3 thoughts on “SOLO 15.6″ Computer Hyrbid Briefcase Backpack, Grey, UBN310-10

  1. Adam J Olmstead
    44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best of both a briefcase and a bookbag, December 12, 2014
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    This review is from: SOLO 15.6″ Laptop Hyrbid Briefcase Backpack, Grey, UBN310-10 (Personal Computers)
    The best bag! I work in an office and need to look professional, but I also ride a motorcycle most days to work. So I needed a brief case to look the part, and a book bag to hold it securely when riding. This bag is the best of both styles of bag!

    • Extremely well built
    • Great look
    • Quality zippers
    • Trendy & tough fabric
    • Easy to use in both brief case and book bag modes
    • Holds items in securely in pockets even when turned upright, while wearing it like a book bag.
    • The perfect size
    • The extra handles on the side and top make it easy to maneuver
    • Top notch customer service
    • Best in class warranty

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  2. Hillary Murray
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    love the pockets, October 30, 2014
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    This review is from: SOLO 15.6″ Laptop Hyrbid Briefcase Backpack, Grey, UBN310-10 (Personal Computers)
    Edit: After using this bag for almost a year it has held up spectacularly. A+ purchase, I only wish it came in more colors!

    Pros: love the pockets, there is enough space for everything you would possibly need for your day. I’m traveling soon and I was able to fit my MacBook retina 15 in laptop, surface pro 3, kindle, 3ds, Samsung galaxy note 3, passport, wallet, pens and pencils, and chargers for everything. It’s all neat and organized with room for more if I need it. The bag conversion will be very useful on the plane since I prefer messenger bags but find them cumbersome in the small aisle. All of the straps seem sturdy and I have no fear of them breaking while I move about although the handle for carrying it like a briefcase came a little frayed on one side. I like that there is a strap to keep my laptop from shifting around too much and although the padding feels a little thin to me it’s more that enough to keep my laptop safe from everyday bumps.

    Cons: my only real complaint is the fabric. The entire bag is made of this scratchy, coarse canvas fabric that is very unpleasant to touch and is about as noisy as your average raincoat. I don’t know how well it will hold up over time, but it feels study enough. The zippers got caught in loose threads from their inseam twice since I got this bag five minutes ago, so if there is a part that is going to fall apart I would bank on these. The padding on the backpack straps is very cushioned, which I like, but is also very scratchy and irritating to my skin. I would not recommend it for use on bare shoulders, but that’s were the other carry forms come in.

    All and all I am happy with my purchase and look forward to using this bag.

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  3. endlesswonderofreading
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great backpack…if a bit too big…, September 2, 2014
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    This review is from: SOLO 15.6″ Laptop Hyrbid Briefcase Backpack, Grey, UBN310-10 (Personal Computers)
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    So, the Solo Urban Laptop Case/Backpack is touted as a backpack for the “serious professional”. Now, I’m less serious professional and more serious college student with an hour and half commute to school by bus. Plus, my campus is huge so I often half to walk from one side of the university to the other way far off side. Needless to say, I need a backpack that is big enough for me to hold all of my things, sturdy enough that it won’t break, and comfortable enough to not give me back pain. The Solo Urban Laptop backpack mostly fits this bill.

    The Good: I really love all of the pockets in this backpack. There are pockets for your laptop and notebooks, pockets if you want to fit a tablet in there; a smaller pocket for things such as wallets, and a minuscule pocket for pens, pencils, makeup and a student id (if you’re me). Another great thing about this backpack is that it transforms from briefcase, to messenger bag, to backpack. You can hide the backpack straps into a pocket on the back if you’re using it as a briefcase or messenger bag. This is great for those who are going to need the backpack aspect of this for more rigorous transportation and for those whose load won’t be that heavy on a specific day and would rather have a messenger bag.

    I also really loved the color of this backpack. It wasn’t boring black, but rather a faded kind of gray. More pleasing to the eye if you’re a college student who loves color.

    Despite all of the great things about the Solo Urban Laptop Case/Backpack, there is one thing that prevents me from loving this backpack and therefore using it daily…it’s way too big. I’m well aware that things like size are subjective, but I’m petite. I’m about 5’1 and this backpack just positively drowns me. It looks big and bulky on my back.

    Due to this personal flaw, I won’t be using this backpack as much as I like. I’ll use my trusty Dakine for my daily treks into my large university and use the Solo Urban Laptop bag for when I need a more professional looking backpack.

    I still recommend this backpack, though for those who are taller than me or are not bothered by being ALL backpack. It’s still pretty great.

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