Skooba Photo/Tablet Bag and MacBook/Mini Laptop Satchel
The Photo/Tablet Traveler V.3 is a compact carrying solution for the growing number of people using a DSLR/tablet combination as a portable “digital studio.” A fully-padded main compartment holds camera with mounted lens from 28-70mm, with room for a flash or smaller additional lens. This center section also holds and protects a tablet in its own padded and covered pocket. A moveable/removable padded divider separates contents, or can serve as extra padding when laid on the bottom of the bag. The main flap opens away from the wearer for fast, unobstructed, “grab and shoot” access. Other features include large side pockets for external hard drive, extra batteries, and other accessories, and a unique, built-in cable organizer to keep cords and adapters neatly coiled and readily accessible.
Shipping soon after the photo bag, the Satchel V.3 Mini arrives just in time for Apple’s new 13” Macbook and many other laptops in the growing ultraportable category. The bag is feather-light and compact, yet deceptively spacious, boasting more than 16 pockets, including fully-padded compartments for phone, audio and other portable devices. The dedicated, instant-access, padded laptop compartment features Skooba’s exclusive Bumper Bar™ system for additional protection and air circulation. Among many other features is Skooba’s patented Superbungee™ strap, with a shock-absorbing suspension coil, contoured shoulder pad, and slip-resistant surface.
All V.3 Collection bags are made of water- and stain-resistant Micro Ballistic Nylon, a material that provides an optimal combination of strength and durability, water resistance, and light weight, with the look, feel and quality of fine luggage.
The Photo/Tablet Traveler begins shipping in early November at a suggested retail price of $99.95, and the Skooba Satchel Mini, available in late November, can be pre-ordered now at $159.95 MSRP. Visit www.skoobadesign.com.
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