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    Just curious if TB Forum members & bag owners are...

    Just curious if TB Forum members & bag owners are more likely to own a Subaru? In my snowy corner of upstate NY they are very popular and I own 3 of them (2 Foresters and an Outback)
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    The Freudian Slip is certainly a handy organizing...

    The Freudian Slip is certainly a handy organizing device for bags that need it. I can see how it would be invaluable in a Synapse, but I don't use my S19 or S25 for business use and haven't tried it...
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    I'm not sure what your work needs are, but you...

    I'm not sure what your work needs are, but you might want to also consider the Pilot. The Ballistic nylon is pet hair resistant and it's a great bag... it holds more than it's size would suggest....
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    Would Anyone Want a Cache Lite?

    In my never ending quest to carry less and lighten my load I just received my new Pilot yesterday. Like all Tom Bihn products it's thoughtfully designed and impeccably built. I have it packed as a...
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    Definately go. In addition to the wonderful...

    Definately go. In addition to the wonderful feedback from those who replied before me I would add that three years in the development of teenagers is an eternity. You will (hopefully) discover that...
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    I use the large Tri-Star packing cube in an...

    I use the large Tri-Star packing cube in an outside compartment with the suit jacket(s) folded using this technique. Jacket folding - light travel one-bag packing technique - YouTube. The jackets are...
  7. Been there, done that... sometimes you have to...

    Been there, done that... sometimes you have to make light of the situation, otherwise you'd cry
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    I have tried one bag travel for business and it...

    I have tried one bag travel for business and it just does not work for me. Even with a very light 11" MacBook Air and a minimal amount of paper, I find a single bag quickly becomes too heavy for my...
  9. Thread: Wallets

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    You might want to take a look at Flowfold...

    You might want to take a look at Flowfold wallets. They seem to meet all your criteria with the exception of the coin purse. I have had a Flowfold wallet for about two years now and it still looks...
  10. Welcome to the forums @Chriswheat. I don't have...

    Welcome to the forums @Chriswheat. I don't have the Copilot, but am considering getting one so I will be interested in the answers you receive, but I have owned a Ristretto in the past. It seems like...
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    I actually find using Google the most effective...

    I actually find using Google the most effective way to search the Tom Bihn forums (and pretty much every other forum site) the syntax is:

    "Your Search Terms site:www.tombihn.com"

    The...
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    Ilkway, I'm with you... I much prefer rectangular...

    Ilkway, I'm with you... I much prefer rectangular pouches to the travel tray. The travel tray is a very nice piece of kit, but it typically does not make the final cut when I'm packing my bags. The...
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    My horror story dates back to the early 1980s...

    My horror story dates back to the early 1980s when I lived in Brooklyn Heights, NY. My apartment was robbed while I slept (very scary, but fortunately the robber was only interested in taking my...
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    Two other good sources of travel information are...

    Two other good sources of travel information are the Flyertalk forums and believe it or not, Reddit.
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    If you mean the clips which attach the pouch to a...

    If you mean the clips which attach the pouch to a key strap, they are quite easy to use. But while they are easy to use, they stay securely closed and I have never had one come loose accidently......
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    Here's a tip I picked up somewhere if you want /...

    Here's a tip I picked up somewhere if you want / need to carry small slices of soap. Take a full size bar of soap of your choice and place in the microwave for 30 seconds, or less (Important: Check...
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    Here's some random thoughts that may help you to...

    Here's some random thoughts that may help you to organize your load:

    In addition to editing your carry items as suggested, perhaps you can look at the need for the brain cell. It sounds like you...
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    Eva, I'm certainly not an expert on Alaska, but...

    Eva,
    I'm certainly not an expert on Alaska, but I can recommend late August as a good time to go. I visited Alaska for almost three weeks in Late August (2 years ago) and found it perfect. It's...
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    A TB case for eyeglasses would be great! The...

    A TB case for eyeglasses would be great! The padded organizers would protect glasses from being dropped, but not being crushed... and that is likely the biggest hazard they will be facing packed...
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    I have an Apple TV for each screen in my house...

    I have an Apple TV for each screen in my house and it's a fantastic little device. We rent movies from iTunes and use it to stream Netflix and Crackle (Jerry Seinfeld's web series, Comedians in Cars...
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    Sending good thoughts your way for a speedy and...

    Sending good thoughts your way for a speedy and complete remission for your cousin.
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    There is a lot of similarity between the Airboss...

    There is a lot of similarity between the Airboss and the Tri-Star. I had an Airboss which I have replaced with a Tri-Star, so I'm very familiar with both bags.

    Both the Tri-Star and the Airboss...
  23. Not to get off topic, but Evernote is an awesome...

    Not to get off topic, but Evernote is an awesome tool for keeping track of all kinds of information. I found myself using it so much that I upgraded to the premium version which costs $5 per month....
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    If you think you need some additional help with...

    If you think you need some additional help with luggage a rolling bag may be the best option rather than an external cart which has many of the drawbacks cited in the other posts. One approach many...
  25. Packing is a pretty quick exercise for me. I have...

    Packing is a pretty quick exercise for me. I have spent 30 years packing for business trips (about 7 or 8 a year now, but 1 or 2 a week for many years) so I have it pretty much down to a science. A...
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