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This is the most well organized bag we have designed. The front lower zippered pocket can handle most mobile phones. The compartment above features pockets for business cards and a pen, a detachable key ring and a hidden area for your passport. The large main compartment is padded and can accomodate an ebook, camera, wallet, regular book (remember those?) or personal items. Check out the back and you will find a zippered area that functions as a complete wallet with a zippered pocket for two different currencies. On the very back is a convenient place for your glasses. What more could you ask for? How about an adjustable shoulder strap long enough to wear cross body. The external fabric is a satin PVC that wipes clean and weathers any storm. This is Jean's favorite bag and for those of you who know her, that means a lot.
Dimensions: 8" w x 9" h x 2.5" d
Seriously. There are organizer bags and then there is this one! Finally, intelligent design at right size, look, material, and price. Thank you, BAG SMITH. I've found my personal assistant ... (well, ya know what I mean ... :-) Idene Goldman on 30th Dec 2014
I've been looking for a while for this style of small, well designed bag. It seems well made, but I did not give it 5 stars, because the front snap closure was applied at a slight angle. Not enough to make it "irregular", but I would like to think that Bag Smith would demand that a prominent feature of the front be done properly. I'll use the bag and enjoy its many thoughtful features. Please, Bag Smith, watch for less-than perfect prominent features. Unknown on 25th Nov 2012
I used the traveler bag recently on a cruise. The pockets are well placed. The center section is large enough for a water bottle and a small knitting project. I would highly recommend the Traveler charliwerks on 16th Jul 2012