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Aerocoast Pro EFB & Insulated Cooler Bag

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Part# 13-12893


Two bags in-one! Includes an easy to access, detachable, laptop bag that is TSA compliant along with an insulated cooler bag to carry enough food and drinks on your trip. Easy to connect to most standard wheeled bags. With this laptop / cooler bag you no longer have to remove your notebook out of its protective sleeve when you transit through TSA checkpoints. Just undo the two top clips and flip the laptop compartment flat on the X-Ray belt. You'll save time and protect your laptop from physical damage. The interior aluminum liner for the main compartment is leak resistant. Ergonomically designed snap handle for quick, easy, and comfortable use. Four additional pockets for easy storage of accessories. Rigid case construction for added durability. Laptop compartment makes for a great way to carry and protect your EFB, iPad, etc. with additional room to bring books and manuals. FFDO Pilots, DONíT look conspicuous with the newly Govt. issued FFDO bag.
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  • New quick access top pocket for sunglass.
  • Shoulder strap connectiion points on both modular sections
  • Modular design lets the EFB & Cooler portion to be used independently or used in unison.
  • Easy X-ray screening at TSA checkpoints so you will never take out your laptop again.
  • You will save time and you will protect your laptop, iPad or EFB from physical damage
  • Two separate insulated compartments to keep your food warm or cold
  • Ergonomically designed snap handle for quick, easy, and comfortable use
  • Four additional pockets for easy storage of accessories
  • Rigid case construction for added durability
  • Leak resistant main compartment design
  • Fits under aircraft seats for easy stowage on travel
  • Outside dimensions: 15 x 11 x 10 inches
  • Laptop compartment dimensions 15 x 11 x 3 inches


As an airline pilot, I have used flight bags made by luggage works, and contrail. This is by far the cheapest construction of the three. Not bad, but the nylon is not as tough, and the zippers are not nearly as beefy. I needed something to carry both food and flight gear, and this seemed to be a good fit. I do not expect it to hold up like the other two flight bags, however. Also, with food/cold pack in the cooler section, the weight is significantly off-balance when trying to attach the entire set up to my rolling bag J hook. So it works best to detach the iPad section and slide it over the rolling bag handle, and hang the cooler section on the j-hook. Could easily be a five star bag and would be worth another $50 if they made a few design changes. One man’s humble opinion.

October 12, 2018


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Q: Is the cooler portion of this bag is divided into two sections? If so, is the divider moveable or removable to make room for larger food items (wide Tupperware, etc)?

There is no divider inside the main portion of the cooler itself. The only part inside the cooler that is separated is the top zippered part of the cooler, which has its own separated insulated portion than the rest of the cooler.