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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    I believe that in this new fangled modern world, there are numbers between 20 and 40 but I'm not sure they've reached the north yet.

    (Of course they have - that's how we measure life expectancy)
    Hmmm, 40L seems to be huge, 20L probably a bit small, so at least I know now I ned to look at maybe high 20's for size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonMac View Post
    Cheers!

    Hmmm, 40L seems to be huge, 20L probably a bit small, so at least I know now I ned to look at maybe high 20's for size.
    As I suggested go to an outdoor shop and look at them.
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    I've got one of these which hasn't worked out for me (I think the clothes storage claims are for people who don't wear high heels or require make up to look human).

    Need to get rid of it really, offers accepted and all that
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    I've got one of these which hasn't worked out for me (I think the clothes storage claims are for people who don't wear high heels or require make up to look human).

    Need to get rid of it really, offers accepted and all that
    That's tiny.

    Mind you I also have a large handbag to put make up in.
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    I've got a Swissgear. Had it for years. Highly recommended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    That's tiny.

    Mind you I also have a large handbag to put make up in.
    Yes, but in all fairness, I doubt that is going to do much for Simon Mac's street cred in Yorkshire.

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    Next project is a train commute away so I too was looking at laptop backpacks, just could not find anything that fitted the size / style I wanted.

    So I have designed one; itís currently in mid construction, parts cut, need to do some dye samples to get the colour I want.

    Suede & leather combo with contrasting colours & stitching, with laptop compartment, space for handbag, lunch bag & book, and separate compartments for travel card, water bottle & smokes. Hardware in antique bronze colour, brown suede, leather parts colour TBC with Celtic knot engraving.

    This way I get what I want & itís unique.

    Yes I do, do commissions but itís not cheap; a decent leather laptop bag is c£500 & will take 4-6 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo Jones View Post
    Next project is a train commute away so I too was looking at laptop backpacks, just could not find anything that fitted the size / style I wanted.

    So I have designed one; itís currently in mid construction, parts cut, need to do some dye samples to get the colour I want.

    Suede & leather combo with contrasting colours & stitching, with laptop compartment, space for handbag, lunch bag & book, and separate compartments for travel card, water bottle & smokes. Hardware in antique bronze colour, brown suede, leather parts colour TBC with Celtic knot engraving.

    This way I get what I want & itís unique.

    Yes I do, do commissions but itís not cheap; a decent leather laptop bag is c£500 & will take 4-6 weeks.
    Could we have a photo when finished please?
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    I've got one of these at the moment
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