Review of Secura Messenger by Lewis N. Clark

Review: Secura (TM) RFID-Blocking Anti-Theft Messenger by Lewis N. Clark (R)

Yes, the RFID-blocking is nice, and who wouldn't want an anti-theft bag, but the real reason I love my Secura Messenger bag is that is it supremely practical for travel.

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It's lightweight with a comfortable shoulder strap that doesn't go flopping off. The inside is quite roomy (and therefore great for the stuff we find we absolutely must carry). In my case it's almost everything a traveler will need on the road from snacks to chargers. Plus wallet, cellphone, and a smaller pack with over-the-counter meds, ear phones, ear plugs, tea bags etc. Then, there's the other stuff I seem to pick up as I go.

There's plenty of interior compartments that helps organize possessions. Much appreciate when I need to find any one particular item without unpacking everything.

The fabric is lightweight and sturdy and you can lock every zipper to make it almost impregnable for pick-pockets. A cable runs through the should strap stopping thieves from slicing the bag from your shoulder. And there's enough room to wear it across your chest if you prefer.

If the Messenger bag isn't quite what you need, Lewis N. Clark has developed a complete line of anti-theft Secura products.

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May 29, 2017

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