Carryology Slightly Obsessed With Bags And Wallets

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Carryology Slightly Obsessed With Bags And Wallets

Specialised communities are a key part of the attraction of the Internet, and Carryology — a site dedicated to “exploring better ways to carry” — is a pretty good example of how specialised you can get.

We’ve been known to make the odd observation or two about luggage and a comment or two about walletshere at Lifehacker, of course, but Carryology is a good way to dive into the basics of choosing a good laptop bag, for instance.

What sources do you use when choosing new bags or wallets? Share any good finds in the comments.

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Comments

    • Thanks James, we’re trying to keep it pretty world focused, despite most of us being based down in Torquay Victoria.

      If you’re after a great online bag and wallet retailer for Australia, we use Rushfaster.com.au for lots of our purchases. There’s no sponsorship or kick-backs to us, we just find that they have a great range and generally good prices (unless you want an incase bag, and then you’re better going through the Apple store).

      Ando
      Carryologist

      • Woohooo got all excited about Rushfaster and am well-impressed with their range except that I didn’t find the one thing I wanted most… A good tri-fold wallet.. I’m not big on bifold, too big yet a tri-fold fits me perfectly.

        I once found a place that did great Kangaroo skins once at an Ekka Stand but have since lost the reference..

        The search continues…

  • I’ve always got my wallets as presents, but I think I’m getting ready to buy my first one, after my most recent present has come apart at the seams.

    Maybe I can just get a small handbag, and use that as a wallet. Does that work?

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