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Thread: New video: Tri-Star (and accessories)

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    Darcy, just a heads-up that your links for the packing cube(s) direct to the travel tray. Just FYI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamwebb View Post
    Darcy, just a heads-up that your links for the packing cube(s) direct to the travel tray. Just FYI.
    Thanks! Fixed.
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    New video: Tri-Star (and accessories)

    Great video! In answer to the question about putting the Tri-Star or an Aeronaut under airline seats, I've had one or other under the seats of a 737-800, an Airbus A300 a Dash-8 and some rickety old charabang flown by FlyBe without any problems.

    The Absolute strap also fits in either of the full size pockets or you could probably stuff it in the rucksack strap pocket I'm sure! It does fit better in the Aeronaut though.
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    If anybody really does buy off the list you should DEFINITELY consider doing the TS Packing cube backpack instead of the Large Packing cube. The extra $20 is way worth the extra flexibility.

    Wonderful video!

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    I've no problem getting the Ab Strap into the back section or the backstrap pocket on my WF. It naturally folds into thirds and lays fairly flat.

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    Eric and Le Pied, thanks for your insight about finding a space for the Absolute Strap.

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