Geek chick electrical engineer packs light with the Aeronaut

The TOM BIHN Aeronaut: One Bag in Europe

“After tons of research I settled on the Tom Bihn Aeronaut bag.”
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“I was stunned to discover that even with 2 pairs of shoes, 2 skirts, 2 dresses, 2 pairs of pants, 4 shirts, 10 pairs of underwear, 4 pairs of socks, pajamas, my toiletries (not insubstantial), an iGo charger, 3 guidebooks, and all of my other stuff placed in it, I had room to spare. Before succumbing to temptation and packing some of the items I had taken out of my pile as unnecessary (bathing suit, etc.), I decided to weigh the bag. First I stepped on the scale (that’s another post by itself), then I put on the bag as a backpack. I was amazed that it weighed 20 lbs and still felt comfortable enough to walk around the airport for a few hours, race to catch a metro or wander the streets before check-in time at our hotel.”

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The TOM BIHN Aeronaut: Pictures from One Bag, One World (OBOW)
Above: Pictures from the One Bag, One World (OBOW) Review of the Aeronaut.

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