Recently I received the Everyday Waxed Canvas Tote from Oberon Designs. It arrived just before I had to leave for a conference in Washington, DC so I was happy I was going to be able to take it with me on my trip.
Believe me when I say that this tote can handle anything! It went through security check points, airplane overhead compartments, and was stuffed underneath the seat in front of me. It was able to handle everything I carried with me which included my MacBook Pro, a paperback book, my iPad Mini (in my Oberson Design Cover), a water bottle, and a couple of snack choices. I’m not saying your should load it down that much, but it worked out for me.
My only request would have been to make the shoulder straps a little longer. I could have extended them, but that would have had them holding on by only one brass stud instead of two so I decided against it.
Here is a picture of my bag. I’m done traveling for now, but I still use it to carry my things to and from work. Right now I have my MacBook Pro, regular iPad, iPad Mini (both iPads in Oberon cases), a paperback book, and a file folder full of papers inside. It is working like a champ.
Here is more about the Everyday Waxed Canvas Tote:
Heavy American made 20 oz water resistant waxed canvas duck.
Size: 12”H x 17.5” W x 6.5” deep.
Weight of tote: 1.75 lb.
Adjustable grip strap handles: maximum 12” under arm space.
Interior key ring hook.
All seams are triple stitched taped and bound.
Solid brass, durable Sam Brown studs .
Interior pockets are constructed from spill resistant, top grade ballistic nylon which is strong and lightweight.
Tooled front leather pocket: 9.25”W x 7” T
Divided interior center with 10” zippered security pocket.
Pen holder and divided pocket creating 2 medium sized pockets.
To order one for yourself and to see the available colors and designs, visit Oberon Design.
Any product you order from Oberon Design is well worth it. The products are so well made that they stand up to my daily use. I use my regular iPad as a second screen often when I am working in my office.
Do any of you have an Oberson Design product? If so, would you share your experience with it in the space below?