Ultra-lightweight computer brief makes it easy to travel with your laptop. This clever combination computer bag/briefcase offers European styling, featherweight construction, a sleek nylon fabric that's incredibly durable, and sturdy wide-stance wheels that roll effortlessly through airports, offices or cobblestone streets. The main compartment contains a removable padded laptop sleeve, plus designated pockets for phone, pens, credit cards and accessories. On the outside, there's a zippered sleeve for travel documents, two carrying handles, and a detachable shoulder strap. Made of satiny-smooth, 420-denier reinforced nylon. (16 x 13 x 5"; 4.9 lb)
Please note: This bag does not come with a clear storage bag. Only the Lipault wheeled uprights and duffels come with a clear storage bag.
- More Info
The Lipault Wheeled Computer Briefcase holds up to a16" laptop in a removable, padded computer sleeve. The roomy maincompartment, with a large zippered pocket, has plenty of room for files, creditcards, pens, business cards, and your mobile phone. A piggyback strap allowsyou to slide it over the telescoping handle of your rolling luggage for easytransport.
- 2 carrying handles
- 1 large zippered pocket on the front
- 1 detachable and adjustable shoulder strap - adjusts from 40-1/2 - 52" long
- 1 piggyback strap to allow the bag to attach to an extendable luggage handle
- Luggage tag
- Removable padded computer sleeve
- Fits up to a 16" laptop
- 3 open pockets on the outside of the computer sleeve hold peripherals
- 2 webbed carrying handles
- 1 main compartment for carrying credit cards, pens, business cards, mobile phone and other items
- Larger zippered compartment
- 1 LIPAULT monogrammed lining
- Easy to maneuver
Capacity: 1037 cu in
Weight: 4.9 lb
Materials: 420 Denier Nylon
Product Type16" wheeled travel briefcase 16" laptop pocket
- Customer Reviews
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By Joel S., Rapid City, SD in September, 2011
Fits in regional jet overhead bin
I have been looking for some time for a well-built rollie that will fit in the overhead bin of a Canadian Regional jet, and this one does, no question. You cannot always trust the measurements given in catalogs or online because they often include the case dimensions without the additional inches that wheels or handles may stick out . It's very lightweight, seems well built, space enough for washable undies and extra shirt, toiletries, etc. to last a few days. My main wish is that designers of briefcases, backpacks, bags, and luggage would all learn that dark colors on the interior are a bad idea. Would def recommend this one despite that.
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