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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.
    Current Carry: Skookum Dog Citizen Canine prototype, Founder's Briefcase (every day carry), Small Cafe Bag (every day carry), Shop Bags (groceries, extra random stuff), Aeronaut 45 (travel), Synapse 19 (day hikes), Smart Alec (longer day hikes), Skookum Dog Road Duffel (Medium) (travel), Clear Organizer Wallet, Travel Stuff Sacks, Organizer Cubes

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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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