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Hazard4 Men's Kato iPad/Tablet Case Atacs Mini Messenger Bag - Black, 31 cm

by Hazard 4

Price: 109.95
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  • Fast-grab padded/quilted tablet pocket on bac
  • padded panel in main bay fits MacBook 11"
  • unique 3-d flap-pocket for fast access on the run
  • large velcro panel for i.d.'s, logos, etc. on the front
  • modular MOLLE web field can double capacity

Product Description

Product Description

As the suddenly ubiquitous tablet-computers such as the iPad®, are taken into extreme environments and increasingly integrated into professional duties, a new format of rugged, organized carry-bag needed to be created. Part of our Sidekick™ collection of small, nimble, modular bags, the Kato™ is our tablet-carry solution. Its size and layout were specifically designed around the tablet and netbook computer. Its fast-access, padded, and quilted back-pocket cradles your tablet while the other compartments allow you to store various essential gear, which no mere sport/business bag offers. So whether you are a soldier deployed overseas writing e-mails home, a pro field-photographer reviewing photos, or a busy blogger reporting from a chaotic concert, you will understand the appeal of this product.

Product Description

Additional features:
- One main padded compartment
- Main compartment with two sleeve side pockets and two-way zip closure
- Access to the main compartment is also possible through a unique two-way flap zipper with pull tabs
- Flap also comes with outer pocket with two-way locking capable zipper sliders, sleeve compartment with Velcro, two inner Velcro strips and Nylon loop
- Flap conceals the gear mounted on the MOLLE
- Modular 4x4 MOLLE under the flap for attaching additional accessories
- Admin pocket under the flat with two-way zip closure, multiple sleeve pockets (one large transparent with Velcro closure) and nylon straps that opens to 90 degree angle
- Back of the pouch with Velcro strap attachment point
- Large side pouch with two-way zip closure, inner sleeve pocket, Nylon accessory loop, 1x4 MOLLE straps and drainage holes
- Side flat pocket with MOLLE
- Shoulder strap with carabiners, MOLLE straps and buckled 1" stabilizer
- Can be worn as a 3-point chest-pack
- With strap removed serves as a large first-aid kit
- Multiple MOLLE attachment points
- Flap pocket Velcro fits optional Hazard 4 modular holster
- Back belt strap holds bag down when drawing gun
- Main compartment inner side sleeve pockets fit pistol or rifle magazines
- Side and front MOLLE areas can fit multiple mag pouches
- Shoulder strap can fit pouches
- Internal divider can hold pistol magazines
- PU x2 water repellent coated for superior water resistance
- Main compartment: 12.1"x9"x3.1" (31x23x8cm)
- Back compartment: 12"x9"x0.75" (30.5x23x2cm)
- Material: DuPont 500D Cordura
- Weight: 1030g
- Manufacturer's number: MSG-KTO-ATS

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
  • Item model number: MSG-KTO-ATS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Jan 2013
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,493 in Luggage (See Top 100 in Luggage)
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  27 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fits iPad with Otterbox defender 17 April 2013
By David - Published on Amazon.com
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In case anyone was wondering, this bag fits the iPad with Otterbox defender case on it. It is a snug fit at the back waterproof compartment but no problems taking it in and out, and easily fits in the middle compartment. It also fits in the front admin clear panel and can still use the touchscreen. The middle compartment can also fit 2x 1L Nalgene bottles with room to spare, in addition to the iPad in the back compartment and you still have the admin area to put all your goodies. However, it does not fit an A4 sized paper (which is not an issue for me).

Construction is great as is usual for Hazard 4 products.

Overall: Fantastic bag to tote around.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best bag for everyday tablet and conceal carry 16 Sep 2013
By P. Hoppes - Published on Amazon.com
Let me tell you a little something about this bag....It's a dream come true. I was always on the look out for a bag that would meet my daily needs and tried all types and sizes. I FOUND THE BAG OF MY DREAMS♥. Place for Ipad (check) Place for phone (check) (but better plan down below) Place for bottled drink (check) Place for pens, pencils and other must haves (check) Place for large wallet (check) Place for "JUDGE" (if you have to ask you don't understand) (check). This bag was well designed. I've add a few changes to the way the bag came to me for better feel and function. Like a Tom Bihn shoulder strap "The Absolute Shoulder Strap combines a nonslip, ergonomically curved pad -- made of soft, durable neoprene -- with comfortable stretch backing to make bags feel 50% lighter and 100% more comfortable." it sounds crazy but it works. When standing still you feel the load but when walking you feel the weight lift with each stride ( [...] ) it makes lugging around a full bag a dream I even use these straps on all my carry-on luggage (look them up very well made). I also added a phone holster from Maxpedition I use ( [...] ) I clip it to the side opposite the drink holder pocket. I bought this bag bag back in June of 2012 and have used it "EVERY DAY" and it looks great still. My wife calls it my "Man Purse" or "Murse" but I don't care it works and my pockets stay empty. I even carry a portable charger that they carry here ( [...] ) it works great.

If your looking for a bag to carry your everyday items and Ipad look no further.

I hope this ends your search. And happy hunting.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great! 16 Aug 2013
By Robert Getsfred - Published on Amazon.com
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I carried a Maxpedition Jumbo bag to carry my diabetic test, sunglasses, bus tokens, etc, but it was a little heavier and stiffer and wasn't really that unique. I found this bag to not only carry all of my daily stuff but also my iPad. This was a great choice as it holds all the stuff that the Maxpedition did and then some - including the iPad. I also like the Molle fasteners so I can attach my Camelback bag. I would recommmend this bag to anyone and everyone.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great piece of gear. 1 July 2013
By Ryan Kasper - Published on Amazon.com
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If you have an ipad, this is an awesome way to carry it. It works great for flying. I keep all my charger cords, and other various assorted "tech" stuff in it and it can tuck down below your seat easily. It's a bonafide MAN PURSE, but its all right.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bagged 20 April 2013
By Max - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this as my EDC to replace one I had had for about 5 years. It was smaller, but had more pockets and accoutrements (like MOLLE loops, and pocket-access zippers). So far it's performed much better than my last one, but it also cost 2x as much, so maybe my expectations are higher. I did get it really quick, and it is exactly as it explained. The first thing I added was a MOLLE water bottle holder ($17+) and it in turn added another pocket and more room for gizmos and gadgets. It's a great bag that seems to be high quality. In the short time I waited for it I purchased from a thrift store an EDC to get me by for $3.00. This one's better! BUT for the $...it better be.
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