USLCLA3144

Solo Sterling Carrying Case (Briefcase) for 17" Notebook - Black

Ballistic Poly, Polyester - Yes

Reg. Price $100.00

Our Price $63.05 EachEach

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Laptop portfolio features a clamshell design that separates your laptop from accessories for clear x-ray scanning while passing through airport security. Laptop compartment holds most 17" laptops. Zip-down organizer provides dedicated sections for glasses, camera and cell phone as well as business card slots, pen loops and a key fob. Front compartment features a file section to keep documents safe and organized. Zippered pockets on front of case offer an additional compartment for items you need while on the go. Easily carry portfolio with adjustable shoulder strap and carry handles.

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SKU
USLCLA3144
Manufacturer
SOLO
Manufacturer Part Number
CLA314-4
Brand Name
Solo
Product Type
Carrying Case
Color
Black
Accessibility
Clamshell
Style
Briefcase
Carrying Options
Handle
Case Features
Padded Interior
Checkpoint Friendly
Yes
Maximum Supported Screen Size
17"
Compartment Height
11.75"
Compartment Width
16.25"
Compartment Depth
1.80"
Exterior Material
Ballistic Poly
Weight (Approximate)
3.50 lb
Additional Information
  • Carry handles
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
Application/Usage
Notebook
Compatibility

Notebook - 17" Display Screen

Recycled
Yes

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Solo Sterling Carrying Case (Briefcase) for 17" Notebook - Black
 
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5.0

Vaio Laptop Bag

By cuzcuz

from Albuquerque, NM

Pros

  • Plenty of room
  • Top quality
  • Well Made

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

    Comments about Solo Sterling Carrying Case (Briefcase) for 17" Notebook - Black:

    Definitely worth the money, this bag is possibly the best laptop carrying case I've ever seen. Plenty of room even with a Vaio F-series laptop, cables, ac adapter, mice (2), and mousepad. It may not look like much in the picture on this website, but believe me, it's magnificent. I plan on using this as my goto messenger bag for school and travel. If you're thinking about a nice bag for a 17" laptop or smaller, then look no further; this is the bag for you.

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    5.0

    best dam laptop bag ever,

    By poppasmurphy

    from shelby twp

    Pros

    • plenty of space for everthing

    Cons

    • Cant think of any

    Best Uses

      Comments about Solo Sterling Carrying Case (Briefcase) for 17" Notebook - Black:

      nice bag. it has plenty of space for all the goodies, even a 17' laptop,GOOD JOB SOLO.

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