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July 8, 2014
This bag is pretty well...
This bag is pretty well represented in the pictures. The problem, at least for me, is it really is as small as it appears. I wanted something to carry my Kindle Paperwhite, an auxiliary battery, my phone, and a few other odds and ends. It fits the Kindle, but just barely. Anything even a little bigger would be an extremely tight fit. So it's like in the picture. You can fit an e-reader or a very small tablet, a cell phone, a small notepad and a couple pens, and that's it. No wallet. No auxiliary battery. No odds or ends.
I'm also a bit concerned about the stitching. The seams of the main pocket appear to have about four stitches per inch. If you look closely at the pictures you can see this. I'm no expert, but this doesn't seem very secure to me.
What I don't think is mentioned anywhere is that the main rear pocket does have some padding so it will provide some protection for a tablet. If you want hands-free carry of your tablet and a couple other small items, this bag may work for you.
Also, the optional strap that's being sold here seemed to me like it would be a bit too short, particularly for cross shoulder carry. I went with a third party strap that extends to ten inches longer than the one here. I'm glad I did because I'm very near the maximum size on that one to get a decent position for carrying this bag.
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December 10, 2010
Excellent writer. Nice...
Excellent writer. Nice fine smooth line.
Contrary to what's indicated in some of the other reviews, the cap DOES post to the end of the pen. It has to be mated properly. A sleeve on the cap slides under a mating piece on the body. When properly mated, the cap becomes an almost seamless extension of the body of the pen. It's the best, most secure method of posting a cap I've ever seen.
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