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    My Side Effect and Sketchbook.




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    My Alphaviolet TC hanging out with a few of my other favorites, while my car has a service appointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceepee View Post
    So, after coffee, I bimbled over to the park to wait on my other half who was having a works BBQ nearby. I figured the light would be better outside to take some more photos of my new Mars Red Brain Bag ....

    Here it is in all itís glory


    Ready for itís close up.... I love having somewhere to stow my damp brolly.


    Left front pocket is perfectly laid out for my tech stuff. A Cubelet fits nicely in the side pockets. Using this pocket for tech is handy for when I need to be tethered to my power pack ....



    Right front Pocket is my useful Ďstuffí pocket, the collapsible cup fits nicely up top (but I really need to steal my other halfís red one, Iíve already purloined his cutlery Your Photos Are Needed)


    Top pocket for easy access to stuff like tissues, hand wipes, mints and my Qliplet.

    The main compartments I need to sort out some packing cubes for I think, they contain waterproof and warm layers, my water bottle, snacks, shopping bag and iPad cache.....


    NOTE: for any Brain Cell users thinking of replacing an older bag, the webbing for attaching a BC is no longer present in either of the main compartments.

    I should confess that I very recently rehomed a black Cordura Brain Bag that just didnít seem to work for me. However, I couldnít resist this colour combo so Iím hoping that a few EDC changes that Iíve made recently (FINALLY!! Iíve managed to find a battery pack with a Lightning cable input! Also, Cubelets, to corral all the bits and bobs) will do the trick.

    Still not loving those front and centre webbing straps. They just donít work well with my preferred water bottle (Camelbak Chute), I feel the upper webbing is too close to the clip. I cut them off my last B.B., but Iím trying to resist doing that again Your Photos Are Needed


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    Thank you so much for the great pictures, what brand is the cutlery

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    Hi @backpack. The cutlery is the GoBites Duo by Humangear GoBites ? humangear


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    My Small Cafe bag at a cafť (okay, Starbucks, but still...)


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    Unboxing my new Cadet with a few extras including a BackPack Packing Cube (for my WF).
    What a glorious day.
    This will replace my trusty LCB that I’ve had for nearly 5 years.
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    Cadet(EDC), Large Cafť Bag, WesternFlyer w. Packing cubes, Side Effect, Small Travel Tray, Clear Organiser Wallet.

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    My new s19 and I are packed for 4 days in NJ for Thanksgiving. My s19 (one bag travelling) was actually half empty, but it is like 40s in NJ and coming from 70s gulf coast weather I needed a puff coat. So I have a puff winter coat stuffed in the top half.

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    Grateful to have my son home... happy he brought his Black Brain Bag!

    I'm so appreciative of the amazing TB community... though I'm not on here as much as I'd like these days. For those of you who celebrate, Happy Thanksgiving!


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    Spent a little time this morning in the bag cave doing some organizing. A place for everything and everything in itís place. Not shown: My other S25, all the organizer pounces in my other S25 and my medium cafe bag.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ceepee View Post
    So, after coffee, I bimbled over to the park to wait on my other half who was having a works BBQ nearby. I figured the light would be better outside to take some more photos of my new Mars Red Brain Bag ....

    Here it is in all itís glory
    Hi ceepee: I thought the weird webbing straps in the middle were for the umbrella. Does it not fit there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWeaves View Post
    Hi ceepee: I thought the weird webbing straps in the middle were for the umbrella. Does it not fit there?
    Hi, this particular umbrella was just easier to slip into the mesh pocket. Itís skinnier than the red Davek umbrella I now carry and the wrist loop is really long so I had to cinch it up the webbing really tight otherwise it dropped through the bottom strap and dangled really low.

    Also, I intended to use the webbing for a water bottle, but I find it easier to carry that inside. I find that the clip is a bit too close to the top webbing strap to make it possible to just unclip my bottle and slide it up Ďní out.




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    Bag cave! I didn’t even know there was such a thing. Now I need one.
    Cadet(EDC), Large Cafť Bag, WesternFlyer w. Packing cubes, Side Effect, Small Travel Tray, Clear Organiser Wallet.

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    My Hero's Journey and Ristretto accompanied me to Norway earlier this year:
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    Guide's Pack

    My Guide's Pack on the way back home from a business trip. The vertical Freudian Slip helped me to organize the laptop and other office stuff. I absolutely love the style of this bag: clear lines, wonderful colors, distinguished materials and finish but still a down-to-earth appearance. And most important: it carries great!
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    ...spread joy in your neighbourhood
    current bags: Smart Alec, Guide's Pack, Guide's Edition S25, Luminary 15, Daylight Backpack, Aeronaut 45, Tri-Star, Road Buddy 36, Daylight Briefcase, Small Yeoman Duffel, bits and pieces

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    My s19 waiting to board for home on the gulf coast. My verdict? I liked the s19 capacity wise, but the straps just absolutely killed my shoulders and upper back. I thought since I am only 5ft it would be perfect; apparently my s25 fits wayyyy better. The waist strap on the s19 was awkward even my small frame.

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