|Price incl. VAT||£78.35|
|Price excl. VAT||£65.29|
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You need to have your notebook everywhere you go? Move Bag Samsonite Pro is an excellent means to enable you to carry your laptop without complications.
You need to have your notebook everywhere you go? You do not have to worry about his safety? The solution is very simple. Samsonite laptop bag Move Pro is an excellent means to enable you to carry your laptop without complications. Thanks to the cleverly organized interior, it is possible to properly position also tablet or mobile phone, and you can find here also space for pens or wallet. Given that the bag can really open to broad, we have in addition to all things always perfect approach.
The bag is made ??from high quality nylon and polyurethane, moreover, can be easily attached to the trolley another bag. Also, because it finds its application in everyday work activities during trips abroad. This means that when traveling it certainly can use without having to have a home for such opportunities ready alternatives.
Each laptop bag from this collection its new owner or the owner will surprise not only a range of great practical features, but also its unique design. The original elements might leave no doubt that this is a perfect choice. So if you need new luggage (not only) on your laptop, get a Move Samsonite Pro. Definitely you will not regret it.
Samsonite is the worldwide leader in travel bags, luggage and other accessories. The company was founded in 1910 in the United States by Polish immigrants. Its products combine attractive styling with an emphasis on maximum quality and durability. The range of products is geared both to the needs of ordinary tourists and traveling professionals.
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