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Tom Bihn ships Zephyr notebook briefcase

updated 09:55 am EDT, Thu June 14, 2007

Zephyr notebook briefcase

Bag, pack, and briefcase manufacturer Tom Bihn has introduced its Zephyr medium-sized briefcase for Apple's MacBook Pro 15.4-inch notebook. The Zephyr features "smart" pockets, pouches, and dividers for quick access and organization alongside the ability to add the Tom Bihn Brain Cell hard-sided laptop case as a protective interior compartment for a notebook. The briefcase, which is made from 1050 denier ballistic nylon and 500 denier Cordura, comes in several color combinations which include black, "steel," olive green, "hunter" green, deep blue, crimson, and others. A horizontal zippered pocket is designed to store DVDs or small electronics, and a vertical zippered pocket aims to provide quick access to a cellular phone. Tom Bihn's Zephyr briefcase is available for $140.




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  1. broohaha22

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    hrmm...

    Looks a lot like the empire builder. Is Tom running out of ideas?

  1. darcyh

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Very true

    The Zephyr *is* a smaller version of the Empire Builder. Many customers loved the unique features of the Empire Builder but found it too big: they wanted a smaller version of it. :)

    -- Darcy from TOM BIHN

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