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Port Zurich Toploader 15.6 Inch Black

Port Zurich Toploader 15.6 Inch Black

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Carry your laptop in style with the Port Designs Zurich Toploading Case 14/15.6". It's padded compartment protects your laptop and the synthetic leather ensures a smooth feel. Perfect for travel with a trolley strap and removable padded carry strap.


The Port Designs Zurich Toploading Case 14/15.6" is urban and modern laptop bag. Its elegant and quality design was developed at the Port Design’s creative studio in Paris. This toploading case has a padded compartment which offers optimal protection for your laptop. The large front pocket carries your accessories and any other mobile devices. There is a trolley strap on the reverse of the bag for easy travel and a removable padded carrying strap for hands free carrying. The Port Designs Zurich Toploading Case has durable metal zippers and pullers and the stylish synthetic leather exterior is brandished with a metallic Port Designs badge.

Features:

  • Large zipped front pocket with organizer
  • Two side pockets for accessories (power supply/mouse/cables)
  • Full padded structure
  • Compartment for notebook & documents
  • Adjustable & removable shoulder strap
  • Design metallic pullers & logo
  • Comfortable transport handles
  • Trolley strap

Specifications:

  • Outer Material: Synthetic Leather
  • Inner Material: 150D Polyester
  • Laptop Compartment: 32.5 x 22.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Compatibility: 14/15.6"
  • PCB: 5pcs/carton

What's In The Box:

  • Port Designs ZURICH Toploading Case 14/15.6" - Black x1

weight: 813
Dimension (Length x Weight x Height): 6 x 42 x 35
Warranty: Limited Lifetime
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