This innovative bag with its patented design wraps around the airplane seat in front of you so you have quick access to all your flight needs. Recharge your smartphone directly from the pack by integrating the Portable Mobile Charger. Designated compartments for your iPad, magazines, headphones & more. Ask a question on this product.
• Innovative patented design wraps around airplane tray
• Integrate the GP Charger to recharge smartphone directly from bag
• Fleece padded tablet compartment
• Designated pockets for Passport, Headphones, Pens & more
• Rear compartment fits up to 6 magazines
• Audio port to feed headphones to device inside bag
• Top grab handle
• Includes removable padded shoulder strap
• Sleek water resistant denier fabric
• Rear trolley slit to attach on top of carry on
• 12" x 2" x 11" in., 0.9 lbs ITEM # 102
And now I’m ordering one for myself. Good quality, roomy enough for a book, tablet, and snacks.
My flight bag shall have to wait until I head to Dublin in January. However, the second one I ordered has become a welcomed early Christmas gift - and there is now a new fan of Genius Pack! My compliments - great job in creating these products. I can now forego the cost of checked luggage because everything DOES FIT in the carry on suitcase - and by making your products so affordable you make life easier for every traveler who has any of your products.
I loved mine so much it is my go to gift for all of my traveling friends:dancer::skin-tone-2:
This is the second piece I bought for my son and he loves the product
TL;DR: This bag is excellent for convenience sake. The pocket labels are kind of ******. I purchased this bag specifically for my Thanksgiving holiday trip, during which I would take four flights, each at least 4 hours long. This was perfect! I enjoyed a little extra leg room by putting my carry-on backback in the overhead bin on some flights, while the GeniusPack High Altitude Flight Bag was attached to the tray. On other flights, I was able to fit both my backpack and the GP HAFB under the seat in front of me when it was required that I do so (during landing). It was convenient having the things I needed quickly right on-hand (like retrieving my boarding pass for the gate agent), and it was awesome to have the things I wanted to use during my flight (e.g. phone, ear buds, and books) right in front of me. I didn't have to bother the people next to me or inconvenience myself by shuffling around our feet and rummaging through my backback. I do find the labels printed along the pockets to be displeasing asthetically. I wasn't sure about them from the pictures online, but I was sure I didn't like them when I saw the bag in person. It makes the bag feel lesser in value– a little cheap, even, and as though it's meant for people who can't figure out where to place things on their own. Ultimately, the bag is efficient enough on its own; the labels did nothing to increase the efficiency of the bag, so they're practically useless. I wish I cared enough to figure out how to remove them effectively without damaging the material. *Note to fliers: Of the four flights I took, only one flight attendent said something about my bag being attached to the tray. This was during landing. (Nothing was said about it being attached during takeoff– I suppose it went unnoticed.)
Awesome and very easy to use.