KMW62348

Kensington Contour Carrying Case (Roller) for 17" Notebook - Black

Ballistic Nylon

Reg. Price $159.13

Our Price $114.64 Each

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Roller case with ergonomic design delivers go-anywhere comfort and protection and accommodates most laptop screens up to 17". SnugFit protection system provides superior notebook computer safety. Five-stage telescopic handle shifts weight onto the wheels for easier roller navigation and adjusts to your height. In situations where the case needs to be carried, the Contour system helps reduce shoulder and neck fatigue by up to 35 percent. 1680 Denier Ballistic nylon protects against abrasions, punctures, and tears. Roller case also includes a convenient compartment for on-the-go access to aircraft tickets, expandable utility pockets for water bottles and zip-front access compartment for key items. Padded back compartment keeps peripherals from poking through. Endorsed by American Chiropractic Association.

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SKU
KMW62348
Manufacturer
Kensington Computer Products Group
Manufacturer Part Number
62348
Brand Name
Kensington
Product Type
Carrying Case
Color
Black
Accessibility
Clamshell
Style
Roller
Carrying Options
Handle
Case Features
Telescoping Handle
Maximum Supported Screen Size
17"
Compartment Height
13"
Compartment Width
16.50"
Compartment Depth
3"
Exterior Material
Ballistic Nylon
Additional Information
  • Handle provides lighter pulling weight due to a more upright case position
  • Ballistic nylon protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • Convenient compartment for on-the-go access to aircraft tickets, expandable utility pockets
Application/Usage
Notebook
Recycled
No

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5.0

They thought of everything!

By Road Runner

from Virginia

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Pros

  • A place for everything
  • Curved For Shoulder Carry
  • Great Space For Cords
  • My Office On Wheels
  • Strap When You Need It
  • Unique Comfortable Handle

Cons

  • Didn't Buy It A Year Ago

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

    I should have known to expect such great quality from Daytimers, but every new feature was a delightful surprise. The designer must run through airports too!

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