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Booq Bags Europe Mamba Pack, Black Fits 13-17 Mac, 14/15 Pc

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  • Durable exterior fabric with water-repellant coating
  • High-quality YKK exterior zippers
  • Adjust laptop compartment size to fit your MacBook or PC laptop with two removable padded inserts
  • Side pockets for phone or music playe
  • Intelligent interior pocket layout
  • Removable accessory pouch
  • Limited 5-year Warranty
  • This bag carries a unique ID number. Once registered, booq’s Terralinq™ Service may help you find your lost bag.
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Technical Details
BrandBooq Bags Europe
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions49 x 41.4 x 17.8 cm
Item model numberMPK-BLK
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 392,349 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First Available1 Oct 2007

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Mamba Pack has everything you need in a laptop backpack, from a sleek and sporty water-repelling exterior to high-density foam laptop protection, this casual, comfortable, and lightweight pack has room for everything. With roomy, easy-access side pockets, a variety of mesh pockets and zippered compartments for items large and small, and a zippered accessory pouch for cables, you'll have a place for all your important items. Padded foam inserts allow you to create the best fit for your laptop, while bold colors show off your creative side.

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  • Mamba Pack - Black

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    Im using it almost a year now and it still looks like new. I had it on several business and vacation trips. I can pack all my gadget stuff (eeepc, ext. hdd, ipod touch + battery, camera + grillapod) and some clothes and snacks. It is water-repellant, has cushions for your laptop, pockets for everything you could think of and its stylish looking (black with hints of red). Get it when its available. Oh and normally im not the person dropping so much money for something like that but it was totally worth it.
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    By M. Bonnin on 14 Oct 2010
    This bag is really well made. It holds my macbook pro perfectly. The only downside is that it's a bit too heavy and bulky. Considering that the macbook pro 13 is a bit heavy, making this bag a lighter would have made it perfect for it (hence the 4 stars). It actually looks like one of the bags that most bikers (motorcycle) use. Nonetheless, it gives the needed protection for the laptop. It's got a lot of space (even with the laptop inside) so you can actually fit quite a lot of books or other stuff.
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    nice bag, disappointing shoulder straps 18 Feb 2009
    By Professor X - Published on
    I bought this after owning a booq shoulder bag, which is very nice. The mamba pack is sizable, bigger than the raw dimensions seem to indicate. It can carry a hefty load, without getting bulky, due to its contoured shaping. For such a nicely build storage compartment, the shoulder straps are a disaster. They are flimsy cloth straps, with a thin filament of stuffing material proving the underlying structure. In one strap, the stuffing material is not stitched properly, and routinely twists inside the cloth casing. The stitching at the top of the straps, connecting them to the pack-proper, also seem weak, ready to tear if I really stuff the pack to its full potential. At one review site, I read this indeed happened to one customer.

    I recommend the Arcteryx Blade series packs over this product. They are outstanding.
    Functionality and accessibility of a "station wagon" in the backpack world 16 Nov 2009
    By Ryuji Suzuki - Published on
    BACKGROUND of the reviewer: I use backpacks extensively, as I work at multiple sites, and carry a laptop, some electronics, tea, etc. The weight of my bags are heavy enough to make shoulder bags out of question but not heavy enough to bother with rolling cases. Most of the time, I don't carry that much, as I learned to minimize stuff, but there are certain things I always carry for efficiency, and I also like to have spare rooms for unexpected items I pick up on the way.

    The FEEL of the bag: This bag looks a bit big if you look at it, but I don't feel the size when I wear it, or use it and travel in cities by public transportation. About the only thing I experienced is when walking fast on a crowded street. When I pass people significantly shorter than me, this bag apparently annoys them without me even noticing anything. The padding is just right amount and a good trade-off between comfort, protection and non-storage bulk volume. I called this bag "station wagon" of backpack world because, there is ample space and every cubic inch of space is usable and easily accessible. Other backpacks I own may have equivalent amounts of "theoretical" capacity but this backpack is by far the easiest one to make full use of the capacity. Think of a trunk of a sedan for other backpacks.

    This bag is extremely functional. The design is well thought out, except for a few details. Many of the problems I had with other backpacks are solved in this one. One particular point is that, this bag is designed to prevent anything from dropping when you open the front flap or any other pocket, despite how wide the front flap opens to gain easy and complete access to the main compartment.

    This bag is well made, except I have moderate concern about the strength of the connection between the straps and the bag.

    There are a couple of minor problems I found. Some "pockets" inside the main compartment are not pockets, as they are not closed at the bottom. I am not sure about the utility of such things. I also don't think that the design of the side pockets are optimal. Who's going to put many credit cards (or membership cards) in backpack, as in the product description photo? I would rather carry a toothbrush and some everyday medications than an excessive amount of plastics.
    Burning with rage at this bag 12 Jun 2010
    By A. Cruz - Published on
    The reviews I have read about this bag do not underscore the frailty of this bag nearly enough. I wish they did because I relied on those reviews and have regretted spending money on this bag ever since.

    A shoulder strap has become tangled, the zipper has stabbed me underneath my fingernail multiple times, the bag is frayed in multiple locations. Shoddy construction all around. If I were a third party reading this review, I might presume that the person who wrote it has abused the bag in some way, and that may very well be true. However, I have owned two Crumpler bags prior to this, and used one of them for five years (Wonder Weenie). The construction of the Wonder Weenie is still solid, aside from accidental damage (a rabbit chewing on the rubber zipper, a plastic part getting closed in a car door). The Wonder Weenie came with me to school, on planes, to clubs and to crowded concerts. I have owned the Mamba for eight months, and it looks worse than either of my Crumplers.

    On the upside, the Mamba has a lot of room, but who cares when it's a failure in every other way? The bag is very attractive for a short time before its shoddiness overwhelms its aesthetic value. I will never buy anything from Booq again. I know that their attractive designs are optimized for the web, not for real world performance.
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