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post #1726 of 1937

Link is busted I think. 

post #1727 of 1937

Yes it is: this is a working link: $1,000 Linjer gift card.


Edited by Bruges - 5/25/16 at 9:00am
post #1728 of 1937
Your link just takes you back to the first post in this thread.
post #1729 of 1937
Thread Starter 

FIXED!

 

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Originally Posted by Linjer View Post
 

ANNOUNCEMENT:

 

As many of you know, we're running a giveaway for a $1,000 Linjer gift card.

We've decided to extend the competition to the 12th of June.

 

Most importantly, we've decided to bump the number of winners from 1 to 5!

 

CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE

 

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post #1730 of 1937
Anyone who's owned the weekender for a while, how do you like it? How has it held up? And is the size pretty good as a carry-on (particularly US domestic flights)?
post #1731 of 1937
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Anyone who's owned the weekender for a while, how do you like it? How has it held up? And is the size pretty good as a carry-on (particularly US domestic flights)?
FWIW, I picked up the black sample from Roman--it's a great carry-on domestically for the short haul flights. Only drawback is that when using the shoulder strap, it tends to not stay upright...goes inverted. They may well have fixed the strap rigging in the production model. If I had paid full price, I'd be picky about that, but as-is got a screaming deal.
post #1732 of 1937
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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post

FWIW, I picked up the black sample from Roman--it's a great carry-on domestically for the short haul flights. Only drawback is that when using the shoulder strap, it tends to not stay upright...goes inverted. They may well have fixed the strap rigging in the production model. If I had paid full price, I'd be picky about that, but as-is got a screaming deal.

Yeah, this happens to me and it is a bit annoying. Anyone have an idea for a fix?
post #1733 of 1937

Linjer could you provide interiour pictures of the Soft Briefcase and Weekenders? I don't see any on the website

post #1734 of 1937
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Anyone who's owned the weekender for a while, how do you like it? How has it held up? And is the size pretty good as a carry-on (particularly US domestic flights)?

I have had mine for 2 weeks now (got it second hand on Styleforum).

I had been eyeing the Mulberry holdall for two years now. I could never afford it so decided to pull the trigger on a Linjer weekender. 

I love it. It's the perfect size for a weekend trip. 

 

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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post


FWIW, I picked up the black sample from Roman--it's a great carry-on domestically for the short haul flights. Only drawback is that when using the shoulder strap, it tends to not stay upright...goes inverted. They may well have fixed the strap rigging in the production model. If I had paid full price, I'd be picky about that, but as-is got a screaming deal.

 

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Originally Posted by 1up View Post


Yeah, this happens to me and it is a bit annoying. Anyone have an idea for a fix?

 

Ehhhh... How do you guys attach the strap? When I use the shoulder straps I take off the ends, like shown in the Mulberry page

post #1735 of 1937
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Bruges View Post
 

Linjer could you provide interiour pictures of the Soft Briefcase and Weekenders? I don't see any on the website

Hi there,

 

For the weekender, an interior shot can be found here:

https://www.linjer.co/products/mens-weekender-chestnut (scroll down towards the bottom of the page) - you'll see the lining and the internal pocket the comes with the bag.

 

For the soft briefcase: 

I have some images that I can send you via email, just drop me a line at roman@linjer.co - they're not very flattering as they're taken by me - so rather keep them non public for now until we get professional shots taken. 

 

The cognac has a navy coloured interior and the black, mocha and navy briefcase has a dark grey interior.

 

Cheers,

 

Roman

 

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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

Anyone who's owned the weekender for a while, how do you like it? How has it held up? And is the size pretty good as a carry-on (particularly US domestic flights)?

Awesome that you're considering getting one. We'll have a re-stock of the chestnut and black soon. We have some stock left for the tan weekender.

Here is a review of the weekender in case you're curious.

 

The tan weekender:

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by PartagasIV View Post


FWIW, I picked up the black sample from Roman--it's a great carry-on domestically for the short haul flights. Only drawback is that when using the shoulder strap, it tends to not stay upright...goes inverted. They may well have fixed the strap rigging in the production model. If I had paid full price, I'd be picky about that, but as-is got a screaming deal.

 

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Originally Posted by 1up View Post


Yeah, this happens to me and it is a bit annoying. Anyone have an idea for a fix?

The weekender is meant to be carried the way @dantheman83 illustrated. Let me know if anything is unclear. I use my weekender for travel without the issues you're describing - as always, drop me a line at roman@linjer.co if you have any questions!

 

Cheers,

 

Roman

post #1736 of 1937

FWIW I have seen worse stitching and edging on bags on display in LV and Gucci stores. Not sure what the comparison for women's bags is but I'm sure the exact same bag by these brands would cost at least 3 times what Linjer sells for

post #1737 of 1937
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Originally Posted by PradoBB View Post


I don't mind paying 3 times the price to get a product proper stitched, look at this photos, completely unacceptable.

So what the fuck are you doing here?
post #1738 of 1937
Please don't feed the trolls, guys. This guy has also been going into other threads purely to trash an entire look, so, take that fwiw....
post #1739 of 1937
Quote:
The weekender is meant to be carried the way@dantheman83 illustrated. Let me know if anything is unclear. I use my weekender for travel without the issues you're describing - as always, drop me a line at roman@linjer.co if you have any questions!

Cheers,

Roman

Well that's embarrassing! Much better now!! Thanks Roman biggrin.gif
post #1740 of 1937
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

Well that's embarrassing! Much better now!! Thanks Roman biggrin.gif

I haven't actually used mine yet, but I was going to use it with the straps cinched down too. Glad someone posted the proper way to use it.
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