Win Briggs & Riley @Work Bag – Comment To Enter - Points Miles and Martinis


Points, Miles & Martinis has teamed up with Briggs & Riley to give our readers another chance to win a bag from Briggs & Riley’s @Work collection.

A few weeks ago we gave our readers the chance to win a Briggs & Riley TORQ collection bag. There were many entries and one winner was announced.

Briggs & Riley @Work Giveaway

We are giving away a bag from the @Work™ collection to one lucky winner. The winner will be allowed to select one bag from the @Work™ collection which features:

  • SpeedThru pocket allows for a hassle-free trip through TSA checkpoints. Avoid grey bins and store your personal belongings in this quick-access pocket
  • Backed by the Briggs & Riley unbeatable warranty
  • The interior multi-pocket organizer lets you easily arrange and access your files and mobile devices
  • @work cases, briefs and backpacks are designed to perfectly complement and take full advantage of the design features of your Briggs & Riley Baseline luggage
  • @work is designed for today’s fast-paced business world, with an elegant edge for the multi-tasking professional

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How To Enter

Leave a comment in this official entry post by Friday, July 5, 2013 at 3 PM EST for your chance to win. Enter by answering both of the following questions in the comment section:

  • What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
  • What feature do you look for in a business bag?

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Giveaway Rules

  • Enter between Monday July 1, 2013 at 7 AM EST and Friday July 5 at 3 PM EST for your chance to win one Briggs & Riley bag from the @Work™ collection
  • One entry per person per day
  • The prize is not for resale
  • Must answer question in comment and leave a valid email address
  • Winner will be randomly selected and announced on Friday July 1, 2013

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Bottom Line

We are excited to offer a chance to win a bag from the Briggs & Riley @Work™ collection. The Briggs & Riley warranty is unmatched in the market and I love my Briggs & Riley 21 inch one-touch carry-on so I’m sure I’ll love this collection as well.

Leave a comment answering the following questions for your chance to win.

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  • Corey Hutchinson said,

    What kind of work bag .. and why?
    Briefcase or messenger, one shoulder is all I need
    What @Work™ feature do you think is most helpful .. why?
    Warranty, speed thru, and functionality

  • corinne thompson said,

    ohh, I think that would work for me!

  • Jamie said,

    Travel with messenger bag because small, light, and easy to carry over one shoulder. Look for something with lots of pockets and a separate pocket for my iPad.

  • Calvin said,

    Briefcase that fits a laptop..

  • sam said,

    backpack for laptop and other personal items.

  • Charles said,

    ■What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
    Roll on 21 inch, 2 wheels only
    ■What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    Lightweight is the most important and only feature I look for.

  • Alon said,

    backpack format for the extra capacity it offers!

  • Liz T said,

    Nice looking bag!

  • Brian said,

    Backpack and protectively fits my iPad and laptop is most important.

  • Tio said,

    Black backpack looks great and professional, definitely can be used for work.

  • Trevor said,

    I currently use a backpack because its easy to slip my laptop out at TSA. The feature I look for in a business bag is either easy of pulling the laptop out for TSA or a TSA compliant bag (which it looks like this one is).

    BTW – Thanks for doing these!

  • Vinay said,

    backpack which can fit laptop, charger, cell phone charger, ipad, its charger, all the other office docs, and few personal items!

  • Paul said,

    I carry a backpack (but also have a briefcase for more formal occasions. Durability is the most important feature.

  • Kayla said,

    I love the messenger. It is easy to use and I feel safer carrying it compared to a backpack-personal preference! I love the durability of their products!

  • Madhu Pamganamamula said,

    I use a samsonite roller carry on briefcase and usually look for ease of stowage and removal of laptops and ipads in any carry on bag.

  • Mdtravel said,

    I travel with both an upright wheel suitcase and a Tumi TSA friendly laptop bag.

  • Vivek Doshi said,

    I use a bagpack as it is the easiest on the back and does not wrinkle my clothes like messenger bags. I really try to find something light weight and that can carry alot of stuff.

  • Joel A. said,

    Messenger bag; lots of pockets.

  • H Yu said,

    For work, I use a slim messenger bag.

    For travel, I prefer a backpack with multiple compartments to put my computer, paperwork/pens, electronics, toiletries and a change of clothing (If its a couple of days).

  • Julie said,

    I travel with a backpack because of the amount of room. It is easier to take laptop out of backpack.

  • Rita S. said,

    I used to like to travel with a backpack, but now I am more of a messenger bag girl. If I can get away with just taking my iPad it really simplifies things. The most important feature to me is tons of pockets.

  • Ben said,

    I use a messenger bag or backpack depending on how much I need to carry that day. And I look for weight, durability and style for my bags.

  • Colleen said,

    I use a messenger bag, the more pockets the better.

  • Cu said,

    I prefer a messenger bag, however I have all 3 types and use whichever is needed for the current project. In all I look for lightweight with efficiently placed pockets and a comfortable strap.

  • Judy said,

    Backpack. I prefer more partitions/pockets so I can easily find my things.

  • Jeff said,

    Use a briefcase. Backpacks are meant for….. backpacking.
    Well designed pockets. i.e. easy access to BP and passport, external cell phone access, etc.

  • Stephen N said,

    Backpack – I want to be able to run between planes and have found this works best.

  • Ryan U said,

    I like messenger bags. I nice feature is a padded partition to keep my notebook or tablet from bouncing around inside.

  • Dave said,

    Briefcase- It looks more professional.

  • Raymond N said,

    Briefcase that fits a laptop

  • Steve said,

    backpack; like having plenty of different compartments

  • Mike said,

    Messenger style. The main feature I look for is the weight! I want it to be fairly lightweight.

  • TKL said,

    What kind? Use three kinds: medium briefcase (currently a Briggs), medium backpack (currently a Tumi), and slim “murse” (currently a Tumi), depending on what I am carrying and where I am traveling.

    What @Work feature? Like the durability of ballistic and Briggs & Riley’s interiors are always very thoughtfully designed with dedicated pockets for most business travelers’ needs.

  • HIS said,

    I travel with a 20 inch wheeled portable for trips over 2 nights, and a shoulder briefcase for shorter trips. Look most at light weight and portability.

  • Amanda S said,

    Backpack: because I have a small frame and having my way too heavy work laptop in a messenger bag would smoosh me.
    I look for something with enough pockets to organize things like usb drives, business cards, and pens for easy access.

  • Paul said,

    1. Expandable briefcase

    2. Padded laptop section.

  • Silvia P said,

    I travel with a backpack. Lightweight is the most important thing I look for in a bag.

  • Rachel said,

    I currently travel with a shoulder bag because my work issued us a branded one. However, I am finding that my back is not liking all the weight on one shoulder, so I am hoping to switch to a backpack. The feature that I look for is a strap that lets you slide the bag over the handle of your suitcase handle.

  • Daniel Rubenstein said,

    Messenger bag. It fits my laptop, bose headphones, wires, pens and my notebook.

  • Bill N DC said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) I default to my NorthFace Surge backpack (w/ laptop padding) which I use for computing and traveling. I have a B&R 21″ Baseline wheelie for clothes

    and why? The backpack is already packed, and good for hands free movement
    What feature do you look for in a business bag? function and durability

  • Linda K T said,

    I like a backpack to free up my hands. I am looking for durability and a padded laptop section.

  • David said,

    Backpack, lots of small pockets

  • Chris said,

    Messanger bag with built in laptop sleeve so its easy to grab and go

  • Frank G. said,

    I travel with a Timbuktu2 messenger bag, and a B&R Ascend rollaboard. Why? Both are durable and can hold everything I need.
    The feature I most look for in a business case is the ability to access my keys easily, either with an exterior pocket or an interior ring fob.

  • Nick O said,

    I like a duffel bag or backpack because I don’t really have to think about it or hold it.
    A business bag needs at least two separate areas and I prefer messenger bag style.

  • Amy said,

    What kind of work bag and why? I use a messenger bag for travel. It’s easy to keep attached to me over my shoulder and I don’t set it down by accident and walk away – like at a vendor counter – I’ve never done this but I always have a fear it will happen.

    What features? It must be 1) lightweight; 2) slimline and sleek; 3) handy pockets to stuff things in quickly. :)

    Thanks for doing the giveaway!!

  • paul v. said,

    I travel with a Sharper Image laptop backpack. overall quite convenient and plenty of room, but the downside is it’s not that professional looking AND I still need to remove the laptop when going through security.

    Ideally I’d like something that makes TSA happy without removing my laptop but most importantly has to be comfortable to carry!

  • aznprzn said,

    Old Tumi bag I bought off of ebay. I like a light work bag with many pockets.

  • RestlessLocationSyndrome said,

    Wheeled briefcase because I have a bad back and can still haul around a good bit of stuff if I have wheels.

  • Ed said,

    I use a backpack usually, but I have to pull out the laptop. If this bag would prevent my dumping out my pockets andn having to pull out my laptop, that would be great.

  • Steve @ Canadian Travel Hacking said,

    I have a standard laptop bag but it is kind of heavy. I look for lightweight bags as I travel a lot.

  • Mike said,

    I use a backpack since i like having my arms free and my body centered.

    Important feature would be an area for a laptop.

    Btw, you should edit your post at the end. You wrote “Friday, July 1″. Instead of July 5

  • marc m said,

    I currently use a backpack because I bike to work about 4 times a week and it is easier to put on my rear bike rack.

    I look for a sturdy strap and a relative lightweight bag

  • Chet The Jet said,

    Using a Coach messenger style bag and prefer comfortable easy access bags.

  • Jim F. said,

    Right now I travel (whether for work or leisure) with a Rick Steves’ backpack. But it lacks a feature that has come to be almost a necessity — TSA-friendly laptop protection/access.

  • Brian M said,

    Messenger bag.
    Features – comfort and capacity

  • Vijay said,

    I carry a backpack with a dedicated, zippered laptop compartment for easy access.

  • Eugene said,

    I travel with a briefcase that folds open for TSA security and value comfort and durability as well as lightweight!!

  • Jason said,

    I carry a backpack. Functionality is the most important thing. I want a bag that carries all of my essentials in an organized manner.

  • Patrick Mc said,

    Briefcase/Laptop Bag
    I like a bag that is lightweight and has a pouch to get my laptop through airport security more easily.

  • John said,

    Messenger style. I look for light weight but padded.

  • Chanel @ La Viajera Morena said,

    I travel with a backpack when traveling only because it is easier than lugging something around the city.

    I look for durability and something to keep my computer safe (a lot of padding). I also consider the weight.

  • Agarwala said,

    Briefcase. Lightweight

  • Robert said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Prefer the briefcase style, grab and go.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag? Plenty of room and a great warranty

  • Devon said,

    What kind of work bag and why?
    messenger, I like taking it across one shoulder
    What feature do you think is most helpful and why?
    Warranty and functionality

  • Kaye said,

    I like using a backpack with a well padded and easily acessible laptop compartment.

  • DW said,

    I travel with a backback that has a padded compartment for my laptop. It’s easy to carry a lot of items in the backpack and I don’t worry about my laptop getting crushed.

    I like the speedthru option, because I welcome anything that makes getting through security easier and faster.

  • David said,

    messenger bag,

    features: lightweight & TSA compliant

  • JP said,

    Carry a laptop bag, has to be light and no magnets!

  • TerryH said,

    Backpack. Look for lots of compartments.

  • JeffreyP said,

    Messenger bag. Need flexibility for multi-functions.

  • GetToThePoints said,

    I usually travel with an Ogio Backpack. Features I look for are multiple pockets/compartments to organize stuff.

  • pilot said,

    A light briefcase that fits my laptop.

  • Lucy said,

    A backpack with many pockets .

  • Ellen said,

    A messenger back with pockets.

  • julia said,

    A briefcase with compartments and laptop space.

  • JB said,

    I travel with a backpack, although I’ve been looking to switch to something that looks more professional. I generally look for something light and not bulky.

  • Susan said,

    I travel with a Tumi TSA friendly laptop bag.

  • R Gage said,

    I use a backpack

  • Carlo Medina said,

    I like to use messenger bags and my Heys hardside spinner when flying. In business bags, I like if it can store a lot of items without looking really bulky!

  • cr said,

    I use a backpack because it fits everything I need and stores neatly under the seat.

  • Joe said,

    I carry an attaché case. I look for light weight and convenience features (shoulder strap, access).

  • Jen said,

    I use a backpack because I know it will fit in the overhead. In a business bag, must look professional and store both my laptops

  • Connie said,

    I use a wheeling briefcase because I often have a lot of documents with me. I like something that is durable and lightweight.

  • Samuel said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
    - Backpack. It’s easy to carry, so why not?

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    - User-friendly design.

  • Chris K said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Backpack, lots of pockets for various stuff, holds more than a normal laptop bag, easily fits under the seat in Y if I have my carry-on with me.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Pockets, lots of them!

  • Ralph L said,

    1. Backpack
    2. Space to hold a 17 inch laptop

  • Michael M MA said,

    My work bag is a old fashion worn type bag, that is terribly worn.

    The feature I look for is room for the laptop and as much miscellaneous that I can also put in.

  • adelantando said,

    1. Backpack because it keeps my hands free
    2. Many pockets/compartments

  • Fred said,

    1.Splitting it between a laptop bag and a messenger bag for weight distribution.
    2. Being able to lock up the bag to secure my belongings.Fr

  • MattPass said,

    I travel with my Targus briefcase which affixes well to my B&R wheeling carry-on.

    My briefcase must have easy access to the computer to go through security, and enough space for my toiletries so I only have to open up one bag.

  • RKB said,

    1.Briefcase.
    2.Lightweight and easy access.

  • Jimmy said,

    1. I travel with a backpack.
    2. Comfort and professional look.

  • Brittnee said,

    I currently use backpack and I am really big on pocket organization and easy access to my laptop

  • GeoffB said,

    I travel with a normal soft briefcase…not as heavy as some of the hardshells, and still professional-looking.

    I look for relatively lightweight but still durable, and easy to fit pretty much anywhere.

  • TravelTx said,

    1) briefcase
    2) Adaptability- I need it to expand to carry headphones, books, files, etc. for a int’l flight and contract to svelt demeanor for customer meetings

  • ed said,

    I use postman style – vertical bag.
    Very convenient and has casual look.

  • John Guide said,

    My computer bag is all about my comfort and convenience. The shoulder strap should be long enough to carry cross body if the situation demands it. It should speed me through Global Entry enhanced security. It should also be comfortably organized so I can pack up and go immediately. Having a bright orange interior is a great feature to avoid “lost in a bottomless pit” syndrome.

  • Marc W said,

    I use your regular knapsack when I travel and I like to focus on how comfortable the bag is on my shoulder/body so that it is less burdensome and easier to travel with.

  • Nguyen said,

    What kind of work bag .. and why? I use the backpack to carry my small laptop and light clothes for traveling.
    Briefcase or messenger, one shoulder is all I need
    What @Work™ feature do you think is most helpful .. why?
    I would go with unbeatable warranty since it covers if things go wrong. Thanks.

  • Jon said,

    What kind of work bag .. and why? Backpack because it’s more comfortable, and I don’t care what it looks like.

  • Elaine said,

    Depends on the trip but generally I like to go with a four-wheeled rolling bag and a carryon that varies with my destination, reason for travel and length of trip. I prefer bags that are themselves not heavy, with good wheels and well designed exterior pockets.

  • Andy O. said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why? Backpack for portability.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    Durability. Don’t break on me.

  • MJM said,

    My usual bag is undefinable, best fit would be a briefcase but really it is a well-constructed tote-type bag bought from an artist who makes them, but if I am carrying a lot of paper I go with a wheeled bag. Why, because my usual trip is a shortish flight for one or two days and, as to the other, well, paper is heavy. The number one feature I look for in business (actually all) bags is that the bag is light when empty.

  • Charles said,

    Q: What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    A: A Samsonite briefcase. It is the perfect size for my laptop and looks professional.

    Q: What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    A: A Sufficient number of pockets, TSA friendly, great warranty

  • Noah Kimmel said,

    Briefcase, should be thin and light, and hold a lot of stuff!

  • JamesP said,

    A backpack is more versatile for the way I travel.
    Thanks for the contest!

  • Ang N said,

    I use a backpack because it’s easier to carry around, and I like lots of pockets and light weight for my work bag

  • Miguel said,

    Backpack; lightweight.

  • sebin said,

    backpack which can fit my laptop, ipad and the chargers.
    Plus some space to put my clothings.

  • Biggles209 said,

    A messenger bag and a small duffel bag – I can pack for as long as I want and carry it all on (even on Lufthansa). I really like the fold out laptop section for zipping through security

  • Jagadish Gandhi said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    - A backpack. I don’t carry any documents during work travel. It is just laptop / tablet. I prefer a compact backpack for that. It is very convenient

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    - Should be Compact & Lightweight

  • Josh F said,

    A backpack, because it is the most convenient and best for carrying around… it may not look the best, but carrying around a laptop in a shoulder bag is horrid.

    I look for comfort primarily.

  • Jonathan said,

    Kenneth cole laptop bag

    Something that is compact and well built

  • Tami said,

    My work bag is a Franklin Covey leather bag. I always look for something sturdy that will hold up with lots of use.

  • Candace said,

    I travel with a backpack since it fits various items, depending on my needs for a particular trip. I look for something lightweight, yet sturdy enough to protect my possessions.

  • Karl P said,

    I bring a backpack to hold my laptop and protect it. I look for protection and sturdiness to protect my computer and my stuff. I would like to give this bag a try! Thanks for the opportunity!

  • mike said,

    backpack – durability

  • Eli said,

    My workbag is a pretty large crossbody b/c I still carry a large laptop around with me. I look for a bag that allows easy in/out of larger items plus smaller pockets for easy to lose or tangle items (keys, chargers, etc.)

  • Tom W said,

    I use a backpack….but that bag would be a HUGE improvement. I may buy one if I do not win it.

    My favorite feature is the pockets for quick TSA clearance

  • Dan said,

    I travel with a laptop backpack so that I don’t put all of the weight on one shoulder with a traditional one-strap bag. I look for protection for my laptop and comfortable straps.

  • Jared said,

    I use a laptop bag.

    Having something with lots of organization potential and ease of getting through security are must haves.

  • Freddie said,

    I use my daughter’s discarded college backpack, mostly because it was still in good shape. Features I would look for in my ideal work bag would probably be a crossbody with computer protection, and several pockets. Thanks!

  • postnobills said,

    I currently use a backpack.

    Must have is a laptop compartment that meets the TSA rules for no removal.

  • Mark said,

    I travel with a wheeled briefcase and having organized space with expansion possibilites is important.

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  • Paul L said,

    I use backpacks, mainly, since I have a long commute on the metro and having two shoulders working for me is better than one. And the best thing about B&R, regardless of the line, is the warranty. Can’t beat it!

  • P T said,

    Backpack for hands free, for sure.

    I look for lightweight, durable, classy, something that will stay clean and not embarrass me and have room for everything I need to carry with me.

  • Adam said,

    I use a briefcase; lightweight and looks are the most important

  • Pat said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Large tote–because I’m a girl. :)

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    As lightweight and sturdy as possible.

  • Alexia said,

    Laptop case that is lightweight, yet shock proof… :-) for the days when I get up at 4am to catch an early flight and I still have some parts of my eyes closed…

  • Jacob said,

    I use a backpack because its small and convenient. A primary feature I look for in a business bag is easy laptop storage.

  • John said,

    Backpack
    Laptop storage

  • Harlan V. said,

    I usually use a backpack.

    The feature I most look for is SIZE. I have to be able to carry it easily and take it with me on the plane. Bonus points for convenient compartments.

  • Michael said,

    Briefcase.

    Laptop compartment.

  • cacinda maloney said,

    Backpack , slim design. Good look, fits 15 inch computer

  • Jeff said,

    - I travel with a 21 inch, 2 wheel roll-on, because it’s light and easy to maneuver.
    - Durability is what I desire.

  • Ad said,

    I use a briefcase with a strap. I look for durability, flexibility and a well thought out design

  • Matt said,

    I carry a backpack so I can take my laptop plus some food, jackets, etc on the plane. In a work bag, I look for something easy to carry and durable enough to survive being in the overhead bin, under my seat, or going through TSA.

  • John said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
    Briefcase because it is compact

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    A comfortable shoulder strap and compartments that allow for easy access

  • Andrew B said,

    Backpack. I like padding to protect my laptop.

  • Ronald B said,

    a briefcase that should be replaced.
    I want one that is compack.

  • JRG said,

    I use a backpack; it carries my iPad mini and everything else well.

    I look for extra cushion in the bottom.

  • Phil said,

    I prefer a backpack because of the space available and quick access. My business bag needs to have quick access to important stuff.

  • Jason said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
    Backpack cause it keeps my hands free.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    many pockets, and that it’s lightweight

  • Nick Knight said,

    I rarely travel for work. For work I JUST updated (er, my wife did) from an old green shoulder hanging bag to a newer “more stylish” bag. For travel, I do use a backpack as a carryon, but I AM looking to replace this with one more built for travel.

    I need a back with many compartments AND one that can keep items from shifting around too much.

  • Charles Gu said,

    ohh, I think that would work for me!

  • Carol Stem said,

    I carry on a small wheeled bag, about 1/3rd the size of a full size carry on. I always look for something smaller with many compartments.

  • Bri said,

    I travel with a backpack. It ensures I pack light weight.

    For a business bag it should have many compartments.

  • Matthew said,

    When I’m flying I take a backpack. I can fit more in it than a briefcase and all of my various padfolios fit inside.

    The main feature I look for is capacity.

  • Jeff H said,

    I usually travel with a briefcase mostly because I like them :)

    I like having multiple compartments on the insides so I can organize the small things I might otherwise carry around in my pockets and an easy-to-remove slot for my laptop.

  • Tiffany said,

    I carry a messenger-style bag that has plenty of storage and adequate space for my laptop. When looking for a work bag, I like those that have easily accessible compartments with multiple dividers as I like to keep my things organized.

  • Ben said,

    A rollaboard – generally the smallest I can find. Durability is the key factor.

  • Susan said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?
    A: I use a backpack because it’s a nice balance/hands free option especially if I have a long walk through a terminal.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?
    A: Durability is key, but I also like comfortable to carry for long periods and professional styling.

  • ricardo said,

    I like to travel with a briefcase as it is comfortable, looks professional and I can rest it on top of my carry on when traveling.

    In a briefcase I look for reliability and quality.

  • Toni said,

    I have a large handbag that turns into a backpack that easily organised and a briefcase with heaps of pockets that also has a shoulder strap – “hands free” for boarding pass or martini! Never check a bag anymore. Organisation is necessary!

  • SH said,

    Filson computer bag. I look for padding and durability.

  • Charlie said,

    I travel with a messenger bag as it is less stress on the shoulder and easy to access moving through the airport. The key things I look for are lightweight and not a lot of extra space to store extra not needed items.

  • Avi said,

    I travel with a Targus messenger bag. Its light, easy to carry and has lots of pocket to fit my cables, mouse, cards etc. Looking for something similar with lots of pockets, light and a separate pocket for the laptop.

  • Mujeeb Shah-Khan said,

    1. It’s a backpack – one that has a separate compartment for my computer.
    2. Whatever makes it easy to deal with security to be honest.

  • Anne said,

    Travel with a rolling computer bag. The most important factor for me is a LACK of a million compartments. The more zippers and compartments; the harder it is for me to find things !!

  • Carri said,

    I use a rolling Samsonite bag. The feature I appreciate most is the padded compartment for my laptop.

  • Matt said,

    Leather Messenger Bag. I looked for lots of pockets and dividers to keep everything straight!

  • Elliot Billian said,

    Backpack computer bag. I look for comfort and accessibility.

  • Howard H. Lee said,

    backpack format for the extra capacity it offers!

  • Jon said,

    A backpack with a lot of pockets

  • David G. said,

    I normally use a leather briefcase as my workbag. I like lightweight bags that are professional looking.

  • Quinn said,

    I travel with a messenger bag. I look for something slightly larger than my laptop and a notepad and also a bag that can slide onto the handle of my suitcase.

  • Rob P said,

    I use a briefcase style bag, and I need one with lots of room!

  • ffi said,

    22in wheel on does most of it and the laptop is in the side until through security and it goes inside after time in the lounge
    When I really need the laptop for ongoing use I have a targus that I am still trying to wear out

  • Alex said,

    I currently use a laptop bag that doubles as a briefcase. It’s really beat up and could really use a new one!

    I like it to be lightweight and durable but have lots of pockets.

  • Kara said,

    I usually use a backpack and look for something lightweight and compact.

  • David said,

    I use a laptop backpack. I look for a way to carry everything I need without too much strain on my back.

  • Agris Taurins said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    A wheeling briefcase, I carry a 17″ laptop, it and all my junk is heavy.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Mainly that it just holds up and holds what I require of it.

  • Tova said,

    I travel with a wheeled briefcase to spare my back and shoulders. I look for a bag that doesn’t cause too much pain to my back!

  • Carlo said,

    I use a backpack. I prefer ones with plenty of pockets as I tend to carry a lot of clutter.

  • Louis Toba said,

    I use a briefcase. Feature I look for in a business bag: a professional, timeless look that can handle daily use.

  • Mike said,

    I bring a briefcase/computer bag and a 19″ carry on. I look for durable bags with easy access to a tablet or headphone pocket.

  • Michael R said,

    Bacpack; multiple compartments and fits my ipad

  • EGK said,

    I use a backpack for hands free convenience and to prevent shoulder strain. It must look sleek and professional, and not be overly divided in the main compartment.

  • David Kelly said,

    Messenger style

    Comfort and warranty

  • Elena G said,

    I carry a backpack and must fit my laptop, lots of paper and have comfortable straps

  • Sophia said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase, because it’s better for my back. I look for an ergonomic design.

  • JCR said,

    I carry a briefcase and I like it to look professional

  • Without Bacon said,

    I use a messenger bag/briefcase, and what I look for is the ability to hold a laptop and accessories, as well as a large number of papers/files.

  • Abraham said,

    A briefcase because it looks professional. I look for a bag that looks ‘professional’ and NOT casual.

  • rich esposito said,

    soft brief case
    why: need to have handles as well as shoulder strap

  • Edith said,

    I travel with a backpack because it’s easier than other types of bags to pass through a crowd of people. I look for the ability to hold my iPad and/or laptop.

  • Austin said,

    I got with a briefcase because it’s easy to access documents. I look for a lightweight bag.

  • peachykeen said,

    ◾What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Backpack, to keep my hands free

    ◾What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Lots of padding for the laptop

  • Brad R said,

    1. Briefcase, because that’s what my work has given me
    2. Want something that will secure nicely to my carryon (like a strap on the back), stylish, can take a beating, protects my laptop

  • Patrick B said,

    I use a wheeling briefcase with room for my computer and other things, including spare clothes if an overnight only trip. This is so I have work related stuff I need plus room for personal items and electronics.

    What I look for in a business bag is something convenient to travel with and lug (or roll ) around with space for documents and computer stuff (and with compartments to keep organized ).

  • GN said,

    I use a backpack to travel so both hands are normally free.

    I like a bag that is lightweight and has lots of pockets.

  • Larry said,

    I use a wheeled B&R backpack with a zip-off daypack. I keep looking to see whether they come up with an updated model.

  • Ari k said,

    My laptop bag…lots of special spaces to help me organize

  • Mike said,

    I prefer backpacks
    I look for good dividers and pockets to organize my items

  • Stephen said,

    Attache bag because I take short trips and all I really need is my laptop.

    Lightweight and secure enough to protect my laptop.

  • Chris said,

    Laptop bag….I look for looks and functionality

  • STL said,

    I travel with a backpack because it is easy to carry and easy on my back.

    When looking for a bag, I try to find something that is comfortable and can fit my laptop and other necessary items.

  • Evan said,

    A stretchy waterproof backpack that can fit a laptop and one day’s supplies!

  • sushiguy said,

    tumi backpack, the room it has to carry everything I need.

  • henry m said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    I prefer backpacks because they are versatile and have an element of portability.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag? pockets and compartments for separating things.

  • Mill Creek Don said,

    I use a large soft-side briefcase.

    I want a bag that has plenty of room, especially in big compartments that are versatile enough to hold many different items. Not a fan of bags with so many small dedicated “pockets” that consume all the effective space in the bag.

  • Antonio said,

    I currently travel with a briefcase, but I’d much rather have a wheeled briefcase. Hopefully I can win one!

    What I look for most is quality construction. You want to be able to feel the quality every time you touch the bag.

  • Or N said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase cause that’s all I have right now.

    In a business bag I look for alot of room but not alot of pockets.

  • Tobias said,

    Wow those bags look fantastic! I’m just starting my first travelling job and don’t have a bag yet

  • Trevor said,

    I currently use a backpack because its easy to slip my laptop out at TSA. The feature I look for in a business bag is either easy of pulling the laptop out for TSA or a TSA compliant bag.

  • Bob said,

    My work bag is a ballistic nylon Victorinox briefcase with shoulder strap. It meets my needs because it has lots of pockets to help organize all my stuff.

  • Mandrake said,

    Use a backpack for ease of carrying (I tend to carry a lot of stuff in it, which makes for heavy lifting). I look for a bag with plenty of storage space, pockets/partitions, nooks and crannies; if you make the space available, I will use it!

  • Eric said,

    I travel with a shoulder-bag. Looking for laptop protection and ease of sliding under the seat in front of me.

  • Jimmy said,

    I currently carry a backpack for the large space it provides me, but would love an upgrade to a briefcase for more professional meetings!

    I look for expandability with the option to slim down and de-bulk when I’m not carrying two laptops to work.

  • EamonSC said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    - Backpack and a large one… I am carrying two laptops (one for work and a personal), work papers, etc

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Durability and good looks; appropriate for business but practical as well

  • Kara said,

    I usually use a backpack and look for something lightweight & compact

  • Tim said,

    I prefer a briefcase that can carry my laptop and accessories as well as a few personal items

  • Brian H said,

    I prefer a backpack.

    The bag needs to be durable and expandable/shrinkable depending on the length of trip and how much stuff I have to carry.

  • Kevin Tremor said,

    I like a briefcase.

    I like a good bag strap that will not brake.

  • Chris said,

    I travel with a backpack style bag – it’s just easier

    I look for lots of pockets as I always seem to have a ton of little gadgets and cables

  • Mark R. said,

    Backpack, with room for my laptop.

  • Joe said,

    I carry a very nice attaché case. I look for light weight and convenience features (shoulder strap, access).

  • Jon said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase because I am lazy and don’t like to carry my laptop and papers. To me, the most important thing is durability as when I travel the bag gets tossed around a lot.

  • Daniel M said,

    I carry a backpack, although I also have a briefcase for more formal occasions. Durability is the most important thing that I care about.

  • Chris said,

    Always travel with a laptop backpack. Durability and plenty of pockets are key!

  • Raymond G. said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase for ease of use and speedy traveling both within the airport and outside of it.

    The feature I most look for in a business bag is durability!

  • phxbne said,

    backpack
    look for durability and versatility – can go to a meeting or on a walk around town….

  • Bob said,

    I travel with an old, beat-up briefcase. I value durability & an organizational system inside.

  • Paul L said,

    I like the backpack style, and the warranty is a great feature.

  • Arcanum said,

    I travel with a small man purse and a hybrid messenger bag from MEC that can also be worn as a backpack.

    Personally, I look for easy access pockets on the front so I can grab wallet/passport/etc. without having to open the whole thing up.

  • Raj said,

    I use a backpack that can hold my laptop and other office supplies.

    I look for something very durable and easy to get through security, especially with a laptop in it.

  • TerryH said,

    Backpack. Look for lots of compartments!

  • JeffreyP said,

    Messenger bag. Need flexibility for multiple functions.

  • Ken said,

    Backpack. High quality and warranty are important to me.

  • Kris Green said,

    I currently use a backpack. Easy access pockets with durable zippers is critical to me.

  • Nancy said,

    ◾What kind of work bag do you travel with? I travel with a rolling briefcase with wide opening at top so that I can access file folders
    ◾What feature do you look for in a business bag? Most important feature is durability. I’m an international business traveler and my work bag is really put to the test.

  • Mark said,

    Wheeled briefcase since my clients don’t expect me to have a backpack. Plus, makes it a lot easier in airports.

  • Lauren said,

    backpacks are my choice and this one looks great!

  • Samuel said,

    Backpack: It’s easy to carry. I look for User-friendly design.

  • David said,

    Durability is important to me. I travel for work a lot as my current bag is tuff enough for whatever the situation is.

  • Michael said,

    Briefcase. And a laptop compartment.

  • Colleen said,

    I love a messenger bag with maximum convenient pockets.

  • Karen said,

    I travel with a tumi roller and a backpack.
    Important feature is easy acceabilitynto my iPad when going thru TSA.

  • Lisa said,

    I travel with a B&R commuter expandable upright – perfect combination of roomy enough for a week, small enough to fit in most overheads.

    I look for durable, well-designed, high-quality bags since I intend to use a bag for over a decade if it’ll hold up.

  • Miran said,

    Travel with a backpack, and I look for durability so that once I’ve learned how to pack ideally, I can stick with the bag and packing strategy for a long time to come.

  • Bob said,

    a messenger bag, with lots of pockets.

  • Jordan said,

    I use a backback. It’s easy to carry and offers a lot storage.

  • Boaz H. said,

    I use a backpack 0 lot’s of storage space and that works for me.

  • Randy said,

    1. I travel with a backpack
    2. Multiple compartments to keep items separated

  • Sean C said,

    - backpack
    - laptop spaces

  • Adam said,

    1. I travel with a messenger bag
    2. Room for both my laptop and tablet with extra smaller pockets for various power cords.

  • DJ said,

    Briefcase that can fit my laptop.

  • Antonio said,

    I currently travel with a briefcase, but I’d much rather have a wheeled briefcase. Hopefully I can win one!

    What I look for most in a bag is quality construction, and lifetime warranty. You want to be able to feel the quality every time you touch the bag.

  • Chris K said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Backpack, lots of pockets for various stuff, holds more than a normal laptop bag, easily fits under the seat in Y if I have my carry-on with me.

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Pockets, lots of them!!

  • Alex said,

    I use a briefcase, and I’m looking for something that is built to last – not cheap and ready to break!

  • Brett said,

    I currently carry a backpack and it works pretty well, but I could use something stronger.

  • Matthew said,

    When I’m flying I take a backpack. I can fit more in it than a briefcase and all of my various padfolios fit inside.

    The main feature I look for is capacity.

  • Point Princess said,

    In the past I have always carried my backpack, but now that I have graduated I am looking to upgrade to something a bit nicer. Organization is key for me, so I want something that has more of an internal organizational structure next time around.

  • Ben said,

    Wheelie bag and I value durability.

  • Nick Knight said,

    I always carry a poorly organized backpack as my carry on. I need something that can keep me a little more organized and keep my “stuff” from shifting around freely inside.

  • Carol Stem said,

    My carry on is a small roller bag, but I would like options and that looks a little more stylish, like the bags pictured!

  • ben said,

    Wheeling briefcase.
    Durability.

  • joanna said,

    wheeling briefcase.
    Space.

  • Sophia said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase, because it’s better for my back. I look for an ergonomic design in a bag.

  • Abraham said,

    A briefcase because it looks professional. I look for a bag that looks professional and NOT casual.

  • Edith said,

    I travel with a backpack because it’s easier than other types of bags to pass through a crowd of people. I look for the ability to hold my iPad or laptop.

  • Austin said,

    I got with a briefcase because it’s easy to access documents. I look for a lightweight bag :).

  • Mike said,

    Briefcase bags are ok if it has shoulder strap.
    Main functionality that would be great is if it was water resistant

  • Andrew P said,

    I travel with a backpack to keep my hands free. I look for a bag with good protection for my computer.

  • Kara said,

    I usually use a backpack because it is lightweight and easy to transport- which are the features I look for.

  • Sam said,

    A Timbuk2 messenger bag. Generally, I prefer a backpack, but I love the Timbuk2′s sturdiness.

  • Matt said,

    Fossil Leather Messenger Bag. I looked for lots of pockets and dividers to keep everything in the right spot!

  • Mark said,

    Appearance and storage flexibility are key!

  • DRK said,

    Depends on the assignment/trip, but my go to is a wheelie briefcase. Ample room for stuff yet compact and maneuverable.

    What I look for in a bag? Pockets, pockets, pockets. Well thought out and engineered pockets that snugly fit laptop, tablet, pens, and the like. Room for snacks, too.

  • Colleen said,

    I use a messenger bag – and like tons of pockets.

  • Chris said,

    With a messenger bag. Has to have an easily accessible outside pocket

  • Raymond G. said,

    I always travel with a wheeling briefcase for both ease of use and speedy traveling in the airport and outside of it.

    The feature I most look for in a business bag is… durability!

  • Joe said,

    I carry an attaché case, because it holds my laptop without making it obvious. I look for light weight and convenience features (shoulder strap, access) in a business bag.

  • TerryH said,

    Backpack. I look for lots of compartments.

  • JeffreyP said,

    Messenger bag. Need the flexibility for multi-functions.

  • Michael said,

    Briefcase. Laptop compartment.

  • Ada said,

    I travel with wheeling briefcase because (1) it’s easer to pull it rather than carrying it on my shoulder (2) provide better protection than a regular soft bag.

    I want a more spacious outer pocket that can hold my iPad or magazine. The wheels have to be sturdy. And roomy interior.

  • Randy said,

    1. Backpack
    2. Multiple storage compartments

  • DJP_707 said,

    I like the back pack for versatility.

  • Samuel said,

    Backpack: It’s easy to carry. I look for User-friendly design in a bag.

  • Elena said,

    I carry a backpack and must fit my laptop and have comfortable straps

  • JCR said,

    I like a briefcase and it must look professional

  • Antonio said,

    I currently travel with a soft briefcase, but I’d much rather have a wheeled briefcase. Hopefully I can win one!

    What I look for most in a bag is quality construction, and a lifetime warranty. You want to be able to feel the quality every time you touch the bag. Briggs & Riley has those things.

  • joanna said,

    briefcase. Size.

  • ben said,

    wheeling briefcase. Number of compartments.

  • gbtrotter said,

    Current bag: a very old Travel Pro Walkabout 2 that I love. Wish Travel Pro still made quality bags like this.

    Important: a small enough size to fit in the overhead of an RJ. There are just so many RJ’s these days – I hate waiting in the rain on the apron for my carry-on.

  • Paul L said,

    Backpack is my style; warranty is the key to B&R!

  • Nick Knight said,

    I carry on a backpack which allows my things to shift around and settle on the bottom. I would like to find a bag that does a better job of organizing and holding things in place.

  • Carol Stem said,

    My carryon is a small roller bag; about a third the size of a full carry on. It easily fits in the smaller overhead bins, but is still a bit cumbersome for the small size that it is.

    I would like a bag that still rolls, and still fits in the smaller overheads, but perhaps is a bit more stylish and easy to handle.

  • Tracie said,

    I usually purchase regular soft briefcase style bags, but now am trying out a backpack given to me by the company I work for.

    I look for well-made bags at a reasonable price that are black or other onubtrusive color. It has to be able to close completely for security purposes and also protect the laptop provided by the company.

    Thank you for the chance!

  • Abraham said,

    A briefcase because it’s more professional. I look for a bag that looks ‘professional’ and NOT casual.

  • Jeff H said,

    I usually travel with a briefcase mostly because I like them

    I like having multiple compartments on the insides so I can organize the small things I might otherwise carry around in my pockets and an easy-to-remove slot for my laptop.

  • Sophia said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase because it’s better for my back. I look for an ergonomic design.

  • Edith said,

    I travel with a backpack because it’s easier than other types of bags to pass through crowds. I look for the ability to hold my iPad and/or laptop.

  • Austin said,

    I go with a briefcase because it’s easy to access documents. I look for a lightweight bag.

  • Mike said,

    Backpack
    Major functionality i like having is a pocket on the straps

  • Chris K said,

    What kind of work bag do you travel with (backpack, briefcase, wheeling briefcase, other) and why?

    Backpack, lots of pockets for various stuff, holds more than a normal laptop bag, easily fits under the seat in Y if I have my carry-on with me!

    What feature do you look for in a business bag?

    Pockets, lots of them!!!!

  • Samuel said,

    Backpack: It’s easy to carry. I look for User-friendly design

  • Paul L said,

    Backpack for good support over two shoulders for a long commute. Warranty!

  • Scott M said,

    Messenger bag
    Small size and lightweight

  • Larry C said,

    Messenger bag that has a slot to slide onto my carryon
    Look for lots of pockets as I like to have different spots to store things

  • Matt said,

    Fossil Leather Messenger Bag. I looked for lots of pockets and dividers to keep everything in the where I need it.

  • Colleen said,

    Messenger bag, with plenty of pockets.

  • Michael said,

    Briefcase. A laptop compartment.

  • TerryH said,

    I use a backpack. Look for lots of compartments.

  • JeffreyP said,

    Messenger bag for me. Need flexibility for multi-functions.

  • Eliot R said,

    I travel with a briefcase and primarily look for a lightweight but durable bag with room for a laptop and a handful of files and misc supplies.

  • Jeanne said,

    I travel with a backpack that has compartments for my laptop. I look at something that will help me get through the TSA security line, and purses just don’t cut it!

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  • Antonio said,

    Right now I travel with a briefcase, but I’d much rather have a wheeled briefcase. Hopefully I can win one!

    What I look for most in a bag is quality construction, and lifetime warranty. You want to be able to feel the quality every time you touch the bag. Briggs & Riley has this.

  • Eddy said,

    Backpack for me for proper support (I bike to work).

    Most important feature: ample storage space with lots of pockets.

  • Nick Knight said,

    I don’t travel for work, but my work bag is a cloth brief-case like bag with shoulder strap. For travel, I carry on a backpack.

    I would look for a bag with many compartnents that holds the contents in place and doesn’t allow much shifting.

  • Carol Stem said,

    I travel with a small roller-bag. I would like to find a new option that is more stylish but still rolls and is better at organizing my items.

  • Mark said,

    Organized storage for all that road-necessary stuff

  • Martin Williams said,

    Backpack, so at least one hand is free, and it’s very flexible as to how much I carry in it.

    It has to have room for whatever accessories I will need on any trip.

  • Matthew said,

    I take a backpack. I can fit more in it than a briefcase and all of my various padfolios fit inside.

    The main feature I look for is capacity.

  • BOShappyflyer said,

    I currently carry a large black shoulder bag that is big enough to fit my laptop.

    I look for professional looking but a lighter to carry work bag for traveling between work locations.

  • Nicholas said,

    Bag depends on the trip; either a beat up Domke shoulder bag, or a big hardside briefcase, if I need to carry big binders.

    Love pockets and a nondescript exterior.

  • Kim Z said,

    Backpack or roller.
    Good quality with several compartments.

  • Joe D said,

    Backpack.
    Something comfortable to carry.

  • Edith said,

    I travel with a backpack because it’s easier than other types of bags to pass through a crowd of people. I look for the ability to hold my iPad and/or laptop…

  • Abraham said,

    A briefcase because it reflects who I am. I look for a bag that looks ‘professional’ and NOT casual.

  • Sophia said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase, because it’s better for my back. I look for an ergonomic design when I buy business bags.

  • Austin said,

    I go with briefcases because it’s easy to access documents. I look for a lightweight bag.

  • Samuel said,

    Backpack: It’s easy to carry. I look for User-friendly design in a business bag.

  • Mick said,

    I use a small, soft, leather briefcase – it neatly fits a slim laptop, ipad and other essentials. I look for any bag with a variety of pockets or internal sections.

  • Colleen said,

    A messenger bag with plenty of pockets.

  • TerryH said,

    Backpack. Lots of compartments are good.

  • JeffreyP said,

    Messenger bag. I value flexibility for multi-functions.

  • Nick Knight said,

    I travel with a backpack as a carry on. It works, but I have “find a better bag” on my to-do list. The backpack pictured might do the trick. I need a bag with better compartments so that all of my “stuff” doesn’t just settle to the bottom.

  • Carol Stem said,

    I don’t travel for business, but my carry on is a small roller bag. It works for the smaller overheads, but I’d like a larger bag to use when I know I’m traveling only on larger planes. I’d like something that rolls, organizes my items well, and that looks good.

  • Mark said,

    Love the classy look

  • Bruce InCharlotte said,

    I have been a consultant for about 7 years, traveling about 60% of the time usually by air.

    My work bag is a backpack (by Targus). When I was looking to replace it, the main feature I was looking for was simple – not too many pockets to lose things in, not too much shiny trim to add weight and always light weight.

  • Matt said,

    Leather Messenger Bag, I mainly look for pockets to keep things organized and something that looks good when visiting customers.

  • Raymond G. said,

    I travel with a wheeling briefcase for ease of use and speedy traveling in the airport.

    The feature I most look for in a business bag is durability!

  • Cate said,

    Vertical style bag – hangs better. Need for work, need for play – can’t get by without electronics anymore. I look a little for durability, but mostly for style & functionality combined.

  • joanna said,

    briefcase as it is easy to carry.
    Space.

  • ben said,

    Wheeling briefcase as it allows me to move a heavy bag easily.
    Number of compartments.

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  • Ed said,

    I carry a briefcase. Features I like are padded computer section and enough pockets for separate storage of items.

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    I prefer a wheeled briefcase. Wheels are great when I’m pooped and have a long airport to cross. I LOVE leather because it not only looks polished and professional, but it also wears so well. I like organizational sections. I haven’t ever had a warranty that I’m aware of–that sounds awesome.

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