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    9.7" Ipad Pro in top slot on Western Flyer?

    I am about to pull the trigger on my first TB bag. I'm looking at a WF, but I'm still thinking about the TS or the A30. I want this for underseat usage. My wife and I will be flying Frontier and Spirit quite a bit over the next two years going back and forth from Orlando to various locations. I won't be using it for work, and when I do, I don't mind bringing a full carry-on roll aboard since I don't pay for it. This will just be for mostly personal trips and rare business trips. I've been trying to find definitively whether a 9.7" Ipad will fit in the top slot pocket. I'd seen a video that alludes to it, but he doesn't mention whether he's using a 9.7 or a 10.5 or larger. It's unclear.

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    I have a 9.7” iPad Pro in a very slim cover. I can slide it into the top pocket of the WF and wiggle it under the top flap, but the pocket will not zip closed.

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    Excellent. Thank you. it's not a deal break at all, but something I wanted to know for sure before I ordered.

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    I just got the WF and that was the first thing I checked

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    My iPad Pro 10.5 with Smart Keyboard does fit in the top front zip of my Tristar...not sure how well the Tristar fits under the seat of a plane tho, i usually throw it in the overhead

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