Victorinox WebPak Plus Laptop Carrying Case Review

Others/Miscelleneous by SidneyWong @ 2007-07-26

Air travel is stressful, especially after 9/11. One to three days business travel becomes the necessary evil to many. Victorinox Webpak plus series could be another ticket that you may consider taking besides the airline ticket. This WebPak is a very business like laptop carrying case that could pack a couple of days of stuff and may ease some of your pain running from airport to your car rental.

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Victorinox is well known for their multi-purpose pocket knife . Comparing to the "every man must have" Zippo Lighter of yesteryear, Victorinox continues to impress the world in providing the adventurers and everyday road&urban warriors the tools to make their life a bit easier.

The WebPak Plus is very business like; if don't want your clients or business partners think that you are on a camping trip. Business attire does apply depending on ...... you know what I mean.

Victorinox WebPak Plus is not inexpensive, at a street price of about US$200. Then, you get what you pay for, and in this case "company expense" could be applied.

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Side pocket for cell phone/MP3 etc, and bottle water or retractable umbrella on the other side. If you look closer at the little case for either cell phone, MP3 or digital camera holder is detachable with a belt clip.

Specifications :

• Rolling brief with retractable wheels for convenient carrying.
• Telescopic mono-pole features swivel grip for great handling.
• Carry 2 ways - with handle or as a backpack.
• Removable CS² computer sleeve provides unsurpassed shock impact protection.
• Legal-size fan file system with two dividers.

Dimensions: 13.5"x15.5"x9"

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Comment from thorgal @ 2007/07/27
Great little review, enjoyed thoroughly reading it. Very nice and to the point conclusions: been there, done that, and have equally sweated my pants off
Comment from Sidney @ 2007/07/27
That is the only thing I could find carrying that does not have "made in China" tag. Not inexpensive, but I know it will be with me for a long time.