LA Police Gear Jumbo Bail Out Bag -Diaper Bag, Bug Out, Briefcase
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- Made from 600D Polyester with PVC Coating
- 12 exterior pockets
- 7 interior pockets
- Wide & comfortable removable shoulder strap
- Fits laptops up to 15"
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We are proud to introduce to you the LA Police Gear Jumbo Bail Out Bag! Coming in approx 30% bigger than the extremely popular original Bail Out Bag, we think this size will better meet the needs of some customers who have loved the original but complained that their laptop and posse box would not fit inside it. We now have solved those issues with this larger version. The LA Police Gear Jumbo Bail Out Bag features numerous pockets on all sides, two large hidden pockets with hook and loop attachment points, and a very large inner compartment with additional pockets and a removable center divider. Other companies sell similar bags for $100 to $200 Dollars. Those types of prices are not going to fly these days. We went factory direct and water boarded the factory owners until they gave us the price we wanted. Once again LAPG gives you more for your money! Outside: 20" x 11" x 15" Main Compartment: 16" x 5.5" x 13"
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I bought this as a laptop/equipment bag for when I visit customer sites. As such, it had to fill two separate needs:
A carry-on bag for when I fly, and a briefcase-like bag. Aside from a laptop and its power brick, I usually carry a tablet, PPE (gloves/glasses/high-viz vest, etc.), pads, pencils, a small point-n-shoot camera, some protein bars, a small first aid kit for cuts and scrapes, miscellaneous documents, and a 32 oz. Nalgene bottle.
My first foray into getting organized was a Sechunk Vintage Canvas Military Messenger bag. It's fairly durable, has lots of room and looks good, but it just doesn't have enough pockets or internal organization for what I need. It works better as a dump bag for a day trip. After screwing around trying to add accessory pouches to the shoulder strap, I finally admitted defeat and started looking around for something that would actually work without being a kludgy mess.
After looking at about a zillion MOLLE shoulder bags, briefcases, and messenger bags, I saw the LA Police Gear bailout bag. I then saw that they had a jumbo version that would hold a 15" laptop. I'm a bit of a gear-monger, and I have a handful of different sling bags, pouches, messenger bags, etc., so I had a pretty good idea of what would work for me and what wouldn't. After hemming and hawing for a while, I bit the bullet.
Long story short-- everything fits with room to spare. I added a Hazard 4 shoulder strap pad that I had previously bought, because I wanted some extra padding to offset the weight I throw into this thing. A 32 oz. Nalgene bottle will not fit into the bottle holders on the ends of the bag, but it WILL fit into one of the large side pouches if you leave the top sticking up out of the zippers. It works fine and the pouch holds even a full bottle without the zippers creeping open. There's room to keep my travel receipts organized, and the whole thing will (barely) slide under an airplane seat. The size is perfect for carry-on. It doesn't look too "tactical," either-- more like a briefcase that should maybe have a Carhartt label on it. I'm ambivalent about the coyote tan color, but I wanted something lighter than black so I could tell what's in the internal pockets in dim light.
Someone else complained that the plastic swivels on the shoulder strap squeak. They do, and it's annoying, but it's not a deal breaker (for me). Maybe I'll slather a little dry lube in there and see what happens. More likely, I'll live with an occasional squeak. I also have my reservations about supporting the entire weight of the bag on those tiny swivels, but so far they're working fine. I have a pair of carabiners clipped to the bag that I can use to replace the swivels if they break in the field. The velcro on the outside pockets grabs on TIGHT. Opening a pocket sounds like you're tearing a bedsheet in half. The TSA agent that had to look in one of the pockets had to try three times to open the flap. Fine by me-- I don't want a pocket accidentally opening when I slide this thing under a plane seat.
All in all, I think I've gotten an excellent bag, especially considering the price. I've only taken a single trip with it, but so far it looks like it will do exactly what I need.
I use this as my gym bag, and store my duty belt inside while I'm working out (I'm not paying to replace my city equipment when a burglar breaks into my car while I'm building my muscles)
I use a large duty bag that holds all of my paperwork, clipboards, citation book, first aid, gloves, property bags, and a separate bag just for my luxury items.
If your the guy who can go anywhere with just the basics, then this bag might be for you.
Quality: over all, it's made of a tough material, and can carry a heavy load.
The zippers feel weak, almost like I'm going to break them because they don't move freely; this might get better by breaking them in.
The Velcro is tough, and the the option to put morale patches on is a plus.
It has Velcro on many places on the inside of the bag as well.
If you overstuff it, it will lose balance, and fall over, doesn't work too well set in your passenger's seat.
I can carry my 13.5" laptop, plus oversized 16" clipboard, note pads, cables, first aid kit, masks, flashlights, gloves, pens, mouse, tape measures, laser, and a few other things. The pockets are everywhere!
I read lots of comments about how this was almost too large, and was a little worried it might be more of a duffle bag than I needed, but figured I'd risk it. I am pleasantly surprised! Yes, it is larger than the other BOB, but not overwhelmingly so. It's definitely NOT "duffle-ish". Much more of a heavy duty messenger bag. The internal divider is stiff, and stays put once I set it in place and protects my laptop perfectly. The straps are solid, nice padding on the shoulder strap, and plenty long enough for cross body wear (and I'm a big dude). The end pockets are nice for a 16oz water bottle, but won't fit a nalgene if you have the interior full.
As far as aesthetics, it's BA in my opinion! It's definitely tactical (duh), but not so much that it will stand out when I make the trip into the office.
This will pull great double duty as my work bag and "get home bag". Worth every penny!
Bottom of the bag is wearing fine. I've set it down and tossed it down quite a bit. Still looks brand new. Color is right on as well.
Edit: I've really kind of abused this thing and it still looks brand new.
- I'm happily "knocked out" by the quality, prompt delivery, and the value for money'
When I first began using it I didn't like that the pad on the shoulder strap slid easily off my shoulder, especially when wearing a jacket. However, I realized the pad is reversible and the other side is a rubbery material which makes it stay securely on my shoulder.
But, I feel deceived with the dimensions. The length and height are fine but the depth is about enough for a lap top computer and that’s it. No way it’s a range bag or diaper bag as described. Such a shame. I am so disappointed.
And this is the JUMBO bag.
Beware of the dimensions listed. I totally misunderstood them. That’s on me. Again, it’s a very nice bag but is small.
The velcro is very tough, one minor issue is that the rough side of the velcro is on the bag. If you use it as a diaper bag with bottles as shown in the pictures there will be some very scratchy velcro sticking out. Not a problem if it is a bugout bag. Also my wife said you cant open it with one hand while carrying a baby. Challenge accepted!