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With 17" laptop sleeve and tablet sleeve, plus back slip panel for stacking on a wheeled bag, this All Ways Secure™ backpack is a great choice for business on the road. If you'd rather carry it as a briefcase, simply slip the backpack straps into the slip panel for strap management. With tons of organization, lockable zippers, a Central Lock Point, RFID blocker pocket, safety whistle, and reflectivity... the backpack is your best friend.

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Details & Features

  • Two carry options : Padded backpack straps and padded top and side carry handles
  • All Ways Secure™ :
    • Anti-Theft: Lockable zippers with Secure-Zip™ Toggle closure, Central Lock Point, plus a passport-sized RFID blocker pocket Digital Safe Zone : Two padded sleeves sized for 17" laptop and tablet, plus electronics pocket
    • Personal Safety : Sterum strap buckle with integrated safety whistle, plus reflective accents and light attachment loop Smart organization features internal document slip pockets, elasticized slip pockets, zippered poclet, pen slots & key fob
  • Zippered side pleated pocket for quick stash items.
  • Air cooling 3D Air Mesh back panel with perforated foam shoulder straps for even more breathability and a comfortable carry
  • Back slip panel for securely stacking on wheeled luggage

Product Specification

Capacity: 1650 cu in | 27 L Dimensions: 12 x 19 x 6.5 in | 31 x 48 x 16.5 cm Weight: 1 ob 8 oz | .71 kg Material: 200D Helix™ Dobby, Blocker Weave, 600D Helix™ Oxford


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Eagle Creek Briefcase Backpack RFID
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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2.0

Thin, skinny straps hurt neck and shoulders.

By Business Ben

from Pittsburgh, PA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Looks Professional
  • Security

Cons

  • Poor Ergonomics

Best Uses

    Comments about Eagle Creek Briefcase Backpack RFID:

    I was looking for a backpack I could use for business to replace a one-shoulder-strap briefcase. I'm 6'0" 180 lbs, 30 years old, and reasonably fit - I hike, play tennis, golf, and soccer. Right now I'm using a High Sierra Berserk Compu Backpack which was a give-away at a conference and sells for $35. The High Sierra is in many ways a superior bag and many times more comfortable at LESS THAN A THIRD OF THE PRICE! I was looking for a new backpack just because I didn't think having the conference logos on the bag looked very professional.

    What this bag gets right: professional look, good size - it's a medium bag maybe leaning on the smallish side but I didn't want a big 30L+ backpack, the security locks on the zippers are great, the slide through compartment for a roller-luggage handle is excellent and hard to find on other bags. The organization is pretty good and the RFID blocking pocket is a nice feature for traveling.

    Near miss: because of the side "briefcase" handle the main compartment of the bag does not unzip all the way down to the bottom. What this means is that unlike other laptop bags that are TSA compliant (ie. lay down flat on the x-ray conveyor belt) with this bag you'll have to remove the laptop from the bag. The side water bottle pocket is also pretty small and wouldn't fit my Klean Kanteen 16 oz. water bottle - if I were running around town it would probably fall out.

    Bad: The straps on the bag are narrow and the padding is thin. The padding is made a of porous foam that is then perforated, the idea being that this would allow for better air flow and not give you sweaty shoulders. The result however is that the straps are thin and narrow causing all of the weight of the bag to be applied to a very small surface area on your shoulder with little padding. Unlike the High Sierra, if you take your thumb and index finger and pinch the straps on the Eagle Creek the padding fully compresses - it's like you're wearing a bag with ribbons for straps. I tried this bag for a couple days with a laptop, laptop cord, padfolio, and a 2" binder of paper and my neck and shoulder were aching. Compounding this problem is the general weight distribution of the bag. Unlike other bags I tried where the weight of the bag is pretty well evenly distributed so that bag lays flat against your back, this bag lays in such a way to put all of the weight on the small of your back. So imagine that the top of the bag falls away from your shoulders leaving a large gap and then the rest of the bag rests on the small of your back; this further causes the traps to pull into your shoulders to make up for all of the weight that is not being supported.

    I really really wanted to like this bag, but I ultimately decided it didn't make sense to use a backpack that was going to hurt my neck, shoulders, and back. Eagle Creek also doesn't cover the return shipping, so here's $20 down the drain and a few weeks wasted. I hope this review helps you save your own time and money.

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    4.0

    Better Than Manbag

    By fjp

    from PA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Great Value
    • Lightweight
    • Well Constructed

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        Comments about Eagle Creek Briefcase Backpack RFID:

        My wife is most pleased with this purchase. When we travel I would always ask her to put things in her bag. She is thrilled I have my own!

        • Was this a gift?:
        • Yes

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