PROS: Good design, light weight, but tough, and big capacity with carrying 17 inch my Apple PC everywhere.
CONS: No Cons, but I eager to put a side handle on.
(Posted on 4/16/14)
PROS: Airport friendly, enough pockets, roomy interior, strap for securing bag to rollerboard and quality construction.
CONS: a little heavy when fully loaded with laptop.
(Posted on 7/23/13)
PROS: Nice laptop backpack, seems very well made. I've only taken one trip with it so far and it was a snap going through security. Pockets for everything and quite comfortable to carry.
I looked around for a while and considered spending 2 - 4x the price for the Tumi bag but in the end think that the Travelpro is its match in terms of functionality and construction.
CONS: The velcro strap to connect the bag to a rollaboard is designed to work with the new narrower handled bags. No easy way to connect the bag to my existing rollaboard other than anadd-on hook (in front).
(Posted on 4/13/13)
PROS: Perfect for traveling and accommodated my Apple 13 inch laptop. Plenty of space for accessories and additional gadgets.
(Posted on 4/4/13)
PROS: Lots of storage, can overnight with just this bag and still have room for work stuff!
CONS: Not a one.......................
(Posted on 2/14/13)
PROS: I purchased the SwissGear Travel Gear ScanSmart Backpack 1900 along with the Zuca and the Travelpro Crew 9 Business Backpack to determine which was best suited for my business and personal travel. The SwissGear (SG) is the #1 rated laptop backpack on ebags.com, the Travelpro (TP) came recommended by a colleague and garners consistently high marks across the industry, and the Zuca line (in general) intrigued me. The Zuca did not compare to either of the other two bags in terms of its build quality, the materials used and its functionality. Combined with the fact that the Zuca is also a $100 backpack, the Zuca was the first cut.
The SwissGear and Travelpro are virtually identical in their form, functionality and quality of build. The TP overall is a more professional, less casual backpack and is constructed of slightly higher quality materials. The TP also costs twice as much as the SG. The three reasons I chose the Travelpro over the SwissGear are as follows: 1.) I prefer the TP’s more refined styling and superior build quality; 2.) the TP includes a built-in keychain clip; 3.) the TP has a strap to attach to your carry-on luggage.
• Large backpack capable of holding all of your travel gear and electronics
• Top notch construction and materials used
• Elegant, refined look appropriate for business and personal use
• TSA approved laptop compartment allows you to keep your laptop IN your bag as you go through the airport screening process
• Includes built-in strap to attach to any two-post carry-on luggage telescoping handle
Final thoughts: Both the SwissGear and Travelpro are excellent laptop backpacks. Both are of similar size and function. The SwissGear is a “casual first” backpack that is appropriate for business use, whereas the Travelpro is a “business first” backpack that also functions extremely well for personal use.
• This bag may be too large for some people’s uses
• This bag may not be casual enough (i.e. college students) for some people’s uses
• Has a higher price point without reaching the “designer stratosphere” of cost
• Only comes in two colors: black and grey, which may be a deterrent to some
(Posted on 2/12/13)
PROS: The best backpack I have ever owned. Great design, materials, fit, finish and function are superb!
Buy this item if you value quality. The value is outstanding!!!
CONS: Perfect bag!!
(Posted on 8/30/12)
PROS: This is simply the best backpack I've every owned. I wish that I had purchased Travel Pro 10 years ago. I have a feeling that I would still be using it. The product is high quality, great design, very functional, capacity is well used and the bag features great fit and finish!!
CONS: Perfect bag..
(Posted on 8/30/12)
PROS: Quality construction-Well designed pockets- protects laptop-sleek design-durable-multi functional- superb- BEST backpack for business use by far!!!
CONS: Perfect bag... period
(Posted on 8/27/12)