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Victorinox Luggage


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It's In The Bag

It's important to most people that their business travel luggage is both stylish and rugged. People like making a style statement and want to ensure that everything they are carryings safe from their documents to their clothes. Good luggage should be able to handle all of the rough handling associated with travelling through airports or train terminals.

The Victorinox line of luggage has basically 3 different collections to choose from. They are,

Mobilizer NXT
Werks Traveller

The top of the line of these 3 is the Tourbach line. The next level or the mid range is the Mobilizer NXT and entry level is the Werks Traveller. As with most buying decisions it comes down to budget. Most of the sales for these 3 lines fall into the Werks Traveller area, but it should be noted that all 3 lines have a lifetime warranty. Even though the entry level line starts in the $200 range, you will not have to replace it, ever. Most luggage you buy that is cheaper than this you will probably have to replace in time no doubt.

Laptop Cases and Bags

One of the biggest problems with computer travel bags is getting the right capacity that fits your computer. Another one is getting a bag that is going to provide the proper protection and have good enough quality to last a long time. The final decision will depend on a lot of factors and may well be an overwhelming task to choose from so many brands. For sure you will want to stay away from a poorly built bag that could put your devices in harms way.
It should go without saying that Victorinox builds one of the finest laptop bags available.

Once you have chosen the make you need to see how much storage the bag offers besides the laptop compartment. You will need pockets for notebooks and pads, a mouse, power supply, cd's, pens and pencils etc. You then need to look at the protection that the bag offers. Is the padding at a level that it will protect your laptop from being hit by something or dropped? Cheaper bags really skimp in this area. Another concern is protection from liquids. Whether you get caught out in the rain or someone accidentally spills something on your bag you will want a bag that protects your laptop from this.

Choosing a laptop bag is a very important decision and should not be made in haste. You are going to be carrying around a very valuable piece of equipment and spending a little more for the case is a reasonable extra expense.

Victorinox is so protective of their brand that they will only allow a handful of online merchants to sell their travel gear. It is hoped that by prescreening merchants, it will give you a sense of security knowing that the merchant is approved and working with Victorinox and if there is a problem with the item you know that it will be taken care of quickly.

My name is Allan Stewart and I have several websites dedicated to health and well being for people and pets as well as product information. Want to learn more about Victorinox products, go to: Victorinox Suitcases Or visit my website at Victorinox Products for more information on Victorinox. Also see my other articles on Kyocera: Kyocera Kyotop Damascus


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