Head for a travel trip in style without missing any of your camera gear by using Progo. This is a well designed carry-on backpack which can not only carry your camera gear but also pack your clothes and other necessities in a perfect way. You can keep your clothes wrinkle free clean by arranging them in the integrated removable shelf and the dedicated shoe compartment. There is a Bluetooth anti-loss device which will always keep you notified in case your luggage goes out of reach. The bag also has a power bar access from the side that can help you charge your mobile devices without removing them from the bag. You simply need to connect them to a power bar in your bag and plug the power bar cable to the wall socket via the dedicated zippered outlet at the bottom of the bag. This backpack is truly made to make life easy for a traveler.
Progo – A Revolutionary Carry-on or Camera Backpack
Returned. Total cost to return $94 You'll eat what it cost to ship it to you ($20). You'll eat a 15% restock fee and the cost to ship it to them. Be REAL SURE you want it and it meets your needs. The cost to return this is very high. Interesting bag, before returning it immediately. Has some cool features as advertised, what it lacks is finesse. The stitching has an almost uneveness to it, so even on the web photos it looks lumpy. This does not lend this owner to believe its got the engineering to last. The best way i can describe this, is to go take a well known and engineered brand like pelican, lowepro or samsonite, disassemble it and then restitch it together and thats the real appearance. It really is quite unimpressive. The bluetooth thing is a waste, too many other options for loss if thats a concern. And it seems most units are not coming with it anyway, mine didn't and no offer from the company to send it or compensate in anyway. The laptop pocket in the back is deep and dark. Cant see anything in there. There are several pockets in there to store items you'll never be able to find. You will need a flashlight to find stuff. The powerbar thing; unsure how safe it would be to have a powerbar in your bag especially if there are any paper products in the back compartment as well. Or paperclips that fall out etc. You can think of several really unsafe, scary scenarios. Outside pocket, fairly useless; the zipper opening doesnt open far enough to get your hand in it, so anything in the bottom of that pocket is going to be very hard to get. Overall its a solid $75 choice but its NOWHERE engineered in the above $125 price range. Yeah I know its listed for $349, if you pay that we need to talk. Thats a totally overblown price tag. I got it for $215 plus shipping which i think after seeing it was still way high. Set your expectations for some sloppily stitched together nylon canvas. Show less REPLY