Mobile Edge Mini Messenger Black/Red

Mobile Edge Mini Messenger Black/Red

Here’s the case everyone’s talking about! Our exclusive Mini Messenger delivers all the storage you need for your Netbook, iPad, tablet PC, portable media center, DVD or CD player, iPod, phone, PDA or other digital device.

Product Features

  • Ideal size for laptops under 13.3-Inch, all tablets including iPads, Ultrabooks, Netbooks, and portable DVD/Media players
  • Two padded compartments with super-soft nylex lining
  • Roomy interior with pockets for CDs, iPod, phone, and files
  • Easy-Access cell phone pocket, side mesh water bottle pocket, and media/MP3 pocket with pass-through headphone cable
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Lifetime Warranty

3 thoughts on “Mobile Edge Mini Messenger Black/Red

  1. Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias"
    Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias" says:

    A great Netbook/Tablet bag with a few quirks The Good:- The outer mesh cup/bottle holder is big enough to hold my perfectly.- There are plenty of pockets. I’ve provided a detailed tour in the video.- The largest pocket is well padded and has a (non-removable) padded divider. It’s big enough to hold a small laptop or tablet, a letter-sized legal pad, and still have room to spare.- There *is* a handle.The Bad/Quirky:- The shoulder strap is kind of slick. If you are prone to having shoulder straps slip off your shoulder then this could be a problem. I bought the (listed as “Frequently Bought Together” with this bag) and it helps a bit.- I’m 6’2″ and the shoulder strap is barely long enough to slip over my head so it runs across my chest/back. If you are bigger and like to carry the bag like this it may be a problem.- There is no key hook. I solved this problem the same way I always do, with a connected to an interior zipper.- There are three pen loops and they are a bit on the small side and not very elastic. For example, they hold a just fine but there’s no way my would fit.- The bag has an industrial smell that’s taking a long time to fade away.Bottom line: I bought this bag for when I didn’t have enough stuff to fill my . Now I find I’m using it almost every day.

  2. T. Horst

    If you own a 12″ laptop, this is the bag you’ve been looking for My Dell D410 fits perfectly, and there’s plenty of room for the power supply and other needed extras like a spare mouse, pens, and paperwork. I didn’t think I’d like the color, but I get complemented on it all the time.The only possible complaint about this bag is the non padded, non detachable shoulder strap. I’m ordering one of these and it should be pretty much perfect, as a removable strap isn’t that important.Addendum a year later:I still have the Dell D410 and it’s a little worse for the wear, although the bag is still looking good. I actually like the fact that it limits the amount of gear I can carry, as I’m a consultant and I get a little obsessive about being prepared for every situation (do I really need to carry three flashlights?). I should add that I take public transit nearly everywhere, so traveling light is a necessity, and this bag sees a higher than normal amount of mileage.My second bag is a Crumpler Salary Sacrifice, which is a great bag, but when I carry it, I tend to wind up carrying far too much gear.The bag itself has started showing a bit of wear from being carried on foot across the city, but after a minor amount of cleanup it looks as good as new.I should again add that the addition of a shoulder pad is practically a necessity on this, although it’s small size and light weight doesn’t necessitate much of one.

  3. Caonabo Javier Peguero "Long live and prosper"
    Caonabo Javier Peguero "Long live and prosper" says:

    Great bag for travelling light This is just perfect for my new travelling style. Given that I live in the Dominican Republic, I have to make a lot of connections through San Juan, PR Airport, therefore having to travel in the ATR propeller airplanes that have a small cabin and not much space for carry on luggage inside.This bag is perfect..I get to carry my Acer Aspire One Sub Notebook, m Bose QC3 headphones, my camera, mouse, garmin 255w GPS, connection cables, power supplies, external DVD R/W unit, file folders, keys, pens, etc, and it has 3 special compartments, one on the top front to place your MP3 player, wit a hole for the headphones, one on the side that I use for my medicines and dome TSA Approved loks for the other bagagge. Finnaly, on the other side it has a mesh pocket where you can place a bottle, which comes quite handy for travelling.It is confortable to carry, taking in account that i place more tha 15 pounds of gear in it.Final word…chose the color you want among the availables, but definatly go get this bag for travelling ligth

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