A bag for my laptop-which can best carry the load?

luxpurse

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I have tried carrying my laptop (pretty heavy) in my NF GM, Hampstead MM and Trevi before. So far so good but I haven't used them long enough to know the impact of the weight to my bags, esp NF that has very thin straps which I'm worried they may snap one day. Problem with Hampstead is with the strap keep sliding off my shoulder and Trevi + a laptop is way too heavy!

I am contemplating to get a Saleya as a laptop bag. Any experience to share? Appreciate your advice :smile:
 

NoSnowHere

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How about batignolles horizontal? It can accommodate A4 size folders & has wide straps. Depends on the size of your laptop though.

I wouldn't fear snapping a nf strap; each can sustain 230lbs says LV.
 

luxpurse

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Nice to hear that :smile: I guess I am too paranoid and overly concerned.... I should have more confidence in LV and its durability
 

luxpurse

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NoSnowHere & LVKeepallfan :

Thanks for your suggestion! Will try them on when I drop by LV boutique one of these days.. :smile:
 

morkum

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I'd go for the beauborg in damier, or if you want something a little less structured try the neverful.
 

luxpurse

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I would go with a bag made for carrying laptop...
I suppose that will be the most suitable for a laptop, but those designs are usually a little boxy . I want a design that doesnt look like a laptop bag yet it can carry my laptop , how greedy eh :smile:
 

luxpurse

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I'd go for the beauborg in damier, or if you want something a little less structured try the neverful.
Oh yes, something more structured is what I am looking for..

I hardly notice beauborg but it seems quite durable :smile:
 
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