2 thoughts on “Samsonite Novex Perfect Fit Laptop Backpack Black

  1. Leslie
    34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A $59 Tumi alternative. Very similar to the Briggs & Riley model KP375C-4, August 6, 2015
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    Leslie (New York) –

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    I’ve looked at a lot of business style backpacks. The best ones are Tumi and Briggs & Rilley, but we’re talking $300 to $500 for a backpack.
    Most of the backpacks in the under $100 range simply do not have that sleek, sophisticated and professional look that the high-end product have. But I think I finally found the best alternative with this Samsonite Novex, I received mine today. Well, it’s clearly not built as well as a Tumi and not as smartly laid out either. But who cares? It’s only $59 bucks! The zippers are smooth, the product has padding and a firm structure, it stands upright on the floor, it’s nicely lined and has plenty of handy pockets.
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  2. Reviewer
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Absolutely superb business-class backpack and an incredible value., July 16, 2016
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    This is one of those products that is so great that you seriously worry about the manufacturer discontinuing it.

    After purchasing and immediately returning the Samsonite Xenon 2 several years ago due to excessive bulk and what I felt was an unattractive design, I stumbled upon this model and immediately purchased it. I could not be happier with my decision.

    The Novex Perfect Fit backpack is intuitively organized, has tons of great zippered and divided compartments, conveniently stands on its own and has enough interior space for all of my needs while looking very sharp, slim, and professional for any business environment.

    I already had one friend compliment the appearance of my bag and mistake it for a Tumi or Briggs & Riley; both of which are about 6X the cost of this item and which effectively have the same utility.

    One especially unique and overlooked feature on the Novex is that the quick access top-front pocket is very similar to the handy top-front pockets what you find on Samsonite carry-on spinner luggage, which in turn is difficult to find on most other backpacks. The surprisingly roomy front compartments and main storage shell open conveniently with a “45 degree” opening that allows you access items while the bag is standing on a surface. I was especially pleased with how much you could carry in this backpack without missing a beat or adding tacky bulk.

    The only minor nit I would have about the Novex is that the straps — while comfortable and well-padded — may be a little tight for individuals with especially broad shoulders or thick arms, even when loosened all the way.

    A must-buy for any traveling professional at a killer price.

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