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February 23rd, 2017

How to Buy the Best Laptop Bag for Professionals

Recently I started using a professional laptop backpack for work and as a result, commuting isn’t so terrible anymore. Let me give you some background, may messenger bag had been slowly falling apart for months.  But I was afraid of losing what I was carrying inside and I didn’t want to risk it so I looked where to buy a professional backpack and began researching online.

Thing is, there are tons of brands out there with different price ranges, I wasn’t sure how to choose the right one. But I eventually found a great bag for a fair price, and after using it for 2 weeks now, I can say it was a great purchase.

However, in the process of my research and also my previous experience, there are a couple of things that I was really looking for in the bag. For example, I had been robbed once,  and I wanted to make sure that I can have a security stash for my money.  To any type of weather. I do a lot of commuting and I wanted to make sure that I can handle whatever

December 1st, 2016

Seatylock-Kickstarter

The Seatylock is on the Commuter’s Want List

It’s holiday time again.  Are you panicked yet?  The age old question of “what should I buy him/her?” is ready to roll over you like a boulder of snow.

Well, do you know someone who bikes to school, work or just around town?

Do you want to give them a thoughtful present that keeps their bike from being stolen? If so, you can’t go wrong with the Seatylock.

Hey Will, What is a Seatylock?

Okay, whether your a casual rider or a bike riding  urban professional that brings a laptop to work the Seatylock is a bicycle seat that speedily morphs into a single meter solid lock that biker riders can use to lock their bike to any fixed object.  Think of it as the transformer of bike locks.

How is that better than any other lock?

Well, not only does the Seatylock function as a lock AND a seat, but it also cuts out the hassle of having to carry your seat with you everywhere you go. Let me explain.  Most bike commuters park their bike and quickly remove their seat so that it won’t be stolen.  The seat transforms into a lock.

And to top it all