So I start my Saturday off again early, my youngest was at twenty after seven and I have to ask why so early on a Saturday?! Something told me I shouldn’t have stayed up late last night. Anyway how about an iPad messenger bag? Yep it’s really just a small laptop or netbook bag. Do we even have netbooks anymore really? Well the bag is from a company called Namba Gear and it’s called the Kucha and I would think it would fit any tablet and not just the iPad, but I’m sure that’s a good selling point for it.

 

Named after the aboriginal word for “kangaroo” the Kucha iPad Messenger Bag may be the most flexible bag on the market for iPad users, and certainly for musicians or djs wanting both protection and security to transport their iPad with confidence.

The Kucha iPad Messenger Bag was specifically tailored to hold an iPad pre-mounted in the Alesis I/O Dock. The bag has a dedicated microphone compartment using Velcro dividers for additional flexibility, with plenty of room for cables and accessories. There is even a pouch that is the perfect size for the Korg Nano keyboard controller.

There is also a protective iPad pouch for transport of an iPad without the AlesisI/O Dock. When used this way there is plenty of room in the compartment to hold an iPad mic stand adapter.. The bag has an extra long strap so that it can be worn across the chest. Of course it also works great for a small 13" laptop and your iPad combo!

The Kucha iPad Messenger has many user friendly details that separates it from other solutions on the market. Lockable zippers for security, large net pocket to hold your cables, pouch pockets for your iPad and micro keyboard, and the flexibility of a Velcro removable microphone compartment. The bags are made of weather-resistant 1680D poly-nylon available in five colors; and your iPad mounted in the Alesis I/O Dock nestles into thick padding that provides just the right amount of pampering for your gear.

Namba Gear products are available via musical instrument & dj retailers, Amazon.com, Best Buy online, as well as through Namba Gear’s online webstore.

http://nambagear.com/

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