Looking for a stylish case or bag for your stylish MacBook Air? The WaterField Designs MacBook Air Wallet that I reviewed last year is a potential but if you are looking for a different style, you should check out their newest product range, the CitySlicker.
The compact CitySlicker provides 3 layer protection for your Apple MacBook Air while still maintaining the slimness factor, so your MacBook Air can still be.. a MacBook Air.
This urban-look MacBook Air Case is made with impact-resistant plastic, high-grade neoprene, and a padded liner. According to Gary Waterfield, the company founder, they wanted to enhance the thin-look of MacBook Air rather than detracting from it. Thus, the CitySlicker is thin, yet delivers a good amount of protection to the MacBook Air inside.
It is available in 2 different sizes for both 11″ and 13″ MacBook Air, along with customisable options upon purchase. Shipping begins on the 28th of May 2012, but you can start pre-ordering now.
I have been eyeing the Gear Pouch and the iPod Traveling Cases at www.sfbags.com. Their stuff is durable and gender neutral.
Very cool looking bag site sent by Brian Oberkirch. I am particularly impressed with the computer bag and the overall construction. I’ve never seen one of these in the flesh though. From what I can tell, the gold liner seems very nice for finding your stuff in low light conditions. Beside the awesome assortment of bags for just about everything you can imagine, these seem like a definite bag to try sometime.
WaterField Designs, an innovative leader in custom laptop sleeves, and designer bags and cases for digital-minded professionals, announces the Muzetto Outback, a waxed canvas version of the popular Muzetto™ line. The Outback is available in dark brown canvas that gains character over time, a choice of six accent colors and five sizes — two designed specifically for the new Apple iPad. The Muzetto Outback is available for pre-order today and will begin shipping by March 26, 2012. All WaterField Designs bags are made entirely in San Francisco.
Originally used for waterproofing sailing garments and popularized by mariners, gamekeepers, and outdoorsmen, waxed canvas is a naturally durable, time-tested fabric that brings a rugged and weathered look to the new Muzetto Outback. The bag is sewn in small batches to take full advantage of the material’s unique characteristics; working the fabric during production brings out its distressed quality.
Tombé par hasard sur le site de Waterfield au cours de ma recherche de la sacoche parfaite, je suis tombé sous le charme de leur modèle Muzetto. Excellente nouvelle : il est disponible depuis peu au format 15 pouces, taille de mon MacBook Pro !
Après quelques questions auprès d’un très sympathique membre de l’équipe de Waterfield, je passais commande avec quelques craintes : pas facile de faire se genre d’achat sans n’avoir jamais pu voir et essayer le produit.
Le modèle Muzetto est disponible en Vert – Kaki – Blanc – Noir – Rouge – Marron pour la partie intérieur (L’extérieur est de couleur unique marron fonçé) et aux tailles 10,5″ – 14″ – 15,5″ de diagonale. Je recommande donc sans hésitations le Muzetto de Waterfield à toutes les personnes qui souhaite une jolie sacoche pour trimbaler son ordinateur portable et non quelque chose de moche qui dit à 1km « J’ai un truc cher à l’intérieur : volez moi ! ».
Get smart with the WaterField Designs iPad Smart Case. Designed to provide serious protection without adding serious bulk, the Smart Case features a scratch-free liner from Ultrasuede and a high-impact, rigid insert for additional protection. The case also features a sleek look, thanks to its lack of visible stitching, and a pocket for your power adapter and syncing cable.
I use a Cargo from Waterfield Designs. Made in SF.
I’ve looked all over at replacement Kindle cases. I’ve tested some, tried out all the ones at Borders and other specialty bookstores, read all the reviews on Amazon, and based on a recommendation from Steven “Doc” List, decided to try three cases from WaterField. They are a little boutique in San Francisco and I’ve heard good things. I also like small companies that make one thing.
They’ve got three Kindle cases (as well as laptop bags, etc, etc). They’ve got a SlipCase in a number of colors, which is just that - a slip-in case. The sleeve is nice and includes screen protection via a sheet of plastic sewn in on one side, so I wouldn’t feel bad about throwing it in my backpack at all. It’s also a nice textured nylon and has a place for a pen. None of their cases are the kind that attach directly to the Kindle, so you won’t be reading AND holding the case at the same time.
WaterField Designs, a leading maker of custom-fitted computer bags and cases for digital gear, today announced a new size and look to its Racer-X computer case line with a custom size to fit Apple’s 13” MacBook. As part of the new look, the Racer-X now has an easy-to-access front pocket and a choice of carrying handles: a single mountain bike grip handle, or the new dual leather handles. This new Racer-X is also available in custom sizes for the 15” and 17” MacBook Pros and the 12” Powerbook.
The Racer-X features two zippered, interior compartments: one that encases and protects the laptop with layers of plush neoprene, foam and impact-resistant plastic; and another for documents and files that includes pockets to store accessories like PDA’s, iPod’s, cables, and spare batteries. A rear exterior pocket for magazines and files has a zippered bottom so it can also be used to slip over handles of wheeled carry-on bags.
Great bag from SFBags.com for storing and protecting your iPad.