Post your EDC Bag / Backpack and contents - 'Photo' Thread

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  1. entatlrg, Jul 24, 2013
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2013

    entatlrg macrumors 68040

    entatlrg

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    Location:
    Waterloo & Georgian Bay, Canada
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    For those who carry a bag or backpack everyday, post a picture of your bag, the brand, and what you carry in it!

    My everyday carry bag is a Tom Bihn Synapse 19 backpack.

    Inside:
    11" Air or 13" rMBP
    ipad 4
    paper notebook / pen
    wallet
    keys
    cables/adapters

    ... try to keep what I carry to a minimum.

    Still looking for that 'ultimate' backpack, for me that would be high end in leather or quality nylon, medium / small in size with laptop compartment, functional pockets, lightweight minimal in appearance - hard to find.
     

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  2. b06tmm macrumors regular

    b06tmm

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    Location:
    South Louisiana
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    Swiss Army Backpack

    This was my every day work bag and what I carried in it.

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  3. jdechko macrumors 68040

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    EDC is a Coach Messenger bag (bought it on clearance so it was really cheap)

    2013 11" MBA i5/4/128
    Tom Bihn Horizontal Cache
    Shure SE110 w/ Triple Flange
    Cheap sunglasses
    Car Key with 16GB Cruzer Blade
    Logitech Marathon Mouse

    Pen & Paper
    Moleskine grid
    Pigma Micron 01, 03, 05, 08, Pilot G2 (Black) 0.38, Pilot G2 (red) 0.5, Pentel 0.5 Drafting Pencil

    Accessories
    Apple Screen cleaning cloth
    MDP-VGA
    MDP-DVI
    TB-Ethernet
    Small white thing is Magsafe2 converter
    iPhone wall adapter
    Blue Lexar 8GB USB Flash drive
    Black Sandisk 4GB Cruzer (ML recovery, Apps & encrypted Dropbox "seed")
    Dock connector cable
    Ear Pods
    All stored in black Thirty-One pencil pouch (my wife does direct sales)

    Attached pictures show everything's home in the bag with the exception of the MBA A/C adapter which was plugged in. But it normally rests in the small open pocket next to the Shures.

    Not sure if you like messenger bags, but I really like this one. It's a high quality nylon (also water resistant - a must in Seattle), and has some nice dark leather accents. Plenty of space, as you can see. I still have a lot of room left over if I want. (Just checked and I can fit a 15" MBP in there too along with the 11")
     

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