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    Buzz

    In this thread, post a list or pictures of What You Carry in your Buzz. We will add your packing list to the Buzz page to help give other people a better idea of what the bag can hold.
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    I signed up for this forum just because I thought this thread was a little lonely!

    I got my Buzz (Indigo/Steel/Black) in January 2010 to replace a 10-year-old Kipling rucksack whose buckles finally broke. I was looking for something a little smaller and more adult (it seems Kipling has gone all pre-teen ), and a friend recommended Tom Bihn bags.

    It took me a while to decide, but eventually I got a Buzz. I wasn't sure I could pack all of my everyday stuff into it, but I have proof that I can:



    (Jake the Boston Terrier not included . You might have seen this already from the TB blog. If not, more pictures here)

    So here's the list:

    1.5" binder (holding the current script -- I'm a budding film producer)
    13" MacBook + Power supply
    Yellow pad
    iPod nano case with business cards inside
    Pack of gum
    3x5 index cards
    Pens
    Bag of highlighters (used to mark up script)
    Small Padded Organizer: holds a small Leatherman, a lock, and spare change
    Mini Organizer pouch: holds medicine, lip balm, glasses wipe, etc.
    Mini Organizer pouch: holds iPhone connector and earbuds
    Key strap with a Janitor's Worth of Keys

    I've also put in the occasional trade paperback. Often I don't have the binder, and sometimes I'll include my Neat Scanner and its connection cord.

    All this and I don't even use the pocket on the strap or the umbrella/water bottle holder. Not that I *couldn't* -- I just haven't.

    I love this bag -- I love that it is just the right size for what I want to carry (and when I get a 15" MacBook Pro, it will fit that too), that it doesn't look like everyone else's bag, and that I can carry it without killing my shoulder. I like it so much that when it came time to order a bigger travel bag, I only looked at Tom Bihn

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    Quote Originally Posted by logista View Post
    I signed up for this forum just because I thought this thread was a little lonely!

    I got my Buzz (Indigo/Steel/Black) in January 2010 to replace a 10-year-old Kipling rucksack whose buckles finally broke. I was looking for something a little smaller and more adult (it seems Kipling has gone all pre-teen ), and a friend recommended Tom Bihn bags.

    It took me a while to decide, but eventually I got a Buzz. I wasn't sure I could pack all of my everyday stuff into it, but I have proof that I can:



    (Jake the Boston Terrier not included . You might have seen this already from the TB blog. If not, more pictures here)

    So here's the list:

    1.5" binder (holding the current script -- I'm a budding film producer)
    13" MacBook + Power supply
    Yellow pad
    iPod nano case with business cards inside
    Pack of gum
    3x5 index cards
    Pens
    Bag of highlighters (used to mark up script)
    Small Padded Organizer: holds a small Leatherman, a lock, and spare change
    Mini Organizer pouch: holds medicine, lip balm, glasses wipe, etc.
    Mini Organizer pouch: holds iPhone connector and earbuds
    Key strap with a Janitor's Worth of Keys

    I've also put in the occasional trade paperback. Often I don't have the binder, and sometimes I'll include my Neat Scanner and its connection cord.

    All this and I don't even use the pocket on the strap or the umbrella/water bottle holder. Not that I *couldn't* -- I just haven't.

    I love this bag -- I love that it is just the right size for what I want to carry (and when I get a 15" MacBook Pro, it will fit that too), that it doesn't look like everyone else's bag, and that I can carry it without killing my shoulder. I like it so much that when it came time to order a bigger travel bag, I only looked at Tom Bihn


    Hello I was wondering if you still had your old Tom bihn buzz and if you wet interested in selling it?? Let me know. Thanks.


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