Timbuk2 2012 Update

I know there’s a few Timbuk2 fanatics out there in Gadgeteer land, so here’s a quick update of some of the more gadget worthy additions to the Timbuk2 range just released.

The revised  D-Lux Laptop Messenger Bondage 2012 has been upgraded  with their new crater superior foam protection with twice the ventiliation. They’ve also introduced a single panel front compared with their “traditional” 3 panel design. Personally I think the grey/red above looks pretty swish :)

Starting from $119  (See more bags after the jump.)

The  updated  2012 Command Messenger also has the new crater notebook compartment and now sports an external drink bottle holder. The Command is TSA approved and has two compartments that can be folded out for X-Ray machines without removing your notebook or tablet.

Starting from $129

Is it a briefcase, is it a messenger, is it a backpack? The Ram Backpack can be all 3 giving you the versatility to carry how you want. The Ram comes with  three separate compartments including a separate protective  tricot notebook compartment.
Starting from $135
For the more active Gadgeteers out there, the Race Duffel includes enough pockets to store away whatever you need to.  The left side has a mesh pocket for those smelly, stinky clothes to air, the right, a TPU lined compartment to keep the dirties away from your cleans and a large central compartment lined with TPU.  The Race Duffel can be used as a duffel or as a backpack for versatile carrying.
Starting from $125
Finally the Sneak Camera Bag allows you to carry just your camera either inside another bag or with the removable strap as a standalone bag. With a front pocket for additional batteries or filters and an internal pocket for additional SD cards, the Sneak is a minimalist DSLR carry bag.
Priced at $45
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  • Byron February 17, 2012, 9:41 am

    Timbuk2 products are Fantastic, I have several of them.
    HOWEVER, my experience with their customer service is not at all good.
    I needed a piece of strap to extend my messenger bag so it would hang at the right point. on two different occasions their reps promised to send a 24 inch piece to fix the problem, never got the
    strap piece, just promises to send it, that was six months ago.
    I got tired of emailing so I just cut the strap off an older bag that I was not using and fixed the problem, the colors don’t match, and it looks stupid, but it works.

    I’m not saying I would not buy their products again, I just would not depend on their customer service.

    Byron

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