Wenger Yukon Notebook Case by Wenger SwissGear (r) Maker of the Genuine Swiss Army Knife(tm)

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This is the only wenger bag that fits a 17 inch laptop. As a matter of fact when I first laid eyes on it I did not think it was big enough for my HP zd8000. Its not big and bulky, but its slim and sleek looking. The only thing I wish this bag had is a few more compartments. Because of the slim design I don't think I can carry everything I would want to. But if you have a big laptop, and dont carry much around its perfect! The price is well worth it. Overall I am satisfied. I will just watch what I carry around.

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I bought this bag because i like the looks of it and it was the right dimensions for my laptop and books and its even water resistant (proof?). The only thing I don't like about it is the strap doesn't have swivel points so you can unwrap the twisted parts while you're walking, you've gotta stop and take it off. I am also a student so its somewhat frustrating with all my books at times. Not bad overall, but may not be the best for a book carrying student.

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durable and formal laptop case

by CNJ on 7/2/2008

This case/bag looks formal yet durable. I've been using one of these to carry my 17" laptop in for a year. After a year, the outside fabric looks just slightly dusty, simply because I've never dusted it. Also the outside fabric has slight wrinkles to it. Overall, the appearance is still pretty good. The case is just the right size, not too bulky yet has enough compartments for things. Read More

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Not great for my Toshiba 15" wide screen

by DaChickenLady on 10/31/2008

On one hand, this bag looks great and has a very durable exterior. On the other hand, I am surprised there isn't more padding and disappointed at the flimsiness of the interior pockets. I bought this bag because I will eventually get a 17" laptop; but it is awkward to carry my 15" wide screen in this bag. I also don't like the zippered accessory bag that is supposed to fit in the main compartment. It fits awkwardly with my 15" laptop and I wonder if it will scratch the cover of a 17" laptop. Read More

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Product Overview

Wenger ® Maker of the Genuine Swiss Army Knife™ Single Gusset Computer Bag: black; poly; fits most 17" notebooks; protective compartment; zip down computer access; all business organizer; front quick pocket; removable accessory pouch

Specifications

Manufacturer Swiss Gear by Wenger
Mfg Part# WA-7410-02
SKU 201701031
UPC 092837741027
UPC 14 00092837741027
Sales Rank 6530
Features
Padded Computer Compartment / Zip-Down Computer Access / Quick Pocket / Removable Accessory Pouch / Reinforced Ergonomic Handle / Business Organizer / Tear Resistant Shoulder Strap / Limited Lifetime Warranty
Fits Most 17" Notebooks
Tech Specs
Product Type Carrying Case
Manufacturer Part Number WA-7410-02F00
Manufacturer Website Address www.wengerna.com
Manufacturer Wenger, North America
Product Name Swissgear Swiss Army Yukon Notebook Case
Product Line YUKON
Brand Name Wenger
Additional Information Includes protective compartment Zip-down computer access All business organizer Front quick pocket and removable accessory pouch
Application/Usage Notebook
Package Contents .
Compatibility Notebook - 17" Display Screen
Weight (Approximate) 4.26 lb
Color Black
Height 13"
Width 6"
Depth 16"
Exterior Material Polyester
Accessibility Top-loading
Maximum Screen Size Support 17"
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