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I will be the dissenting...
September 3, 2015
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I will be the dissenting opinion in the reviews. The bag is a nice enough bag, but it is not a commuter bag (in my book), and it is certainly not worth nearly a hundred bucks.

If all you carry is one notebook, a few odds and ends, and a teensy tiny water bottle, then fine. But if you're actually using it for a long train/subway commute with everything you need for a busy workday (or student day), as I am doing, you may be as displeased as I have been.

First, my 17-inch laptop only fits in the one middle compartment by a special dance that involves inserting it first on its side and the right angle, and then doing a jiggle and a shove to get it past the corner zipper - and that ONLY works when there is nothing in any of the other pockets, particularly the side pockets. Once I've got that laptop in, there's room for one more notebook only - or possibly one that fits in the padded outside pocket, which is a strange shape and too small for standard American notebooks. Lest you think, "oh, my laptop is smaller than 17 inches," also know that a standard 8.5x11 binder or notebook barely fit in the main compartment, and heaven forbid you have two of them.

The little tiny pockets everywhere are cute, but unless you have things perfectly sized for those very pockets and pocket dividers, they're kind of useless.

And like everyone else, I will say, WTF on the strap pad not being adjustable?

Finally, this thing is in no way ergonomic.

Generally happy with most things I have bought from JetPens, but this thing was a total waste of $100. The only thing that saves it from a 1-star review is that I will allow that the bag itself is clearly well-made.
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Very pleased with this...
December 29, 2014
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Very pleased with this glue. I use it mostly for envelopes and affixing vintage postage stamps (with aging water-activated glue), and it is excellent for this purpose. The design with the cap on the bottom is a very good one: the glue is always loaded and ready to go, and less likely to dry out the sponge if it's been a while since I used it. The glue itself is not so fluorescent and visible as in the photos, but that's fine by me. I can see it when I need it, and never when it's dry. It's now my go-to desk glue. I hope JetPens keeps carrying it!
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Wow! I'm really taken...
April 25, 2011
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Wow! I'm really taken with this fountain pen. I bought it on faith when it first showed up on JetPens, without any reviews or cartridges or recommended converters... because what's to lose, for $3.20? It is a pleasantly wet writer, and I would say the nib is between medium and fine. I thought I'd get a standard international converter to fit, but was surprised to find my Platinum converter was the most snug, best fit. (Darn. Of course that one is pricey.) I've been using it for about an hour now with no leaks. The weight and balance are good, and I like the design of the pen. Not fussy. The writing is already rubbing off the metal barrel, but that's fine by me. It's distracting anyway. I am really pleased with this pen, and I hope JetPens will stock more of them soon, because I'm now buying up the last one in stock!
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These pens do just what...
April 9, 2010
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These pens do just what they're supposed to. I can't speak to their longevity since I just got them, but I am having a great time using them to address envelopes and postcards. Very bold, glossy looking, fun to have a raised surface. I fear now I have the urge to get all the colors... I do a lot of handmade envelopes, and these are GREAT for really making the address stand out. You do have to wait for the ink to dry, but it doesn't take too long. At 4 bucks for 2 pens, too, the price is quite reasonable.
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This is not just high-quality...
September 30, 2009
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This is not just high-quality ink - it's an excellent dark black with great flow, that in my tests I find to be waterproof. Wow. A contender against Noodler's black... except with a smoother, juicier flow!
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