Magic Keyboard Travel Express
- Product Info
- What Fits
The Magic Keyboard Travel Express protects your keyboard, power adapter and cord, and the Magic Mouse 2, SuperDrive or Magic TrackPad 2 all in one attractive case. Soft, scratch-free pockets coddle and organize your gear.
All our products are crafted locally in our workshop by the most skilled sewing team in San Francisco.
- Made of sturdy 1050 denier ballistic nylon or waxed canvas
Weight & Dimensions:
- Magic Keyboard size: 13" x 7" x 1"; 6 oz.
- Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad size: 18" x 6" x 1"; 8 oz.
- YKK self-locking zippers
- Plush liner
- Internal pockets for cords and accessories
The Magic Keyboard Travel Express is custom-fit for the Magic Keyboard and the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad.
1. The main compartment fits these keyboards:
- Apple Magic Keyboard (MLA22LL/A)
- Apple Wireless (MC184LL/A)
- Logitech K180 and K811 Keyboards
- Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
2. Three internal pockets wil fit power adapter, cords, Magic Mouse 2, SuperDrive, or Magic TrackPad 2.
"Waterfield’s new Keyboard Travel Express is a great accessory for anyone who uses a keyboard and mouse/trackpad with their MacBook or who opt for the Bluetooth keyboard when writing on their iPad."
"Safely slid into the Slip, your keyboard is kept snug and secure."
"The soft inner lining coddles the keyboard while the slippery ballistic nylon outer slides very easily even into an already full bag and also offers a decent degree of water protection."
I love that the keyboard bag is cushioned on the inside and has a slot for my mouse.
It's nice not to have your Magic Keyboard bouncing around inside your tech sling. This is a great bag with room for the keyboard and a few more accessories.
I bought the Magic Keyboard Travel Express to carry my Magic Keyboard Gen 2, Magic Trackpad 2 and a couple extra accessories. It works almost perfectly for that, except for the fact that the Trackpad does not fit horizontally in either of three internal pockets. I can either put it on the main compartment (where it rubs off with the keyboard) or put it vertically on the center pocket, but it's a tight fit and it forces the zipper up a bit.
Other than that, it's a great product. Build quality is amazing, the waxed canvas looks and feels great, and the main compartment and pockets are well padded.
Does the bag do the job? Yes, but... I generally don't like that line because fault can be found in anything or anyone, but my review here is focused on a piece that still "fits" into the product line... but it's an aging design within the ecosystem I've come to expect from Waterfield Products. I've bought a number of bags, pouches, backpacks and wallets from SF Bags over the years, but this is the first time I truly was left wanting. Let me explain. Most of the Waterfield pouches have a zip on the front with a mesh liner and soft pockets for cables. Missing on this pouch. So it "almost" carries what I intended, but simply requires another bag unless I want those cables in with the keyboard or stuffed into one of the already full wall adapter pockets. I don't like things to get scratched, so I had to get a benroy cable pouch to make up the difference. The second issue I have with this one is the older design of the main compartment zip. This is a prime example of the scenario where the wraparound zip is fully functional. The wrap around zip (particularly with a long item like the keyboard) would making stuffing and emptying the bag much easier. Again, these are features already baked into other Waterfield pouches I already own, but missing in this aging product. I'm grateful it patches my other waxed canvas pouches... because I need to carry both now.
According to your page, there shoud be four pockets in the product. But it has only three pockets. It looks much better brown one than black one I bought. :(
It will be better if I can open more using the zipper like the zipper ends opposite edge of starting point. It is little tight to put my keyboard when other accessaries are in pockets and I worried if my keyboard get hurt.
What is the difference between ballistic nylon and waxed canvas?
Both are extremely durable materials. Ballistic nylon can take a pounding and will look the same years down the line. Waxed canvas takes on character and nicks and scrapes giving it a " been around the world" look.
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