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When we got the Slappa FlipTop case we weren't quite sure what to make of it.  It does not have any of the usual padding as our other laptop cases.  It has no dividing inserts or compartments.  It also does not have any pockets or ways to keep stuff from getting all mixed together.  What is this case good for???

At that moment, our intern came into the Product Review Room, took one look at the case, said "This is exactly what we need," grabbed the bag, and ran out.  We were intrigued, so we followed her to see what she was going to do with the case.

Apparently, the case is perfect for carrying a few laptops and some reports to the next building.  We were amazed at the amount of stuff she managed to put into the bag.  This wouldn't be the way we would take these gear on a trip, but there are other Slappa solutions if more protection was required.

To comfortably carry that much weight, the strap of the FlipTop is wide.  It also has a clever "quick adjust" feature using a clip instead of the usual buckle and belt.

Top quality materials and solid construction of the FlipTop sleeve will ensure this case will endure years of use.  The FlipTop case is part of the larger Slappa line of laptop protection.  If you need a bit more padding and protection, go check out our review at the Slappa HardBody Pro here.




Fliptop Pro

By Wan Chi Lau

Need to take three laptops with you when you travel? We do, sometimes.  That's when we reach for our Slappa Fliptop Pro bag.

Need a rugged laptop case that is a breed apart?  Then the Slappa HardBody Pro may just be what you are looking for.

We took a close look at both cases and found both of them to be like all other Slappa cases...innovative in design, constructed with high quality materials, and really comfortable to use.

Slappa reviews:

1. FlipTop Pro

2. HardBody Pro

Review Summary:

Initial Impression- Great design

Usability- Well padded, quality material

Durability- Test in progress

Price- Fliptop:$70 Hardbody:$130



Other case reviews:

1. Kata R-102

2. Moonsus Signature Portfolio


Photography by Wan Chi Lau
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