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    I am very impressed: we new the Aeronout 30 was coming and looks familiar and glorios. I think it might be the right travelbag for my girls. AND there is the duffel: it has written camera bag all over it (for me). Not a camera bag with which I would go out for a long walk in the nature but we have to take pictures of our cattle ever so often and this is a nice camera bag for the car.
    And I just plane love the stuff sacks. Dirty and clean... problem solved and even color-coded pulls! AND a coin-wallet! It is small, it is cute and it will be very useful for us Euroniens anyway.

    I am not sure about the backpack jet but that is just because I have so gourges backpacks from Tom Bihn that the competition is quite hight there... but to be honest I maybe just tell me this so I do not end up buying ALL the new stuff at once.

    Thank you Tom Bihn for:
    1. Making this in such a fun event.
    2. Doing bags that own up and exceeds the build up expectations.
    3. Mirroring in the new bags some of the bags/features your customers had asked for.
    4. Taking your time to get this right and being on time at once. I have seen so many promises in and out of the Internet made and broken that it still amazes me that you keep yours even so I have seen it so many times now.

    Never had so much fun in making my credit-card sweat a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scribe View Post
    I love the look of the Q-Kit - I'd been hoping for a TB change purse, so this would be a great option. Might have to wait until the Pilot is back in stock, though, to make it worth the cost of shipping it to the UK
    Have a group buy for the U.S get together!
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    Quote Originally Posted by backpack View Post
    Have a group buy for the U.S get together!
    Alas I'm not in the US long enough for a TB order. OTOH I'm collecting a previous order plus a forum "trade" (a bag for a TB voucher), so I'm getting my money's worth out of the trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank II View Post
    Love the bag! Love the review! Good work, Frank II!
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    Oh man..thats the thing if everything happens overnight (I knew I should have stayed awake)..so much to catch up on..and I have to go to work.....:-((((((
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    I have to admit, I am salivating a little at that Daylight Backpack! I can totally see using that for knitting! And for day trips where I don't want to have a heavy load. My back is not a happy camper at all these days. Can I have a Synapse 19 and the new pack at the same time? Will I always be torn over which one to carry? Oh! First world problems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoStanford View Post
    Are you the first confirmed order on the new gear, then? How exciting to look at these new bags and videos!
    I don't know. If I am, do I get a prize? Can't wait to get it. Also got the divider. Very cool bag.
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    Starting up the 24 hour countdown clock

    Quote Originally Posted by Mausermama View Post
    I have to admit, I am salivating a little at that Daylight Backpack! I can totally see using that for knitting! And for day trips where I don't want to have a heavy load. My back is not a happy camper at all these days. Can I have a Synapse 19 and the new pack at the same time? Will I always be torn over which one to carry? Oh! First world problems!
    I have an S19 too, but got the Daylight for the heck of it. I liked the PCBP-ish design coupled with slight tapering at the top. (It looks kinda retro, especially in orange) I also felt it would be a nice change on days where I want to dunk everything in a light sack. Aaand, unlike most day packs, this has a /usefully/ large front pocket. (Cf Eastpak.)

    But I may just be justifying my purchase to myself *coughs*
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    Aaahhhh!!!Blog post is up!!

    ETA: I was a little late to the party (hadn't refreshed my screen), but it's fun to see all the squee!!
    Last edited by haraya; 06-30-2014 at 09:50 PM.
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    I read most of this thread already knowing the happy ending--I didn't have internet access for the 24 hours surrounding the releases--but I've enjoyed its excitement, humor, and camaraderie so much. I really like the way eWalker's clocks punctuate the excitement, drawing the reader's awareness back to the passage of time and the increasing suspense. I was sorry to miss the fun of the anticipation, but I think the instant gratification of reading this all in one sitting makes up for it nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linden View Post
    I read most of this thread already knowing the happy ending--I didn't have internet access for the 24 hours surrounding the releases--but I've enjoyed its excitement, humor, and camaraderie so much. I really like the way eWalker's clocks punctuate the excitement, drawing the reader's awareness back to the passage of time and the increasing suspense. I was sorry to miss the fun of the anticipation, but I think the instant gratification of reading this all in one sitting makes up for it nicely!
    Itīs was fun indeed!! I was doing my medical check up while making the countdown, if the hospital had a psychiatric division, I would get myself in trouble!!
    Orders are here! Unpacking A45, A30, NF20 & CP10! TB Crew rocks!!

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    Everyone - it looks like for the 5 new TB bag unveilings, we broke a record for people on the TB website. From the stats at the bottom of the forum page:

    Most users ever online was 14,476, 07-01-2014 at 08:16 PM.

    It's like the line-ups at the Apple Store when new iPhones come out - except virtual!

    Cheers!
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    Cool! I did wonder whether we would crash the website!! Hope Tom Bihners feel the love.
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