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On a recent trip I was able to test out Twelve South’s BookBook CaddySack, a sleek cable organizer designed make traveling with tech less stressful.
I was able to fit six cables up to six feet long and a multi-port charging hub inside without any problems, and none of them got dislodged.
Although its $40 price tag is a little steep, the CaddySack is extremely well-designed, and made it a lot easier to keep my charging accessories organized.
I’ve flown between the United States and Europe over 20 times, and I’ve learned that the most important parts of traveling smoothly are preparation and organization.
Because of my job, I’m always traveling with a ton of gadgets, and keeping my charging cables neat and consolidated has always been an issue. But on my last trip, I flew with Twelve South’s Book Book CaddySack, a cable and charger organizer I was sent to test. After one trip it’s become one of my must-have travel accessories.
The CaddySack has a simple but elegant design. It’s compact, with a soft-but-rugged outer layer that looks like a well-worn book when it’s zipped up. But, as always, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The inside of the CaddySack is split into two sides: On the left, there are three smaller straps and a mesh pouch designed to hold charging cables, and on the right there are two larger adjustable straps that can hold a laptop charger a and thicker charging cable. There’s also an additional cable strap in the middle, or “spine” of the CaddySack.
On this past trip I traveled with an iPhone XS Max, third-generation iPad Pro, Nintendo Switch, Kindle, Nimble Battery Pack, Apple Watch, and a pair of Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones. The CaddySack held everything I needed to charge most of those devices at the same time.
The left straps were big enough to accommodate six-foot Lightning, Micro-USB, and …read more
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