I was curious how the Sugo Pack would actually fit the FT03. The bag lists a range of cases that it fits meaning that it’s going to be loose on some cases and a little tight on others. The FT03 Fortress slipped right in the main compartment like the Sugo Pack was made for it. With our case packed away all I needed to do was pack up our supplies, power cables, network cables, headphones, mouse, and keyboard. Even with everything packed away there was still a little room for smaller items should I need the room. My Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid was so small that when strapped down you could hardly see it, a longer keyboard would stick out.

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With everything other than our monitor packed up our entire rig was ready to go at any moment. I would normally suggest a monitor bag as well like the Thermaltake Battle Bag that we previously took a look at, but frankly the Sugo Pack has enough room for everything other than your monitor itself. You could get away with using this and just carrying your monitor under your arm or using a monitor strap to carry it around. All said and done, I was able to free up my hands and take all of my gear into a LAN all in one trip. This is especially important when you have LAN’s where parking isn’t near the event.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #29443 13 Feb 2013 19:47
Getting close to LAN season, this might be something for some of you to consider
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SpeedBump replied the topic: #30046 21 Mar 2013 01:34
I just won one of these at FITES LAN. I will be using it for all my cables, keyboard, mouse and such. Works great.

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