KMW62903

Kensington Carrying Case (Roller) for 17" Notebook

Abrasion Resistant, Puncture Resistant, Tear Resistant - Ballistic Nylon

Reg. Price $188.11

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Contour, overnight, roller laptop case features a flexible overnight compartment that adapts to your travel needs. Zippered, interior compartment holds enough clothes for overnight and stores toiletries in a water-resistant pocket. SnugFit laptop protection compartment suspends and snugly envelops your 17" laptop while the DropShield shock-absorbing padding keeps it protected. This removable laptop sleeve measures 29" x 4" x 38". The exterior pocket holds files or expands for more overnight room. The three-stage telescoping handle adjusts to your height. 1680 Denier Ballistic nylon protects against abrasions, punctures, and tears. Contour, panel-weight distribution system reduces shoulder, back and neck muscle fatigue.

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SKU
KMW62903
Manufacturer
Kensington Computer Products Group
Manufacturer Part Number
62903
Brand Name
Kensington
Product Type
Carrying Case
Accessibility
Top Loading
Style
Roller
Carrying Options
Handle
Case Features
Zipper Closure
Maximum Supported Screen Size
17"
Compartment Height
29"
Compartment Width
38"
Compartment Depth
4"
Exterior Material
Ballistic Nylon
Durability
Abrasion Resistant
Additional Information
  • Flexible overnight compartment adapts to maximize usable space for clothing and files
  • Zippered exterior compartment holds multiple files and can be expanded into the interior compartment for more room
  • SnugFit and DropShield protect
Application/Usage
Notebook
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
Lifetime

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Kensington Carrying Case (Roller) for 17" Notebook
 
3.0

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1.0

The wheels on the cart come off too much

By JD

from St. Louis, MO

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Ample storage
  • Great Organization

Cons

  • Wheels Not Staying On

Best Uses

  • Travel Bag Computer Bag

Comments about Kensington Carrying Case (Roller) for 17" Notebook:

I was hoping to use this for my work computer and multiple locations I travel to on a daily basis. If the wheels don't stay on and I cannot get them to stay in place, the product is useless.

Very frustrating that the product only lasted 1 week.

The rest of the bag works for me - just the wheels not staying on makes it useless.

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5.0

EXCELLENT for business travel!!

By The Event Planner

from MA

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Convenient
  • Easy Security Check
  • Fast
  • Slim

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Business travel

    Comments about Kensington Carrying Case (Roller) for 17" Notebook:

    I bought this for business travel - easy laptop accessibility for security check points, slim line to fit while wheeling down the center aisle of a plane. Worked great - fit nicely in the overhead compartment. Easy, timesaving - what we are all looking for these days right? I would definitely recommend to anyone.

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