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    Unfortunately, my plans to make a video are being...

    Unfortunately, my plans to make a video are being thwarted by unscheduled travel (father-in-law's funeral), but I will still try and do this once I get back.

    My plans are to show the Pilot for:...
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    Voted. Good luck!

    Voted. Good luck!
  3. Thread: Guidebook hackery

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    For food, Yelp and TripAdvisor are sometimes good...

    For food, Yelp and TripAdvisor are sometimes good in bigger cities, and I've had some occasional luck when options are limited with wikitravel. Actually, wikitravel is a potentially good...
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    I've never made a video review, but I might be...

    I've never made a video review, but I might be game for trying. Any particular things people are especially interested in if I were to make a video review of the Pilot? (Mine is Ballistic, so packing...
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    You should be aware that, with the exception of...

    You should be aware that, with the exception of the East Coast (between Boston and Washington DC), trains in the US are very much unlike trains in Europe; they tend to be slow, relatively expensive...
  6. Thread: Ireland

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    Yes, I couldn't eat most of the chips. I swear...

    Yes, I couldn't eat most of the chips. I swear there were enough for 4 people to be satisfied.
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    If I walked directly, it was maybe a 20 minute...

    If I walked directly, it was maybe a 20 minute walk. I like public transportation in theory, but I like walking better. I was only carrying my LCB, and it wasn't especially full. I did get my wife...
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    If you're a ridiculous walker (as I am), Badger's...

    If you're a ridiculous walker (as I am), Badger's recommendations make for an excellent (but full) day. I thought I'd report back as a way of saying thanks for such fantastic recommendations.

    I...
  9. Thread: Academic Bihnites

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    It seems like the TS usually works for 1 bag for...

    It seems like the TS usually works for 1 bag for a conference of normal length, even with some days tacked on the end (~1 week or so.) I just got (and loved) the LCB for a packable day bag for...
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    I wonder if you could clip another bag on top...

    I wonder if you could clip another bag on top (Pilot?) and say it's a single bag. Dunno; I've avoided flying Spirit.
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    With the backpack straps, I find the TS (at 10 kg...

    With the backpack straps, I find the TS (at 10 kg or less) comfortable for up to 3-4 km of walking at a time....
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    That's impressive. When traveling for work, I...

    That's impressive. When traveling for work, I usually have a laptop, etc, meaning it's hard to get below 20lbs for a week, but on my recent trip, I decided the backpack straps are much more...
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    For the sake of posterity, I thought I'd mention...

    For the sake of posterity, I thought I'd mention that rolling it and putting it in the bottom of the middle section of the TS proved the most convenient packing method; it took up virtually no space.
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    Sticky: Hi all, I'm Joshua. (jmoz are my initials). I'm...

    Hi all, I'm Joshua. (jmoz are my initials). I'm an engineering professor, and travel a decent bit for work, and was tired of crappy bags. A colleague has a Super Ego, and I had seen numerous...
  15. Thread: Uses of the Q-Kit

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    In the US, I never worry about change, but the...

    In the US, I never worry about change, but the Q-kit was a brilliant coin pocket in Ireland, where coins are real money.
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    I'm still curious about the fit in a TS if anyone...

    I'm still curious about the fit in a TS if anyone is able to check. I feel like dimensions alone don't necessarily tell the story. Thanks!
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    Last day of the conference, and I'm very happy...

    Last day of the conference, and I'm very happy with the LCB. Although the MCB would work, the LCB feels spacious in a good way, especially with my rain jacket (in my ever-useful #2 TSS (solar)) for a...
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    Not sure how on missed this earlier, but I leave...

    Not sure how on missed this earlier, but I leave for Ireland this afternoon, so it's very helpful! My workshop is in Cork, but I tacked a day and a morning on the end in Dublin, so Badger's...
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    @moriond Your comments were very helpful, and had...

    @moriond Your comments were very helpful, and had Dyneema MCB been in stock, I definitely might have gone that route instead. At the same time, the Tri-Glide and Cheater-D fold down pretty flat, so...
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    One other discovery: if you fold it in half (I...

    One other discovery: if you fold it in half (I did vertically) and roll it, the LCB (at least without the strap) fits beautifully and easily into a #2 TSS. (In my case, the one that moriond was kind...
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    One other point of clarification- I think there...

    One other point of clarification- I think there might be some confusion in terminology, so I thought I'd add some pictures:

    Cheater D:
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    @atarango1 - Just to expand on al85's comment a...

    @atarango1 - Just to expand on al85's comment a bit more- on the LCB, the straps are removable and interchangeable. Unlike most of the bags (Aeronauts, TS, WF, etc.), there is no snap hook on the...
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    al85: I think you'll love this bag, especially...

    al85: I think you'll love this bag, especially with your TS and A45. I was very pleased to see the folding into the back pocket, which I hadn't seen described for the _CB previously.

    In hindsight,...
  24. Thread: Travel pillow

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    @kasi which pillow is it? Thanks#

    @kasi which pillow is it? Thanks#
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    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/07/17/u4a2u6ag.jpg...

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/07/17/u4a2u6ag.jpg
    The bag with the flap open.

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/07/17/9y3a4e5y.jpg
    An imperfect (but workable) fit in a Tri Star. It's plenty flat, but...
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