Fits all my tech stuff (chargers, usb-c dongles, backup hd, 2fa tokens, hdmi/chromecast, screenwipes, etc). Fits perfectly and works well with packing cubes, shirt protector, and a dopp + passport holder.
Why do I love and use these products? They are FUN! Clever and innovative design. Great workmanship and materials. Be sure to watch videos to be sure you are aware of ALL the cool features. Review from time to time since new needs arise depending on travel circumstances AND you will likely be surprised how Minaal’s clever design will probably accommodate those new uses. This product can be easily interchanged and used to suit the particular travel configuration I’ve adopted for that trip.
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
• Net weight (w/ dividers): 125g / 4.41oz
• L x W x H: 20 x 15 x 5 cm / 7.87 x 5.9 x 1.97 in
• 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 Carry-on, Daily, and Rolltop
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.
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