Booq Viper Rush M 15" Laptop Bag - Viper Rush M 15" Laptop Bag

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More Information About Booq Viper Rush M 15" Laptop Bag - Viper Rush M 15" Laptop Bag

  • External Dimensions 38.9 x 32 x 10.4 cm
  • Weight 2.05 kg
  • Laptop Compartment Size 36.4 x 27.7 x 3.8 cm
  • Material Ballistic Nylon
  • Warranty 5 Year Warranty
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The semi-rigid Viper rush work-in laptop case is made from molded high-density foam to protect your laptop. Its oversized, premium-quality YKK zipper allows you to open the bag about 120 degrees and enables you to work while your laptop is in the bag. Special bumpers elevate your laptop and allow heat to escape. An intelligent interior layout with non-scratch neoprene pockets and compartments for your power adapter, cables, phone, iPod, keys, pens and business cards makes it easy to keep your mess organised. While quite capable of keeping up with your fast-paced day at work, at home, and everything in between, a Viper rush is not a bag for just anything, or anyone. It's an everyday bag designed to carry the most ambitious ideas: yours.

  • Ideal work-in bag, opens 120 degrees with the laptop elevated
  • Molded bumpers inside the densely padded laptop compartment elevate laptop slightly and allow heat to escape
  • Padded center divider with 1 zipper pocket and 2 neoprene slip pockets
  • Center divider can fix on top of laptop by elastic Velcro tab or can be held up and out of the way by snap buttons when using the laptop inside the bag
  • Front inside surface of bag has 2 magnetic flap closing neoprene pockets for power adaptor, mouse and other laptop accessories
  • 1 zipper pocket behind front inside surface of bag for magazines and other large items
  • Volume for document storage behind front inside surface of bag

Customer Reviews

  • “Practical & Stylish. Love the booq hardcase laptop (work in bag); its stylish, well priced and practical. I will gain much use from it and cannot find another to suit my purpose better. My only constructive criticisms are (and these may be useful design changes) to the product. A) the bottom spine on the outside of the bag is exposed and covered in a perforated material different to that of the bag. With constant wear whilst (ie standing up), it will definitely wear away and tear. Therefore two or three rubberised contact points for the spine would save the finish. I’ve done that and it works just fine. B) the shoulder strap catches on the sides of the bag. Whilst these work well from a support point of view, they tend to get in the way when the bag is left flat and being used its design purpose as a laptop (work in bag); a better placement would be at the top of the bag.”
    Wil W from Kograh Bay, NSW, Australia
  • “Strong reliable case. I purchased the viper having only seen it on the net. I struggled to find a strong, functional bag that didn't make me look like a geologist. This stood out and i have been impressed since i got my hands on it. It has plenty of 'smart' pockets and design elements. It has clearly been designed by a team who use laptops on a regular basis. The bag has exceeded my expectations. I was also pleasantly surprised by the efficiency by which rushfaster got my bag to me, ordered 2pm, received the next morning.”
    James R from Adelaide, SA, Australia
  • “Great Bag! This bag holds a fair amount of stuff for it's fairly streamlined size and profile. The first issue i had to deal with however, was to develop a packing system that allowed me to fully utilise the space offered, beyond that, this bag has served me well so far. In terms of internal space management, the pockets were fairly generic in nature allowing for us to pack whatever we want, wherever we want. The only concern i have is about the magnets holding the pockets closed, and whether or not that would adversely affect any external storage devices i might carry. For non apple notebook users, i suggest packing your power brick and cable laterally along the top of the documents sleeve, making use of that empty compartment. This would allow the bag to close without disrupting its profile as opposed to having a full load of documents and packing the power brick in one of the middle section pockets.”
    Leonard H from South Yarra, VIC, Australia