier to carry around and provides firmer protection for my valuable gear.

At times, I travel with a non-DSL digital camera. This one fits in its own case within this Case Logic Cross Body Bag and creates the space for even more things - a second iPad, a small Bluetooth speaker for the iPhone/iPad, a small folding tri-pod and a second set of binoculars. Just because a case is designed for one specific set of purposes, its use is not contained by the intent or by the advertising.

Solidly built of first class materials (no loose threads or imperfect seams to be found) and with what feels like just the right amount of insulation and protective cushioning, this Case Logic bag really does the trick for me. It is NOT inexpensive - but, as most of us have come to realize, there are times when we actually do get what we pay for. I recommend it to anyone with needs similar to my own.

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3 komentar:

  1. Sherrie Dickson21 November 2010 13.32

    This is one Very Well Made Bag to carry my camera and all the stuff that goes with it.

    I LOVE the cinch-top pod the carries my Sony Nex-5 along with the 2 lenses I have for it and the pod keeps them so safe, nestled in the messenger bag.

    There are plenty of pockets to hold to my filters, batteries, chargers and all the other items I need on the go with my camera.

    The Beautiful bag comes with a 25 year quality guarantee and it's no joke. I have cassette cases made by Case Logic that are 40+ years old and they still look great and keep those old cassettes perfect still!

    What it comes down to is quality and Case Logic is all that, well made and built to last and keep your stuff safe.

    Perfection in Gray = Quality

    BalasHapus
  2. Note:
    This bag has broader uses than it is ostensibly designed for.

    Like most air travelers, I do not feel secure with packing my electronic gear in a piece of checked luggage. Over the years, the things I generally bring along on trips and vacations has grown a bit as have the number of their accessories. Proportionately, the need for a larger and larger was to carry them on a plane with has grown to the point where I have been using a rather substantial back-pack to perform this function. That backpack held everything but not in a cleanly packed way and was difficult for me, as a 66 year old fellow, to put on and off. I didn't think much about alternatives until trying this Medium Cross Body Bag from Case Logic.

    This case is firmly and well insulated and carries, most easily, as a shoulder bag (though it also sports a top-handle briefcase-style handle. The main compartment is designed to contain a separate DLS pouch that contains the camera as well as two extended lenses. The camera pouch takes up about � of the main compartment. This leaves plenty of room for a camcorder, a smaller digital camera and even a pair of binoculars. There is an open slot/pouch within the main compartment that comfortably holds an iPad (or any other tablet up to 12" wide.)

    The outside of the bag has three additional zippered compartments, one with three inner pouches of its own, allowing for plenty of space for cables, batteries, chargers and other accessories. There are also two external mesh side pockets for quick access small needs (lens cleaner, cell phone, commonly used filters, etc.) For a case of its size, it's thoughtful design accommodates a great deal of equipment that its simple external appearance would suggest.

    To my delight, it takes up about half the space in the overhead than the backpack did, is far easier to carry around and provides firmer protection for my valuable gear.

    At times, I travel with a non-DSL digital camera. This one fits in its own case within this Case Logic Cross Body Bag and creates the space for even more things - a second iPad, a small Bluetooth speaker for the iPhone/iPad, a small folding tri-pod and a second set of binoculars. Just because a case is designed for one specific set of purposes, its use is not contained by the intent or by the advertising.

    Solidly built of first class materials (no loose threads or imperfect seams to be found) and with what feels like just the right amount of insulation and protective cushioning, this Case Logic bag really does the trick for me. It is NOT inexpensive - but, as most of us have come to realize, there are times when we actually do get what we pay for. I recommend it to anyone with needs similar to my own.

    BalasHapus