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    Freudian Slip - how does it secure in a bag like the Synik 30?

    Iíve got my Synik 30 preorder coming next month, and Iím trying to piece together what I may want with it. I think the FS is a possibility, but I canít tell if that secures in the bag or not. Also, will a smaller FS fit well in an S30?

    Thanks.

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    Hi @father_dawg , I almost always use a FS in my Synik 30 as I like the additional organization. The FS for the Synik 30 fits snug in the bag and doesn‘t move around. You could certainly use smaller Freudian Slips as well depending on what you want to carry.
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    Thanks for the reply. But it doesn’t secure with anything, right? Like there’s not a snap for loop handle or anything? It just slides in?

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    Correct, it just slides in and is easily pulled out by the loop at the top.
    Last edited by Wanderlust77; 07-20-2020 at 08:57 AM.

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    I never felt the need to secure the FS in any of the bags I use it. But if you would like to you could use the internal tie-down straps of the Synik to fasten it to the backpanel. I just tried it and it works. However, one of the reasons I love the FS is that you can take it out so easily while all the bits and pieces you use it for stay put.
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    That's great; thanks for the info, everyone! I'd rather pile everything into one order than place multiple orders over time and pay shipping, so now I need to see if there's an FS in a color I like for my upcoming Synik.

    Thanks again!

    EDIT: well, I just noticed that the slip isn't even in stock right now, so I'll have to wait for a little bit on it anyway.
    Last edited by father_dawg; 07-20-2020 at 07:31 AM.

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