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jonasbn (1153)

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Wednesday March 07, 2007
08:29 AM

Tempting offers

[ #32606 ]

Sometimes when I have acquired a product from some vendor I sign up for announcements, newsletter etc. if the product or company is interesting enough.

I bought a booq backpack some years ago for my first TiBook, I use this back almost every day and I is has traveled with me near and far and to many YAPCs and workshops among other things...

The other day I received a newsletter from the company who produce these bags. I think I get a mail once a year or something.

Well I had a look at their new backpack - and it is really nice.

But I have one problem, my current backpack show absolutely no signs of wear and tear - it is perhaps a bit dirty.

I can only recommend a booq bag for your laptop, the only problem is that is will last for years, so you will get into awkward situations where you attempt to convince yourself that you need a new back.

Does anybody want to buy a used backpack from booq, it is only a bit dirty :)

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