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OSPREY Flap Jill Courier Mini
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- Volume: 8 litre capacity
- Weight: 045kg
- Dimensions: (H) 30cm, (W) 32cm, (D) 15cm
- Suitable for: Everyday Use, Commuting, Travel
- Women's specific
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Women's flap style shoulder bag
Unique Features:Padded sleeve fits tablets and netbooks to 10"/25.4cmInternal organizer pocketAdjustable strap has pad with silicone print for extra gripDimensions are shown as length (height) x width x depthIn: 12 x 13 x 6Cm: 30 x 32 x 15
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The dimensions of my Chromebook, for comparison's sake are 11.4" wide by 8.1" high by 0.7" thick. Based on the similar dimensions released for the upcoming HP Chromebook 11, there is a good chance that it will fit as well.
Now let's move on to a general review of the bag. There are three main compartments in this bag and one small side pocket:
- The large open compartment is lined with a smooth shiny printed fabric (the same fabric lines all of the compartments and is a light gray on my bag). It's at least 3 inches wide, front to back, and includes the padded device compartment. The device compartment is secured with a velcro tab, but the compartment that contains it is open, without a zipper or other sort of fastener. The flap covers it when the bag is closed, but small items could potentially fall out.
- The larger of the two front compartments is secured by a zipper. Inside, there are two pockets for devices, partially secured by an elastic band around the top of each pocket. The larger of the two fits my Kindle Paperwhite or my 3DS XL. It would be a little wide for a typical smart phone. The smaller of the two pockets fits my USB battery charger, but would also fit a small flip phone. There is a little bit of room in front of the pockets to stash other supplies.
- The smaller (shallower) of the two front compartments is an open space, with a keyring attachment. It's only about 4" tall and is fairly shallow. It's centered on the front of the deeper front pocket, and is nearly the same width. There are no divider pockets.
- The small vertical side pocket is just the right side for pens, but could also fit a small cell phone. It's secured by a zipper that runs along its side from the bottom and then cuts across the top in an arch. The pocket is on the right side of the bag, putting it in easy reach for right handed people that would carry the bag so that it sits on their right side. A left handed person that carries the bag on their left side would not find the pocket as convenient, and there is no matching pocket on the other side.
The flap features an embroidered Osprey logo. The larger design is woven in, without embroidery thread. It's unclear if the design is painted or if the threads in the design are actually silver. The flap is fastened primarily by a strong, deep piece of velcro that covers the entire height of the front most pocket (the velcro is about 4" tall by 2" wide), but a plastic buckle is provided for extra security. Even under full load, the velcro has held strong.
For carry purposes, there is the shoulder strap, which has a cinch mechanism for shortening or lengthening the strap. The padded part is comfortable, and has a nonstick raised surface on the bottom. It's curved to fit better on a shoulder. There is also a sturdy carrying handle, which I use all the time when getting in or out of my car. It's padded and securely anchored to the top of the bag (it's actually embedded in the flap fabric, not just sewn on after the fact).