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Pad & Quill Field Bag review

on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Posted in: Bags, Reviews, Travel Gear

Pad & Quill have been creating handmade tech-accessories with old-world craftsmanship for many years now. Kari and Brian (Mr. and Mrs. PQ) pride themselves on not creating “cheap, mass produced crap” but incredibly well constructed items they would be proud to give their “discriminating” friends and family…and thankfully the rest of us as well. Recently, theyRead More…

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MIXBAG modular shoulder bag review

on Saturday, March 29th, 2014
Posted in: Bags, Reviews

Bags for this and bags for that. I have specialized bags and cases for almost all of my daily use items. The problem with all these bags and cases is that they lack versatility. While some have the ability to carry other item besides the items it was designed for, there is usually no easyRead More…

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WaterField Design Indy bag review

on Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

If you’ve been looking for a small shoulder bag which is roomy enough to carry your iPad or Android tablet along with a few other essentials, the WaterField Design Indy bag should tick all the necessary check boxes on most people’s shopping lists. ✔ Looks great ✔ Well made ✔ Not bulky ✔ Comfortable ✔ Room for accessories WaterField offers the IndyRead More…

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WaterField Designs Outback Tote Review

on Monday, September 17th, 2012
Posted in: Bags, Reviews

The Outback Tote from WaterField Designs is one of the newer offerings from this company who have long been known for their high quality gear bags and pouches. Designed to hold whatever you need to carry, this bag may look rugged, but it is really like a comfortable pair of jeans. Let’s take a closerRead More…

Oberon Design-Bold Celtic Tote Handbag

Oberon Design Bold Celtic Tote Handbag and Wallet Review

By: Tina Snell
on Sunday, June 17th, 2012
Posted in: Bags, Reviews, Wallets

The Gadgeteer has reviewed several items which are handcrafted by Oberon Design. When I was asked to review the Bold Celtic Tote Handbag and the matching Bold Celtic Women’s Bi-Fold Wallet, I was really excited to get the opportunity. You may remember the news item for the iPad cover with the Tree of Life pattern on it. I am a very happyRead More…

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Skooba Design Checkthrough Security Brief, Standard Review

By: James Goforth
on Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

I am a big fan of laptop/gear bags, and I’m always searching for a bag that not only will protect my equipment from everyday bumps, but also hold everything that I like to carry with me.  I was very happy when Julie was kind enough to assign me the Checkthrough Security Brief by Skooba Design.Read More…

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STM Vertical Medium Laptop Shoulder Bag Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Sunday, February 13th, 2011
Posted in: Gear, Reviews, Travel Gear

STM, an Australian company that makes very nice bags, has been featured here before. This time, I get to review one of their full-sized laptop bags- the medium-sized, vertical shoulder bag. It’s a great looking bag and I could not wait to try it out! When I look for a bag, I want something thatRead More…

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MobileEdge ScanFast Checkpoint Friendly Briefcase 2.0 Review

on Saturday, October 30th, 2010

When you are going through airport security, what’s the most important thing?  I mean, aside from making sure your socks don’t have holes in them, that is.  You want to get through it fast, right?  And it sure is a hassle having to remove your laptop from its bag and then put it back inRead More…

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Skooba Netbook Messenger Bag Review

By: Alisa Clark
on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

As soon as I opened the Skooba box I fell in love with the color of my bag! I know that sounds like a girl thing but let’s face it-I’m a girl! If you want something that sounds like a guy thing, how about my 80 year old father who said- “It has lots ofRead More…

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Olympia Multi-Purpose Waist Pack Review

By: Mark Rosengarten
on Sunday, January 10th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

As you all know, I have been searching for the ultimate gear bag for years.  I posted a glowing review of the Duluth Traders Fire Hose Field Bag just a few weeks ago, and that was the best bag I had seen.  I bought an Asus eeePC 900HA (one of the last available 9” netbooks)Read More…

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Saddleback Leather Company Pouch Review

on Sunday, November 8th, 2009
Posted in: Cases, Covers, Gear, Reviews

My reviews of Saddleback Leather Company bags have proved to be very popular on The Gadgeteer.com. Many of our readers who have gone on to purchase their products have written back to let us know that they have been more than happy with them. Today I wanted to do a quick review of one ofRead More…

Saddleback Leather Company Explorer’s Satchel Review

on Thursday, August 28th, 2008
Posted in: Bags, Gear, Reviews

Anyone else out there ever had a secret fantasy about wanting to be like Indiana Jones?
Come on, I can’t be the only one. I remember the original movie and falling in love with the
character. Traveling to exotic locations, searching for treasures, yeah, that’s me in a nutshell!
Ok, not quite… But I do live in Indiana and… ok, the similarity ends there. Or it did till now.
Now I am one step closer to fulfilling that fantasy because I have an Explorer’s Satchel from
Saddleback Leather Company.

Saddleback Leather Company Briefcase Review

on Friday, August 31st, 2007

I love leather gear bags. Not the froo-froo kind though. I’m talking about the more rugged style of leather bags. The kind that Indiana Jones might appreciate if he was a real person. The kind of bag that might be able to tell stories if it could talk. The kind of bag that isn’t made on an assembly line, but in a more personal setting. Bags from the Saddleback Leather Company of Texas fit this criteria and according to owner Dave Munson, these are the kind of bags that your grandkids will fight over when you’re dead. Sounds good enough to me, let’s take a closer look…