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First of all, exterior. I think this is actually the most solid part of this bag. Doesn't feel/look cheap at all, has multiple zippers, reasonably done handles, a place for a label with your name and wheels which rotate freely and silently, not creating any issues with movement. The long handle feels premium, extends to a very decent length, but hides into a very weird compartment with nothing else than this handle, which is quite difficult to close. The placement is weird. Why not just have the handle outside?
Now, regarding interior, this is where things get a bit complicated and... cheap. There's an extremely thin layer of material separating both main compartments. While the thickness of separators and cushions from the outside to the inside is reasonable, I can almost see my fingertips shining through the one between compartments. I've only used it a couple of times so far with nothing sharp and it's already ripped cleanly in one spot, I can insert my finger into the hole.
What's also weird is that both main compartments are separated by this thin material only partially - the bottom of the two is simply connected which means any smaller item you throw into either compartment might end up in the other after a while.
The cheapness here is multiplied by the fact that these are held in place by Velcro - and some of these Velcros weren't properly installed in place when it arrived and needed some adjustments.
There are also no extra separators or pen/card/etc holders in the main ones. Just two big empty compartments, one however with a nicely cushioned slot for a laptop.
The smallest compartment with multiple separators for pens etc. feels too small. You'd be able to put some papers there, a couple of pens, mouse headphones, but you'd basically be throwing many of these into the compartment, not into separators themselves.
Overall, it's hard for me to recommend this even for this price. It really depends on what you need and how much you're willing to spend. If a cheap, well-built on the outside but poorly-built-on-the-inside rolling bag that you can take on a plane is what you need, absolutely go for it. But if you're willing to spend a bit more, there will definitely be better alternatives that will better protect your things that you toss inside.