As a minimalist full-time traveler who travels carry-on only, I believe in traveling light, and I keep everything I own in one bag. So, the bag I choose to store all my worldly possessions is pretty important.
It has to be functional. It has to be well designed. It has to be lightweight. It has to be easy to use and carry to make traveling easier. It has to be stylish enough to allow me to blend with the locals anywhere I go in the world instead of looking like a tourist. And guess what, I recently got a Cabin Zero Bag that is all of those things.
Ticking all the boxes, the Cabin Bag Mini is clean, modern, stylish, and safe. There are only 2 external zippers and they're both hidden by fabric so there's less opportunity for pocket pickers to get into your stuff. Plus the YKK zipper to the main compartment is easily lockable.
The bag comes with a massive 10 year warranty that you can even extend to a whopping 25 years just by liking them on Facebook.
And, it also has a built in global tracker tag so you get lifetime tracking of your bag if it's stolen or lost, even in airline cargo since the system works with the airlines', too.
It's airline approved for cabin travel. Weighing in at only 600 grams, this bag is amazingly lightweight, which makes it easy to carry and even easier to weigh in under most airline's carry-on weight limits. Traveling with this bag is a breeze.
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It's designed well with high quality fabric that's fade and light resistant and waterproof. The main compartment opens up flat for easy access to everything. Way easier than stuffing things in and out of a traditional backpack where you can never quite reach the bottom.
Stay organized with a laptop compartment, 2 internal zippered compartments and one external compartment that are all super spacious. In the above photo, there's an iPad mini and a paperback book in the bottom pocket and it could still easily hold more.
Four side compression straps cinch down any bulk into a nice tidy rectangle. Comfy mesh padded shoulder straps easily support the bag on your back or use it to grab and go by the sturdy top or side handles.