Review: Our Experience With Laptop Cases From WaterField Designs

September 24th, 2011 2 comments

Old and New Laptop Cases (Waterfield Designs) A round-the-world bike tour is a good way to test any piece of gear, and the laptop case we bought from WaterField Designs (SFBags.com) was one of the things that stood up best to our 3-year trip.

Our first experience with this company was way back in 2006, when we bought a case for our small netbook. The laptop sleeve is still going strong.

It was pulled in and out of bicycle panniers on a daily basis and thrown carelessly around our tent but aside from a few minor scuff marks, you can hardly tell the difference between the old one (on the right) and the new one we just bought last month for another laptop.

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2 Responses to “Review: Our Experience With Laptop Cases From WaterField Designs”

  1. Richard says:

    If it’s length of tour of level of wilderness travelled through that wins I have no chance!

    Am planning my first major cycle tour next year (across the USA) and have found your website a font of knowledge, (especially the bike in a bag on a plane article, which I’ve already tested!!).

    Laptop bag would certainly be useful, to help with the transportation of the blogging machine.

    Cheers for the site!


  2. Richard says:

    Not sure how I’ve managed this, was trying to enter the competition! D’oh!

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