MB 13.3" bags

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Paul Wright, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. Paul Wright macrumors regular

    Paul Wright

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    Hey :) i was jsut wondering if there are any decent MB 13.3" bags out there, i use a crumpler sleeve but i find it hard to get a case that will fit in most are designed for 12" 15.4" 17" ect. but it seems messenger bags are the only ones that are good for MB does anyone have any sites where they sell specially designed cases for MB, except Apple.com its a bit pricey for my budget and in Germany we have a store called 'Saturn' they seem to sell the MB but dont have any cases which it will fit into!
     
  2. valdore macrumors 65816

    valdore

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    I bought a really nice Swiss Army brand backpack bag at my nearest Apple store. It has a special space for storing and cushioning my macbook, plus it's big enough to carry books or a camera, or whatever else. I wasn't a cheap bag though, but it's a good bag, so far at least.

    Currently it gets used mostly by my cat, who sleeps on top of it.
     
  3. Paul Wright thread starter macrumors regular

    Paul Wright

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    :) nice, i think ive seen one :) yeah i have dedicated space (as eastpack say) in my backpack but im just a bit warey i like the cases u can carry but arnt all bags pricey in the apple store? i went in and was looking at bags priced €80-120 which is a bit pricey :)
     
  4. valdore macrumors 65816

    valdore

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    No question the bags are probably more expensive in the apple store. But for me it's worth it for being able to visually inspect the bag and look it over, and be sure what I'm buying before shelling out the cash. I used to have a kind of attache-case type bag, but it's hard to ride my bicycle and take my laptop with me using that kind of bag -- hence the convenience of the backpack. :)
     
  5. Paul Wright thread starter macrumors regular

    Paul Wright

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    Yeah i understand :) i understand with that you know its going to be quailty and i fully respect that but im tight fisted when it comes to bags and stuff :) backpacks are good i will see if mine actualyl fits in mine properly when i get it back from the apple store... may just put it in there now u mention it... put something in there to stop it moving aswell :)
     

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