Thule Crossover TCBP-217 Backpack for 17-Inch Ultrabooks/Macbook/Pro/Air Laptop and iPad (Black)

July 17, 2013 - Comment

Thule Crossover TCBP-217 17-Inch Macbook/Pro/Air Laptop and iPAD Backpack (Black) TCBP-217 Backpack for 17″ MacBook Pro® + iPad® This durable backpack delivers dedicated organization for the work week yet is roomy enough for a trip to the gym or weekend adventure. The dedicated laptop compartment holds up to a 17″ MacBook Pro® with adjacent storage

Thule Crossover TCBP-217 17-Inch Macbook/Pro/Air Laptop and iPAD Backpack (Black)

TCBP-217 Backpack for 17″ MacBook Pro® + iPad®

Lifestyle Image This durable backpack delivers dedicated organization for the work week yet is roomy enough for a trip to the gym or weekend adventure. The dedicated laptop compartment holds up to a 17″ MacBook Pro® with adjacent storage for iPad® or other tablet device.

Specs Capacity: 1952.8 cu in Weight: 2 lb 12 oz Dimensions: 12.5 x 8.5 x 20″ Laptop compartment: 15.5 x 10.5 x 1″ Materials

This Thule product is quality tested and guaranteed for 25 years against defects in materials and workmanship.

Sturdy aluminum hardware Water-resistant, lightweight and durable exterior materials Light gray and blue lining for visibility to bag contents Dense, protective padding on all panels of the laptop compartment Back panel cushion Adjustable, padded shoulder straps with adjustable sternum strap

Sling Pack Features

Laptop and Electronics Compartment Laptop and Electronics Compartment

Rear compartment features an organization panel that stores your cell phone or iPod® in plush, lined pockets. The elevated laptop compartment holds a 17″ MacBook Pro® and has a built-in slip pocket for an iPad® or tablet device

Accessory Storage Accessory Storage

A front bulk storage pocket allows easy access to your in-transit necessities

Main Compartment Main Compartment

The roomy main compartment can house books, bulky items or a change of clothes

SafeZone™ SafeZone™

Heat-molded, crush-proof SafeZone™ compartment protects eyewear, portable electronics and other fragile gear

Shove-it Pocket™ Shove-it Pocket™

The Shove-it Pocket™ with compression straps provides additional external storage for a jacket or newspaper

Stash Pocket Stash Pocket

A bottom zippered pocket accommodates a power source or other small accessories

External Pockets External Pockets

Dual external pockets stretch to fit a water bottle and quick-grab items

Comments

PhotoGraphics says:

For the price it better be worth it. Is it? As far as someone who owns computer backpacks I am definitely not average. Due to a combination of work and generous people who think a computer backpack would be the ideal gift for me, I have a LOT of them. But none of them cost well over a hundred bucks. Can this one be worth that much?The first thing I want to say immediately is for the amount of gear this bag holds it is remarkably compact. Another way of putting it is that Thule are genuses at efficient design. I can safely say I am more pleased with the various pockets and places this bag has than any other I own.This bag is totally “today” in that it has protected zones for not only a laptop but a tablet or BOTH, instantly making it my #1 choice for overnight trips or to be used in addition to other luggage for longer trips.Two of the most impressive features are the hard-shell accessory pouch at the top, a great place to store those expensive sunglasses or other breakables, and the…

TW says:

Wow, great backpack I like the products that Thule makes. They’re sturdy and of high quality, and that’s why I was looking forward so much to getting this backpack, and I wasn’t disappointed.From the video I posted, you can see the storage space in the backpack.There’s plenty of padding to keep a laptop secure. It’ll easily fit the 17″ laptops and Macbooks. We put a 17″ HP laptop which is thicker than a Macbook and it fit just fine.The hardened storage compartment is great for sunglasses or ipods so they don’t get scratched by all the other stuff you might have in the backpack. It also makes it easy to access your ipod, headphones, sunglasses, or whatever else you might put in there.The only drawback is that the shoulder straps feel just a tight around the edges, almost like they’re angled in. That could be just a matter of having the straps too tight, and I really only feel it when putting on the backpack.Other than…

Pavahotti says:

This bag is AMAZING This is the best backpack I have ever used in my entire life.The first thing you’ll notice is how durable the materials are. This bag is SOLID. The zippers and buckles are high quality. The straps and handles are rugged yet padded and very comfortable.At first I thought this bag wasn’t that big inside, because when all the pockets are empty, it actually compresses down into a fairly compact size. Then I realized how much capacity there is. And the compartments are so smartly designed! To give you an idea: Right now the back compartment has my iPad and 15-inch MacBook (which is sitting on a built-in cushioned bottom so that it doesn’t hit the ground when I put the bag down), the middle compartment has clothing and a pair of sneakers, the outside zipper is holding my AC adapters and wires, the hard protective case on the outside top has my sunglasses and camera, and the external pocket in the middle of the bag is holding the newspaper. (And I’m not even using all…

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