“Finally, [The Checkpoint Flyer] it does what it advertises: TSA hasn’t given me any hassle over it at all. On my first trip through airport security with it, it did draw extra attention, but as a result of the myriad other gadgets I had in the bag, not because of the laptop. As part of that experience, I realized that if I laid the bag fully flat — essentially in 3 sections rather than just separating the laptop portion from the rest, it would sail through the X-ray machine because there was that much less other electronic gear and wires stacked on top of each other. I have now gone almost a month without any additional scrutiny on my bag which is highly unusual since I used to get a special inspection at least once a week.”
Read the full review by Chip Griffin.
Chip Griffin: Tom Bihn’s Checkpoint Flyer: My Best Bag Ever