My Co-Pilot ready for another work week!
Yay! I learned how to add photos to my posts with this one!
I learned lots from forum members' posts, including what and how you pack your bags. So here is my contribution: my go-to-work packing list this week in my Black/Iberian Co-Pilot.
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2 Witz eyeglass case (for prescription eyeglasses & sunglasses) in one of the pockets
Big wallet 7" L x 4.25" W x 1.25" thick in the other pocket. Fit is loose, so I can put odds & ends in this pocket with the wallet, if I wanted/needed to.
FOJ OP with external hard drive, usb cord and thumb drive
Small iberian clear OP (with pen, comb, note pad)
FOT OP with ear phones; sometimes I put my phone in this pouch; clip the pouch to the O-Ring in the front compartment with ultrasuede lined pocket
Medium padded OP with Samsung Galalxy Tablet (to red Kindle books at lunch time)
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Water bottle pocket:
Red 12 oz hydroflask water bottle (the 18 oz also fits nicely also) - for coffee
Right compartment (with the pen slots):
Stainless 12 oz hydroflask water bottle - for water
Keys on a long cayenne TB keystrap
Samsung phone in the pocket
Car keys on a short crimson TB keystrap
I also usually carry a folded small steel shop bag &/or a thin rain jacket on rainy days in the main compartment.
On weekends, I ditch the big wallet in favor of 2 Tom Bihn Organizer Wallets (one for ID's & cards, the other for cash & coins).
I do not like a tightly-packed bag. I like the organization of the Co-Pilot very much.
1) a second O-Ring in the main compartment on the other side of the present one.
2) a third O-rings in the main comparment between the 2 pockets. I think it is the perfect spot for keys.
Thanks TB crew for a SUPER USEFUL and good-looking bag!
Back to school with the Co-Pilot
Everyone posting about their Co-Pilots inspired me to carry mine to work today.
Here is what I brought with me:
The white bento box and the Moleskine journal were inside the two inside pockets. I carried the Co-Pilot without the strap and it was very light; however, I did feel like I was walking around with a teeny-tiny suitcase.