Name: Snap Dude
Place: Portland, Oregon (PDX)
Occupation: Photographer/Martial Artist/Veteran
What can’t you live without? Jesus Christ, and my Nokia Lumia 1020.
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? I think it would be my Nokia Lumia 1020, because when people see it and find out it is a phone they get surprised. It takes RAW, full resolution JPEGS, and 5MP condensed JPEGS, amazing in low light.
On a normal day I carry all of this gear in the pic, give or take a notebook for workout planning (I use Microsoft OneNote App on my Mac more). I love how I have had my Timbuk2 classic messenger for 3 solid years, and it is still like new! Many people here in Portland have these messengers by Timbuk2, and when they see the patches of the countries, and states I have been too, as well as, the military patches I have sewn on the straps they are amazed. Thanks for the amazing bag, laptop sleeve, and camera insert Timbuk2!!
Name: Jordan Munson
Place: Cambridge, MA
Occupation: Customer Champion, Wistia.com
What can’t you live without? Probably beverages, of all kinds. Either that or nice headphones.
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? As a 26 year old man, probably a Tide to-go pen. Or a coozie (not pictured).
Name: Nick Aguilos
Place: Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Occupation: UI Designer
What can’t you live without? Eyeglasses and a computer
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? I always have a pair of socks in my bag. Manila easily floods during a heavy downpour. I don’t want to be in mushy socks the whole day I’m in the office.
Name: Suryo Brahmantyo
Place: Jakarta, Indonesia
Bag: D-Lux Laptop Racing Stripe Messenger 2013 (S)
What can’t you live without? My motorbike
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? A cup of coffee. No, kidding. It’s on the left-below; Sasando Hotel room key. Accidentally I brought it from Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, last year – I was in a hurry to catch my flight back to Jakarta. And then I consider it as a souvenir. :D
In my bag: Measuring tape, laptop + charger, external hardrive, photobooks, cutter knife + refill, keys, smartphone, ipod, pen, pencil, red marker, earphone, cable data, notebook, envelope (it’s a mouse pad to me), coffee sachets, tethering cable, hotel keys, and a wallet.