ThinkGeek has the perfect bag for your next Comic-con


Last week Bob told us about a bag from ThinkGeek called The Bag of Holding. Today I want to tell you about another Bag of Holding from ThinkGeek. This time it’s a bag that’s been designed especially to survive a convention. The Con-Survival Edition of the Bag of Holding has several cool features that will help you enjoy your next Comic-Con.

The polyester bag has an adjustable shoulder strap and a grab handle and it has a large area where you can stick patches. Bonus: visit a ThinkGeek booth with the bag and they’ll give you a con-specific patch!

The Con-Survival Edition of the Bag of Holding also has a zippered see-through tablet holder that opens with a handsfree hinge so you can use the tablet without holding on to it.

The bag also features a water bottle holder one one side and a poster holder on the opposite side.

Thanks to Joe Porletto who told me about this bag. He ordered one for his next convention after just attending Pax East. I told them that I’ve never attended a Comic Con and have been thinking about going to the one in Indy a few weeks from now. He convinced me that I should definitely go.

The The Con-Survival Edition bag is priced at $34.99. Visit ThinkGeek to order one.

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  • Cache March 27, 2017, 10:02 pm

    It looks–on the surface–to be similar to the Hazard 4 Kato, slimmed down a bit and made more colorful. Given that I need to tote around enough water for myself, and my daughter at any given time, I can’t go smaller than a 32-ounce water bottle (usually a camelbak), and I just don’t think it would fit well in that tiny water carrier. Still, it’s a good attempt at a lower-cost, simplified bag.

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