Unboxing: Tom Bihn Smart Alec, Brain Cell & Freudian Slip (Updated with Reviews)

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  1. thegoldenmackid macrumors 604

    thegoldenmackid

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    Update X2
    Review of Tom Bihn Smart Alec, here.
    Review of Tom Bihn Brain Cell, here.

    Hello All,

    Today are some brief pictures of Tom Bihn's Smart Alec (Black on Black), Freudian Slip & Brain Cell (Horizontal, Size 1).

    Review to come, as well as a comparison against the Booq Python Pro.

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    I got to tell you - reading your Title I thought you were speaking a different language. Ha. :p

    Thank goodness for the pictures.

    Looks like a cool bag.
     
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    Man I can't wait to read your views and its comparison with the Booq bag. I recently got a Booq Bag Boa M case (the messenger style) and I have really been thinking about a backpack now and Tom Bihn's been coming in frequently in my mind! So I can't wait to see what you say.

    Right now I'm aiming for a vertical case and either a Brain Bag or a Smart Alec, just don't know which one I like!
     
  4. thegoldenmackid thread starter macrumors 604

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    Review of Brain Cell, here. Comparison to Incase Neoprene Sleeve, ColcaSac & Booq Python.

    As always, be happy to answer any questions, review of other things coming in the next few days.
     
  5. thegoldenmackid thread starter macrumors 604

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    Review of Smart Alec, here. Comparison to Booq's Python Pack with limited pictures. I might upload a gallery.
     

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