www.dualdiagnosis.co.uk Review:

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Country:, Europe, GB

City: -0.1224 , United Kingdom

  • J. hahn - Annoyingly painful, and not waterproof

    This is my second messenger bag and my first from Timbuk2. My first was a Chrome, which is far superior to this. If you have the money for a Chrome, get it. But I didn't have the money for one, so I got this. If it wasn't drastically on sale, and I didn't have a gift card, I would have been sorely disappointed. First because of the unwieldy quick adjustment buckle. It digs into my ribs constantly -- to the point that I took it off, and reduced the functionality of the bag. But more importantly, this bag does not adequately protect my books and electronics from the rain. I got it just to carry around my laptop and books for school. But the bag's flap does not completely cover the main compartment. As a result, water gets into the bag and my books are wet. I am disappoint.

  • StubbyKayandthe Stubbettes - Glad it's not my nickname

    My wife and I purchased this antenna for her 2012 Equinox. We are kayakers and one of our kayaks is a 14.5 ft. tandem. When it is on the roof rack, it extends over the radio antenna. The original equipment antenna was a bizarre looking - long length, old-fashioned antenna that interferred with the bottom of the kayak. The "Stubby Antenna" solves the problem when using our Thule Roof Top Kayak Carrier. The Stubby also appears to have no negitive affect on the Sirius/XM radio reception. I would recommend this product to others.