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djknyc
09-20-2004, 11:57 AM
I've been admiring your bags for months and waited it out until I got my new 15" Powerbook. Figured this investment was worthy of a proper bag/case.

Finally took the plunge and ordered a Brain Cell ahead of the ID. Can't wait to see it!

I noticed ID's are backordered; perhaps you're amidst a new cycle of production. If so, can I slip in a humble request for a customized color scheme?

BLACK - TITANIUM - SPRUCE OR
BLACK - TITANIUM - Periwinkle.

I'm a NYC commuter so I'm cautious of getting too "colorful" on color schemes so I preordered the black-black-steel. Then I saw the Titanium and thought that would be a perfect complement to the Powerbook!

Are these possible?
Again, I'm looking forward to the ID (and B Cell) as much as I looked forward to 4G ipods.
Peace.

Darcy
09-20-2004, 02:21 PM
You'll love your ID (http://www.tombihn.com/page/001/PROD/_all/TB0805) -- it's a great bag.

I do like the idea of a Black/Black/Color ID, though. Maybe we will make a few of those in the next batch.


(Edited because apparently I'm on crack and we can make the ID in Black/Black/Titanium :) )

djknyc
09-20-2004, 04:44 PM
Originally posted by Darcy
You'll love your ID (http://www.tombihn.com/page/001/PROD/_all/TB0805) -- it's a great bag.

The Titanium fabric is used only on the
Mitre (http://www.tombihn.com/page/001/PROD/300/TB0324) and is too lightweight for the exterior of the ID. Sorry! I do like the idea of a Black/Black/Color ID, though. Maybe we will make a few of those in the next batch.

Which few do you think you'll make?
If I can, I'd like to request:
Black/Black/Silver; or
Black/Black/Spruce.

I think the former would be a nice dark/light contrast; I think the latter adds a great color combo splash -- black/"green" -esque.

Can I get one of these? I hope I get lucked out and do (also hope that I may get one of the earlier shipments off the assembly line) :)

Tom Bihn
09-21-2004, 09:31 AM
Sadly the spruce fabric is the 1000 denier nylon and therefore too heavy for lining the ID.
We could try to make one using the Titanium, but I can't promise that that will work for this application.
Unless I hear otherwise, we'll slip in a Black/Black/Titanium ID into this next batch - we'll let you know if works out.

djknyc
09-21-2004, 11:11 AM
Black/Black/Titanium sounds great. I'm definitely interested in snagging one if it does work out. Look forward to the updates!