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Rated 5 out of 5 by Samuel Quality Bag
The simplicity of the design is misleading of the overall value of this bag. When I received the bag, the supple leather made it clear that the bag was a quality good crafted in the US. All of the small details that define good artisan skill were present in this bag. Truly an item that's built to last and only get better with age and use.
August 14, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Dose Really Pretty And Pretty Useless
The bag is beautiful. No question about that. Absolutely beautiful and well made. Billykirk bags are amazing and this is right up there with the best of them. But it's small. It'll hold your laptop and maybe a magazine and some pens. The most stuff you try to pack into it the more likely you are to warp the leather. And, in Billykirk's quest to make beautiful bags that harken back to an earlier era, it has no pockets, or compartments, or anything beyond a tiny fob to attach your keys to. Everything will sit loosely in one of the two main compartments. I'd recommend the bag and I'm happy with it, but know what you're buying: A bag that is 98% fashion statement and 2% practical -- if you happen to have a laptop that's small enough to fit inside.
September 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Holt Excellent Piece
Bought this great satchel for university. It fits my 13'' laptop perfectly along with a few note books. The construction of the bag is off great quality. It definitely is a lifetime piece. It remains unconstructed enough to work as an everyday satchel, wile being elegant enough to take to an office. Although pricey, I would highly recommend it to anyone.
February 6, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kevin Almost perfect
Great bag, great size. In a perfect world, it would have a pocket on the back for holding a wallet and keys.
October 19, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by vero Like it but will not do for college
Bag is great but not adapted to a college student who needs something bigger like a backpack. If it is too full, it hurts the shoulder after a while walking on campus.
June 18, 2014