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As an avid day tripper/hiker, I am constantly on the prowl for backpacks. Here is one backpack with an interesting backstory of Jake Starr, a firefighter.  Looking to supplement his income prior to the birth of his son, he taught himself to sew handmade goods hoping to sell his creations over the internet. At the… Read More

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Timbuk2 dominates my bag collection. These folks have a knack for continually developing new styles & innovating their designs while continuing to build rock-solid, comfortable carry pieces. The new Edge Collection continues that tradition with a focus on tough, weatherproof bags focused on getting you and your gear safely to your destination.  Made for the… Read More

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We get it. You don't like to be tethered to some workstation just to get through your daily workload. What if you could throw your office on your back, take your work with you and keep your mobile devices charged by harnessing the energy of that glowing ball of exploding gas in the sky? Enter… Read More

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Even though I’ve reviewed a few backpacks to hold my gadgets and stuff, this is the first bonafide suitcase I’ve reviewed. I don’t travel much for my job, but when my wife and I travel, our cheap carryons are nothing but a pain—and kinda embarrassing when seen at an airport. So when the very attractive ec-bc… Read More

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I was introduced to Colonel Littleton products by Dave Rees who has reviewed a few of the men's line of exquisite handcrafted leather bags here on the Gadgeteer. I had the opportunity last year to review the Colonel Littleton Bentley Tote which was absolutely fabulous. Now I've been given the privilege to review another of… Read More

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Are you a fan of HBO's Westworld? I was able to watch part of the first season during a free HBO weekend on DirecTV and thought it was a fun sci-fi series. I love the old west meets futuristic high-tech theme and the new Maverick leather messenger bag from Waterfield looks like it could fit… Read More

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Colonel Littleton creates some of the finest bags I have ever had the privilege to carry my gear in. My 1943 Navigator bag has traveled the world with me and continues to be my EDC bag. It is a true workhorse and nearly bulletproof, receiving regular compliments as it grows old with me. But when the… Read More

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As a home educator, sometimes I have to teach while out and about. During such times, I carry my teaching materials with me in a backpack. Some inexpensive backpacks don't last very long while other more expensive backpacks last longer. One thing seems to be true of most of them - they all tend to… Read More

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My family and I really enjoy traveling. Whether it's a day trip or a week-long adventure, there are few things better than a little getaway. As a family of tech enthusiasts, everyone has their favorite gadget(s) they want to bring on a trip. Most of the time, we need immediate access to our gadgets and… Read More

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When it comes to backpacks, you can never have too many, right?  Especially if you are a student, or a frequent traveler, or a wandering nomad.  Brevite makes a line of bags that are designed especially for folks who regularly carry photography equipment, but I find that their bags are great for just about anyone… Read More

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One year ago I posted my review of Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag. Although I liked the bag, I didn't make it my main bag until March of this year. Since then it has become my favorite gear bag that I carry every day. Peak Design followed up their successful Everyday Messenger Bag Kickstarter campaign… Read More

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The new MacBooks will be available soon, so it's time to shop for a bag to protect them when you're going from place to place. WaterField's newest bag for the MacBook is the Syde. The Syde MacBook Case features a sleeve for the MacBook and another leather pocket that is attached to the syde (side)… Read More

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KNOMO has a series of RFID-blocking bags to protect your personal information as you tote your gear.  The series includes bags of leather and/or fabrics in backpack, brief bag, tote bag, or clutch styles.  The bags are available in styles suited for women or men and in sizes to accommodate minimal gear to everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink gear… Read More

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It has been awhile since I've had the opportunity to review anything from Pad & Quill. They have recently released a new line of minimalistic bags engineered to carry your MacBook and a bit of EDC gear in old world style. For this review, I'll be reviewing the Valet Luxury Laptop Bag for MacBook 12, an… Read More

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Invisible zippers. That’s what initially struck me when I first saw the new Waterfield Designs Bolt Backpack. When I unpacked and inspected it, I couldn’t find the zippers. Only when I noticed the leather zipper pulls, did I see how ingenious the disappearing zippers are. It’s really cool. But that’s not the only cool thing… Read More

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