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    Deciding on which size cafe bag...

    I'm trying to decide on which cafe bag to get. I want a bag that will fit my iPad Pro 9.7, the pencil, a Field Notes Notepad, Leatherman Style PS, Surefire Titan AAA, iPad charger, pen, and a small first aid kit. I was thinking about getting a Freudian Slip to have more organization as well. I'm not too concerned about having a lot of extra space left over, the bag's primary use is gonna be a way to carry the essential and my iPad for drawing.

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    A small cafe bag should fit this. I carry my iPad and bits sometimes in it but it is small. A medium gives you room to spare. For an all round bag, the medium cafe is probably best.


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    I'd also second a Medium cafe bag. It would hold all of that very well. A small cafe bag filled with all that might be pushing it and make it difficult to remove one item at a time.

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    You might fit all that into a SCB, but I'd go with the medium size. It'll be a little roomier and therefore easier to get your things out, and you'll have extra room for Skittles.

    If you're like me, you're going to end up with several cafe bags anyway, but start with the medium.
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    A small will work (I carry a similar list of stuff in one all the time), but a Medium will give you more room--and a large will give you room for a jacket.

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