The Brightline B2 Compute Flight Bag is perfect for anyone who wants a small, efficient 13" computer bag. The B2 consists of the Pocket Cap Front, Center Section 2, and the Flat Cap Rear modules. It also includes the Main Handle, Shoulder Strap, and the Slim Handle Kit.
- Pocket cap front
- Center section 2
- Flat cap rear
- Main Handle
- Shoulder Strap
- Interior of CS2: 13.5" tall, 10.0" wide, 2.0 inches deep. (34cm x 25cm x 5cm)
- Exterior of entire bag: 14.0" tall, 10.5" wide, 3.75" deep. (36cm x 27cm x 9.5cm)
- Keep in mind that the bag material is flexible, so the size of the interior storage may be able to "stretch" out just a bit in one direction or another. Also keep in mind that over-stuffing your bag can cause seam or material failure, and this is not covered by warranty.
The Pocket Cap Front module offers a variety of pockets organized into three "main" pockets and six "secondary" pockets for a total of nine small pockets on the front panel. In these nine pockets you can store all the cords, cables, chargers, batteries, stylus, and memory cards etc, for all your electronic gear. In addition, you'll have room for your flight timer, fuel testers, E6B, flashlights, compact portable GPS, etc. You’ll also have room for things like your wallet, keys, cellphone, business cards, and even a digital camera!
There is also a flat half-height slip pocket on the inner surface of the module where you can stow an important document or two (like a copy of your medical) or your passport.
Center Section Two (CS2) offers two inches of storage and can store most 13" laptops and some 14" laptops. The CS2 can be accessed by opening the two zippers that open the entire rear panel. On both sides of the CS2 you will find handy D-Rings and Main Handle/Shoulder Strap quick-release clips.
The Flat Cap Rear module offers two flat pockets on the outside, and one flat half-height slip pocket on the inner surface of the module. The primary outer pocket is accessed from the top and has a cover flap that is secured with Velcro. This where you'll likely store your iPad or documents or a magazine.
There is a second flat half-height panel on the outside surface of the first one that has a zipper across the very bottom. If the zipper is closed then this half-height panel acts like a pocket. If the zipper is open then the opening at the bottom allows the telescoping tubes of a suitcase or folding cart to pass through and the panel serves to secure your bag to those tubes.
If you are looking for a small, flexible, efficient Computer bag, look no further than the Brightline B2 Compute Flight Bag!