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Tuesday, 29 January 2008 11:54

Turtle hard bags powered by Vax

Written by Sanjin Rados
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DistreeXXL: Close to Club3D


We finally had a chance to touch one of the Vax new fashion IT bags. It is a really heavily armored bag with a nice green turtle on the box. At Distree XXL bags are a very popular product, as we always need one of them.

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Vax has a number of them, from sleeve to 17-inch bags, and some parts of the larger bags are detachable. They look quite fancy and fashionable. The biggest format is 17-inch, but we also found small 12-inch ones.

They look expensive, and they use some nice materials that at the same time they are completely different from the competition. If you are after a bag that looks expensive and unique and you are concerned about the security of transporting your notebook, here is how they look. 

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Last modified on Wednesday, 30 January 2008 02:41
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