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Work has changed, shouldn't our tools?
A freestanding Pack is the entry point for modern work. Engineered for leaders, the all-new Pack 3.0 kicks off your productive day with the touch of a button.
"Frequent business travellers have a dilemma: carry a briefcase or carry a backpack and look like they’re a suit-wearing summer camper. The Watson is a stylish, high quality compromise."
"The Watson Pack promises to bring the comfort of a backpack with the professionalism and style of a briefcase."
"One of our top 5 picks of cool and helpful gadgets, this hardshell backpack will elevate your experience and your look."
"Watson’s minimalistic design will turn heads whether you’re at the office or on the train."
The Pack 3.0
Go from cafe, to boardroom, to data centre, to gate with ease. Premium leather and a two-factor anti-theft lock complete this executive everyday carrying experience.
Swipe the discreet lock for complete peace of mind to and from your destination.
Engineered to your daily routine, the 19L Pack fits your laptop, headphones, tablet and more.
Flush-set bottle sleeve
There when you need it. Out of sight when you don't. It's the little things.
"A great innovation in backpacks"
The mechanism, ease of access, pocket designs inside and all that are exactly what I was searching for... Also, the ease of getting headphones in and out is cool. As the creator of Dolby Headphone, tuner of Dolby Dimension headphones, and Angel investor in Nura headphones…. Let’s say I have plenty of models to test the backpack with. The opening is a great innovation in backpacks.
Glenn Dickins - technologist, investor, advisor, CTO at Audinate
Of all the investments I’ve made in my career, this backpack consistently brings me the most joy. It starts conversations, relieves back pain, gets me through security quickly, and stands attentively by my side. Even when working from home, it is my mobile office - the hub for everything. It keeps its shape and is always ready, whether empty or full. There is no comparison between this and a “work backpack,” with all the zipping, and the leaning, and the feeling around for your stuff at the bottom. The Pack is well organized, accessible, and it looks great. What more could you ask for??
I've been carrying backpacks for > 15 years. The main reason for me buying the Watson was it's design and the easy access of my laptop and accessories.
Its stylish and I noticed that business-wise it's has a higher status value compared to my "old" backpacks.
Had dozens of packs in my lifetime...the Watson is my all time fav...its like having a portable office on your back! I understand I bought an early version and support the IRL development path they've chosen...But in the meantime, it's an amazing asset, and I'm on the road weekly, often 2 cities a week...(also it doesn't hurt that it gets great comments everywhere!)
Good pack to carry around feel light like the back padding. A lot of cool comments about how nice the bag look and feel
So happy with my Watson Backpack, I use it every day to every occasion, could be happier
I started looking for a new backpack simply because I just wanted one that can stand up on its own and found Watson. I'm so glad I did. They even solved the dangling straps problem, so it just looks clean. In addition, the interior feels very high quality, open/close mechanism is so much fun to use, and it is very sturdy.
Great looker with a rich finish. Lot of curious faces around, particularly when it stands effortlessly and swings down to open up. This one was totally worth the wait. Good decison.
Very early days with the backpack but really pleased. The ability to open and close one handed and for the par to sit up right is really useful. The internal storage pockets are large and accommodate what was in the messenger bag without any problems, but with improved accessibility. Received positive comments from others at work - "It looks from out of Men in Black"
Love this backpack. It's incredibly sleek and functional. Overall really happy with it!!
Coming into a meeting with the Watson Backpack, placing it on the table, pressing the button and watching the door smoothly opens revealing all the necessary items for your journey. Eyes gaze at the clean and smooth lines, wondering how is it possible. Marvel at how easy it is to get everything you need without shifting items. No need to figure out which zipper to open. Just press the button and see all your items neatly organized and easily accessible.
I was one of the early few who got my hands on the Watson, and have been happily using it since. It's functional yet stylish. Water resistant, easy access, stands on it's own, everything is organized inside. It has become a core part of my daily habit and makes my life a bit easier, which in my opinion goes a long way.
It's almost exactly what I imaged. The design is sleek and I get a lot of comments on it.
You wouldn't think a hardshell pack would be that comfy. But this outdoes any backpack I've ever owned by far. The thick memory foam on the back and straps are a delight. All the other features are super cool - but the comfort really stood out.
I had been looking for a new backpack since starting a new job and I liked the sleek design. The guys in my office immediately asked about it - like when you're the first person to get the new iphone. There are some really cool features like the standing and the button and the lock, especially on the subway. Downside is it only comes in black. I would have liked a lighter color like gray for summer.
I was skeptical about this. I didn't love my backpack but it was fine. After testing Watson for a week, I have to say this is a whole different experience. Like they improved things I didn't even think about - like having it stand open on it's own. Now dealing with my old backpack seems tiresome. The only downside is it doesn't expand, but it forced me to carry less stuff which was actually kinda nice.
What do you get when you ask a SUITS stylist and NASCAR engineers to dream up a backpack that stands up to the future of work? Magic.
Integral laptop stand?
Yep, you've got it.