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    I use a Mini - mine holds charger, cord, auto...

    I use a Mini - mine holds charger, cord, auto adapter, ear buds, and a Tom Bihn ultra suede cloth.

    Q-Kits have an amazing TARDIS-like quality (kind of mini versions of the Aeronaut :))
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    Sounds like an improvement, but could the mail go...

    Sounds like an improvement, but could the mail go into the Swift or DLBC? Or even the tote? If all the other bags can go over your shoulders, carrying just the pizza box in your hands should be...
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    My bags went to Kyoto for two weeks. They had fun...

    My bags went to Kyoto for two weeks. They had fun :)

    We were upgraded to an enormous suite at the Westin Miyako and the bags had their own room:

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    Wearing the Black Dyneema Packing Cube...
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    IN love with Burnot Orange Aeronaut 45

    We recently spent two weeks in Kyoto. I traveled with my Aeronaut 45 and Pilot. I had no trouble fitting the Aeronaut into the overheads (we were on Embraer 190s and Boeing 777s). Ground crews who...
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    Thanks for the suggestions, backpack. For my...

    Thanks for the suggestions, backpack. For my current glasses (wire frame eyeglasses and aviator sunglasses) a small pouch is sufficiently wide, but the height is a little much, making it more bulky...
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    1. SCB in various colors as EDC (see signature),...

    1. SCB in various colors as EDC (see signature), Black Dyneema/Wasabi Pilot or Forest/Steel Zephyr as computer bag, WF as travel bag for2-3 day business trips.
    2. Reading Jim Butcher's Dresden...
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    Can't speak directly to the Tri-star, but I just...

    Can't speak directly to the Tri-star, but I just bought a Burnt Orange A45. That's a big bag and Burnt Orange is awesome! I think the depth of BO gives you a colorful bag that is actually quite...
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    I agree about the contrast. I ordered a couple of...

    I agree about the contrast. I ordered a couple of Q-kits and one was Coyote (the other was Burnt Orange, but that's another story ;) ). It's truly a beautiful rich color when you see it in person. I...
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    I'm going to resurrect this thread, since I'd...

    I'm going to resurrect this thread, since I'd still love to see a Tom Bihn eyeglasses pouch.

    A couple of things happened recently that made me think about this again. First, I lost a pair of...
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    The sticky thread link seems to be broken.

    The sticky thread link seems to be broken.
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    I have both a 13" Macbook Air (late-2010) and a...

    I have both a 13" Macbook Air (late-2010) and a 15" Macbook Pro (mid-2014). I use the MBP mostly at home or if traveling by car. I love the Retina screen and the size of the screen: it's great for...
  12. +1 Once I discovered Tom Bihn and pouches and...

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    Once I discovered Tom Bihn and pouches and packing cubes, packing became much simpler. For the past few years I was traveling for 2-3 days almost every week (it's gotten less crazy this year)....
  13. I'm not happy with the new Macbook. Using USB-C...

    I'm not happy with the new Macbook. Using USB-C is fine and I looked at the Apple store and the multipart adapters (with power, USB, and a VGA or HDMI port) look reasonably sized. But I love the...
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    It turned out I needed to buy a new cache (for a...

    It turned out I needed to buy a new cache (for a new, different-sized work laptop). So I logged onto the site and discovered the announcements... Somehow it didn't seem right to buy just a cache :)...
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    Years ago I always used a Waterman fountain pen....

    Years ago I always used a Waterman fountain pen. Then I decided I wanted to be able to write very small, so I used Rapidographs. Tired of pens leaking on planes, I switched to Staedtler Lumocolor...
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    I usually stow my WF in the overhead because I...

    I usually stow my WF in the overhead because I typically have another bag for computer, etc. (either an Imago or a Pilot). But once I was on a flight and there was no room in the overhead for a...
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    What a great thread! Like nukediver, I'm...

    What a great thread!

    Like nukediver, I'm reading John Elliot Gardner's Bach gradually. A wonderful book by a great interpreter of Bach.

    I'm working my way through Jim Butcher's Dresden Files...
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    Glad to read about fitting all of this in....

    Glad to read about fitting all of this in. Tomorrow I get to go on my first trip with my new Pilot (will my Western Flyer and Imago get jealous?) and I was hoping to pack a change of clothes,...
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    I can't believe I missed this thread too :) 1....

    I can't believe I missed this thread too :)

    1. Western Flyer - This was my second Tom Bihn bag. I use it nearly every week for business travel (2-3 day trips) by air, weekends by car or train, and...
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    Wow, I had no idea about flashlights :) I always...

    Wow, I had no idea about flashlights :) I always had a couple of Maglites, one for home and one for the car. I used to have a Maglite solitaire on my keychain, decided it was too long and switched to...
  21. I also love the Sena Ultra Slim. It affords some...

    I also love the Sena Ultra Slim. It affords some protection, has a great feel, and keeps the iPhone free of dust and crud. I carry my iPhone in my pocket and am pretty careful, so rarely drop it....
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    This is so sad. Cork is such a lovely fabric: the...

    This is so sad. Cork is such a lovely fabric: the natural patterns are amazing. So glad that I have my olive and cork Imago, and cork mini pouches. Here's hoping that the manufacturer will resolve...
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    I have lots of minis :) I use a couple for...

    I have lots of minis :)

    I use a couple for collecting other people's business cards, a couple for holding 2-3 USB sticks, one for a bluetooth headphone, and one for iPhone stuff (car charger,...
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    I agree with flitcraft. The loop handle is really...

    I agree with flitcraft. The loop handle is really helpful for picking the bag up (e.g., from the trunk, under the airplane seat, from the overhead bin). And I use the open back pocket all the time,...
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    Glad I have my Olive/Cork and Cardinal/Hemp...

    Glad I have my Olive/Cork and Cardinal/Hemp Imagos. I use one of them almost every day. One is set up for my Macbook Air and the other for my PC (that way I don't forget to shift cables, adapters,...
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