Name: Michael David Rose
Place: Boat launch, Engine Room Bag
Occupation: Photographer / Videographer
Website: http://mdrp.net/about/publications/ https://vimeo.com/mdrp
What can’t you live without? Prop WrenchWhat’s the most surprising thing you carry? Safety Flares.
Other engine room bag contents includes fuses, air gauge, air valve, burgee, flares, suntan lotion, engine manual, prop nut, washer, cotter pins, spark plug connectors, flat head screwdriver, prop nut wrench, inflatable adhesive, depth finder manual, harness line, manual start rope. and AAA batteries for light beacon.
Place: Knoxville, TN
Occupation: Graduate Student
What can’t you live without?
The necessities: oxygen, water, etc. But, I’m rather fond of this bag (2014 Laptop Messenger, S) and quite a few of the things in it, however.
What’s the most surprising thing you carry?
Nothing is particularly surprising. Though, I have to say that my Hogwarts House bookmarks are somewhat novel. ;)
MacBook Air 11” (late 2012 model)
Cocoon GridIt organizer with various tech peripherals (Keynote remote, VGA and HDMI adapters for MacBook, VGA and SD adapters for iPad, micro-USB cable, etc.)
Generic business card case
MacBook power brick in Quirky cord wrap
iPad Mini (Retina Display, 2013 model)
Moleskine notebooks in two sizes (one ruled, one plain)
First aid kit
Hogwarts house bookmarks that I received as a gift
Various writing instruments and two iPad styli
Timbuk2 Snoop camera insert (XS) (contains my Nikon D3200 and a secondary lens)
Place: Salem, Oregon
Bag: Timbuk2 Classic Messenger Medium
Laptop, Wacom Intuos Pro Tablet and pen, Hydro Flask water bottle, Nikon D700, Extra battery, Nikon 50mm 1.4, CF card reader, Business card holder, Gum, Kleenex, Leatherman Wave, Knife, Carabineer, Bamboo fork spoon knife and chop sticks. Maxpedition EDC pocket organizer containing: Small screwdriver, Torx screwdriver, Super Glue, Tweezers, Floss, Scissors, Orange & Black Pens, Sharpie, Channellock Pliers, AA battery, Chapstick, Flash Drive, Sun block, Paracord, Zip ties, A magnet, Small First aid kit, Paper clips, Safety Pins, A hair tie (For my wife), Resque Me seat belt cutter, Swedish Firesteel, Gaffers Tape,
What can’t you live without? My Nikon D700
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Probably almost any of the items in my bag.
Name: Zain Husain
Place: Toronto, Canada
Occupation: SEO Specialist / Account Manager
What can’t you live without? Tough one… my camera or my laptop
What’s the most surprising thing you carry? Hmm… I’d say the extra black bag, scarf, and Buff because I never used to carry them around until I got the Command TSA-friendly bag. Also the SD card reader or camera kit because I don’t carry my iPad2 around anymore and I have an SD card reader on my laptop anyway.
In the bag: (From the bottom left) Cable to plug into battery charger for Lumix GX7, mini tripod (above), monoprice thunderbolt to HDMI, iPhone 5 cable, micro usb cable, mini usb cable, usb charger, battery charger for Lumix, 2nd battery for Lumix, laptop charger, caps for camera lens, 3.5 mm headphone splitter (above), camera kit for old iphone/ipad (SD card and USB input), SD card reader, extra ear buds, monoprice earphones w/ mic, lens cleaning pen (spray + brush), microfiber cleaning cloth, twist ties, 6 ft. 3.5 mm male-male wire, extension cord, contact solution, 2 contact cases, MicroPhone lens for iPhone, CAD change, HDMI cable (below), extension cord for laptop, scarf, Buff, black v-neck t-shirt, 3DS XL, notebook, various pens and pencils, Lumix GX7 w/ 22mm lens, 14-42 kit lens, black grocery bag, Macbook Air 13.3” (2013), laptop case, and finally the Timbuk 2 Commuter TSA bag.
Plus so much room in my main compartment! This bag is worth every penny.