Qanba Aegis Travel Backpack - PlayStation 4
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- Fits most full-size arcade joysticks
- Front storage Layer with mesh pockets
- Main storage Layer with reinforced stick guard
- Pocket for water Bottle
- Zippered accessory pocket
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Gaming on the go just got easier thanks to qanba. The aegis travel backpack is an ideal travel solution to take your arcade joystick on the road. Fitting most joysticks, the aegis backpack also features a laptop/tablet compartment to allow you to easily Pack the Essentials into One bag.
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The Aegis was made for the Dragon and is a very well made backpack in general. If you are already forking the money over for a premium fightstick and will be brining it over to a friends house or doing any traveling with it of any kind, then the Aegis is a must buy.
Even if you don't own a Dragon, it can be used to carry other sticks with plenty of room to spare. Tons of storage options with the laptop section and smaller front pocket.
I've owned name brand backpacks that cost more than $100 and were not nearly as well put together as the Aegis and I couldn't recommend it enough.
Build: It's durable polyester with an extra mesh layer around most of the bag. The straps are a nice size, have chest support clips, and unlock from the bottom as well. The overall size isn't too big nor too little. Everything seems designed to be very space efficient. There's also plenty of padding everywhere in general. The zippers are large, durable, and easy to grab. The mesh is thick, stretchy, and high quality.
Utility: There are plenty of compartments and pockets. There's the main stick compartment that also provides padded protection around the joy stick. There's a separate zipper leading to storage which can fit a console and/or laptop. Both would actually fit, but that's when it starts to feel a little tight. There's also the front zipper accessory section with several pockets perfect for cords, capture cards, etc. As a whole, I was able to fit a Qanba Dragon, PS4, laptop, laptop charger, El Gato capture card, power strip, Soundcore bluetooth speaker, Dualshock 4, power bank, external hard drive, a couple games, and around 10 different cords/cables comfortably. I'm also sure you could fit extra loose or soft items like clothes or what not along with the stick in the main storage space. There's 2 more zippered pockets as well as a water bottle mesh pocket on the outside of the bag.
Protection: Everything in this backpack is padded. The space between each compartment, the straps, and outer shell all have padding to separate themselves from what the backpack is making contact with. Everything basically comes in contact with padding before anything else. The only thing you have to worry about is the fact that it stores such fragile items at a heavy load efficiently that there could be big damage done if you drop the backpack. At that point, it's probably all your fault. However, in terms of protection from bumps and nicks, you have nothing to worry about.
Comfort: There's padding everywhere and it feels great. Even where your back meets the backpack. The only time it feels somewhat uncomfortable is when I put a stick, laptop, and console in all at once. Even then, it's not that bad. The chest support takes some load off your shoulders. Considering the items it was designed to store, I would say it's pretty comfortable.
Style: To me, the other popular fightstick backpacks either look like a suitcase on your back, or like you're going to go backpacking through some mountains for a week. For me this seems to fit the mold of a traditional backpack. I'm also a fan of keeping things classic and sleek, which the Aegis comes off as with the black coloring.
Price: It's cheaper as well as more expensive than other fightstick backpacks. The difference is that the Aegis seems to fit as much as other bags but while doing it safely, being more organized, and more efficient. That makes it better than the more expensive products as well as being worth the extra money compared to cheaper backpacks.
Conclusion: If you're going to get a fightstick bag, you can't go wrong with this one. I'd recommend this bag to anyone interested.
Note: Opening like a suitcase is what makes it double as a travel bag when you need it. The Split Frame bag loads from the side and has foam support pad to keep the bag from collapsing, hindering it’s usability for anything more than fightstick storage.
But with this bag, I do not have those issues anymore. I carry my stick to tournaments easily, and it fits my stick, my 15 inch laptop, some clothes, a Nintendo Switch with its dock, and more. It was tight, but possible.
Very happy with this bag. I highly recommend it if you need to travel. However if you only need it for tournaments, maybe the Guardian will be better, but I have not used that one so take this with a grain of salt.