Inspired by @itsablur's video and many others videos/photos in TB Forum.
[I intend to do another video on other issue/subject related to Pilot, in addition to @itsablur's recent video collection]
I wish to share my self-made video (my first online video) of how 15.6" Laptop could fit in a Pilot - Dyneema.
Argh! I couldn't believe how TB has been changing my routine/lifestyle/life for the past few weeks.
Hope my video could help out to clarify further.
Good luck and all the best, everyone.
Quoted from my Video's Description @Youtube. Lazy to retype/rephrase.
This is my first self-made online video. Please do not judge me.
I realize that I could have uploaded a 1080 HD version, but I forgot to turn to FHD during video shot! Adui!
This video took with Nokia Lumia 1020 at 720P and edited using Movie Moments (Windows Phone App by Microsoft. Each video (First/Second Half) are joined with Movie Maker (Windows).
This is a not a review of Tom Bihn's Pilot but a personal opinion on Tom Bihn's Pilot - a Messenger Bag - whether it could easily fit a 15.6" Laptop and roughly how it was carried (loaded with the Laptop).
For full description of the Bag, visit Tom Bihn's Official Website Travel bags, laptop bags, and backpacks. The best materials and innovative construction since 1972 - TomBihn.com or Pilot - Personal Item Travel Bag Made in USA - TOM BIHN
A few note of my Pilot,
I received my new bag on early August 2014.
400d Steel Dyneema/Steel Lining
The first half of the video showed how a naked 15.6" Laptop could fit in my Pilot. While, the second half showed how I carried the loaded Pilot and also, the unzip-zip during carrying.
The Laptop in the Video is a 15.6" Dell Precision M4600 Mobile Workstation.
Dimension (PC) : 14.8" x 10.08" x 1.29" / 376 x 256 x 36.8 mm 2.8kg
Dimension (Bag): 15.4" x 11.4" x 5.1" / 390 x 290 x 130 mm 0.48kg
Dimension (Me) : 31Waist x 5'4" (170cm) 68kg