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- Checkpoint friendly laptop compartment with separate laptop sleeve. Sleeve can be tethered to the bag at airport checkpoint screenings, reducing risk of damage or loss.
- Organizer with padded pockets for high-tech gadgets like PDAs, digital camera, etc.
- Fan file section features two dividers and fits letter and legal size folders as well as electronic power supplies and cords
- File section expands 2 inches to accommodate extra files or a change of clothes and offers a garment securing panel to minimize wrinkling
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The @Work 15.4 inch Executive Expandable Rolling Brief from Briggs & Riley features multiple compartments for files, high tech gadgets and peripherals. It even accommodates a change of clothing! Checkpoint friendly laptop compartment has a separate laptop sleeve that can be tethered to the bag at airport checkpoint screenings, reducing risk of damage or loss, and fits most 15.4 inch laptop screens. Organizer has padded pockets for hightech gadgets. Fan file section features two dividers and fits letter and legal side folders. File section expands 2 inches.
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This bag has pockets, nooks, and crannies for everything. And it seems to be very well built. Just right for a road-warrior like me.
My only complaint is that the laptop (14.75" wide) is a touch too wide for the pocket (minus the padded case they provided). So the jippers jam when trying to close unless I carefully hold the flaps together. I tacked (with needle/thread) the side flap to the computer pocket, and that helped a bit. But unless I go to a bigger size (which I'll never get under the first-class airplane seat in front of me), I think I'll live with this.
1) The most frustrating thing the bag tips over forward easily due to the bottom feet being close to the center of the bag.
2) The twist plate that attaches keeps it on the roller, came off. It is held on with a screw. I recommend always twisting clockwise as to not back the plate off the screw that attaches to the elastic strap.
The one I was shipped was not the one in the picture.
Summary - I would have gone with the $100 Victorinox / Swiss bag knowing all of this.
I waited years to get my B&R bag after hearing great things about B&R from a coworker simply because my Swiss bag would not die. It finally gave up the ghost and I went with this B&R after a bunch of research. After a month of heavy use I have to align with the person who commented on the width of the handle bars and how the bag does not fit well between the bars of the roller it sits on. Very frustrating as bumps turns and vibration encourage it to fall left or right of the bag it's riding on which also contributes to scarring each product as they rub and wear on each other. If you are going to spend 300+ dollars on a bag like this you are probably a serious tech traveler and you will want to know these details. It is a great product but I probably would have spent my money somewhere else if I could have taken it for a test drive first. Another Swiss bag would have done the trick for a 3rd of the price. So here it goes:
- pockets and compartments
- wheels, quiet smooth rolling
- dedicated key and sunglasses space
- inside front high pocked for ear buds, hot spot and other all techno stuff
- soft inner lined pocket for tablets, comfy...
- the dang locking turn key system, it is wider than the bars on my Costco / Kirkland roller which forces you to wiggle it to fit
- the width of the bars on the B&R bag are the same as my roller causing the two to not get along well; hence the shift left or right as it settles.
- I expected heavier guage zippers. These are a bit delicate. My old swiss bag and many Tumi bags I've seen have better zippers.
- product I got was slightly different than what I selected online.
- the bottom feet are too close to the center of gravity. Fully packed, the bag likes to tip over. I now pack gear like you would on a small plane to make sure it is balanced. This is just silly. Another inch forward with the feet placement and the bag would not tip.
My travel is weekly through airports, dragging my roller through streets, w stairs, uneven pavement and other common terestrial challengs.
I'm now very tuned in to all other similar offering and admire the simple slip over handle design from Tumi along with the thick nylon and zipper components. Just saying...
Travel well my friends