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Excellent quality, holds loads and lightweight,
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This review is from: Kipling Women's New Ceroc Laptop Bag (Luggage)
This bag is exactly what I was looking for. Like all Kipling bags I've ever had - and I am a big fan - it's extremely well made with plenty of pockets. This one includes a padded one for a laptop and various large pockets for cables and accessories. It'll also take quite a lot of papers and there's still enough room in the main compartment for overnight stuff. I dithered about having the brown snake pattern (which seemed a bit over the top for a work bag) or the plain black but went for the brown because it was £60 cheaper. It's actually quite discreet and not at all Essex, plus it isn't going to show the dirt but wipes clean if necessary. My previous Kipling work bag has been in daily use for about 3 years and is still almost like new, I'm only replacing it because it doesn't have wheels and I now have a much longer walk to the office. These bags are fairly pricey to buy up front but they last forever, hold more, it's easier to organise your stuff with lots of sensible sized pockets and they're a pleasure to use so if you need a bag for daily use I think they're excellent value for money - especially if you wait for the sales!
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Initial post: 20 Aug 2013 16:03:35 BDT
Miss Tracey Miller says:
Would this bag fit an a4 lever arch folder? Thanks
In reply to an earlier post on 20 Aug 2013 18:56:41 BDT
Catherine Scott says:
Yes I've tried it and it will just about take my laptop, cables and a folder in the main section. I don't think you'd fit one into the side pocket though it will take quite a lot of a4 documents.
Posted on 24 Aug 2013 13:03:54 BDT
When travelling is it possible to insert a small padlock through the tags on the zips?
In reply to an earlier post on 24 Aug 2013 17:07:20 BDT
Catherine Scott says:
I doubt it unless it's a very small padlock - there's very little space in the holes in the tags.
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