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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:10 pm 
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Looking at getting a backup to hold my A200 and a few bits, plus my MacBook Pro. Really like the look for the Crumpler Muffin Top Half but has anyone got one and can confirm they fit the MacBook Pro OK?

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I was looking at the muffin top the other day, quite fancy the big one (75500?) but form what I understood they wernt big enough for notebooks as well as camera's.

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tobywuk wrote:
I was looking at the muffin top the other day, quite fancy the big one (75500?) but form what I understood they wernt big enough for notebooks as well as camera's.


I'd be surprised as it has a seperate laptop compartment at the back.

Is it this one? - http://crumpler.co.uk/?product=Muffin_Top_Half_Photo_Backpack&page=details&product_line=924

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ohh that back pack, I was on about the messenger style bag. See here

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tobywuk wrote:
ohh that back pack, I was on about the messenger style bag. See here


Oops I get ya know. Crumpler does get confusing sometimes with names actually doesn't it. Similar names/different styles.

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AndyR wrote:
tobywuk wrote:
I was looking at the muffin top the other day, quite fancy the big one (75500?) but form what I understood they wernt big enough for notebooks as well as camera's.


I'd be surprised as it has a seperate laptop compartment at the back.

Is it this one? - http://crumpler.co.uk/?product=Muffin_Top_Half_Photo_Backpack&page=details&product_line=924


i wouldnt touch any bag that requires me to remove the lens to store it...

imagine if storing because of an emergency??

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palakaboy wrote:
AndyR wrote:
tobywuk wrote:
I was looking at the muffin top the other day, quite fancy the big one (75500?) but form what I understood they wernt big enough for notebooks as well as camera's.


I'd be surprised as it has a seperate laptop compartment at the back.

Is it this one? - http://crumpler.co.uk/?product=Muffin_Top_Half_Photo_Backpack&page=details&product_line=924


i wouldnt touch any bag that requires me to remove the lens to store it...

imagine if storing because of an emergency??


Niether would I but the pockets in the bottom for the camera are removable as they velcro so I would adust them to take the camera with lens on.

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