Keep your gear safe and organised on the move. Collect your key productivity tools in a protective, easy-to-carry case that can be instantly retrieved from your bag – and packed away at a moment's notice.
Includes adjustable/removable dividers.
- Can be used to store and organize your electronics, cosmetics, toiletries or other small personal items Includes elastic mesh pockets and adjustable/removable dividers
- Built from 150D Bean Chaff, with high-density EVA foam protective walls
- Fits inside the Minaal Carry-on 2.0 and Daily Bag
- Net weight (w/ dividers): 125g / 4.41oz
- L x W x H: 20cm x 15cm x 5cm / 7.87in x 5.9in x 1.97in
This second paragraph is where some companies might list their endless conditions, exclusions, and sub-clauses to their reckless first sentence. But we’re big believers in common sense – a defect is a defect – and we won’t use legal jargon as a rock to hide under when you come knocking. Problems with our gear are incredibly rare, but we know how good it feels to have a solid warranty backing you up when you’re on the road. If any of our gear falls short of our high quality-control standards, we’ll make it right.
Ultimately, any gear that takes a severe beating over a long period of time will eventually show signs of wear and tear. This isn’t considered a defect – but drop us a line if you’re in doubt, and we’ll be straight with you either way.
If you're in the U.S. and want to request a warranty refund or replacement, you can do it here.
If you live outside the U.S. and have a warranty issue, it's best to contact us directly.
I used to carry a lot of tech crap. I pared it down but still struggled. Eventually, I bought the Toolcase XL and had enough space, but still … something wasn't right. After I saw that a teammate was doing his entire week of travel out of a Minaal Daily Bag I decided I would too. That meant going back to the original toolcase.
I had to embrace the philosophy of minimalism that this tool case, and the entire system encompasses. I asked myself, "What do I really need for the week?" Then I arrived at my system, and have been happier ever since. Here's what I carry in my Toolcase:
+ BatPower MacBook Pro Charger (makes it easier to plug into a crowded power strip and includes a couple of USB-C ports)
+ Amazon Fire TV Stick (works well on hotel Wi-Fi, provides privacy against logins, and prevents logging in every week to someone else's system)
+ USB-C to USB-A adaptors (they’re tiny)
+ Multi-type charging cable (for Lightning, USB-C, and micro USB)
+ Another lightning cable
+ Apple Watch charger
+ Remote PowerPoint pointer/clicker
+ Spare AAA batteries
Obviously convenient. Clearly useful. But I've found packing up the toolcase the same way every day is a great way to make sure I don't leave behind a charger or cable. The moveable dividers inside are really helpful - I removed one and just have two "compartments". I also have used a second toolcase for my over-ear headphones (Bose bluetooth) that fold down flat and fit nicely along with their charger and an old cable so I can use them on flights.
I was surprised by what I was able to carry with this bag. I was able to carry my universal outlet converter, camera charger, cables, USB to USB-C, converter and earphones along with memory cards and a couple of batteries and a SIM tray ejector tool among a couple of other smaller knickknacks.
Great to keep all of my charging cords and speaker in one place and not tangled! I put it in the bigger top pocket in my 2.0 and it fits perfectly and easy to get to on the plane/train
What was it that Archimedes said? Give me charging cables, and a good way to organize them, and I can move the world? Something like that. I like organization, especially when I'm traveling a lot. It's helpful to have one dedicated place to put all your electronic gear, and the toolcase is perfect for that. I like especially like that I can move the compartments around to fit my laptop charger, earbud cases, and various dongles. The compact shape of the organizer is perfect- because it zips up nicely in a cube, it's very easy to throw into the Carryon or Daily or a roller bag. It's like a special padded packing cube (also get some Minaal packing cubes - they're the truth).
The only rough thing is that this case only comes in black. The color blends in a little too well with an airplane seat, making it verrrry easy to overlook and leave behind when you're coming off a long flight. I learned this the hard way! I love Minaal's minimalistic style and coloring, but this is the one piece I wish had a little more flash (maybe even just a Minaal blue stripe somewhere), so it's easier to spot, whether in your bag or on an airplane seat.