MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Mobile Office Setup From WaterField Designs
For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with WaterField Designs to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a mobile office setup that includes an Outback Duo bag and tons of accessories to go with it like Leather Cord Clips, a Padded Gear Pouch, a Keyboard Case, a wallet and more.
WaterField Designs makes all kinds of bags, sleeves, and accessories for Apple devices and other tech devices, along with wallets, gear bags, and gaming cases. This week's giveaway focuses on everything you might need to take your gear on the go.
Priced starting at $229, the Outback Duo Laptop Brief can fit a MacBook Pro that's up to 16 inches in size. There's a full size version for those with larger MacBooks, and a compact size for those with smaller 13-inch machines or iPad Pro models.
The Outback Duo is available in black ballistic nylon with black or chocolate leather accents, or an attractive waxed canvas material with chocolate leather accents. The interior is made from a gold-colored water-resistant neoprene and it offers shock resistance to keep your devices safe, while a full-grain dual-layer leather flap keeps the bag closed.
As the name suggests, the Outback Duo is able to accommodate two laptops or a laptop and a tablet along with accessories despite its slim size. There are two padded, plush-lined laptop compartments, complete with cutouts for in-case laptop charging when needed. There's a pleated front pocket for holding accessories without adding bulk, and it can be carried with leather-lined handles or a removable shoulder strap.
Along with the Outback Duo, WaterField Designs is providing several useful accessories and add-ons for today's giveaway. The $29 Magic Keyboard Slip Case provides protection for Apple's standard Magic Keyboard for Macs, while the $15 Leather Cord Clips keep loose cables organized in your bag.
A $29 portable Leather Mouse Pad tucks into the Outback Duo to go anywhere, and it is smooth and comfortable to use thanks to the full-grain leather that it's made from.
The $27 Leather Key Clip is designed to hold and organize several keys, while the $79 Stratto Bifold Wallet, also made from leather, organizes cash and cards and even offers optional RFID blocking.
For all of your other loose accessories, WaterField Designs has the $69 Padded Gear Pouch with a padded pocket that can hold phones, tablets, a kindle, or a Nintendo Switch, along with pockets for organizing cables, cords, adapters, and more.
We have one mobile office set to give away to a MacRumors reader. The prize includes the Outback Duo Laptop Brief, a Magic Keyboard Slip Case, four Leather Cord Clips, a Padded Gear Pouch, a Stratto Billfold Wallet, a Leather Mouse Pad, and a Leather Key Clip.
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