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WaterField Mini Indy Leather Satchel

I am becoming a bit of a bag fiend.  I have quite a few bags now, and Hubs just shakes his head when I get a new one.  Shakes his head and walks away.  LOL.

Speaking of new bags… my newest one is the Mini Indy Leather Satchel from WaterField Designs.  It is designed to fit an iPad mini (or Nexus 7), a wallet, keys, and phone.  It is 10″ x 8.25″ x 1″, which is a bit smaller than the Indy, which is 10.3″ x 12″ x 1″ (which fits an iPad or Nexus 10).  The Indy and Mini Indy are made of butter-soft, distressed leather that looks well-worn.  It has a zippered pocket to keep your wallet and an ultra-suede lined pocket to fit your smart phone.  The almost invisible zipper at the top keeps preschool fingers out.  It has two pockets in the inside compartment, one to fit your smaller tablet and one for other stuff.  It comes in black or brown with a hint of color on the outer pocket trim.  Choose from matte black or shiny nickel hardware.

I chose the butter-soft brown leather with a pearl trim on the pocket.  I don’t own an iPad mini, but I do own a Kindle Fire, which is approximately the same size.  It fits easily in this bag.  And when I am not carrying my Kindle Fire, this bag is perfect for a day out.  Waterfield Mini Indy

Waterfield iPad Mini Case

I can’t stand it when bag straps dig into my shoulder, so I love the sturdy strap with shoulder pad on this bag. It is an attractive bag, and big enough to carry a few light essentials.  If it holds up like my other WaterField bags (check out my VertiGo bag review and my Kindle Fire Travel Express Bag review) it has a long life ahead of it.  I used my VertiGo bag as a carryon, a day bag, and for a period of time as a diaper bag.  LURVE it.

I love that WaterField bags are American made.  Quality products like these are key to our economy.  Learn more by checking out  WaterField Designs on Facebook or following  WaterField Designs on Twitter.

***Media sample received to facilitate review.  All opinions are my own.***

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.