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Product: Spire Endo Laptop Bag
Date: December 27, 2007
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Ashley Donaldson
Provided By: Spire
Pages: 1 2 3
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Introduction

If you have not heard of Spire they make some great laptop backpacks, bags, and sleeves. Last year we took a look at their Zoom laptop bag and it received a 10 out of 10 score and our Recommended Award. This time they sent us one of their courier bags the Endo, which will fit most laptops up to 15.4-inches. The Endo is one of three of Spire's new courier bags. The other 2 in the series are the Viro, which fits laptops smaller than 15.4-inches and the Mojo, which fits laptops larger than 15.4-inches. All three of these bags are practically the same, just different sizes, so if you don't have a laptop that will fit the Endo it will either fit the Viro or Mojo.

Endo Overview

The Endo bag we received is blue with silver accents on the front, which are actually reflective ovals. The bag comes in 2 other colors, green and black. The Endo is designed like your typical messenger laptop bag. On the front there is quite a large pocket that can hold your cell phone, laptop charger, and even a small book.



Moving around the bag there are 2 smaller pockets on each side. One is a zipper pocket that will hold a cell phone or other small accessories. The zipper pocket has a hole for headphones for your MP3 player or cell phone. The other pocket is made for a water bottle. You don't see many water bottle holders with laptop bags so it is nice to see one on the Endo.


The front part of the bag unclips and opens up. When you first open the bag up you find some accessory pockets that will hold pens, business cards, and other small accessories. Above those pockets is a larger zipper pocket that has 2 smaller pockets inside of it. Already it looks like this bag is going to have a lot of room for all your laptop gear.


The main laptop compartment is held together by a large elastic strip. Opening it up there are 2 padded sections that will protect your laptop very well. At the bottom of the compartment there is a padded strip that can be taken out. Also one of the padded section dividers can be taken out. The inside back of the bag is also very well padded. I'm sure anything you have inside will be safe.


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