The busy traveling season is upon us, and that means long lines and waiting for folks to pull out their laptop and run it through the scanner. Fortunately, the TSA has been approving a line of “Checkpoint friendly” laptop bags that will hopefully speed up the security check process – at least for those who planned ahead!
One of those new Checkpoint friendly bags is Tom Bihn’s Checkpoint Flyer, which I’ll be reviewing over the next week. My initial impressions: top-knotch quality, roomy, and light. I just showed off the bag to a colleague of mine that travels a great deal and you should have seen her eyes light up. She wants one bad!
We’ll also be giving away one of these Checkpoint Flyers, so stay tuned for that contest.
Meanwhile, checkout this video (after the break) of the Checkpoint Flyer going through the security scanner.
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