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About tpnl
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Interests:
Electronic Gadgets, Gardening, Audio, Photography
Occupation:
IT Professional
Your Bag:
Zephyr, Synapse 25, Smart Alec, Brain Bag, Aeronaut, Tristar, Checkpoint Flyer, Co-Pilot, Ego
Which laptop do you have?:
Thinkpad 15.6 inch

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Zephyr/SA/BB/Co-Pilot (Black/Black/Steel), S25/WF/TS/A45/Pilot/Cadet (Black/Iberian), DLBP (French Blue), Ego (Black/Black/Steel with Indigo Stripe), CPF (Black/Indigo/Steel), EB (Black/Steel/Steel), Vertical & Horizontal Brain Cells, Vertical and Horizontal FS, Camera I/O, PCBP/PCSB/TT (400d Nordic), SE (Black/Iberian), Lead's Pocket (Black), Tall YSS (Iberian)

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  1. Squirrel
    Squirrel liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    To add a bit to @moriond's excellent information: 1) Cadet - I like that I have the ability to put letter sized items vertically due to the height. This provides space to put in bulker items like...
    Liked On: 11-25-2014, 03:56 PM
  2. moriond
    moriond liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    Though I have used a 3D Fabric Organizer Cube in my Pilot, I use my Side Effect when I want to carry all my small adapters and EDC tools (Pocket knife, etc). It is not too big IMHO for the Cadet and...
    Liked On: 11-25-2014, 02:45 PM
  3. LJ50
    LJ50 liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    Though I have used a 3D Fabric Organizer Cube in my Pilot, I use my Side Effect when I want to carry all my small adapters and EDC tools (Pocket knife, etc). It is not too big IMHO for the Cadet and...
    Liked On: 11-25-2014, 01:51 PM
  4. Orangeboys
    Orangeboys liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    Though I have used a 3D Fabric Organizer Cube in my Pilot, I use my Side Effect when I want to carry all my small adapters and EDC tools (Pocket knife, etc). It is not too big IMHO for the Cadet and...
    Liked On: 11-25-2014, 06:52 AM
  5. Pokilani
    Pokilani liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    @LJ50 Though I do not have a cache, I have read that people can fold the flap a bit more to make the cache as small as possible when putting in a smaller laptop. Also, perhaps choosing a 15" MBP...
    Liked On: 11-25-2014, 06:26 AM
  6. moriond
    moriond liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    To add a bit to @moriond's excellent information: 1) Cadet - I like that I have the ability to put letter sized items vertically due to the height. This provides space to put in bulker items like...
    Liked On: 11-22-2014, 08:20 PM
  7. nimikor
    nimikor liked post by tpnl On thread : Cadet Questions (also considering Pilot)
    To add a bit to @moriond's excellent information: 1) Cadet - I like that I have the ability to put letter sized items vertically due to the height. This provides space to put in bulker items like...
    Liked On: 11-22-2014, 08:17 PM
  8. brendabethman
    brendabethman liked post by tpnl On thread : Replace Land's End Square Rigger With Cadet? Or?
    The Cadet is a great bag and holds quite a bit while still remaining slim. At 825 cu. in., it is just a bit more capacity than your husband's original bag. The padding and design make it keep it's...
    Liked On: 11-21-2014, 04:28 PM
  9. brendabethman
    brendabethman liked post by tpnl On thread : Aeronaut : flap opening direction ?
    ... which end do you open the banana? ... :) I too have been using my A45 sub-optimally! Perhaps an instruction manual is needed - Ikea style. Its like finding a secret pocket that you never...
    Liked On: 11-19-2014, 08:53 PM
  10. mangosteen
    mangosteen liked post by tpnl On thread : Aeronaut : flap opening direction ?
    ... which end do you open the banana? ... :) I too have been using my A45 sub-optimally! Perhaps an instruction manual is needed - Ikea style. Its like finding a secret pocket that you never...
    Liked On: 11-19-2014, 07:53 PM
  11. kkintea
    kkintea liked post by tpnl On thread : Aeronaut : flap opening direction ?
    ... which end do you open the banana? ... :) I too have been using my A45 sub-optimally! Perhaps an instruction manual is needed - Ikea style. Its like finding a secret pocket that you never...
    Liked On: 11-19-2014, 06:06 PM
  12. timothy
    timothy liked post by tpnl On thread : Daylight Backpack Review??
    ... and another one about using the DLBP to provide travel flexibility together with the Aeronaut 30 (go to near the bottom of the link to see the review of the DLBP): ...
    Liked On: 11-19-2014, 05:53 PM
  13. UK-Limey
    UK-Limey liked post by tpnl On thread : Thin Business Briefcase
    @Rufus Have no worry - the Pilot is great for a formal environment. I use it in a financial environment and it is fine - Tie, Suit. Having a bag that is black/navy ballistic nylon is a safe way...
    Liked On: 11-17-2014, 08:27 AM
  14. Tania68
    Tania68 liked post by tpnl On thread : Brain Bag questions
    I test packed a Brain Bag and a TriStar - everything fit but they both exceeded the carry-on size depth limit (9" depth). They both ended up being about 10-11" deep. The main problem is with the 2...
    Liked On: 11-15-2014, 02:53 AM
  15. flaneuse
    flaneuse liked post by tpnl On thread : Happy Veteran's Day
    flaneuse Happy Birthday to you - great birthday present! It is great how things work out sometimes! Thanks to your husband for his service and sacrifice! Cheers!
    Liked On: 11-13-2014, 11:33 AM
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